This month, we are delighted to showcase a particularly noteworthy review by Vitali Vitaliev. Vitali is Features Editor at E&T Magazine, and has previously worked for newspapers and magazines in Russia, England, Scotland, Australia and Ireland. In his review of Technolife 2035: How Will Technology Change Our Future? by Elina and Kari Hiltunen, he describes their title as “the book like no other.”
"He who predicts the future is lying, even when he is right,' according to an old saying. Courageously, the authors of this extraordinary book – two prominent Finnish futurists – quote this adage themselves in the Introduction. Indeed, this is the book like no other. The Hiltunens have come up with something that was very much needed: a book of futuristic analysis of technological trends which is accessible to almost everyone, not just to scientists and engineers, albeit the latter will undoubtedly enjoy reading it too."
–Vitali Vitaliev, Engineering & Technology
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