Our friend Janelle Shane is an accomplished player of the Irish flute, and a regular at the Boulder Irish Session. She is also a scientist and engineer, and the go-to contributor about computer science for the New York Times, Slate, and the New Yorker. Janelle’s just-published acclaimed book, is an accessible, droll exploration of the future of technology and society. Through her hilarious experiments, real-world examples, and illuminating cartoons, she explains how AI (Artificial Intelligence) understands our world, and what it gets wrong. More than just a working knowledge of AI, she hands readers the tools to be skeptical about claims of a smarter future. All this, presented with clarity, levity, and brevity by an expert in the field with a powerful and growing platform.
YOU LOOK LIKE A THING AND I LOVE YOU will make a great gift for anyone with an interest in science, technology, and the way things work!