"I thoroughly enjoyed The Eliza Prophecy and, equally important, it made me think. This is a very good thriller, with compelling characters and a satisfying, twisty plot. Add to that a serious consideration of artificial intelligence and the book's a winner. Highly recommended.”
James R. Preston, Author of the Surf City Mysteries
Is the real danger of AI the machines themselves or the people who build them?
After attending his father’s funeral in Florida, cyber-security consultant Adam Braxton visits his brother’s gallery which is exhibiting computer-generated art. When the gallery becomes the target of an angry mob of Artificial Intelligence protesters, he tries to intervene and is detained by the police.
Prodded by a crusading Washington Post reporter to investigate the incident, Braxton is drawn into a conspiracy of faceless instigators, traitorous employees, and murderous drones.
Then a member of his family is threatened, and he and his colleagues must confront a familiar enemy bent on deadly revenge. As the threads of his investigation finally come together, he will learn whether AI will be his salvation or his demise.
The Eliza Prophecy is a terrifying look at an all-too-real world where AI is everywhere, making decisions that can’t be understood and can’t be questioned. Can human skills defeat machine intelligence?
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