The Real World AI by Andrew Tate
How to be on the real world is a multi-millionaire who launched The Real World, an educational platform and global community that teaches members to make money online. The platform was marketed as a way to “escape the matrix,” meaning breaking free from traditional 9-5 work and working towards financial independence by building wealth and starting a profitable business.
However, reports of a pyramid scheme and allegations that it exploited teenagers led Google to withdraw the app from its Play store. Tate and his brother Tristan were also arrested in Romania in June on charges of human trafficking, rape, and forming a criminal gang to sexually exploit women.
While TRW still promotes escaping the matrix, it now says it will help users “become financially independent by using proven methods” and emphasizes that you need to put in the effort to achieve results. It also now features a crypto campus and focuses on the long-term potential of cryptocurrency investing.
Andrew Tate’s Real World AI: Myths vs. Reality
Unlike many other AI books, The Real World AI covers a very wide range of topics. This includes problem-solving and search, logic and inference, planning, probabilistic reasoning and decision-making, learning, communication, perception, and robotics. It is a rare textbook that offers such a broad overview and does so in an accessible and engaging manner.
The book has many strengths, but a few deserve special mention. The chapter on agents is brilliant, putting the whole history of AI into perspective and explaining why people built what they did. The chapters on reasoning about uncertainty and belief networks are also exemplary, providing a tutorial exposition of the original material that is very difficult to find in other textbooks.