Get Technology (Hardcover)

Be in the know. Upgrade your future: 20 thought-provoking lessons (BUILD+BECOME)

By Gerald Lynch

Aurum Press, 9781781317488, 160pp.

Publication Date: May 3, 2018

List Price: 16.99*
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Description

Know technology today, to equip yourself for tomorrow.

Using a unique, visual approach, Gerald Lynch explains the most important tech developments of the modern world – examining their impact on society and how, ultimately, we can use technology to achieve our full potential.

From the driverless transport systems hitting our roads to the nanobots and artificial intelligence pushing human capabilities to their limits, in 20 dip-in lessons this book introduces the most exciting and important technological concepts of our age, helping you to better understand the world around you today, tomorrow and in the decades to come.

At Build and Become we believe in building knowledge that helps you navigate your world. Our books help you make sense of the changing world around you by taking you from concept to real-life application through 20 accessible lessons designed to make you think. Create your library of knowledge. For further information on Build&Become, follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook


About the Author

GERALD LYNCH is Associate Editor of technology website TechRadar. Previously Editor of Gizmodo UK, he has written for publications including Kotaku, the Mirror and Lifehacker, and is a regular technology pundit for the BBC. Gerald was on the judging panel for the 2016 James Dyson Award. Gerald lives in London.
 



Praise For Get Technology: Be in the know. Upgrade your future: 20 thought-provoking lessons (BUILD+BECOME)

"Get Technology is an approachable guide to the present and future realities that are transforming our world. It’s refreshingly digestible, and makes clear that though technology is triggering rapid changes, understanding that potential gives hope to a brighter, cleaner, smarter, and more efficient society."
- Guinness World Record-holding journalist and communications director, Darren Murph