I love this book and cannot say enough good about it.
It is, without a doubt, suitable for anyone who has an interest in artificial intelligence, from complete newcomers with no science background and no interest in maths or algorithms right up to established professors who feel stuck in a rut!
I have an MSc in Robotics and am undertaking my PhD in an AI related field. I have been very disillusioned with studies into AI that revolve around optimising algorithms for some specific task and entered into many arguments with academics who assert with absolute certainty that intelligence is, ultimately just a very complex algorithm.
This book argues about what intelligence is in a way that leaves the open-minded reader staggered and excited about the possibilities. Ultimately, it is all just guesswork and hypothesis but I for one shall be very disappointed if the author isn't uncomfortably close to the mark!