The list author says: "A radically different future is emerging, one shaded with hope and danger. Technology is advancing rapidly, pushing our society forward, dragging religion and government in its wake. Many books have been written to guide us into these uncertain years, and the best concerning artificial intelligence are referenced in this list. For additional information, visit www.danronco.com."
"Breakpoint is another warning about the high voltage danger to our communication networks illustrated in my novel PeaceMaker. Both novels, set in 2012, warn of the vulnerabilities of our computer-linked societies. Disrupt these networks and society crumbles. The equation is simple: Technology + Terrorism = Destruction."
"David Brown, a brilliant but troubled young man, was raised in the dark shadow of his long-dead father, a software genius who unleashed a computer virus that murdered thousands. When David receives a decade-old email that indicates his father may have been framed, he plunges into a gut-wrenching race with the real killers to discover the truth about his father Â… and himself."
"Although the focus of this book is genetic engineering, Gregory Stock makes a good case in the initial chapters that germline manipulation will enable humans to keep pace with artificial intelligence."