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    Brilliant and frustrating

    Really clear, concise explorations of current and near-future technologies and their potential consequences—both good and bad—let down by occasional bloody-minded negativity. I really liked parts of this book, and was intensely frustrated by other parts of it. The chapter on mobile/smartphones is almost worth the price of the book on its own, and he’s particularly strong when talking about cryptocurrency, the blockchain, and the internet of things. But other chapters clunk badly; in augmented reality he sees a nation of zombies addicted to the constant stimulus of a digital layer on the world, not considering that people might, you know, just not use AR glasses _all_ the time. And the chapter on artificial intelligence was the biggest let down of all; beautiful, poetic descriptions of the possibilities of enhanced human creativity, followed by ‘but none of it matters because super-intelligent computers will make us obsolete’. If you work in, or are interested by, the fields of emerging technologies, I highly recommend this book. But I wish I could recommend it unreservedly.
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