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Future Politics; Living Together in a World Transformed By Tech Jamie Susskind; Fellow of Harvard University's Berkman Center for Internet and Society and practicing barrister.
Rapid and relentless innovation in a range of technologies - from artificial intelligence to virtual reality - will transform the way we live together.
Unnatural Causes: the Extraordinary Life and Career of Britain's Foremost Forensic Pathologist Dr Richard Shepherd; Forensic Pathologist
Richard Shepherd's job is to understand the deaths which may have no natural cause. From crime scene to court room, his findings are crucial to the pursuit of justice.
Compassion Inc; Unleashing The Power of Empathy in Life and Business Gaurav Sinha, CEO and Founder of Insignia Worldwide
Aligning purpose with profit is the biggest challenge facing both the ethical capitalist and the conscious consumer of the future. This manifesto for change is a step in the right direction...
Breaking News: the Remaking of Journalism and Why it Matters now Alan Rusbridger, Principal of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, Former Editor of The Guardian Newspaper
Reflecting on his twenty years as editor of the Guardian, Rusbridger offers a stirring defence of why quality journalism matters now more than ever.
Creative Selection: Inside Apple's Design Process During The Golden Age of Steve Jobs Ken Kocienda; former principal engineer of iPhone software at Apple.
An inside look at Apple’s creative process, revealing what it was like to work on the cutting edge of technology at one of the world's most admired companies.
What's Your Type: The Strange History of Myers-Briggs and The Birth of Personality Testing Merve Emre: Assistant professor of English at McGill University
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is the most popular personality test in the world. This book examines nothing less than the definition of the self – our attempts to grasp, categorise and quantify our personalities
The Age of Surveillance Capitalism, The Fight For Human Nature at The New Frontier of Power Shoshan Zuboff; Charles Edward Wilson Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School
We can choose whether to allow the power of technology to enrich the few and impoverish the many, or harness it for the wider distribution of capitalism's social and economic benefits.