by Illah Reza Nourbakhsh
Carnegie Mellon University roboticist Nourbakhsh imagines a future in which ever more intelligent forms of artificial intelligence dictate the way we work, shop, play, and travel.
Math on Trial: How Numbers Get Used and Abused in the Courtroom
by Leila Schneps and Coralie Colmez
Mathematicians Schneps and Colmez expose the misuse of mathematics, and especially probability, in court cases throughout history (including, most recently and infamously, Amanda Knox’s murder trial).
Can’t Buy Me Like: How Authentic Consumer Connections Drive Superior Results
by Bob Garfield and Doug Levy
Companies should worry less about offering customers what they want and more about earning their trust, argue media journalist Garfield and creative agency CEO Levy. In what they call our “Relationship Era” of commerce, the best slogan or even the best product isn’t going to trump the company people think is best.