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“Anyone can grasp Mr. Kurzweilâ€s main idea: that mankindâ€s technological knowledge

has been snowballing, with dizzying prospects for the future. The basics are clearly expressed. But

for those more knowledgeable and inquisitive, the author argues his case in fascinating detail . . .

. The Singularity Is Near is startling in scope and bravado.―—Janet Maslin, The New York

Times“Filled with imaginative, scientifically grounded speculation . . . . The Singularity Is

Near is worth reading just for its wealth of information, all lucidly presented . . . . [Itâ€s] an

important book. Not everything that Kurzweil predicts may come to pass, but a lot of it will, and

even if you donâ€t agree with everything he says, itâ€s all worth paying attention to.―—

The Philadelphia Inquirer“[An] exhilarating and terrifyingly deep look at where we are headed

as a species . . . . Mr. Kurzweil is a brilliant scientist and futurist, and he makes a compelling and,

indeed, a very moving case for his view of the future.―—The New York Sun“Compelling.―

—San Jose Mercury News“Kurzweil links a projected ascendance of artificial intelligence to

the future of the evolutionary process itself. The result is both frightening and enlightening . . . .Â

The Singularity Is Near is a kind of encyclopedic map of what Bill Gates once called ‘the road

ahead.â€â€•â€”The Oregonian“A clear-eyed, sharply-focused vision of the not-so-distant

future.―—The Baltimore Sun“This book offers three things that will make it a seminal

document. 1) It brokers a new idea, not widely known, 2) The idea is about as big as you can get:

the Singularity—all the change in the last million years will be superceded by the change in the

next five minutes, and 3) It is an idea that demands informed response. The bookâ€s claims are

so footnoted, documented, graphed, argued, and plausible in small detail, that it requires the equal

in response. Yet its claims are so outrageous that if true, it would mean . . . well . . . the end of the

world as we know it, and the beginning of utopia. Ray Kurzweil has taken all the strands of the

Singularity meme circulating in the last decades and has united them into a single tome which he

has nailed on our front door. I suspect this will be one of the most cited books of the decade. Like

Paul Ehrlichâ€s upsetting 1972 book Population Bomb, fan or foe, itâ€s the wave at

epicenter you have to start with.―—Kevin Kelly, founder of Wired“Really, really out

there. Delightfully so.―—Businessweek.com“Stunning, utopian vision of the near future

when machine intelligence outpaces the biological brain and what things may look like when that

happens . . . . Approachable and engaging.―—the unofficial Microsoft blog“One of the

most important thinkers of our time, Kurzweil has followed up his earlier works . . . with a work of


startling breadth and audacious scope.―—newmediamusings.com“An attract

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