“Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow” by Yuval Noah Harari is a book about the future of humanity. It discusses topics such as how technology will shape our lives, what challenges we will face in the coming years, and how artificial intelligence could change everything. This thought-provoking read is sure to make you think about where humanity is headed and what we can do to ensure that it’s a bright future.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for anyone who wants to think about the future of humanity and how technology will shape our lives. It’s a thoughtful read that will make you question what lies ahead for us all.
- The book is well written and provides a lot of interesting information on the future of humanity.
- It makes you think about the possibilities for the future and how we can make sure that it’s a good one.
- The topics covered are relevant and important,
- It’s a dense read and can be quite challenging to get through
- It doesn’t offer any solutions or suggestions on how to improve the future
- Some of the predictions it makes may seem farfetched
Learn more about the author
Yuval Noah Harari is a historian and philosopher, who has taught at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem since 1991. He specializes in world history, medieval history and military history.
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