How The Machine Learned The Alphabet – Zubkov

In this post, we will see the book .

About the book

A little book describing how machines (computers) a can learn various things and think.

The book was translated from Russian by Vladimir Korotky and illustrated by Boris Kyshtymov. The book was published in 1985 by Malysh Publishers.

All credits to Guptaji.

You can get the book here (cleaned optimised) and here.

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Contents

How to make a machine that can read and why we write postcodes on envelopes 3

The importance of “Yes” and “No” and How People speak with lifts, mills, steam engines and rockets 8

How machines learned that a cat was a cat and why people began calling machines intelligent 12

Iron ducks and Trumpeters, What is automation and how many automatons there are around 16

Why a robot is called a robot, One scientific experiment and what kind of arms and legs robots have 20

 

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