On “The Age of AI”

Bookshelves are groaning from the weight of many volumes dissecting the emergence of AI. Some like Kaifu Lee’s AI Superpowers have already been summarized and critiqued by me. (Looi, 2020) However, The Age of AI features a lead author, Henry A. Kissinger, who appears unlikely to pen such a study, if only because he is 98 years old! Indeed his expertise is statecraft and geopolitics. Joining him are two authors more typically aligned with the subject, Eric…

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Entrepreneur, technologist, business strategist, history buff, photographer, with a diverse range of interests.

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