Films from the Future
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ISBN-13  978-1-63353-907-5
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Films from the Future

The Technology and Morality of Sci-Fi Movies

By Andrew Maynard
This book aims to provide readers with an essential guide to successfully navigating a future that’s increasingly dominated by complex and powerful new technologies. The primary audience for this book will be 18 – 35 year olds with at least a high school education, who are curious or concerned about emerging trends in science and technology and how they may affect their future, and who also enjoy science fiction movies, read science fiction, or watch TV series like Black Mirror, Altered Carbon, Humans, and West World. An overlapping secondary audience is professionals of all ages working within the technology sector who are actively seeking accessible, novel and useful information on how to develop new technologies responsibly and profitably. The book is primarily aimed at a North American/European audience.

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