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Homo Deus

A Brief History of Tomorrow

Yuval Noah Harari

Official U.S. edition with full color illustrations throughout.NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER Yuval Noah Harari, author of the critically-acclaimed New York Times bestseller and international phenomenon Sapiens, returns with an equally original, compelling, and provocative book, turning his focus toward humanity’s future, and our quest to upgrade humans...
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A thoughtful look at what may be in store for humanity.      source
One of 70 must-read books.      source
After reading the wonderful book ‘Homodeus’, I’ve come to one conclusion... Mankind & Humanity don’t mix. Blame it on ‘The Tyranny of The Unquantifiable’😏 there’s irony in there somewhere I’m sure...      source
@sohilgupta @dirceu Already reading, great book.      source
Badass book      source
Not that I agree with all of it, but it is still mind-bending speculation about our future.      source
Very interesting alternative perspective on life from a historian. Anti-religion, anti-humanism, pro-animal. Seems detached, but is quite opinionated. Much to think about, regardless. My notes here give a taste. A lot to think about.      source
Great (and sobering) book about our future, especially if big tech continues unchecked. “One central project will be to protect humankind & the planet as a whole from the dangers inherent in our own power” @harari_yuval      source
@chronic_trader I tried but I cant do ten and there isn't enough room for a full list so books Ive recently enjoyed are: Sapiens Homo Deus The Silk Road The Lean Start Up Trust me Im lying Conspiracy Chaos Monkeys David Bowie - A life Why Minksy Matters The Sheltering Sky The Undoing Project      source
Non-work books I've read that I recommend      source
@Alejandro_R_C As an intro, these ones helped me: - Life 3.0 / Max Tegmark - 21 Lessons for the 21st Century / Yuval Noah Harari - Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow / Yuval Noah Harari      source
“Happiness is driven more by expectations than conditions.” Good reminder from a great book Homo Deus.      source