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Yuval Noah Harari and FT's Alec Russell discuss the world after Covid
In a year of scientific breakthroughs — and political failures — what can we learn for the future?
This storm will pass. But the choices we make now could change our lives for years to come
Free markets, free trade and personal freedoms no longer come as a packaged deal
AI, climate, fake news, Brexit — Yuval Noah Harari tackles our fears for the future
Should we fear a takeover by AI or robots? Or are humans the only malign operators?
Why the author Yuval Noah Harari worries about computers tracking our bodies as well as our emails
Some, notably in China, think oceans of information will refloat centralised systems
Can Facebook really create a global community? Historian Yuval Noah Harari disputes Mark Zuckerberg’s vision
Elites have reasons to approach 2017 with some optimism
Ban anything, from cocaine to Kalashnikovs, and the result is predictable: its price will rise
Yuval Noah Harari’s new book imagines a future in which machines take charge
Forget about listening to ourselves. In the age of data, algorithms have the answer, writes the historian Yuval Noah Harari
FT writers and guests, starting with editor Lionel Barber and novelist Kazuo Ishiguro here, pick their books of the year so far
Over vegetarian food in Tel Aviv, the Israeli historian talks about why hunter-gatherers were better off and says we must not leave the future to market forces