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The best part of this book is that it brings the whole conversation concisely into one place. You can read other related books & articles & reconstitute all of the knowledge & stories here... but this book is an easy button to have yourself a virtual conversation with the refinement of proper book editing. It was worth my while but not something I studied & took notes on as more groundbreaking works.
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Whether we like it or not information is being gathered at a stupendous rate about us. Private information, privileged information, confidential information, and public information. If you use the internet it's all being gathered.
How companies should use this is what this book is about. It's not as simple as one might think. Corporations can get ahead by using grey areas where information in the public domain can be considered non private. The author and this book are rightfully against such use, whether they can control its proliferation or not.
It is the information that does not infringe or the information that would make society a better place that is discussed in detail. Privacy may be over in the future, but how we structure the disclosure of information is a spectrum rather than a black and white option.
This book is excellent at presenting all aspects of gathered information and its use for public good, profit, and its protection when needed. Highly recommended read.
Inspiring, well researched and informative look at an important topic of today - the possibility and necessity of humans collaborating with machines to address global challenges and create a better future.
The book examines the implications of using machine learning in business and society and what this means for anyone in leadership position and in fact, everyone else.