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by Eric L. Harry
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The Society of the Mind was an attempt to dive into the effect of technology on humanity.
The Society of the Mind was an attempt to dive into the effect of technology on humanity. It is a very broad philosophical view of humanity, technology, sociology (and a whole bunch of other -ologies), the future, the past and everything else. I usually enjoy deeper reads and was not put off by complexities of the subject matter or his attempt to jam it all together.
Society of the Mind book. Shutdown van Eric L. Harry, de bestseller auteur van World War III, ISB Nummer 90-229-8365-X Dit is de Nederlandse uitgave van Aeropagus
Society of the Mind book. Harry, de bestseller auteur van World War III, ISB Nummer 90-229-8365-X Dit is de Nederlandse uitgave van Aeropagus. Ik kon de Nederlandse uitgave niet op Goodreads vinden, dus heb ik maar de Engelse uitgave genomen. Als ik me goed herinner heb ik dit boek ook gekocht de eerste keer dat deze werd uitgegeven. Dat zal dan rond 1996 geweest moeten zijn. Deze uitgave geeft geen informatie wat betreft de druk en jaar van uitgave.
Eric L. Harry (born December 2, 1958) is an American author and lawyer, best known for his novels Arc Light and Invasion. He has also written Society of the Mind, along with Protect and Defend. Harry was born in Ocean Springs, Mississippi on December 2, 1958, and grew up in Laurel, Mississippi. He attended the Marion Military Institute and the Marine Military Academy. He also attended Vanderbilt University, earning a . in 1980, an MBA in 1983, and a JD in 1984.
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Harvard psychology professor Laura Aldrich is summoned to the estate of eccentric billionaire Joseph Gray. Her task is to diagnose possible mental illness in his supercomputer which, like Gray's robots, has been constructed from neural networks and patiently taught physical and mental skills. Is Gray a mad genius bent on ruling (or destroying) the world? Or will he advance civilization beyond our wildest dreams. o read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
Author Eric L. Harry. Madness has gone viral. The world is not the same since the Pandoravirus outbreak changed the essence of human nature. Those affected by the disease are consumed by adrenal rage. They erupt in violence with the slightest provocation. Harvard psychology professor Laura Aldrich is summoned to the estate of eccentric billionaire Joseph Gray.
Society of the Mind is the story of Dr. Laura Aldridge, a young Harvard psychology professor who is offered a seven-figure sum for a week of unspecified consultation by enigmatic inventor and computer genius Joseph Gray. Unknown to all but Gray's immediate staff, his prized invention and alter-ego - a massive, artificially intelligent neurocomputer - lies buried deep underground; its "mind" has grown troubled and its wide-ranging errors cause for grave concern.
Books related to Society of the Mind. More by Eric L Harry. Harry is an engaging author who captured my imagination and attention with this book! . I like to read fiction slowly and absorb the nuances of the plot and descriptive writing. Harry is an engaging author who captured my imagination and attention with this book! He has written a real page-turner with this one. He showed a lot of good imagination by writing a lot about new inventions that are within our grasp, and the only thing that I thought was a little unrealistic was the VR room with walls that moved in to conform to your body.
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