SMU Libraries Curate: AI - The good, the bad and the ugly



Researchers predict that Artificial Intelligence will outperform a number of human activities within the next ten years. AI has already evolved from simple chess and chequers playing to developing poetry that is almost indistinguishable from those written by humans. It has reduced or even removed a number of tasks and activities, some for the better and some for the worse.

SMU Libraries provide a selection of resources that showcase the good, the bad and the ugly side of AI from aspects in business, to the workplace and society.


Do androids dream of electric sheep? / Dick, Philip K

Li Ka Shing Library   Level 3    PS3554.I3 D57 2007

I, robot / Asimov, Isaac

Li Ka Shing Library   Level 3    PS3551.S5 I13 2004

Klara and the sun / Ishiguro, Kazuo

Li Ka Shing Library   Lifestyle Collection Level 2    PR6059.S5 K57 2021

Machines like me : And people like you / McEwan, Ian

Li Ka Shing Library   Lifestyle Collection Level 2    PR6063.C4 M33 2019

Rise of the robots : Technology and the threat of a jobless future / Ford, Martin

Li Ka Shing Library   Reserves 3 Hours Level 2    HD6331 .F58 2015

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This selection of resources is curated by your friendly Business Research Librarians: Sumita Govindan, Redzuan Abdullah & Tee Lip Hwe.