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Ray Kurzweil

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About the Author

Ray Kurzweil is a prize-winning author and scientist. 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. His books include:

How to Create a Mind:  The Secret of Human Thought Revealed
Viking, November 2012
Transcend:  Nine Steps to Living Well Forever
Rodale Books, April 2009
The Singularity is Near: When Humans Transcend Biology
Viking / Penguin Books, September 2005
Duckworth, March 2006 (British Edition)
6 Foreign editions, including Korean, Japanese, Italian, Hebrew, Czech, Turkish
Fantastic Voyage: Live Long Enough to Live Forever, co-authored with Terry Grossman, M.D.  
Rodale Books, October 2004
Rodale Books, May 2005 (British Edition)
5 Foreign editions, including French, Portugese, Korean, Chinese, and Czech
Are We Spiritual Machines: Ray Kurzweil versus the Critics of Strong AI
The Discovery Institute Press (2002)
The Age of Spiritual Machines: When Computers Exceed Human Intelligence
Viking/Penguin Books, 1999
Orion Books, 1999 (British Edition)
Verlag Kiepenheuer & Witsch, 1999 (German Edition)
Allen & Unwin, 1999 (Australian Edition)
12 Foreign editions, including German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, and Hebrew.
The  10% Solution for a Healthy Life
Crown Publishers, 1993
Bookman Press (Australian Edition), 1993
Crown Trade Paperbacks, 1995
The Age of Intelligent Machines

MIT Press, 1990
MIT Press Paperback Edition, 1992
Hanser Verlag (German Edition), 1993
Conacyt (Spanish Edition), 1994

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