Library Journal | Nonfiction previews, October 2012, part 2: Applebaum, Kurzweil, & more
April 16, 2012
Library Journal — April 16, 2012 | Barbara Hoffert
New York Times best-selling author (The Singularity Is Near), National Medal of Technology winner, and former Library Journal columnist (note that he was keynote speaker at LJ’s first virtual ebook summit), Kurzweil here explains reverse engineering the brain. It’s a project to understand how the brain works, how the mind emerges from it, and what this means for our understanding of intelligence, human or machine. So that you can stay cutting edge; with a nine-city tour.