Convergence: Artificial Intelligence and Quantum Computing (Wiley)
Friday, 13 January 2023

This book subtitled "Social, Economic and Policy Impacts"  is a collection of essays from 20 renowned, international authors working in industry, academia, and government. Editor Greg Viggiano introduces essays that explain the impending convergence of artificial intelligence and quantum computing. A diversity of viewpoints is presented, each offering their view of this coming watershed event.

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The authors argue that we’re on the cusp of seeing the stuff of science fiction become reality, with implications for ripping up the existing social fabric, global economy, and current geopolitical order.

Author: Greg Viggiano
Publisher: Wiley
Date: January 2023
Pages: 320
ISBN: 978-1394174102
Print: 1394174101
Kindle: B0BLJ7WW7Z
Audience: Developers interested in AI and the future of computing
Level: Intermediate
Category: Artificial Intelligence

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