by Natacha Scheidhauer et Séverine Assous

WALL-E, R2-D2. la liste des robots célèbres est longue. Et si c'était le robot, le meilleur ami de l'homme ? Un ouvrage qui questionne notre rapport à l'intelligence artificielle. L'homme fabrique des robots pour façonner une créature à son image et en maîtriser le destin. Mais aussi pour se décharger des tâches pénibles. De la Grèce ancienne à nos jours, ce livre raconte l'histoire de ces créatures artificielles dont les capacités ne cessent de s'améliorer. Jusqu'à quel point ? Car l'utilisation des robots, si elle est en général très favorable à l'homme, peut aussi avoir des effets négatifs et suscite de nombreuses questions. POINTS FORTS - Un point de vue original sur l'intelligence artificielle, mis en valeur grâce aux illustrations acidulées et pleines d'humour de Séverine Assous. - Un documentaire indispensable pour un vrai sujet de société : la place des robots parmi les hommes.

Génération robots
Publisher
ACTES SUD
Type
book
Language
French
ISBN-13
9782330039516
ISBN-10
2330039514
Number of Pages
72
Height
15 mm
Widht
180 mm
Weight
472 g
Format
Book
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