Had a really nice write up in NJ.com (online vesion of Newark Star-Ledger), Heartificial Intelligence finds the human in the machine. While the writer apparently didn't like the length of my introduction (to each their own), overall she seemed to really like the book. Here are a couple nice quotes:
Havens, who was also an actor on TV, in movies and had a Broadway stint in "Steel Pier" is an entertaining writer with a sense of humor.
Among Havens' gifts is that he is excellent at distilling complex topics and introducing concepts that seem like the stuff of sci-fi fantasy films.
Through it, Havens is a smart, agile writer and even better, exhibits a deep understanding of what irks people about our relationship to machines.
I am more than happy to take some critique about intro length for those lovely quotes. It was a nice way to start last Sunday.