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On November 10, "Connected Stories" went on sale, a collection of self-contained dystopian science fiction stories written by Pablo F. Iglesias, in which, in the format of short stories, different social scenarios where technology impacts dramatically in people's lives.
Among its pages, the author delves into the risks of the technological revolution, "without the ties of today." In this work, Pablo F. Iglesias once again uses dystopia as a vehicle to learn the challenges and risks of new technologies .Robotics, artificial intelligence, fake news, speech control, biohacking, antagonistic generative networks... Each chapter of the work deals with one of the most controversial issues of the moment, understanding its birth, its maturation, and what this will entail for the society of that time. A look to the future, to understand and prevent the risks and challenges of technological progress. An intelligent look, in the format of an informative pill, at the reality that the near future holds. ", which is now in its second edition, and the epic fantasy collection "Memorias de Árganon", whose first issue also has a second edition. As Pablo explained in recent interviews, this work somehow closes the relationship between his first and his next three, as they all occur in the same universe. However, he does not consider it necessary to have read any of the above, being "Connected Stories" a good first-time approach to his literary career. Connected Stories is a collection of self-contained science fiction short stories written by Pablo F. Iglesias and distributed by the Editorial Seal of Self-Publications Ediciones PY, and can be purchased both from the author's website (PabloYglesias.com) and from Amazon, in ePub version digital. For more information, visit the book file at Ediciones PY (link).
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