I would revisit again, his playful take on the coming robot uprising is worth it alone.
I would give a repeat listen again in one years time to compare the rate of technology to his predictions. Especially now that he is working at Google. I have read or listened to all of Ray's books, and while I think some of his predictions are a little grandiose, many are spot on.
Technology has always fascinated me. The whole idea of a set of machine software to bring about innovation, products, revelations and revolutions to many areas of our world is both exciting and intriguing.
The explanation of how the mind is layered with pattern recognizer's over and over not only has this been proven, but replicated on some small proof of concepts already. It is an exciting time.
None come to mind.
He brought an energy and excitement to the book. Sometimes the material get a little dry, he kept you interested.
Welcome to the world of tomorrow.
Having the kindle version of this helped out a lot. There isn't too many charts or pictures, but I found that following along during a section/chapter that I found really interesting helped me understand it a little easier.
The history, I did not know how far back we used algorithms, especially in the stock market.
The narrator for the story was a perfect match.
This is my first.
The future, and how our lives can be made better.
What made this story extra special was the combination of speaker, great story and chilling reality of the horror that would happen.
I was listening to this at my 2nd job at a local gas station, and almost lost it at the break-in scene where the one of their dog's goes all heroic. Very intense and too real.
Laughed and didn't cry but definitely choked up.
I recommend this read to everyone.
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