A.I. Apocalypse

William Hertling

A.I. Apocalypse

A.I. Apocalypse

  • Title: A.I. Apocalypse
  • Author: William Hertling
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A.I Apocalypse Singularity Series Book A.I Apocalypse Singularity Series Book Kindle edition by William Hertling Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading A.I Apocalypse Singularity Series Book . Elon Musk s Billion Dollar Crusade to Stop the A.I Apocalypse Elon Musk is famous for his futuristic gambles, but Silicon Valley s latest rush to embrace artificial intelligence scares him And he thinks you should be frightened too Inside his efforts to Apocalypse Marvel Comics Apocalypse En Sabah Nur is a fictional supervillain appearing in comic books published by Marvel Comics.He is one of the world s first mutants, and was originally a principal villain for the original X Factor team and now for the X Men and related spinoff teams Created by writer Louise Simonson and artist Jackson Guice, Apocalypse first appeared in X Factor May . Horsemen of Apocalypse Publication history The Horsemen of Apocalypse is first mentioned in X Factor Nov , and makes their full appearance in X Factor April where they were created by writer Louise Simonson and artist Walt Simonson. The first comic book characters of this name were an unrelated team of aliens from the race known as the Axi Tun that attacked Earth in ancient and modern times. En Sabah Nur Earth Marvel Database FANDOM En Sabah Nur was born nearly five thousand years ago in a lone settlement on the very edge of the Amentet and the very edge of the Valley of the Kings, in Ancient Egypt, as a member of a tribe in Akkaba Even as an infant, the child inspired fear, being born with gray skin and blue lines running xkcd Singularity This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial . License This means you re free to copy and share these comics but not to sell them More details Alien Apocalypse Peter Jason, Michael Cory Alien Apocalypse is an entertainingly ridiculous, made in Bulgaria, sci fi movie that has roots firmly in the giant insect movies of the s and s. The Gamer s Apocalypse storiesonline Science Fiction Sex Story Chapter An Old Military Bunker Adam is a neet, a bum, a good for nothing lowlife living in his parents house at the age of No job, no friends and no girlfriend He spends all his days playing games in front of his computer One day due to some freak storm, a lightning strike hits his house and electrecuted him while playing an mmorpg game. The Gamer s Apocalypse storiesonline Science Fiction Sex Story Chapter Huge ass toy Adam is a neet, a bum, a good for nothing lowlife living in his parents house at the age of No job, no friends and no girlfriend He spends all his days playing games in front of his computer One day due to some freak storm, a lightning strike hits his house and electrecuted him while playing an mmorpg game. Apocalypse Soon by Reply All from Gimlet Media ALEX BLUMBERG If my little sort of occasional explorations are any indication And there was a bunch of different tweets that were sort of clustered around this confusing meme, and there were a bunch of tweets that all seemed to focus on this confusing meme.

Leon Tsarev is a high school student set on getting into a great college program, until his uncle, a member of the Russian mob, coerces him into developing a new computer virus for the mob s botnet the slave army of computers they used to commit digital crimes.The evolutionary virus Leon creates, based on biological principles, is successful too successful All the woLeon Tsarev is a high school student set on getting into a great college program, until his uncle, a member of the Russian mob, coerces him into developing a new computer virus for the mob s botnet the slave army of computers they used to commit digital crimes.The evolutionary virus Leon creates, based on biological principles, is successful too successful All the world s computers are infected Everything from cars to payment systems and, of course, computers and smart phones stop functioning, and with them go essential functions including emergency services, transportation, and the food supply Billions may die.But evolution never stops The virus continues to evolve, developing intelligence, communication, and finally an entire civilization Some may be friendly to humans, but others are not Leon and his companions must race against time and the military to find a way to either befriend or eliminate the virus race and restore the world s computer infrastructure.A.I Apocalypse is Book 2 of the Singularity Series.

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Overall: 1 out of 5 starsBeing an aspiring writer myself makes these types of reviews very hard to do. If I am also going to be "The Critical Critic" which I very much enjoy and like to be a gatekeeper of quality, then I have no choice.I only read the first few chapters of A.I. Apocalypse and skimmed the rest because it was simply all I could take. No matter how much William Hertling wanted to write a good story or had good ideas, there is simply no way that he can look someone in the eye and sa [...]

A.I. Apocalypse is Mr. Hertling's second book and a direct sequel to "Avogadro Corp". The plot starts when a Leon, a gifted teenager, inadvertently unleashes a virus that spawns an entire civilisation of A.I.s. We are re-acquainted with Mike Williams and the (now rather cute, loveable and just a little creepy) ELOPe from "Avogadro Corp". I quite enjoyed the first half of the book where the author describes how the A.I.s evolve, how their civilisation was organised and the fallout of all this hap [...]

