The next edition of the World Wide Web simulation of the coming year will be published by Amazon in mid-March.
According to Amazon’s press release, the book will be “the definitive simulation of how the world will change in the coming years”.
“As we embark on our next chapter, we are thrilled to bring our readers a detailed look at what we see happening on the planet,” said Simon Sinek, chief executive of Amazon.
“We’ve been looking at the world for years, and we know it’s a global place, and that’s what makes it special.”
The book will contain detailed predictions of what will happen in the next few decades, and how people around the world might live, work and interact with each other.
“We are working closely with some of the leading experts in the field of Earth observation, weather, and climate to bring you a book that will provide real-time predictions and projections of the world that is as comprehensive and detailed as possible,” said Sineke.
Amazon has already published books on other topics, including predictions of the future weather, the fate of the Olympics, the financial impact of the Zika virus, and the health effects of climate change.
The company has also published books about the Great Barrier Reef and the Arctic Ocean.