After three years of work, I published my first book independently. In it, I delve into the geopolitics and philosophy of an era dominated by Artificial Intelligence. I explore the neural networks that shape these algorithms to the divergent models of development of the West and the East, both crossed by the crisis that disruptive technology creates in the labor market. In this book, I interrogate the future of the nation-state, question whether we are facing a new Manhattan Project, and invite the reader to reflect on whether our DNA is becoming just another algorithm. How will we regulate this technology? Is our goal to control the algorithms or to regulate humanity? For the first time, we can write a new script, a new social contract, but now with many more hands. This is going to be the show of our lives. I wouldn't miss it.
Grab your copy at the official website of The Virtual States (only in Spanish for now).