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Talking To Robots: How Ai Will Shape Our Future

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David Ewing Duncan


In Talking to Robots, author David Ewing Duncan explores the present and future of robots and AI, as well as what our fascination with them says about being human. The book features discussions with prominent thinkers, engineers, and scientists, and covers a range of topics, from present-day Facebook and Amazon bots to near-future intimacy and job-replacing bots. Duncan also examines the societal and ethical implications of robots, as well as their potential to usher in a new era of human existence or to destroy us. Ultimately, the book provides an entertaining and insightful guide to possible future scenarios for robots, both real and imagined.

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About the Author

DAVID EWING DUNCAN is the author of nine books, including the international bestseller Calendar, and writes for WiredDiscover, and the Atlantic Monthly. He is a freelance producer and correspondent for ABC’s Nightline, and a commentator on NPR’s Journalist, author and researcher David Ewing Duncan has covered the intersection of technology and humanity for WiredVanity Fair, the New York TimesAtlanticFortune, NPR, ABC News and many others. He is the author of nine books, which have been translated into over twenty languages, including the international bestseller The Calendar, and Experimental Man. In 2003, he won the Magazine Journalism Award from the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He is the founding director of the Center for Life Science Policy at UC Berkeley. He lives in San Francisco, California and Boston, Massachusetts.



Book Specifications

Title: Talking To Robots: How Ai Will Shape Our Future
Author: David Ewing Duncan
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 320
Weight: 400g
Published Year: 2019
Publisher: Robinson
ISBN: 978-1472142917
Dimensions: 15 x 3.6 x 23.2 cm
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