This book lays a new foundation toward achieving artificial self-intelligence by future machines such as intelligent vehicles. Its chapters provide broad coverage of the three key modules behind the design and development of intelligent vehicles for the ultimate purpose of actively ensuring safe driving as well as accident prevention. Self-contained and unified in presentation, the book explains in detail the fundamental solutions to autonomous vehicles' perception, decision-making, and action-taking, in a pedagogic order.
Asia has been the greatest show on Earth since Japan's rise after World War II. However, the continent's dream run is coming to an end as the pandemic exposes sharp weaknesses in state capacity, and globalisation goes into reverse gear.
This unique compendium discusses some core ideas for the development and implementation of machine learning from three different angles: the statistical perspective, the artificial neural network perspective, and the deep learning methodology.
A Thousand Brains provides a new theory of intelligence, how it can lead to the creation of truly intelligent AI, and implications for the future of humanity. "Brilliant...exhilarating" - from the foreword by Richard Dawkins.
Scholars should look at the lives and creativity of slaves more broadly than whether their actions led to freedom, says University of Illinois English professor Christopher Freeburg.
This book measures the multiple aspects of variations in the use of online health forums and services.
Readers will find this book as a basic guide to understanding the fundamental concepts of Materials science and engineering.
NUS historian of science Dr John van Wyhe has co-published a groundbreaking new book on Charles Darwin which shows for the first time the extent of his cultural impact over the past 160 years. A decade in the making, this volume demonstrates that Darwin is the most influential scientist who has ever lived, having the most species named after him and he is also the most translated scientist in history.
The ways in which the American economic and political systems have failed to protect citizens of all ages and backgrounds -- and the opportunities we have as a nation post-COVID to change our policies and processes in order to improve public health for everyone -- is the subject of a new book by CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy (CUNY SPH) Distinguished Professor Nicholas Freudenberg.
This book presents the basic and advanced knowledge about the COVID-19 pandemic, organized into simple and easy-to-read chapters.