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Having interviewed Federico, listened to a few of his talks, and read this, his first book, it is quite obvious to me that he is very intelligent, very eager to be unbiased, using scientific evidence wherever possible, and very knowledgeable.
The reason this book means so much to me, is because understanding the topics that Federico discusses is essential for humanity to make better decisions about where to go from here. I'm not particularly good at explaining these topics verbally, but now I can just say, "Read Robots Will Steal Your Job..."
The book covers how we can transition to a better world through open sourcing everything, but I would have liked it to have included more about the end goal. The good news is that Federico is planning to publish a new book this month, "A Tale of Two Futures," in which two scenarios will be presented, one where things have gone terribly wrong, and the other where things have amazingly right. Although it's a science fiction book, I think his goal is to give us an idea of where humanity is headed based on the choices we make today.
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Around a little over a third of the end of the book is practical solutions on how to reduce dependence on money for needs such as food, energy
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I enjoyed 'lights in a tunnel' but personally I would say this book is better and well worth the read.Published on 6 Nov. 2012 by Pr Jolliffe