Truth? Philosophical questions in the age of the machine

From the author of the the international bestsellers Aliens Among Us, Life After Dark and Experimental Physics in Practice comes the enthralling new book Truth? Philosophical Questions in the Age of the Machine.

Answers are hard to come by, but answers are what we need moving forwards. Science and the technologies that it spawns are moving at an ever accelerating rate, raising societal questions of not just how to deal with it, but even what are universal truths?

These questions are not just for scientists to confront alone, but for every man, woman and child. As science takes us closer to science fiction, does it move us even close to what some call god?

This is the line that we walk. Bell probes not just the sciences that we face, but our very souls, asking tough questions about what it means to be human and how do we apply that moving forwards.

Truth? Philosophical Questions in the Age of the Machine
is a fascinating tour through the cutting edge sciences that Bell himself deals with on a day-to-day basis. He’ll take you inside his lab and make you face the tough questions. Are you brave enough for the journey?

Praise for Truth?

“Undeniably smart.”
—New York Herald

Adventurous, smart, funny. Bell continues to push us towards a better future.”
—Toronto Times

“Bell shares his day job problems with us and we’re the better for it. Don’t forget to check under the bed before you go to sleep.”
—London Sun

Provocative and ground-breaking. Truth? attempts to answer more questions about who we are in a new century than any other book out there.”

“Watch it blow your mind!”
—Steve Works

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