A book about modern technology that is 80% optimistic,10% negative, and 10% scary.
Bottom line: Technology is growing at an exponential rate.
FYI: Google is already perfecting the driverless car.
Manufacturing is pouring back into the USA as robots are cheaper and more efficient than people.
Technical jobs are going to be hot (computer programing), jobs that can be automated are easy to replace (bookkeeping).
The income gap will grow as developers of programs (think Turbotax) will get rich and tax preparers will lose jobs.
Computers and humans combined are better at virtually any task than either one working separately.