If you come into a book looking to answer just one question, you may come out of it disappointed.
A decent vision polluted by very poor execution.
Makers by Cory Doctorow really seems to cement the point that Doctorow just really hates the Disney corporation.
The authors of this book think that everything is going to be fine, and that the future is going to be great. But to what extent are the correct?
How we come to categorize books like this is sometimes more interesting than the books themselves.
Little Brother deals with some pretty serious topics, but distills them down to a point where even kids will find it all to be a bit silly.
You could take a bunch of classes to find out the philosophy behind AI. This is a much cheaper shortcut
Bright future ahead? I mean, maybe. It could also be rather bleak. Max Tegmark thinks that it all depends on what we prepare for.
People keep telling us that we are being spied on, but what does that really mean, anyway?
Jaron Lanier is a man wearing many hats, and this makes him a very interesting subject for a memoir.