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What a production

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Reviewed: 20-09-2019

Thanks for sharing your insights.
I throughly enjoyed the listen and I highly recommend everyone do the same.

3 of 4 people found this review helpful

Be careful what you feed your mind

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Reviewed: 17-04-2019

The nature of the mind is both ridged and perfect able. The mind adaptive to input and what you feed it will take physical form in the hardwiring of your brain.

Absolutely transformative

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Reviewed: 03-01-2019

What a gem of a book. Very well written and narrated and packed with vast amounts of extremely useful and enlightening content.

This book will change the way you are the world. It is essential to mental health that we view each other as a whole entity.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

Outstanding

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Reviewed: 21-08-2018

This book makes we wish I had never given any other book 5 stars.

This is by far the best book I have ever read. This should be a compulsory read for every single human being.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

So much emotion - loved it

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Reviewed: 01-02-2018

This was a truly informative read and will make you wise beyond your years. This is something I’d definitely make my children read as they reach adolescents.

Simple rules with intelligence and plenty of depth.

14 of 21 people found this review helpful

Brilliant

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Reviewed: 22-01-2018

Yuval discusses a range of topics that influence the human race such as religion, politics, capitalism,
humanism and dataism. He looks back on our past and suggests a future when computers make the human race look about as useful as a chickens.

3 Major questions are raised to think deeply about over the next 50 years.

1. Are organisms really just algorithms and is life really just data processing?

2. What's more valuable: Intelligence or Consciousness?

3. What will happen to society, politics and daily life when non-conscious but highly intelligent algorithms know us better than we know ourselves.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful