Re: There are few books on AI

From: Bill Hibbard (
Date: Mon Mar 08 2004 - 02:38:55 MST

I recommend "What is Thought?" by Eric Baum.


On Mon, 8 Mar 2004, Daniel Alexandre wrote:

> I made some seraches on and found very few general books on AI.
> The best I found to have a general view on the subject was "Artificial
> Minds" by Stan Franklin
> Also "The Society of Mind" by Marvin Minsky ,but than again this late one
> seems that hans't lead to anywhere in the last 20 years or so.
> I bought also "Reinforcement Learning, an introduction" by Stton and Barto
> and found it very deep and difficult to undertsand.
> Also, there is Roger Penrose, which doesn't insterest me at all: intelectual
> balooney.
> And the classic "Artificial Intelligence - A Modern Approach" by Stuart J.
> Russell
> In my WISHLIST , I have "Artificial Intelligence: A Guide to Intelligent
> Systems" by Michael Negnevitsky.
> Anyway, we can always search for specific themes like: agents, neural
> networks and so on but the reality is that there are very few books on AI.
> What are your hints and comments?
> -Daniel Alexandre (Portugal)

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