STEPHEN BAKER was BusinessWeek's senior technology writer for a decade, based first in Paris and later New York. He has also written for the Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, and the Wall Street Journal. Roger Lowenstein called his first book, The Numerati, an eye-opening and chilling book. Baker blogs at finaljeopardy.net.
The book is the place to go if you're really interested in this version of the quest for creating Artificial Intelligence (AI) . . . Lively. -Seattle TimesBaker skillfully weaves the two threads of the story together, and the book contains many passages that make the reader not only assess what they think but how they think, and how they have absorbed and stored the knowledge they possess. It's books like this that remind us there is still so much we don't understand about our own brains, and that the journey of discovery has only just begun. -Culture MobBaker's narrative is both charming and terrifying...an entertaining romp through the field of artificial intelligence - and a sobering glimpse of things to come. -STARRED, Publishers Weekly