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  Learn enough developer tools to be dangerous: command line, text editor, and Git version control essentials
Hartl M., Pearson, Hoboken, NJ, 2022. 368 pp.  Type: Book (978-0-137843-45-9)

The command-line interface (CLI) scares many newcomers to the computing field. It is, however, a most powerful way to interact with the computer, allowing the user a command composition richness that cannot be matched via graphical interfaces. As ...

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  Foundations of computational imaging: a model-based approach
Bouman C. (ed), SIAM, Philadelphia, PA, 2022. 349 pp.  Type: Book (1611977126)

This attractively titled book deals with the process of creating images using raw noisy data from unknown sources such as a black hole, for example. This book arose out of the notes used for a graduate-level course on this topic for over two decad...

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  Artificial intelligence and quantum computing for advanced wireless networks
Glisic S., Lorenzo B., Wiley Press, Hoboken, NJ, 2022. 864 pp.  Type: Book (978-1-119790-29-7)

Artificial intelligence (AI) and quantum computing are widely discussed topics in the computing field. So it is no surprise that this book is about AI and quantum computing for advanced wireless networks. The book is divided into two parts: one on...

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   AI 2041: ten visions for our future
Lee K., Qiufan C., Currency, New York, NY, 2021. 480 pp.  Type: Book (978-0-593238-29-5)

AI 2041 combines fiction and nonfiction in a satisfyingly long and dense book that attempts to depict artificial intelligence (AI) two decades from now. The first component, by Chen Qiufan (Stanley Chan), consists of ten short stories in a ...

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  Human-centered AI
Shneiderman B., Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, 2022. 400 pp.  Type: Book (978-1-928452-92-8)

Human-centered AI is a must-read for anyone in charge of designing a software system involving a significant artificial intelligence (AI) component. However, this book is not about how to implement an AI technique to solve a problem. It is ...

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  Phishing and communication channels: a guide to identifying and mitigating phishing attacks
Sonowal G., Apress, New York, NY, 2021. 240 pp.  Type: Book (978-1-484277-43-0)

It is not far-fetched to say that most (if not all) CR readers have been subjected to some sort of phishing attack--and even more likely if we consider the wide taxonomy of activities that Sonowal’s book covers. Can we as individ...

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   Ethical machines: your concise guide to totally unbiased, transparent, and respectful AI
Blackman R., HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW, Cambridge, MA, 2022. 224 pp.  Type: Book (1647822815)

It has been nearly a quarter-century since Ray Kurzweil considered the emergence of “spiritual machines” [1], and twice that time since Arthur Clarke introduced us to HAL’s murderous insanity [2]. The field of artificial intellig...

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  Declarative machine learning systems
Molino P., Ré C. Communications of the ACM 65(1): 42-49, 2022.  Type: Article

This article presents future directions for how machine learning (ML) can be easily adopted across applications to take advantage of artificial intelligence (AI). In the past two decades, ML has been improving at a tremendous pace thanks to many c...

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  A framework for understanding sources of harm throughout the machine learning life cycle
Suresh H., Guttag J.  EAAMO 2021 New York, NY, Oct 5-9, 2021) 1-9, 2021.  Type: Proceedings

The most recent studies show how machine learning has increasingly started to affect people and society in a positive way, pointing out the main advantages and disadvantages for different areas of activities. Anticipation and prevention in this fi...

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  Machine learning: the basics
Jung A., Springer International Publishing, Cham, Switzerland, 2022. 229 pp.  Type: Book (978-9-811681-92-9)

As the old saying goes, “don’t judge a book by its cover.” This review will affirm that statement. The book covers the many aspects of machine learning, but it does so in a very terse manner. This is a large area of research and ...

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