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Unemployment Today | Audiobook Chapter 1 | Robots Will Steal Your Job, But That's OK

Unemployment Today, the first chapter of the Audiobook "Robots Will Steal Your Job, But That's OK" completely FREE on konoz!

If you'd like to download high quality MP3 files of this audiobook as I release them and the full package once it's done, go this address at konoz and claim one of the rewards. https://konoz.io/invitation/federico-pistono

Billionaire Johann Rupert Worried by AI and Unemployment, Urges People to Read "Robots Will Steal Your Job, But That's OK"

Multi-Billionaire Johann Rupert, CEO of luxury giant Richemont takes a stance against the growing wealth gap, calling it 'unfair' and 'unsustainable', and urges people to read my book "Robots Will Steal Your Job, But That's OK" as proof of the next wave of unemployment bright by Artificial intelligence and automation. Times are changing.

One book

One book, four languages, hundreds of ideas, millions reached. Thank you all. http://bit.ly/rwsyj

Publishing my first novel, "A Tale of Two Futures"

Almost two years in the making. Finally finished my first novel. This is my Christmas present for you.





What will the future look like, and what can you do to change it?

A Tale of Two Futures is a sci-fi young adult novella that tells the story of an average day in life in two very different futures, one where things have gone terribly wrong, and the other where things have gone amazingly right.

The future will either be beautiful beyond imagination; or dismayingly horrifying, much worse than sci-fi dystopias have prepared us for.

The difference between the two futures lies in the choices we make.

Most people think that the world is too big, too immense for any individual to have an impact, because anything we do is merely a drop in the ocean. But what is an ocean, if not a multitude of drops?

Find out more on the book's page: http://federicopistono.org/books/tale2futures

The book is available for Kindle, iBooks, PDF, and ePub. As always, it's published under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license and all files are DRM-free.

January 2014 Book Update

Dear friends,

I have a short but important announcement to make. The very first published version of "Robots Will Steal Your Jobs, but That's OK" contained some spelling mistakes and was in dire need of additional proofreading. The current revision (January 2014) should have all of that fixed, and for that I must thank my friends Immanuel Otto and Adam Waterhouse.

If you downloaded the PDF version, you should have received a download link via email with the latest revision. If you purchased the Kindle version, an update should be coming within 2-4 weeks (Amazon time, I can't control that), same goes for ePub and the iBookstore.

If instead you like paper and got yourself a physical copy, don't worry, I didn't forget about you! You may use Kindle MatchBook and get the Kindle version for free!

Thank you all for the support, between several book world tours and incredible discussions, it's been quite a ride.

Federico Pistono

Reason and Science [Eventually] Podcast

This post is not strictly related to the book, but I think it may interest many of you. It's something I've been meaning to do for a long time. I try to keep in touch with you guys as much as possible, but I receive more emails and messages than I can humanly manage. I like facebook/twitter and all, but I feel that we need a more 'intimate' medium, more personal. And so it is with great pleasure that I announce the first episode of a podcast series called "Reason and Science [Eventually]" (RASE). It's absolutely free, released under CC-BY-NC-SA, you can download the MP3, watch it on youtube, or subscribe on iTunes.


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The first episode is called "A quintessence of dust".

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