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Yuval Noah Harari and Steven Pinker in conversation, moderated by Dr. Maxim Yakovlev in September 2019.
Bestselling historian and author Yuval Noah Harari meets Ken Roth (executive director of Human Rights Watch), Effy Vayena (professor of bioethics at ETH Zuri...
In a profound talk about technology and power, author and historian Yuval Noah Harari explains the important difference between fascism and nationalism -- and what the consolidation of our data means…
His best-seller “Sapiens” suggests that, in the larger scheme of things, many of our political struggles barely matter.
Why did Homo sapiens diverge from the rest of the animal kingdom and go on to dominate the earth? Communication? Cooperation? According to best-selling author Yuval Noah Harari, that barely scratches…
Climate change should be a warning about what human beings could do to the human species if we aren’t careful with the technologies we’re conjuring up,
The future of religion, politics, and people. From Yuval Noah Harari’s Homo Deus.
Sapiens author said he had authorised revisions to all his books in order to reach ‘diverse audiences around the world’
The best-selling author is a gifted storyteller and popular speaker. But he sacrifices science for sensationalism, and his work is riddled with errors.
«among Harari’s flock are some of the most powerful people in the world, and they come to him much like the ancient kings to their oracles.»
Historian Yuval Noah Harari and computer scientist Fei-Fei Li discuss the promise and perils of the transformative technology with WIRED editor in chief Nicholas Thompson.
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Historian Yuval Noah Harari and ethicist Tristan Harris discuss the future of artificial intelligence with WIRED Editor-in-Chief Nicholas Thompson.
As technology renders jobs obsolete, what will keep us busy? Sapiens author Yuval Noah Harari examines ‘the useless class’ and a new quest for purpose
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