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  • Written by: Robin Morgan
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  • Length: 19 mins
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Yuval Noah Harari

Written by: Robin Morgan
Narrated by: Yuval Noah Harari

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Professor Yuval Noah Harari is a lecturer at the Department of History at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Gaining his PhD from Oxford University, he has published several books and articles. His most recent works comprise the international bestseller Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and, most recently Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow.

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Important to understanding the WEF

Coming financial crisis? From what? The useless people displaced by AI or the Financial oligarchs planning to displace the people who will be displaced by AI?

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  • 2020-06-01

Very intriguing

Great talk on how AI will change our lives and how fast this will happen

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A pleasant surprise

Going into this, I didn’t realise this but, this session is full of ideas and arguments that I could actually discuss in in a dissertation that I’m writing.

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  • Wen
  • 2017-12-08

Not a prophecy?

The only way to engage a global discussion is to make a prophecy, no matter how the author tries to spin this, he did make prophecies in his work and did actually employed a tone of a prophet in all his work (and he did, indeed, engaged a global discussion, but at what cost?). One question that I would really like to ask him, does he believe that there is a definite answer to all problems? I can already guess his answer, but does he truly believe that? That there is a universal measurement of truth? Despite the fact that Mr.Harari have read (reading to answer a "big" question, does this imply that he already knows what to look for before he opens a book? If so, how can he get more perspective? Reading is not only to read the things that people like to read but everything that matters to construct different perspective of the world.) a lot of books, I still can't shake the feeling that his vision is going into a very narrow tunnel where the light at the end is not meant to shine upon the future of humankind.

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