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Explains new inventions made possible by coding, including key concepts such as artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things. Easy-to-read text, informative sidebars, and helpful diagrams make this book an engaging read for avid technology fans and readers who are new to computer coding.
|Publication date:||1st January 2019|
|Publisher:||Focus Readers an imprint of North Star Editions|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
Kathryn Hulick is a freelance writer, editor and former Peace Corps volunteer. She writes regularly for Science News for Students and Muse magazine. She has also published numerous nonfiction books on topics such as video games, artificial intelligence, energy technology and dinosaurs. Hulick's favorite part of writing about science is getting to speak with researchers in many different fields. Once, she spoke with an expert on parallel universes while he was shoveling snow from his driveway. Another time, she called a biologist who was out in the field in Africa, watching a herd of elephants. In addition to writing, she ...More About Kathryn Hulick