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A working theory of love / Scott Hutchins.

Hutchins, Scott. (Author).

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Bethel Public Library F HUTCHINS (Text to phone) 34030127748165 Adult Fiction Available -
Brookfield Library F/HUTCHINS (Text to phone) 34029122257933 Adult Fiction Available -
Chester Public Library HUT (Text to phone) 33210000301016 Adult Fiction Available -
David M. Hunt Library - Falls Village F Hut (Text to phone) 33180123770621 Adult Fiction - First Floor Canceled Transit -
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Douglas Library - North Canaan F HUT (Text to phone) 33490123803250 Adult Fiction Available -
Edith Wheeler Memorial Library - Monroe FIC HUTCHINS,S (Text to phone) 34026125708672 Adult Fiction Available -
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Milford Public Library HUTCHINS Scott (Text to phone) 34013077020603 Adult Fiction Available -
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Summary, etc.: When Neill's father committed suicide ten years ago, he left behind thousands of pages of secret journals, journals that are stunning in their detail, and, it must be said, their complete banality. But their spectacularly quotidian details, were exactly what artificial intelligence company Amiante Systems was looking for, and Neill was able to parlay them into a job, despite a useless degree in business marketing and absolutely no experience in computer science. He has spent the last two years inputting the diaries into what everyone hopes will become the world's first sentient computer. Essentially, he has been giving it language--using his father's words. Alarming to Neill--if not to the other employees of Amiante--the experiment seems to be working. The computer actually appears to be gaining awareness and, most disconcerting of all, has started asking questions about Neill's childhood.
Subject: Artificial intelligence Fiction
Divorced men Fiction
Fathers and sons Fiction
Man-woman relationships Fiction
Interpersonal relations Fiction
San Francisco (Calif.) Fiction
Genre: Psychological fiction.
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