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Welcome Rishal Hurbans!
kan you tell us a little about what this books target audience is?
 
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You can find it in about the reader

For software developers with high school–level algebra and calculus skills.

 
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The target audience in mind was developers who want to learn about AI algorithms through visual and practical material, rather than mathematical proofs. It's worth noting, the book is meant to demystify different approaches to solving problems with "intelligent" algorithms apart from just machine learning approaches - that is: search, genetic algorithms, swarm algorithms, and others.
 
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