[ Reading ] ➹ 2030 Author Rutger van Santen – Bassgrotto.co.uk

2030 Imagine Living In 1958, And Knowing That The Integrated Circuit The Microchip Was About To Be Invented, And Would Revolutionize The World Or Imagine 1992, When The Internet Was About To Transform Virtually Every Aspect Of Our Lives Incredibly, This Book Argues That We Stand At Such A Moment Right Now And Not Just In One Field, But In Many.In 2030, Authors Rutger Van Santen, Djan Khoe, And Bram Vermeer Interview Over Two Dozen Scientific And Technological Experts On Themes Of Health, Sustainability And Communication, Asking Them To Look Forward To The Year 2030 And Comment On The Kind Of Research That Will Play A Necessary Role If We Know What Technology Will Be Imperative In 2030, The Authors Reason, What Can We Do Now To Influence Future Breakthroughs Despite Working In Dissimilar Fields, The Experts Called Upon In The Book Including Hans Blix Head Of The UN Investigation In Iraq , Craig Venter Explorer Of The Human DNA , And Susan Greenfield A Leading World Authority On The Human Brain , Among Many Others All Emphasize The Interconnectedness Of Our Global Networks In Technology And Communication, So Tightly Knit That The World S Major Conflicts Are Never Isolated Incidents A Fresh Understanding Of The Regularities Underlying These Complex Systems Is Important Than Ever.Using Bright, Accessible Language To Discuss Topics Of Universal Interest And Relevance, 2030 Takes The Position That We Can, In Fact, Influence The Course Of History It Offers A New Way Of Looking Forward, A Fresh Perspective On Sustainability, Stability And Crisis Prevention For Anyone Interested In Modern Science, This Book Will Showcase The Technologies That Will Soon Change The Way We Live.

  • Hardcover
  • 304 pages
  • 2030
  • Rutger van Santen
  • English
  • 04 May 2019
  • 9780195377170

About the Author: Rutger van Santen

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10 thoughts on “2030

  1. says:

    I really enjoyed this book I learnt so much from it and it made me think about a lot of concepts that I don t normally pay any attention to It took me a while to read it it s definitely not a book that you can read 100 pages at the time because I needed ti...

  2. says:

    An interesting compendium, packed full of existing and future technology and ideas that may become important in the future It boldly goes where others fear to tread by making actual predictions, so we will see if it holds true It gives a little hope for the future, but is not a riveting rea...

  3. says:

    2100 .

  4. says:

    I didn t finish reading this book gasp because it couldn t keep my interest The author would talk about several world problems, introduce interesting facts about said problems, and propose how we could solve the problems ourselves I didn t read or remember any mention of a technological device that could solve these problems Maybe it was because I didn t read far enough, but I think my star rating is decent for my experience I would recommend that everyone at least pic...

  5. says:

    An extrapolation of where existing technological trends could take us Given the adage that surprises often bring the future faster than we expect, this may well be 2025 oe even 2020 in some instances.

  6. says:

    This day a surprisingly interesting book It wasn t quite what I expected, but that wasn t a problem in the end.

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