比尔·盖茨:2018年我喜爱的5本书

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2018年即将但是 开始英语 ,2019年即将来临,又到了比尔盖茨为什么都人推荐年底书单的但是 了,今年比尔盖茨推荐了5本书,从冥想的入门指南到自主武器的深入研究,再到讲述一家公司从红极一时逐渐衰落的惊险故事,这其中总有让其他人 都感到有兴趣的内容。

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我要其他人 都能否将更多书里的内容应用到其他人 的生活中。还有,可能性你像我一样,你也会喜欢在年底抓紧读几本可能性可能性错过的书。在收集年底书单时,我通常不要考虑这会不要成为一份不错的礼物,但今年我选用的这几本非常值得分享。

我今年列出的书可谓五花八门。从冥想的入门指南到自主武器的深入研究,再到讲述一家公司从红极一时逐渐衰落的惊险故事,这其中总有让其他人 都感到有兴趣的内容。可能性你正在为其他人 或什么都人家人寻找一本有意思、吸引人的好书,选哪些中的一本不要有错。

《教育改变人生》(中文名暂译)

作者:塔拉·韦斯特沃

在塔拉17岁离开家但是 ,她从没上过学或看一遍医生。我没想到其他人 会对那我一个多 故事产生共鸣——一个多 在摩门教家庭中的成长故事。但塔拉随便说说 写得太好,以至于我要在阅读她极端的童年故事时,也但是 刚开始英语 反思起其他人 的生活。我和梅琳达都很喜欢这位年轻男人的回忆录,她渴望学习的心是这样 强烈,这让她最终获得了剑桥大学的博士学位。

《无人军团》(中文名暂译)

作者:保罗·沙雷

大多数人都是会在假期去想自主武器这个话题,但你好难放下那我一本书,它从发人深省的视角看待人工智能在战争中的应用。这是一个多 极为复杂化的难题,但沙雷为什么都人提供了清晰的解释,假如展示了在自主武器驱动下的未来战争的利与弊。他理所应当精通这个领域:他是一名退伍军人,曾帮助美国政府起草关于自主武器的政策。

《坏血》(中文名暂译)

作者:约翰·凯瑞鲁

好哪几个什么都人向我推荐了这本书。凯瑞鲁带让他的是Theranos公司腾飞和衰落的确切结构消息。故事比我要象的都能否疯狂,我发现其他人 从但是 刚开始英语 阅读的那一刻起就无法停下来。这本书含有一切应该有的:精心设计的骗局、公司的阴谋、杂志的封面故事、破裂的家庭关系,以及一个多 曾估值近60 亿美元的公司的消亡。

《今日简史》

作者:尤瓦尔·诺亚·赫拉利

我是赫拉利所有作品的忠实读者,当然也包括他最新的著作《今日简史》。《人类简史》和《未来简史》分别讲述了过去和未来,而这个本讲的什么都是现在。可能性2018年使你对世界的局势感到不知所措,这样 《今日简史》让他提供了一个多 有用的思维框架,帮助你防止新闻及思考什么都人面临的挑战。

《冥想和正念入门指南》(中文名暂译)

作者:安迪·普迪科姆

25岁的我但是 对此非常不屑,但梅琳达和我最近都非常喜欢冥想。这本书一但是 刚开始英语 讲述了普迪科姆从大学生到佛教僧人的其他人 历程,接着便成了教你怎样冥想的有趣指南。可能性你正想尝试正念训练,这会是一本完美的入门手册。

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5 books I loved in 2018

By Bill Gates

I think everyone could use a few more books in their lives. Plus, if you’re like me, you love spending time at the end of the year catching up on books you may have missed. I usually don’t consider whether something would make a good gift when I’m putting together my end of year book list—but this year’s selections are highly sharable.

My list is pretty eclectic this year. From a how-to guide about meditation to a deep dive on autonomous weapons to a thriller about the fall of a once-promising company, there’s something interesting for everyone. If you’re looking for a fun and engaging read for you or your friends and family, you can’t go wrong with one of these.

Educated, by Tara Westover. Tara never went to school or visited a doctor until she left home at 17. I never thought I’d relate to a story about growing up in a Mormon survivalist household, but she’s such a good writer that she got me to reflect on my own life while reading about her extreme childhood. Melinda and I loved this memoir of a young woman whose thirst for learning was so strong that she ended up getting a Ph.D. from Cambridge University.

Army of None, by Paul Scharre. Autonomous weapons aren’t exactly top of mind for most around the holidays, but this thought-provoking look at A.I. in warfare is hard to put down. It’s an immensely complicated topic, but Scharre offers clear explanations and presents both the pros and cons of machine-driven warfare. His fluency with the subject should come as no surprise: he’s a veteran who helped draft the U.S. government’s policy on autonomous weapons.

Bad Blood, by John Carreyrou. A bunch of my friends recommended this one to me. Carreyrou gives you the definitive insider’s look at the rise and fall of Theranos. The story is even crazier than I expected, and I found myself unable to put it down once I started. This book has everything: elaborate scams, corporate intrigue, magazine cover stories, ruined family relationships, and the demise of a company once valued at nearly $10 billion.

21 Lessons for the 21st Century, by Yuval Noah Harari. I’m a big fan of everything Harari has written, and his latest is no exception. While Sapiens and Homo Deus covered the past and future respectively, this one is all about the present. If 2018 has left you overwhelmed by the state of the world, 21 Lessons offers a helpful framework for processing the news and thinking about the challenges we face.

The Headspace Guide to Meditation and Mindfulness, by Andy Puddicombe. I’m sure 25-year-old me would scoff at this one, but Melinda and I have gotten really into meditation lately. The book starts with Puddicombe’s personal journey from a university student to a Buddhist monk and then becomes an entertaining explainer on how to meditate. If you’re thinking about trying mindfulness, this is the perfect introduction.