Andrea Alessandrini, I am not a Robot, 2023

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Yin and yang, black and white, 0 and 1 are the symbols underlying everything.
Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibnitz came to this conclusion around 1700, when he found confirmation of his ideas in the hexagrams of the Book of Changes, written in China six and a half centuries earlier.
In 1854, George Boole published the foundations of Boolean Algebra (according to which 0 is false and 1 is true).
In 1949, Boolean logic was adopted by Claude Shannon to explain the operation of electrical, then electronic and computer circuits.
In 1950 Alan Turing identified a principle for determining whether a machine is capable of exhibiting “intelligent” behavior. He hypothesized that by the year 2000 this would be the case.
Today ChatGPT, the artificial intelligence software developed by OpenAI, uses neural networks to recognize written text and is able to learn without human supervision.
And to pass the national test for admission to the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry.
I Am Not A Robot is a notebook in which computer science and photography touch and sometimes meet.
I Am Not A Robot is a Turing test to distinguish humans from computers.

Andrea Alessandrini, I am not a Robot

Witty Books, 2023

First edition of 500

Design by Antonio M.Xoubanova & David Mozzetta

16,8 x 20,5 cm

264 pages

Soft cover


ISBN: 979-12-80177-27-8



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