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Artificial Intelligence for Humans, Vol 1: Fund. Algorithms

A project in St. Louis, MO by Jeff Heaton

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The first in a series of books to teach Artificial Intelligence with a gentle approach to mathematics.
Backers: 818
Average Pledge Per Backer: $23

Funded: $18,889 of $2,500
Dates: Jun 10th -> Jul 10th (30 days)
Project By: Jeff Heaton
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Latest News

First Draft of Cover for AIFH Vol1

July 8th - via:
Less than three days remain for the AIFH Vol 1 Kickstarter.  A big thank you to all of the backers.  The project is now closing in on $16K.  Since the project is now more than funded I am beginning to actually create this book.  I got the first... (Read More)

RGA scientist’s Kickstarter project hits 460 percent of goal

July 5th - via:
A St. Louis scientist has raised more than $11,000 to write a series of books explaining artificial intelligence. Jeff Heaton, an informatics scientist at Reinsurance Group of America, said in a video on Kickstarter, the fundraising website, that his series of books, beginning with “Fundamental Algorithms,” will be simpler than ones previously written on the subject. (Read More)

Happy Birthday, Language Help & Approaching 10K

July 3rd - via:
Today is a good day.  For several reasons.  First, happy birthday to my wonderful wife Tracy Heaton!   Secondly, we are approaching $10K in total pledges.  Wow.  I set the goal at $2,500 initially.  Which is really exactly what I need, out of... (Read More)

Project rockets past 200%! New stretch goal added.

July 2nd - via:
The Kickstarter project has been "on fire" today. Shooting past 200% in record time!  Now I have a question for all the new backers that came on today (July 2nd).  Where are you coming from? Most of the new backers today are showing "Direct traffic... (Read More)

Project is 100% Funded

June 24th - via:
Thank you everyone, the project is now funded!  Also, thanks to a $358 pledge from Rick Cardarelle, the project is now funded! The funding level is right now exactly at the $2500 level.  The duration of the Kickstarter pledge drive is only half... (Read More)

New video highlights contents of this book

June 18th - via:
The following video shows what will be covered in this book, all packed into a <10 minute tutorial.  (Read More)

44% Funded

June 18th - via:
The project is now 44% funded.  We still have over halfway to go!  Please help spread the word.  Please pass this project along to anyone who might be interested in this sort of product.  I will also soon release a video that further describes... (Read More)

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