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MegaMinds: Creativity and Invention Paperback – February 25, 2015
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"It takes one to know one! Kilham's visionary mind is applied to provide understanding and a practical path to revolutionary thinking and a model for the application of exponential technologies to the creative process. A must read for those who want to achieve success in our evolving world in which knowledge is power."
Dr. Joseph R. Stetter, Pioneer in sensor technology and instrumentation builder
"Larry Kilham has diligently conveyed his principles of entrepreneurial vision. His book superbly documents all the wisdom and knowledge that I have gained in my many associations with him."
Dr. Richard T. Meyer, Former Director of Georgia's Advanced Technology Development Center and CEO of CIC Photonics, Inc.
"The author extends to us a refreshing review of past and present inventors. Not only is the reader exposed to advanced ideas and research, but he or she is shown how to use and excel in the world of the Internet and big data."
Roy Arsenault, Inventor and entrepreneur
About the Author
Larry Kilham is from the third generation of a family which has produced notable inventors who built successful businesses. The author, a Sloan School of Management graduate from MIT, has three patents and has founded two high-tech companies. In 1986 Larry was the co-recipient of the IR-100 Award cited by Research & Development magazine for developing one of the 100 most significant technical products of the year. His experiences range from complex defense systems analysis to tiny device development. Larry lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico and is keenly interested in AI, ecology, global resources and the science of complexity. More information about his books and his blog can be found at www.FutureBooks.info. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The comments on creative intelligence with reference to Mozart, Einstein and Da Vinci to illustrate a few as comparison of the age of Google and start of this creative Internet and web age along with the mind of someone, such as Steve Jobs who created the entry of a personal computer, is a great composition on which to view this small part of time in the world is thought provoking. The creative intelligence has created the majority of the world's advancement for this planet in this small period of time.
The book is filled with creative minds and their beginnings to great discovery, art and computers to lead us now into an age of computer clouds and AI.
Stimulating ideas. (A+ on that) The analyses and conjectures about creativity and cognition are as exciting as any I've encountered
Cons: Because it's only on Kindle, I can't easily just buy a copy for everyone I work with
Don't like writing reviews, but decided to write one out of disappointment with this book.