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Kurzweil has written several futurology books including The Age of Intelligent Machines (1990), The Age of Spiritual Machines (1999) and The Singularity is Near (2005). In his books he develops the law of accelerating returns.
Ray Kurzweil is a prize-winning author and scientist and the director of engineering at Google. Recipient of the MIT-Lemelson Prize (the world's largest for innovation), and inducted into the Inventor's Hall of Fame, he received the 1999 National Medal of Technology. has been described as 'the restless genius' by The Wall Street Journal, and 'the ultimate thinking machine' by Forbes.
Ray Kurzweil, legendary inventor and author of New York Times bestsellers The Singularity is Near and How to Create a Mind, has created inventions and ideas that have changed human civilization.PBS called him ''One of the revolutionaries who made America,'' and Inc. magazine name him ''Edison's rightful heir.'' Now Kurzweil has created a novel and an unforgettable character-Danielle-to help.
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Ray Kurzweil is an American technology expert, who documents his findings on computer science through published literature. On top of his field of study, Ray is a key figure in the development of optical character recognition (OCR), text-to-speech synthesis, speech recognition technology, and electronic keyboard instruments. With his countless years of experience, Ray has published books on.
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In his most recent book, The Singularity Is Near, author and inventor Ray Kurzweilprovides us with a clue. Imagine that with the help of a small device you could create a perfect replica of any ob-ject—Gianlorenzo Bernini’s David, the hub cap from a ’78 Dodge Dart—seemingly from vapor.