Life 3.0 – Human beings in the Age of Artificial Intelligence by Max Tegmark

In this book, Max Tegmark the author, reveals the common myths surrounding the concept of artificial intelligence and provides the reader with a broad range of perspectives. With artificial intelligence creeping into all the aspects of society and business, Max’s goal is to introduce readers to the ‘most significant conversation of our time. AI is going to be beneficial for the human race, it should be controlled. Artificial intelligent computers are going to have the ability to think.

Hit Refresh: by Satya Nadella

Satya Nadella, the CEO of Microsoft and a great enthusiast of cricket, launched Hit Refresh last year in London, which is generally an autobiography. The book was co-authored by Jill Tracie, a former employee of Microsoft. The CEO narrates his story while growing up in India to before migrating to the US to lead significant transformations in the digital age. Besides, he shares his remarkable journey rising to CEO in Microsoft and elaborates how the company revived its soul changing everything from the original culture to industry partnerships.

Geek Girl Rising By Samantha Walravens and Heather Cabot

Through real stories, both Walravens and Cabot talk of women making significant transformations in the tech industry. It shows the experience of women in the technology and entrepreneurship world. Besides, the book is not about the favourite tech innovators like Marissa Mayer and Sheryl Sandberg, but the authors concentrate on female entrepreneurs who are striving to start companies with the aim of investing in each other. The book also features great entrepreneurs like Joanne Wilson and Debbie Sterling.

From Airline Reservations to Sonic the Hedgehog by Martin Campbell Kelly

The concept of software makes our smartphones seem fantastic. Examples of software operations include Twitter, Amazon and Google and various companies have invested in capital funding lately. The book authored by Martin Campbell discovers the history of the industry from the time of custom programming to the mass-market software and the inception of video games. Since 1950, the industry has advanced to become among the most significant industrial sector of the US economy.

Genentech by Sally Smith Hughes

The idea of technology is more than just computers, software and chips. The book that focuses on primary-source documents and oral histories shows the rise of Genentech, a Silicon Valley-based biotech firm. It is a great story that shows a global population that was terrified by ‘genetic engineering’. The book narrates a great collaboration and pushback among scientists, venture capitalists, and academics.

Fire in the Valley by Paul Freiberger and Michael Swaine

The valley here implies to the Silicon Valley, and the author narrates a story that reveals the Charles Babbage’s difference engine during the 19th century. Besides, the author talks about the most significant technology firms among them Apple. However, the book offers the reader a perfect reminder of magazines, newsletters, and incidental meetings that led to the personal computer’s rise. Read this book and find all the vibrant details concerning the making of the personal computer.

The Idea Is Brilliant- Lost, Overlooked, And Underappreciated Scientific Concepts Everyone Should Know By John Brockman

This book identifies various scientific concepts that require more attention with selected input from Richard Dawkins, an evolutionary biologist and Nicholas Carr, a great technology writer. It is the current creation of, a website that focuses on ideas in areas like Physics, Computer Science, genetics, psychology and neurophysiology. The author has published other books using the expert –crowd-funded model.

The Ultimate History of Video Games: From Pong to Pokemon by Steven L Kent

For all the books and great stories, nothing comes close to The Ultimate History. Currently, the video game industry is now significant than movies, with its origin coming from pinball balls, mafia connections and the world of gambling. Other academic analysis should supplement the book.

The Inevitable by Kevin Kelly

Among all the technology books under discussion, ‘The inevitable’ is a book that takes readers to the next 30 years of their lives. It majorly focuses on 12 different imperatives that will change how we live such as the digital economy, AI and virtual reality. The book strives to help us understand how tech will transform the future of our world.

The Four: The Hidden DNA of Facebook, Apple, Amazon, and Google by Scott Galloway

In the 1990s, Microsoft was the most significant technology firm, but currently, the focus is on the best four companies. Scott Galloway analyses the strategies that resulted in the dominance of the world’s most significant technology companies. AKA FANG. They do things differently. The book is perfect for those people who desire to understand what constitutes their shiny interfaces. Before, after Scott separates the influence of other technology firms, he emphasises that people should think differently concerning education and careers.


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