The Second Machine Age

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  • Author : Erik Brynjolfsson
  • Publisher : W W Norton & Company Incorporated
  • Pages : 306 pages
  • ISBN : 9780393350647
  • Rating : 4/5 from 12 reviews
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The Second Machine Age

The Second Machine Age
  • Author : Erik Brynjolfsson,Andrew McAfee
  • Publisher : W W Norton & Company Incorporated
  • Release : 24 October 2021
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A pair of technology experts describe how humans will have to keep pace with machines in order to become prosperous in the future and identify strategies and policies for business and individuals to use to combine digital processing power with human ingenuity.

The Second Machine Age Work Progress and Prosperity in a Time of Brilliant Technologies

The Second Machine Age  Work  Progress  and Prosperity in a Time of Brilliant Technologies
  • Author : Erik Brynjolfsson,Andrew McAfee
  • Publisher : W. W. Norton & Company
  • Release : 20 January 2014
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A New York Times Bestseller. A “fascinating” (Thomas L. Friedman, New York Times) look at how digital technology is transforming our work and our lives. In recent years, Google’s autonomous cars have logged thousands of miles on American highways and IBM’s Watson trounced the best human Jeopardy! players. Digital technologies—with hardware, software, and networks at their core—will in the near future diagnose diseases more accurately than doctors can, apply enormous data sets to transform retailing, and

Theory and Design in the First Machine Age

Theory and Design in the First Machine Age
  • Author : Reyner Banham
  • Publisher : MIT Press
  • Release : 24 October 1980
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First published in 1960, Theory and Design in the First Machine Age has become required reading in numerous courses on the history of modern architecture and is widely regarded as one of the definitive books on the modern movement. It has influenced a generation of students and critics interested in the formation of attitudes, themes, and forms which were characteristic of artists and architects working primarily in Europe between 1900 and 1930 under the compulsion of new technological developments in the first machine

Enterprise 2 0

Enterprise 2 0
  • Author : Andrew McAfee
  • Publisher : Harvard Business Press
  • Release : 01 December 2009
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"Web 2.0" is the portion of the Internet that's interactively produced by many people; it includes Wikipedia, Facebook, Twitter, Delicious, and prediction markets. In just a few years, Web 2.0 communities have demonstrated astonishing levels of innovation, knowledge accumulation, collaboration, and collective intelligence. Now, leading organizations are bringing the Web's novel tools and philosophies inside, creating Enterprise 2.0. In this book, Andrew McAfee shows how they're doing this, and why it's benefiting them. Enterprise 2.0 makes clear that the new technologies are good for

More from Less

More from Less
  • Author : Andrew McAfee
  • Publisher : Scribner
  • Release : 13 October 2020
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From the coauthor of the New York Times bestseller The Second Machine Age, a paradigm-shifting argument “full of fascinating information and provocative insights” (Publishers Weekly, starred review)—demonstrating that we are increasing prosperity while using fewer natural resources. Throughout history, the only way for humanity to grow was by degrading the Earth: chopping down forests, polluting the air and water, and endlessly using up resources. Since the first Earth Day in 1970, the focus has been on radically changing course: reducing

Reyner Banham

Reyner Banham
  • Author : Nigel Whiteley
  • Publisher : MIT Press
  • Release : 24 October 2021
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An intellectual biography of the cultural critic Reyner Banham. Reyner Banham (1922-88) was one of the most influential writers on architecture, design, and popular culture from the mid-1950s to the late 1980s. Trained in mechanical engineering and art history, he was convinced that technology was making society not only more exciting but more democratic. His combination of academic rigor and pop culture sensibility put him in opposition to both traditionalists and orthodox Modernists, but placed him in a unique

Monster

Monster
  • Author : Paul Roehrig,Ben Pring
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 10 March 2021
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"In their 'deliberately short book' IT analysts, management consultants and technology practitioners Roehrig and Pring explore how big a beast technology has become, and how we can tame it to maintain our freedom and privacy while still realising its benefits. The pandemic has shown just how much we rely on technology and how addictive it has become...The authors address the important questions...[and] urge us not to slay the monster but rather to leverage its power and reorient technology

A Truly Golden Handbook

   A Truly Golden Handbook
  • Author : Veerle Achten,Geert Bouckaert,Erik Schokkaert
  • Publisher : Leuven University Press
  • Release : 26 September 2016
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What would the ideal society of the future look like? In 1516, the eminent English humanist Thomas More tried his hand at imagining a perfect society on a distant island. His Utopia was published in the Flemish town of Leuven, home of a university that was established almost a century earlier. 500 years later, scholars of this university revisit More’s best-known work and reflect on the ideal society of the future, using the scientific insights of today, including perspectives which More

Managerial Control of American Workers

Managerial Control of American Workers
  • Author : Mel van Elteren
  • Publisher : McFarland
  • Release : 27 February 2017
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Today, surveillance and regulation of employees are pervasive at all levels (except the highest) in a wide variety of American workplaces. Digital information systems have become important tools of managerial control. The constraints built into these systems through what some call "business process reengineering" are a continuation of scientific management principles developed during the late 19th century. Additional means of control have included employment-based welfare capitalism, and human relations and corporate culture approaches. This book provides fresh insight into various

Surviving the Machine Age

Surviving the Machine Age
  • Author : Kevin LaGrandeur,James J. Hughes
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 15 March 2017
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This book examines the current state of the technologically-caused unemployed, and attempts to answer the question of how to proceed into an era beyond technological unemployment. Beginning with an overview of the most salient issues, the experts collected in this work present their own novel visions of the future and offer suggestions for adapting to a more symbiotic economic relationship with AI. These suggestions include different modes of dealing with education, aging workers, government policies, and the machines themselves. Ultimately,

Against Automation Mythologies

Against Automation Mythologies
  • Author : J. Jesse Ramirez
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 02 June 2020
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Inspired by Roland Barthes’s practice of "semioclasm" in Mythologies, this book offers a "technoclasm"; a cultural critique of US narratives, discourses, images, and objects that have transformed the politics of automation into statements of fact about the "rise of the robots". Treating automation as an ensemble of technologies and science fictions, this book foregrounds automation’s ideologies, exaggerations, failures, and mystifications of the social value of human labor in order to question accepted and prolific automation mythologies. Jesse Ramirez

The Impact of Digitalization in the Workplace

The Impact of Digitalization in the Workplace
  • Author : Christian Harteis
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 30 September 2017
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This edited volume brings together researchers from various disciplines (i.e. education, psychology, sociology, economy, information technology, engineering) discussing elementary changes at workplaces occurring through digitalization, and reflecting on educational challenges for individuals, organizations, and society. The latest developments in information and communication technology seem to open new potential, and the crucial question arises which kind of work can be replaced by technology? The contributors to this volume are scholars who have been conducting research on the influence of technological

Beyond Disruption

Beyond Disruption
  • Author : George P. Shultz,Jim Hoagland,James Timbie
  • Publisher : Hoover Press
  • Release : 01 June 2018
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In Beyond Disruption: Technology's Challenge to Governance, George P. Shultz, Jim Hoagland, and James Timbie present views from some of the country's top experts in the sciences, humanities, and military that scrutinize the rise of post-millennium technologies in today's global society. They contemplate both the benefits and peril carried by the unprecedented speed of these innovations—from genetic editing, which enables us new ways to control infectious diseases, to social media, whose ubiquitous global connections threaten the function of democracies