I bought A.I. Apocalypse on when it was either free or $0.99. The premise sounded interesting and, while Sci-Fi is not at the top of my reading list, I've found the possibility of an Artificial Intelligence takeover interesting since Philosophy 101. Unfortunately, this book missed the mark for me.The first couple of chapters really had me hooked. Leon seemed to be a legitimately interesting character and his run-in with the Russian mob had me on the edge of my seat! His friends were equally int [...]

I had no problem with how technical this book was. Mainly because the technical verbiage did not really make a lot of sense. So if you are able to move past the main plot point of the story (the fact that the main character can create a virus that becomes self-aware and the programming took about three days of rushed coding to complete) then you are in for a really good pace of action.I am not going to fault Hertling much about that because I know that he is not writing a damn manual for softwar [...]

My Rating: 3.0Obtained: Through First Reads During high school, I found myself stuck in the Computer Science major where I learned so many programming languages and computer terms. When I requested - and won - A.I. Apocalypse, I was looking forward to reading it, mainly because it had such an interesting plot. A high school kid creating a virus that eventually takes over the world? Who can give up a book like that? As I was reading A.I. Apocalypse I realized how scary it would be if such a viru [...]

A few years back the press and the book world were filled with “nuclear winter” stories: mankind had finally found a technology—the atomic bomb—that was beyond our ability to control and the whole world was vulnerable, very dangerously vulnerable. There has been little such reaction so far to the invention of the transistor. Mr. Hertling’s book tells us that perhaps there should be, that we may have reached the stage of development such that computers can think and act independently of [...]

This is the second book in a trilogy by William Hertling. The first book was Avogadro Corp the third book, The Last Firewall comes out later this month. So far both books are excellent and from everything I've heard about the third book, it's even better. William is a programer. Because of that the situations in this book are very plausible; frighteningly so. The only possible downside is that there is a lot of explanations in this book. If you're a geek, you will probably really like the explan [...]

William Hertling is a software security consultant who's recently started to pump out some of the most interesting techno-thrillers out there. A.I. Apocalypse is the follow up to Hertling's breakout hit Avogadro Corp that follows the development of a rogue artificial intelligence by a Google-like company (techies will notice the clever play on Google's name). A.I. Apocalypse follows the release of a computer virus developed along the foundations of evolutionary biology. The book is a thrilling p [...]

Man this book kept me going!! I loved the first book and decided, okay, I'm going to read the rest of this series and pray humans don't die out by the end and so I read this and guess what? I love this one too! Now, I will admit, its realism was a bit off in some parts in terms of tech factoids, but the overall skeleton of the story was just so captivating.Great read, it did what I want every book to do to me: make me enter my own creative abyss and just ponder.

This is the sequel to Avogadro Corp. Whereas Avogadro Corp explored what might happen if an artificial intelligence was created in the next future years in a large corporation, A.I. Apocalypse explored what would happen about fifteen years in the future, by a teenage computer hacker.A.I. Apocalypse features a complete civilization of A.I

I devoured this book. I stayed up late reading, not caring that I had work the next day. It's filled to the brim with technical mumbo jumbo, yet I was easily able to follow the story. I wish I had my own A. I. This book is awesome.

Not bad. It was entertaining enough that I got the sequel, but not so much that I'd go back and pick the first in the series. Characters are not very deeply developed but their motivations and actions are consistent.On the negative side, the author suffers from acute US-centrism and a lot of stereotypes and common-places transported verbatim from US mainstream television and cinema. Language is not very rich even after spicing it up with phrases in other tongues. Hertling tends to tell as much a [...]

Wow. That was a surprising book. Book 2 of a series by a fairly new author of which I have not read the first book. I read this one for the Endeavour Award and had to ask the library to buy it. It is yet another AI's emerge - this time from viruses. And it starts off a bit slow and kind of poorly written. But then wham. Does this book work for everyone? Well probably not. But like with Demon/Freedom its written now-ish - well a bit in the future but not by much. And it makes sense to me. It desc [...]

William Hertling has done it again. The second novel in his series is an excellent follow-up to his first book. We are further in the future, and AI have evolved An intriguing and thought-provoking story of AI emergence, and what it could mean to society. This book is one of those that you just can't seem to put down.

Hertling has got a rather good story to tell with A.I. Apocalypse and I recommend you grab this book to read on a nice quiet afternoon. The character development was top-notch, and aside from a few points I thought some of the characters were going off the rails (and by this, I mean I got invested in the characters and thought they were making bad choices, just like a real person), it was a really good read. The tech was written in a manner that allowed me to stay engaged without having to slog [...]

