David H. Freedman is an author and journalist. He is a contributing editor at The Atlantic and Inc. Magazine, and also contributes to Scientific American. The subjects he specializes in include medicine, obesity, technology, and more. David has written for a long list of publications, some of which are The New York Times, Discover, Newsweek, Science, Forbes, Self, The Boston Globe, Wired, The Los Angeles Times, Reader’s Digest, Men’s Health, and many others. He lives in Boston, Massachusetts.

David H. Freedman made his debut as a published author in 1994 with the novel Brainmakers. Below is a list of David H. Freedman’s books in order of when they were originally released:

Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books

Brainmakers (1994)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
At Large (With: Charles C. Mann) (1997)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
Corps Business (2000)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
A Perfect Mess (2006)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
Wrong (2010)Description / Buy at Amazon.com

Notes: At Large was co-authored by Charles C. Mann. A Perfect Mess was written with Eric Abrahamson.

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David H. Freedman Synopses: Brainmakers: How Scientists Are Moving Beyond Computers to Create a Rival to the Human Brain is a scientific work on artificial intelligence explores the groundbreaking research being done in robotics and neuroscience, showing how thinking machines may surpass the human brain’s powers.

At Large by David H. Freedman and Charles C. Mann chronicles the massive manhunt that united hard-nosed FBI agents, computer nerds, and uptight security bureaucrats against an elusive computer outlaw who broke into highly secured computer systems at banks, universities, federal agencies, and top-secret military weapons-research sites.

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