AI4U: Mind-1.1 Programer's Manual has the following positive and negative points. + It describes the rapidly evolving AI Minds on the Web. - It quickly becomes obsolete as the AI hyper-evolves. + On-demand publishing (ODP) makes for quick updates. - The Mentifex project is considered oddball on the 'Net. + You've got the first book about the first real AI Mind. - There are other, better, more authoritative AI textbooks. + AI4U makes a good supplement for actually coding AI. - Artificial intelligence is too hard to understand. + AI4U describes the AI while it is still easy to learn. - "I would rather build robots than study AI programming." + If you want to build a smart robot, then AI4U is for you. - "I'm only a high school student/teacher; what's the use?" + This book will challenge even the most gifted student. - "I am not a programmer and so I can't code AI." + AI4U teaches you how to operate an AI, not just code it. - "I just want to do Web design, not artificial intelligence." + AI4U provides an AI that you may install on your website. - "I am more interested in neuroscience and/or psychology." + AI4U teaches a theory of how the brain works psychologically.
Arthur T. Murray is an independent scholar in artificial intelligence. A classicist by training with a B.A. degree in Greek and Latin from the University of Washington in Seattle, with AI4U he publishes an original theory of mind based on linguistics and a primitive AI Mind to verify the theory.