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The Beginning of Infinity - David Deutsch

Taking us on a journey through every fundamental field of science, as well as the history of civilization, art, moral values, and the theory of political institutions, Deutsch tracks how we form new explanations and drop bad ones, explaining the conditions under which progress—which he argues is potentially boundless—can and cannot happen.

The Second Machine Age -  Erik Brynjolfsson

The Second Machine Age explores the role that technology is placing in shaping the future workforce.  Along the way, the authors provide analysis on key topics such as innovation, income inequality, and human capital investments.  The authors remain optimistic about the future and the ability of humans to complement - and not be replaced - by technology.

Dataclysm (Who We Are) - Christian Rudder

The co-founder of the popular dating site OkCupid, guides you through many of the insights he's learned along the way. A fun read that not only highlights the amount of data we leave behind on the web every day, but also the idea that large data pools provide incredibly complex views of us all. The book also provides an amazing example of how psychology and data science are blurring lines. Highly recommended.

All the Light We Cannot See - Anthony Doerr​

"So how, children, does the brain, which lives without a spark of light, build for us a world full of light?”   Effecting beautiful imagery, literal and metaphoric, Doerr incites the reader to reflect on the scientific and philosophical consequences of light…that which can be seen and that which cannot.  Do we, as the author intimates, “spend too much time focused only on a small slice of the infinite spectrum of possibility?”

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