At first I was just a bit bored because the book was centered in criticize the "old computing" and saying that the "new computing" was marvelous but the book became a bit interesting when the author talked about some examples about medicine and creativity.
It gets worse at the end of the book when the author criticize even more the "old computing" by saying:
Devotees of artificial intelligence ... would be fine if they did this on their own time, but if public funds were being spent, then I'd rather see the money devoted to teaching children about Leonardo.
What is the same as "My idea is good and cool and yours is so bad that you shouldn't even get money for working"
I didn't like the book and won't recommend it to anyone. By the way I apologize for my bad English (I'm not a native speaker)...Continua