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The book encourages us to reflect on the dynamics, the logic, the risks and the opportunities of the imminent algorithmic society.

The author ties together its technical, economic and social aspects and investigates how it will affect the labour world, particularly from the fascinating perspective of biology algorithms.

The book places people – especially workers – at the core of developments in economy and technology, observing past organism trends and hypothesising immediate developments.

There is no attempt to intimidate or delude because the future of artificial and augmented intelligence is far from set in stone.


Massimo Chiriatti is a technologist. He works with universities and syndicates to plan digital economy training events. He is an active participant at congresses and writes mostly about innovation and the future of work.