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AI, Philosophy and a Hint of Chess: 5 Book Recommendations from Andrey Insarov, CEO of it.com Domain

Oct 12, 2023
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Greetings, domain investors and bookworms! As we bid farewell to 2023, @Andrey Insarov, the CEO of it.com Domains, invites you on a literary journey that intertwines the realms of artificial intelligence, profound philosophy, and the strategic finesse of chess.

In his latest blog post https://get.it.com/blog/ai-philosop...ns-from-andrey-insarov-ceo-of-it-com-domains/, Andrey shares his personal insights and unveils his own top-5 list of must-read books this holiday season.

1. "Klara and the Sun" by Kazuo Ishiguro: Dive into a thought-provoking science fiction narrative that explores the moral nuances of artificial intelligence. Ishiguro's Nobel laureate touch will take you on a journey through the eyes of Klara, an intelligent and empathetic robot, challenging your perceptions of humanity and technology.

2. "Every Move Must Have a Purpose" by Bruce Pandolfini: Join America’s most experienced chess teacher, Bruce Pandolfini, as he unravels the strategic parallels between chess and life. Learn the art of purposeful decision-making, adaptability, and innovative thinking that transcends the chessboard and permeates every aspect of your life.

3. "Do You Remember Being Born?" by Sean Michaels: Sean Michaels, a Scotiabank Giller Prize winner, crafts a compelling narrative around the intersection of human creativity and artificial intelligence. This novel weaves a captivating tale of collaboration between a poet and an AI, prompting introspection on the nature of artmaking as a solitary endeavor.

4. "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance" by Robert M. Pirsig: Embark on a philosophical journey exploring the complexities of human existence, the purpose of life, and the delicate balance between art and science. Pirsig's introspective narrative invites you to ponder life's deeper meanings as you traverse the American countryside on a motorcycle.

5. "Freakonomics" by Steven Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner: Challenge conventional economic wisdom with this unconventional exploration of the connections between economics and social phenomena. Levitt and Dubner dissect societal beliefs, offering fresh perspectives backed by compelling statistical analysis.

Let us touch topics about these books next time we meet in person.

Happy reading!

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