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    • AI Superpowers

    • China, Silicon Valley, and the New World Order
    • De : Kai-Fu Lee
    • Lu par : Mikael Naramore
    • Durée : 9 h et 28 min
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    In his provocative new book, Dr. Kai-Fu Lee - one of the world’s most respected experts on artificial intelligence - reveals that China has suddenly caught up to the US, the leader in AI, at an astonishingly rapid pace. Building upon his longstanding US-Sino technology career (working at Apple, Microsoft, and Google) and his much-heralded New York Times Op-Ed from June 2017, Dr. Lee predicts that Chinese and American AI will have a stunning impact on not just traditional blue-collar industries but will also have a devastating effect on white-collar professions.

    Prix : 22,44 €

    • Sons of Cain

    • A History of Serial Killers from the Stone Age to the Present
    • De : Peter Vronsky
    • Lu par : Mikael Naramore
    • Durée : 15 h et 1 min
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    In Sons of Cain - a book that fills the gap between dry academic studies and sensationalized true crime - investigative historian Peter Vronsky examines our understanding of serial killing from its prehistoric anthropological evolutionary dimensions in the pre-civilization era (c. 15,000 BC) to today. Delving further back into human history and deeper into the human psyche than Serial Killers - Vronsky's 2004 book, which has been called "the definitive history of the phenomenon of serial murder" - he focuses strictly on sexual serial killers.

    Prix : 26,93 €

    • Unanswered Cries

    • A True Story of Friends, Neighbors, and Murder in a Small Town
    • De : Thomas French
    • Lu par : Mikael Naramore
    • Durée : 13 h et 31 min
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    On a warm Florida evening, Karen Gregory saw a familiar face at her door. What the beautiful young woman could not know was that she was staring into the eyes of her killer - a savage monster who would rape her, stab her to death, and leave her battered body on the floor outside the bedroom. Detectives frantically sifting through the evidence were tormented by one disturbing question after another....

    Prix : 26,93 €

    • Who Killed JonBenet Ramsey?

    • De : Charles Bosworth, Cyril H. Wecht
    • Lu par : Mikael Naramore
    • Durée : 10 h et 22 min
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    Nationally renowned forensic pathologist Dr. Cyril Wecht and New York Times bestselling author Charles Bosworth, Jr. have written a riveting narrative that exposes the disturbing truth behind the Christmas day murder of six-year-old JonBenet Ramsey. Dr. Wecht's expert analysis of the public record leads to shocking new conclusions divulged here for the first time.

    Prix : 24,71 €

    • The Hunting Hypothesis: A Personal Conclusion Concerning the Evolutionary Nature of Man

    • Robert Ardrey's Nature of Man Series, Volume 5
    • De : Robert Ardrey
    • Lu par : Mikael Naramore
    • Durée : 8 h et 10 min
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    Robert Ardrey guides the listener on a remarkable journey of discovery through 20 million years of man's prehistory: from the days when his ancestors first emerged from the forests of Africa during the benevolent warmth and rains of the Miocene, through the unremitting drought of the Pliocene and the dramatic climactic shifts of the Pleistocene, down to those few thousand years past when man emerged at last onto the stage of recorded history as a fully evolved hunting animal.

    Prix : 19,76 €

    • The Social Contract: A Personal Inquiry into the Evolutionary Sources of Order and Disorder

    • Robert Ardrey's Nature of Man Series Book 3
    • De : Robert Ardrey
    • Lu par : Mikael Naramore
    • Durée : 14 h et 7 min
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    Violation of biological command has been the failure of social man. Vertebrates though we may be, we have ignored the law of equal opportunity since civilization's earliest hours. Sexually reproducing beings though we are, we pretend today that the law of inequality does not exist. And enlightened though we may be, while we pursue the unattainable we make impossible the realizable.

    Prix : 22,40 €

    • The Territorial Imperative: A Personal Inquiry into the Animal Origins of Property and Nations

    • Nature of Man, Book 2
    • De : Robert Ardrey
    • Lu par : Mikael Naramore
    • Durée : 13 h et 31 min
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    The Territorial Imperative is a work of wit, of literary wealth, of high adventure. The author draws on his inexhaustible knowledge of animal ways and takes his listeners on deep excursions into the ancient animal world, and on deep penetrations of the contemporary human wilderness.

    Prix : 23,93 €

    • How History Gets Things Wrong

    • The Neuroscience of Our Addiction to Stories
    • De : Alex Rosenberg
    • Lu par : Mikael Naramore
    • Durée : 10 h et 41 min
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    To understand something, you need to know its history. Right? Wrong, says Alex Rosenberg in How History Gets Things Wrong. Feeling especially well-informed after reading a book of popular history on the best-seller list? Don't. Narrative history is always, always wrong. It not just incomplete or inaccurate but deeply wrong, as wrong as Ptolemaic astronomy. We no longer believe that the earth is the center of the universe. Why do we still believe in historical narrative? Our attachment to history as a vehicle for understanding has a long Darwinian pedigree and a genetic basis.

    Prix : 26,93 €