How Building the Future Really Works

From Information Technologies and Space Technologies to Power Production and Electromobility—What Society Needs to Take the Next Leap Forward

Non-Fiction - Business/Finance
145 Pages
Reviewed on 09/03/2023
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Reviewed by Pikasho Deka for Readers' Favorite

It's undeniable that technological development creates job opportunities and opens an array of new avenues that, in turn, lead to the development of society at large. In How Building The Future Really Works, Mats Larsson explores how to transform and take the world into a sustainable future where humanity can thrive. The book delves into the role of government in technological development, the challenges facing mainstream usage of autonomous vehicles, the damaging effects of misinformation and 'hyperthink,' explaining how they pose a significant threat to society, and the negative side of political correctness. Larsson emphasizes the need for governments to organize and finance the change to sustainability and to put forward the machinations required for the shift to electromobility. The author also references the various countries playing prominent roles in this changing technological world, including the US, Sweden, Norway, etc.

How Building The Future Really Works offers readers an insightful look into the ways the world's biggest countries and their leaders can take the necessary steps to step into an age of human development where sustainability is at the forefront. According to Mats Larsson, the territory of ignorance must be avoided at all costs. In this book, Larsson cites successful development programs from the past to use as a framework for development financing in current times. The author also calls for a need for leaders with integrity who understand the significance of developmental change and are competent and bold enough to take the necessary steps. This is a very informative and well-researched book about a subject that couldn't be more relevant than it is today. Highly recommended.