Calum Chace (author)

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A best-selling writer on artificial intelligence (AI), focusing on the medium- and long-term impact of AI on all of us, our societies and our economies.

Calum chace

Calum Chace is a global keynote speaker and best-selling writer on artificial intelligence. 

His non-fiction books on AI are "Surviving AI", about strong AI and superintelligence, and "The Economic Singularity", about the prospect of widespread technological unemployment. Both are now in their third editions.

He also wrote "Pandora's Brain" and "Pandora’s Oracle", a pair of techno-thrillers about the first superintelligence. He is a regular contributor to Forbes.

He is co-founder of a think tank focused on the future of jobs, called the Economic Singularity Foundation. The Foundation has published "Stories from 2045", a collection of short stories written by its members.

Before becoming a full-time writer and speaker, Calum had a 30-year career in journalism and in business, as a marketer, a strategy consultant and a CEO. He studied philosophy at Oxford University, which confirmed his suspicion that science fiction is actually philosophy in fancy dress.

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A techno-thriller about the arrival of the first superintelligence
A high-concept techno-thriller which describes our future after the arrival on earth of the first artificial super-intelligence.
A concise, easy-to-read guide to the history and the current state of AI, and looking ahead to the possible creation of a superintelligence - the technological singularity.
The Economic Singularity is the time when most people cannot find employment, because machines can do everything that humans can do for money cheaper, faster, and better than they can.