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As high-tech innovation moves at a dizzying rate, our world and society is in danger of spinning off its axis. In The Exponential Age: How Accelerating Technology is Transforming Business, Politics, and Society, entrepreneur Azeem Azhar presents a call-to-arms over the widening gap between AI, automation, and big data, offering a much-needed set of policy solutions to problems like political polarization, ballooning inequality, and unchecked corporate power.
Join us for this discussion with María José Ferrada, Claire Fuller, Eman Quotah, Vinod Busjeet, and Shinie Anthony as these authors from five continents talk about family, identity, and inclusion in their far-ranging novels.
New York Times bestselling author Brit Bennett discusses her stunning novel The Vanishing Half, about identical twin sisters, inseparable as children, who choose to live drastically different lives: one as white and one as black.