Technology is the most upsetting section of the industry. Presently, it is shaping the world as known by many and also paving the way for the future. Here, we outline the best books to help you conquer the world of technology.

  1. Hit refresh by Satya Nadella

Hit refresh by Satya NadellaThis book was released back in 2017 by the CEO of Microsoft Satsya Nadella. The self-confessed cricket enthusiast launched Hit Refresh as part of his autobiography. The Tech book is coauthored with a former Microsoft employee known as Jill Trace Nichols. The charismatic CEO talks about his time growing up, family life, rise to CEO at Microsoft and also moving to America. Although Nadella does not talk about the pressing concerns that happened in the 21st century as well as the problems he encountered as a technocrat, the book still manages to top charts at the New York Times. You should thus give it a try.

  1. Harnessing our Digital Future by Eric Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee

Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee author this book. It is indeed a must read for those individuals in technology as well as business. It primarily focused on how products, platforms, and machine intelligence, as well as the capability to harness the crowd, are informing the future of technology and business. This aspect also involves why and how the upcoming technologies are distorting industry incumbents. It also outlines why the wisdom of crowds is more essential than ever.

  1. 10 Emerging Technologies That will Improve and/or Ruin Everything by Zach Weinersmithand Kelly

The book is published and authored by Dr. Kelly an SMBC cartoonist Zach Weinersmith. The book aims at tackling severe topics with a soft touch as well as exploring the technologies that may improve or/and ruin everything. It incorporates lens on actual and imagined technologies such as augmented reality, fusion-powered toasters, space elevators and why they could not work. It also outlines the actions that could have been involved to realize them possibly. Ohanian and Reddit who are coauthors note that the book offers insights into the most aspiring technological achievements of our generation.

  1. Why Users Resist New Technologies by Calestous Juma

 Why Users Resist New Technologies by Calestous JumaThis is a fascinating book and was authored by Calestous Juma. It outlines the historical exploration of how technologies of different scales have been incorporated and the worries that are regularly linked with them. It shows several themes such as inequality along the way. Afterward, the book then links these concerns to developing technologies currently as well as how to change public expectations towards new technology.

This book is a fascinating, historical exploration of how technologies of varying scale have been received and the worries that are often associated with them, exploring themes such as inequality along the way. It then links these concerns to emerging technologies today and how to manage to shift public expectations towards new tech.

  1. Understanding the Twelve Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future by Kevin Kelly

The book is authored by one of the best writers and thinkers, and it shows the 12 technological imperatives that will pave the way for the next thirty years and enhance our lives. According to the author, much of what will be experienced in the next thirty years is foreseeable and is driven by the trends that are already in the market. Kevin outlines an optimistic roadmap for the future in the book and indicates the coming changes in people lives.