Book Reviews of Society of the Mind

Society of the Mind
Society of the Mind
Author: Eric L. Harry
ISBN-13: 9780061096150
ISBN-10: 0061096156
Publication Date: 5/1997
Pages: 672
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Publisher: Harpercollins
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Joseph Gray was a child prodigy who grew up to be a Bill Gates-like mega-innovator (space travel, robots, computers, etc.) and multi-billionaire with big plans. One of his creations is an advanced neural net computer that may be independently intelligent but that may also be having psychological problems. Dr. Laura Aldridge, brilliant but controversial Harvard professor of psychology, is hired (one week for one million dollars!) to diagnose the computer. The action is fast paced, and the ideas are intelligent in this "cyberthriller". Definitely worth a read -- and there's a lot of it (657 pages).