Product description: Book published by Newmag. The cover is hard. With this book, Harari raises many important questions, the answers to which we need for our survival. On the way to understanding our past and present, Harar is forced to think about values and meaning, to understand what our mission is in this world full of information and uncertainty.
- What is really happening at the moment?
- What are the challenges and alternatives today?
- What should we pay attention to?
- How do computers and robots change the meaning of being human?
- How do we deal with the epidemic of false news?
- Are nations and religions still important?
- What should we teach our children?
In 21 chapters that both provoke rebellion and give thought, Harar touches on many issues. How can we protect our freedom of choice when the big data haunts us? What will the job market look like in the future, and what skills do you need to avoid it? How should we fight the threat of terrorism? Why is liberal democracy in crisis? Yuval Noy Harari (born 1976) is one of the most influential scientists of the 21st century. He teaches at the Faculty of History of the Jewish University of Jerusalem. In 2014, Harari's "Sapiens. A Brief History of Mankind "book. It started 70,000 years ago, when world recognition was just beginning. Harari tells how a developing man influenced the world ecosystem and how he created empires. The author combines history and science by reviewing popular views, linking past developments to contemporary issues, and looking at individual events in the context of larger ideas. 416 pages