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The Most Human Human
In his latest book, Brian Christian compares the intelligence of humans to that of computers, built by humans. This raises the question: are humans no better than the machine they created? Christian reveals where humans are failing most in abilities to learn, communicate and understand and shows how humans can become more human.
Published by: Penguin
Andrew Blum takes on Internet, trying to show its physical side. Lives seem to revolve around it, but Blum says users do not know where it goes, or lives. The Internet’s material itself is an unexplored territory, he explains, and the book discusses where the Internet comes from, up to the fibre-optic cables that connect continents.
Published by: Ecco
The Innovator ’s Cookbook
Stephen Johnson’s 3D cover book is a collection of interviews and essays he did with innovators like Ray Ozzie on software; Brian Eno on music and art; Beth Noveck on government innovation. It shows essentials for inventing what’s next in innovation hubs.
Published by: Riverhead
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