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I am not a mathematician but want to dive into AI. I did a search on Amazon and like tens of thousands of books appeared on the shelf (well, almost).

Which one should I pick as an AI beginner with not much mathematical knowledge? I mean I don't want a book that explains everything by formulas only. I had one like that a few years ago and stopped thinking about AI.

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I think something like this goes into just the right amount of depth:

Introduction to Artificial Intelligence: Second, Enlarged Edition (Dover Books on Mathematics)

There's some mathematics, but it's minimal. It's a Dover book, so it doesn't cost very much either.

Russel and Norvig are the approved ones. amazon.com/Artificial-Intelligence-Approach-Stuart-Russell/dp/…you can find this book at

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