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Much of the current discourse on AI is confusing. Is it going to take over humans, making their jobs futile? Is it going to taint society with its deep fakes? Or is it just an advanced technology that brings about a better world?Whatever it is, if you’re not already using Artificial Intelligence (AI) or planning to in the near future, you risk falling behind in the job market competition.

A recent survey by AWS and Access Partnership revealed that Indian workers with AI skills could potentially enjoy salary increases of more than 54%. So, if you’re heading to a job interview, it’s essential to sharpen your AI skills, especially if your role is tech-related.

List of top books related to AI

Here are the top 5 books to read on AI before you go for your job interview:

The Coming Wave© Provided by Digieasynow

In his book The Coming Wave: Technology, Power, and the Twenty-first Century’s Greatest Dilemma, Mustafa Suleyman tries to answer a pertinent question: “Can we find a way to navigate between disaster and dystopia?”

As the co-founder of DeepMind, an AI company under Google, he argues that the next decade will be shaped by a surge of powerful new technologies.

Suleyman explains how these advancements will bring great wealth but also pose risks to the nation-state, which is crucial for global stability.

With governments unaware of the looming dangers, we confront a critical choice: facing unprecedented harms or succumbing to excessive surveillance.

AI Needs You: How We Can Change AI’s Future and Save Our Own© Provided by Digieasynow

In this book, author Verity Harding draws on the inspiring stories of three major tech revolutions from the twentieth century – the space race, in vitro fertilisation, and the internet – to encourage everyone to engage in discussions about AI and its potential outcomes.

With her unique perspective as a prominent figure in both technology and politics, she challenges the prevailing narrative that compares the rise of AI to the development of the atomic bomb.

Instead, she suggests that history guides us towards a future where AI is guided by democratic values, prioritises peace over profit, and earns societal trust.

AI Needs You offers hope that ordinary people can shape AI to reflect our values and serve the common good.

Co-Intelligence: Living and Working with AI© Provided by Digieasynow

Wharton professor Ethan Mollick offers a refreshing take on AI in this book, steering clear of both extreme optimism and pessimism.

Instead, he emphasises the practical implications of these innovative tools and how they can reshape our lives.

In his book Co-Intelligence, Mollick encourages us to view AI as a collaborator, mentor, and guide.

Through his insightful exploration, Mollick showcases the potential and optimism of this transformative era.

Artificial Intelligence: A Guide for Thinking Humans

Henrik Warne’s Blog© Provided by Digieasynow

Artificial Intelligence: A Guide for Thinking Humans offers a comprehensive history of AI development. Written by a computer science and complex systems expert, who is now a professor at the Santa Fe Institute, the book elegantly addresses fundamental questions about AI.

Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach

MUJINspire© Provided by Digieasynow 

Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach by Stuart J. Russell and Peter Norvig smoothly transitions from theory to practical use, capturing the essence of AI.

The authors simplify complex ideas, leading readers through problem-solving, knowledge representation, and learning.

This book combines academic theory with real-world application, making it essential for AI enthusiasts.

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