A completely updated version of the bestselling Minecraft: Blockopedia! Detailing each block found in the #1 game of all time, this is a must-have reference guide for all Minecrafters!
An officially licensed guide to the exciting historical destinations and ancient battlegrounds of Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed series
Meticulously re-created historical sites are a staple of the bestselling Assassin’s Creed series—and, in fact, are one of the main draws of Ubisoft’s all-time bestselling property.
An expert on mind considers how animals and smart machines measure up to human intelligence.
The inside story of the groundbreaking experiment that captured what people think about the life-and-death dilemmas posed by driverless cars.
Showcasing the stunning artwork of Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood, this new edition of the official art book offers hundreds of full-color illustrations in a collectors' quality volume, along with an exclusive bonus item code. Book one of a two-book set. (NOTE: E-book edition does not include bonus item code.)
Arduino is the open source electronics prototyping platform that has taken the Maker Movement by storm. This thorough introduction, updated for the latest Arduino release, helps you start prototyping right away. From obtaining the required components to putting the final touches on your project, all the information you need is here
AI for Digital Warfare explores how the weaponising of artificial intelligence can and will change how warfare is being conducted, and what impact it will have on the corporate world.
A revealing and gripping investigation into how social media platforms police what we post online—and the large societal impact of these decisions
Most users want their Twitter feed, Facebook page, and YouTube comments to be free of harassment and porn.
An accessible guide to cybersecurity for the everyday user, covering cryptography and public key infrastructure, malware, blockchain, and other topics.
In 1980, computers were instruments of science and mathematics, military secrets and academia. Stern administrators lorded over sterile university laboratories and stressed one point to the wide-eyed students privileged enough to set foot within them: Computers were not toys.
A guided tour of the rapidly evolving networked world of connected devices, objects, and people that is changing the way we live and work.