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    “While we need to rewrite the rules of the 21st-century economy, Kevin’s book is a great look at how people can do this on a personal level to always put humanity first.” (Andrew Yang)

    “A clear, compelling strategy for surviving the next wave of technology with our jobs - and souls - intact.” (Charles Duhigg, author of The Power of Habit)

    The machines are here. After decades of sci-fi fantasies and hype, artificial intelligence has leapt out of research labs and Silicon Valley engineering departments and into the center of our lives. Algorithms shape everything around us, from the news we see to the products we buy and the relationships we form. And while the debate over whether or not automation will destroy jobs rages on, a much more important question is being ignored: 

    What does it mean to be a human in a world that is increasingly built by and for machines? 

    In Futureproof: 9 Rules for Humans in the Age of Automation, New York Times technology columnist Kevin Roose lays out a hopeful, pragmatic vision of how people can succeed in the machine age by making themselves irreplaceably human. He shares the secrets of people and organizations that have survived technological change and explains how we can protect our own futures, with lessons like:

    • Do work that is surprising, social, and scarce (the types of work machines can’t do).
    • Demote your phone.
    • Work near other people.
    • Treat AI like an army of chimpanzees.
    • Add more friction to your life. 

    Roose rejects the conventional wisdom that in order to compete with machines, we have to become more like them - hyper-efficient, data-driven, code-writing workhorses. Instead, he says, we should let machines be machines and focus on doing the kinds of creative, inspiring, and meaningful things only humans can do.

    This audiobook edition includes a downloadable PDF that contains the Appendix and Reading List from the book.

    PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.  

    ©2021 Kevin Roose (P)2021 Random House Audio

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    “While I think that Skynet is still going to send the Terminator back to try to kill humanity someday, it’s worth your time and attention - if that is still a thing in the addled Internet age - to read Kevin Roose’s bracing book now. Why? Because it’s a primer on the future and how to deal with the incoming today, from AI to automation to robotics and more, by using the tools of creativity and just being human. Whether the digital threat comes from a cybernetic organism from 2459 arriving in a big ball of lightning or from that innocent-looking mobile supercomputer in your hand, I do know that you need to prepare for the next tech age. And there’s no better way to do it than to futureproof yourself by letting Roose show you how.” (Kara Swisher, co-founder of Recode, host of the podcasts Recode Decode and Pivot, and a New York Times contributing opinion writer)

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    • Wesley Kotcher
    • 20/03/2021

    Author is not an expert on the subject

    The author is a journalist with very clear biases towards conservatives.
    While the author brings up some great points on the future of work, the book had entire sections on subject matter that has nothing to do with future proofing work. One section in particular talked about the author's struggle with cell phone addiction!
    If you're wanting to read a real book from a real expert (Oxford economics professor) on the future of work I suggest reading Daniel Susskind's book a World Without Work

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    • Amazon Customer
    • 20/03/2021

    Alarming and comforting all at once.

    I’m a young truck driver. 23 years old and have had my CDL for a year. All I heard for years was “The trucking industry is short drivers” and “Truckers make good money” I feel like I’ve been sold a pipe dream, and went 6k$ into debt for a dying career. This book armed me with the knowledge and awareness to confidently take on the future.

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    • Leticia
    • 27/04/2021

    Muy reconfortante

    Me encantó el balance entre realidad y optimismo. Kevin es periodista y te lleva de una manera muy amena sobre los peligros de dejarse llevar solamente por la tecnología, pero también te da esperanza sobre el futuro si logramos hacer equipo y usar la tecnología en beneficio de la humanidad.

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    • CARLOS OSORIO
    • 22/04/2021

    Raveling

    A sensational outcome with a wise analysis and considering all the resources that are nowadays the state of the art in AI.

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    • John B. Reigeluth
    • 22/04/2021

    Required reading

    I shall recommend this book to all I know who work with technology and have the ability to define their career paths.

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    • thedrivein
    • 02/04/2021

    Loved, loved the book...

    Tolerated the writer. Felt like he had no grasp of the content and just phoned it in.

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    • FRANCISCO SANCHEZ
    • 01/04/2021

    Just amazing!

    The way AI was described in so many different aspects of life and history is just an outstanding job by Kevin Roose. This should be read by all high school students.

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    • bababa-baba-ram
    • 28/03/2021

    great except for biased politics

    book was technically informative and format was great. wished the author kept away from biased politics like the media he condemns

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    • Ted Lapis
    • 28/03/2021

    Enjoyable and Thought Provoking

    This work is one that I will reflect on and share. The presentation is very well done, and the material is essential, especially for people who are advocates for a better future for youths.

    We are at a point of development where it is easier for us to end life on Earth, than to provide a better future. The shortcomings of unregulated capitalism and technology are clear.

    We need to work together to find & nourish the adjacent future that will provide a healthier physical, social, and spiritual environment. We need to emphasize the humanities, not tech as an end unto itself.

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    • Amanda Harkins
    • 19/03/2021

    overall good book

    I enjoyed the stories that were used for examples in this book. Very eye opening