My personal Book list

My personal Book list

Science, as we know, does not exist in a vacuum. How often a scientist lacks only one element for his own discovery, which has already become the result of long efforts of colleagues on the other side of the world. And sometimes only one thought is missing for a scientific discovery, which each of us can learn in books.

I often use the recommendations of my friends in choosing books – and I decided that I would also share books that impressed me and, to a certain extent, directed the vector of my scientific thought in the right direction.

Today I want to tell you about a book that left an imprint in my mind and forced me to formulate the right questions to myself: why am I researching the possibilities of artificial intelligence? What is the soul? And how can we humans, by and large, differ from AI if we put it in the body of a biorobot?

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