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AI Needs You: How We Can Change AI’s Future and Save Our Own

A loud and clear call to action regarding AI’s future, which is put into perspective by probing the history of three other major technological innovations, not a book about AI’s day-to-day utilization.
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Token Supremacy: The Art of Finance, the Finance of Art, and the Great Crypto Crash of 2022

A fascinating tale about NFTs, the art market, and investment for curious readers who have a solid understanding of how crypto and finance work.

Best Science & Technology of 2023

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Robots and the People Who Love Them: Holding on to Our Humanity in an Age of Social Robots

A good, thought-provoking acquisition about the deep changes that robots could bring to society. For technologically aware patrons.
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Breaking Twitter: Elon Musk and the Most Controversial Corporate Takeover in History

Not a pure history, but its novelistic style may draw a popular audience.
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The Hank Show: How a House-Painting, Drug-Running DEA Informant Built the Machine That Rules Our Lives

A timely book that reads like a Hunter S. Thompson adventure. A recommended purchase for libraries with computer science, public policy, or current events collections.
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Traffic: Genius, Rivalry, and Delusion in the Billion-Dollar Race To Go Viral

Ideal for internet-culture aficionados as well as listeners interested in insider peeks at dot-com businesses of the recent past.

Your Face Belongs to Us: A Secretive Startup’s Quest To End Privacy as We Know It

This prime example of exemplary investigative reporting spotlights the hazards of unregulated big data mining.
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How Data Happened: A History from the Age of Reason to the Age of Algorithms

Wiggins and Jones’s analysis of how data has been gathered, interpreted, and disseminated over the past century raises many questions about how data will be used in future endeavors. A thought-provoking and well-researched discussion that should appeal to fans of Sinan Aral’s The Hype Machine.
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