TL/DR: I'm glad to have read the book but can't recommend it. The interesting ideas are now widely accepted (computers can learn, and we can't rely on computers to make decisions).
"A goal-seeking mechanism will not necessarily seek our goals" (page 63)
"This is only one of the many places where human impotence has hitherto shielded us from the full destructive impact of human folly" (page 64)
"A digital computer can accomplish in a day a body of work that would have the full efforts of a team of [human] computers for a year, ..." (page 71). A modern 2022 computer can do the work of 40,000 people for a year in about a second (a Core I5 can do 34969 million FLOPS).