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A very relevant book if your concerned about what the world might look like in 2030 or 2100. There were some good leads, with references to recent and future technology and its effects on society - which was what I was really interested in. However, it was too long with expositions of the author's ideas on quite specific economic examples relevant particularly to the US, such as personal theories on possible improvements to the American healthcare model. The book touched on aspects of what sort of jobs might replaced by automaton in the future and for instance basic trends in nanotechnology, robots and more so computing and AI, but for me it did not go into the dilemma about future employment or pragmatic day to day existential (or philosophical) issues enough.
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Such a shame these impending and important issues aren't bring discussed by any politician currently
looking to be elected...
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A book that deal with the issue n not just telling you the thrill or threat of robot's upcoming. A very good book with solid research and analysis. Recommend to everyone who concern about the future of our society.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
An enjoyable book with some good anecdotes and trends. I particular liked the sections on the future ramifications and the proposals to address them
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