Konyv: 21 lessons for the 21st century

Konyv: 21 lessons for the 21st century



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Kosár tartalma. Azonnal szállítható Raktáron. In bringing his focus to the here and now, Harari will help us to grapple with a world that is increasingly hard to comprehend, encouraging us to focus our minds on the essential questions we should be asking ourselves today. Employing his trademark entertaining and lucid style, Harari will examine some of the world's most urgent issues, including terrorism, fake news and immigration, as well as turning to more individual concerns, from resilience and humility to meditation. Yuval Noah Harari Sapiens - Rajzolt történelem. Yuval Noah Harari 21 lecke a Yuval Noah Harari Homo Deus. Yuval Noah Harari Sapiens - Az emberiség rövid története. Yuval Noah Harari 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. Vásárlási tudnivalók. Regisztráció Bejelentkezés A kosárban 0 db termék van összesen 0 Ft értékben. Életmód, egészség. Gyermek- és ifjúsági. Gyermekek és szülők. Idegen nyelvű. Kert és lakás. Lexikon, enciklopédia. Pénz, befektetés, üzlet. Szórakoztató irodalom. Szótár, nyelvkönyv. Tankönyv, segédkönyv. Blanka Lipinska nap konyv: 21 lessons for the 21st century. Blanka Lipinska nap 3. Richard Osman A csütörtöki nyomozóklub 4 Ft 3 Ft. Fábián Janka Cholera-napló 3 Ft 2 Ft. Perintfalvi Rita Amire nincs bocsánat 3 Ft 3 Ft. Leiner Laura Higgy nekem 3 Ft 3 Ft. Szűcs Péter Dharma 3 Ft 3 Ft. Mhairi Mcfarlane Last Night. Louise Glück Poems Orwell George Michael Geoghegan The Ruins of the Reich. Kazuo Ishiguro The Remains of the Day. Yuval Noah Harari további könyvei.

Say that to all candle makers who missed the memo that electricity was going to disrupt their business. The revolution of automation and AI will make humans redundant from all sorts of fields from truck-drivers to lawyers to accountants to teachers and so on. Forget teaching kids programming, the best skill you can teach them is reinvention. This chapter on education is most interesting to me because of my interest in accelerated learning and education. In it, Harari charts the past and future of the education and what we should be doing now to ensure that the quality of education, information and knowledge is enhanced as opposed to degraded. Not really. Biotechnology, machine learning and algorithms? Should you rely on yourself then? Speed reading is a part of the accelerated learning methodology. Speed reading courses for kids as young as nine are available. If the future of humanity is decided in your absence, because you are too busy feeding and clothing your kids — you and they will not be exempt from the consequences. Harari suggests that the conversation should be about real threats to humanity such as climate change, technological disruption, bioengineering DNA editing and about AI. We need to ensure that the artificial intelligence and biotechnology which are creating new capabilities will enhance what it is to be human and not threaten it. Already, a machine learning or deep learning algorithms can analyse the biometric data streaming from body sensor and can determine your personality type, your health issues and even your mood. It already begins to be responsible for its actions.

So, if AI can beat anyone in tactical games such as chess or go in seconds…and everything is online connected… what then, when artificial intelligence becomes conscious? Will humans lose control of the infrastructure of society? We are not yet ready — intellectually, philosophically or morally — for the world we are creating. To take humanity to the next level, we need to have effective global politics and policies that will ensure the survival of the human race. It is a bit like African and Native American tribes who unwittingly sold entire countries to European imperialists in exchange for colourful beads and cheap trinkets. Homo sapiens is a post-truth species, whose power depends on creating and believing fictions. Every person, group, and nation has its own konyv: 21 lessons for the 21st century and myths. Harari explains and puts it all in perspective how few people are killed by terrorists as compared to traffic deaths, war fatalities and illness. So, why then are we so frightened by terrorists, he asks. Fear is a contagious and immobilising emotion and that is what the terrorists want us to feel — and overreact. He suggests shifting from panic and prophecies of doom to bewilderment which is more clear-sighted.

Having said that, only 11 countries out of the studied today are free from conflict of one kind or another according to Institute of Economics and Peace latest study and the real threat of a nuclear war is still there because of human stupidity and if terrorists get hold of it. The future of war is AI arms race and whoever will win it will rule the world. A quick look konyv: 21 lessons for the 21st century history reveals that disinformation and propaganda are nothing new and humans have always lived in the age of post-truth. Then he points out that religious texts are fake news. The difference nowadays is that you can tailor the story to particular individuals because you know how they operate, their beliefs and prejudices, etc. And there is no penalty or accountability for creating a story that is not true. Actually, in the field of normalised lies, telling the truth is illegal now as many whistleblowers have discovered. Harari criticises all religions as pretentious, full of inconsistencies and fundamentally as negative forces. They are just stories invented by our ancestors in order to legitimise social norms and political structures.

Do religions have any positive function? Or do we just need to dismiss them as superstitious rituals? Glastonbury festival has a kind of religious celebration vibe, where strangers celebrate a shared identity through songs, embracing ideas beyond ourselves as if descended from Lutheran Protestantism. And there is plenty of scientific evidence for the health benefits of religions and spirituality. Harari voices his fear of whether humanity has a psychological resilience to face the level and speed of change konyv: 21 lessons for the 21st century has been accelerating for the past two centuries. As the rate of mental illness is exploding, more resources need to be invested to boost psychological resilience in people. Mediation konyv: 21 lessons for the 21st century help people to cope with the stress related to change and uncertainty. He believes that emotional intelligence, mental resilience will be needed more than anything else, especially in the new education system that needs to emerge as a result of all the changes that are happening. The old education system is not adequate for the challenges facing us up to He mentions that studying philosophy can help with mental resilience because philosophy teaches us how to think better and how to imagine possible and unknown scenarios. It is getting in touch with reality. Mediation also helps to have a big picture and broad perspective on life right brain approach as well as focus on details left hemisphere approach. Why is there something rather than nothing? What was there before there was something? Where did the something come from? Who am I? What should I do in life? What is the meaning of my life? It is entirely up to you. Life is about discovering yourself and creating yourself. Is it tough enough to navigate the 21st century? Yuval is an Israeli historian and a tenured professor in the Department of History at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem where he was teaching an introductory course on world history which he took because no other professor was keen to do it probably they regret that now which resulted in the bestselling Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind.

Part I: The Technological Challenge 1. WORK When you grow up, you might not have a job 3. WAR Never underestimate human stupidity Part IV: Truth Part V: Resilience