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Science and our future.

Roy Innes

Science and our future.

by Roy Innes

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Published by Lawrence & Wishart in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain.
    • Subjects:
    • Research -- Great Britain.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementWith a foreword by J.D. Bernal
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQ180.G7 I5
      The Physical Object
      Pagination55 p.
      Number of Pages55
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6167817M
      LC Control Number54044370
      OCLC/WorldCa13171159

      This book is a treasure trove of insights for anyone with an affinity for science and an interest in the future of our planet and its inhabitants. Kim M. Cobb, Georgia Power Chair and ADVANCE Professor, School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology A superb textbook, easily one of the best currently available.   Some of the book’s most sobering passages deal with possible future advances, including the ability to “hack” the brain, the weaponization of brain control, and the capacity for brain imaging to be used to identify troubling character traits or aspects of performance. We may soon inhabit a world in which our thoughts are not entirely private.

        A look into the future. As we were told by countless teachers and school librarians during our childhoods, a good book can transport you . Books > Our Lists > Science Future. Books by the experts and explainers daring to imagine what comes next. Share this. We live in complex times. This is a world where Big Data is increasingly encroaching on our lives and choices, info- and biotech are threatening our livelihoods, terrorism is a constant threat, global warming looms larger than.

        The draw of science fiction is more nuanced than a desire to escape the mundane. Reading science fiction enables us to reflect on the ways people interact with each other, with technology, with our environment. A good science fiction work posits one vision for the future, among countless possibilities, that is built on a foundation of realism.   Prof. Graeme Reid: “Predicting the future is beyond me, but genomics, quantum technologies and artificial intelligence are at stages that promise major benefits to society while raising big new questions about our understanding of the natural world. Of course the exciting thing about science is that my views could be overturned tomorrow.


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