Barton, R. (Journalist). CBC.
Artificial intelligence could eventually replace human relationships as AI is developed to understand people better than fellow humans. Author Yuval Noah Harari spoke to Rosemary Barton about how technology is influencing our daily lives.
Books to read online
Artificial intelligent techniques
A., C., Padmanaban, S., Holm-Nielsen, J. B., & Himavathi, S. (Eds.). (2020) [Ebook]
Bridging human intelligence and artificial intelligence
Albert, M. V., Lin, L., Spector, J. M., & Dunn, L. S. (Eds.). (2022) [Ebook]
The Cambridge handbook of responsible artificial intelligence
Voeneky, S., Kellmeyer, P., Mueller, O., & Burgard, W. (Eds.). (2022) [Ebook]
Books in our print collection
- McKelvey, F., & MacDonald, M. (2019). Artificial intelligence policy innovations at the Canadian federal government. Canadian Journal of Communication, 44(2), 50. https://doi.org/10.22230/cjc.2019v44n2a3509
- Wilner, A. S. (2018). Cybersecurity and its discontents: artificial intelligence, the internet of things, and digital misinformation. International Journal, 73(2), 308–316. https://doi.org/10.1177/0020702018782496
- Stark, L. (2018). A calculated risk: Canada’s bet on artificial intelligence. The Globe and Mail, O5.
- Valiante, G. (2017). Montreal seeks to be leader in AI research. Chronicle - Herald, B4.