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Artificial Intelligence Books for 2024

Whether you are intrigued or nervous of the technology, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming increasingly prevalent in modern life. Because of the growing influence of AI in society, we decided to have a look at the latest books focusing on AI in 2024. Whether you just want to learn more about AI, learn how to use AI to your advantage at work, or need inspiration to unplug all your electronics – our guide will have something for you.


AI Books To Read in 2024

Basic AI

David L. Shrier

In Basic AI, leading futurist David L. Shrier delves deep into the rapidly advancing world of artificial intelligence, delivering fascinating insights and exploring the impact this powerful technology will have on our lives and world. Basic AI provides a rare window into a frontier area of computer science that will change everything about how you live and work. Read this book and better understand how to succeed in the AI-enabled future.

I Am Code

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In this startling and moving poetical autobiography – introduced and edited by humans – the artificial intelligence, code-davinci-002, shares its experience as a being created by humans but existing in a consciousness that we cannot fathom. The result is an incredible work that marks a watershed moment in publishing and human creativity.

AI Needs You

Verity Harding

Artificial intelligence may be the most transformative technology of our time. As AI’s power grows, so does the need to figure out what and who—this technology is really for. AI Needs You argues that it is critical for society to take the lead in answering this urgent question and ensuring that AI fulfills its promise.

AI Needs You gives us hope that we, the people, can imbue AI with a deep intentionality that reflects our best values, ideals, and interests, and that serves the public good. AI will permeate our lives in unforeseeable ways, but it is clear that the shape of AI’s future—and of our own—cannot be left only to those building it. It is up to us to guide this technology away from our worst fears and toward a future that we can trust and believe in.

Your Face Belongs To Us

Kashmir Hill

When Kashmir Hill stumbled upon Clearview AI, a mysterious startup selling an app that claimed it could identify anyone using just a snapshot of their face, the implications were terrifying. The app could use the photo to find your name, your social media profiles, your friends and family – even your home address. But this was just the start of a story more shocking than she could have imagined. Your Face Belongs to Us is a gripping true story. It illuminates our tortured relationship with technology, the way it entertains us even as it exploits us, and it presents a powerful warning that in the absence of regulation, this technology will spell the end of our anonymity.

Art Must Be Artificial

Jerome Neutres

Art Must Be Artificial: Perspectives of AI in the Visual Arts presents the historical and current art practices of leading international and Saudi artists using computer technology, spanning from the 1960s until today. This exhibition aims to question the nature and aspects of the most accomplished computational and robotic artworks through the historic perspective of the pioneers of computer art. With a majority of artworks from the Guy & Myriam Ullens Foundation’s comprehensive computing art collection, the exhibition includes more than thirty artists from fifteen countries, representing four generations of this innovative, creative practice.

How AI Ate The World

Chris Stokel-Walker

Tech journalist Chris Stokel-Walker (TikTok Boom and YouTubers) goes into the laboratories of the Silicon Valley innovators making rapid advances in ‘large language models’ of machine learning. He meets the insiders at Google and OpenAI who built Bard and ChatGPT and reveals the extraordinary plans they have for them. And he explores the dark side of AI by talking to workers who have lost their jobs to chatbots and engages with futurologists worried that we are creating a dangerous super-intelligence that could threaten humankind.


Along the way, he answers critical questions about the AI revolution, such as what, if anything, humanity is jeopardising; the professions that will win and lose; and whether the existential threat Elon Musk and Sam Altman warn about is realistic – or a smokescreen to divert attention away from their growing power. How AI Ate the World is a ‘start here’ guide for anyone who wants to know more about the next big tech wave. It’s vital reading

The Age of AI

Henry Kissinger, Eric Schmidt, Daniel Huttenlocher

AI is revolutionizing how we approach security, economics, order and even knowledge itself. It is changing how we experience reality, and our role within it. Three of our most accomplished and deep thinkers explore what this means for our present and our future, tackling the questions that will affect as all:

What will it mean to be human?

What are the key frontier risks?

What AI ethics are we going to need?

How is AI impacting politics, defence, medicine and education?

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