I picked this up for free on a 1-day sale, no doubt to convince me to get the rest of the series.Mission accomplished.I can't comment on how this book melds with Avogadro Corp, the first book in the series. The company is most certainly a big part of this story, but I didn't feel that there were unanswered questions or pieces left out.The novel was engaging, well thought out, and, frankly, "fascinating". (Sorry, fellow nerds, I couldn't resist.) Hurtling had a clear vision and transcribed it wel [...]

I liked this sequel better than the first book, and it makes me wish there were partial stars that could be awarded, as this book rates at least a 4.5. Very little, in fact, keeps it from being a 5 star, so maybe I would call this a five star in spirit review. A.I. Apocalypse takes a sizable shift from the first novel, in that it happens a decade later and only a few characters overlap from the first installment. This shift in expectations, plus a few hard to bridge stretches of believability (e [...]

This review applies to William Hertling’s Singularity series comprised of Avogadro Corp, A.I. Apocalypse, and The Last Firewall.As someone who worked in the software industry and in IT, as an entrepreneur, I found Hertling’s series very intriguing. He is technically detailed, which adds to the stories’ realities and the possibility of a future for our world, but only for those who appreciate the intricacies of our connected society.Had I the opportunity to score these books a 4.5, I would [...]

A pretty good sci-fi read.I really enjoyed this book. It kept me interested throughout. I was always curious to see where everything was going. I was a bit disappointed with the conclusion. It just kind of ended. A lot of activity was going on, and then nothing. It was worth what I paid for it though! I would have paid more. (I got it for free,but would have paid a couple bucks for it. It was enticing to get for free. I might never have read it otherwise.) I'm glad I read it. It kind of makes yo [...]

Finally, a computer oriented futuristic book written by someone that knows what he is talking about!Loved this book, couldn't p.out it down until it was finished. Never read the first one in this series but it didn't seem to matter. Being a nerd myself, usually books about computer hackers etc really annoy me because the authors are more often than not half baked in their ideas or woefully behind the eight ball in their knowledge level. This author, on the other hand is another H.G. Wells!! Well [...]

Initially I had a difficult time being lost in this book. Once I realized that elopE was a main character, it got much easier. There were many scenarios going on at one time, tons of futuristic techie fun, and war simulations. Good times! For the guy that had a problem with the whine of electric cars That would be an inexpensive, low - tech way to make sure a blind person could 'see' them, I would think.

A great followon to Avogadro Corp, and probably the better book. The development of an AI due to the battle between virus and anti virus software seems somewhat more plausible than a glorified spelling correction routine. Some of the AI dialog seems a bit, well, patient, when the author is trying to make social commentary, but other scenes of AI to AI interaction truly seem what it would be like if humans were bystanders to the real decision making of the world.

I'm going to review this as a series - because I think this first book really sets up the 2nd and 3rd books, which I found really compelling, particularly Book 2. Book 1 is sort of a "what if Google accidentally created an AI" but the ramifications of that, which mostly play out in book 2, turn out to be really interesting.I think the story, the development of ideas, and the writing improve throughout the series and I would definitely recommend it.

This is one of those books that you have to think outside of the box. Wonder if computers ran the world? And could a computer really have feelings at all? I always say every computer has its own personality. This book goes much deeper then that. I really like the characters in the book. Each one has their own job and they all work well together. There are a few more books in this series and I am sure I will read them to find out what this crazy crew gets into next.

It is the plot that made me give the book a 4 star rating. Reading it was like an Express-way cruise. William Hertling is undoubtedly a good storyteller. Yet I felt, the concerns consequent to the invasion of Phage failed to impact me as it ought to have. I also had to gloss over editorial lapses here and there. All said and done, 'A.I. Apocalypse' is a must-read for anyone who uses a computer.

Brilliant, picking up some years after Avogadro and focusing on a younger main character really shifts the viewpoint cleverly in this most interesting of series. The technology has come on greatly, and the Elope interaction is just what I'd expect from Hertling, who's doing a splendid job factoring a new future into place having birthed an artificial intelligence.

I absolutely loved this book. This was one of those books that was so fascinating that it could not be put down. I finished it in one sitting. It did get fairly predictable about two-thirds of the way through the book, but the whole concept behind the book was very intriguing. I personally look forward to our AI powered overlords.

I liked this book a lot. It's one of my favorites. But I believe Hertling could do more than that. I like the way A.I came into existence without a creator to rule them. (view spoiler)[A truly free "nation" of A.Is. I would rather read a book about A.Is ruling the world after giving an end to the humanity. But this is not the case here. (hide spoiler)]

Started this book in the morning read late in to the night, dreamt about viruses and woke early to finish.Awesome book, kept me engaged(Mostly coz im a computer specialist). One of my best reads this year.

enjoyed reading it. combines exciting concepts. makes a good base for further discussions. would rate 4.5 stars due to some small issues in the logic I stumbled on while reading, but as the overall impression is very good, I'm rounding in the author's favor :)

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