Intelligence

Intelligence

Marshall Goldberg

Two Soviet scientists are on the verge of developing the first artificial intelligence. But the CIA learns of this, and the ensuing explosive confrontation between the two governments constitutes the thrilling heart of this book.
Date Published :
December 1996
Publisher :
Dufour Editions
Language:
English
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Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9780802313119
Pages : 206
Stock Status : In stock
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$14.95

Overview
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Tension-filled sequel to A Deadly Operation. A scientific struggle for computer supremacy. Two Soviet scientists are on the verge of developing the first "bio-computer," an electronic-organic synthesis that could result in the first true artificial intelligence. Just before their experiments are completed, both scientists fall into a deep psychotic state caused by an amphetamine overdose. In desperation, the KGB decides to take the most expendable of the two to the U.S. for experimental drug therapy. The therapy works, but too well; the scientist's brain becomes a receiver/transmitter, on a mystical plane which the bio-computer's super-intelligence might have reached. Both the CIA and the KGB learn the results of the operation. The ensuing explosive confrontation between the two governments constitutes the thrilling heart of this book.

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