Future Politics

Living Together in a World Transformed by Tech

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Winner of the 2019 Estoril Global Issues Distinguished Book Prize

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Innholdsfortegnelse

IntroductionPart I. THE DIGITAL LIFEWORLD 1: Increasingly Capable Systems 2: Increasingly Integrated Technology 3: Increasingly Quantified Society 4: Thinking Like a TheoristPart II. FUTURE POWER 5: Code is Power 6: Force 7: Scrutiny 8: Perception-Control 9: Public and Private PowerPart III. FUTURE LIBERTY 10: Freedom and the Supercharged State 11: Freedom and the Tech FirmPart IV. FUTURE DEMOCRACY 12: The Dream of Democracy 13: Democracy in the FuturePart V. FUTURE JUSTICE 14: Algorithms of Distribution 15: Algorithms of Recognition 16: Algorithmic Injustice 17: Technological Unemployment 18: The Wealth CyclonePart VI. FUTURE POLITICS 19: Transparency and the New Separation of Powers 20: Post-Politics

Om forfatteren

Jamie Susskind is a barrister and the author of the award-winning bestseller Future Politics: Living Together in a World Transformed by Tech (Oxford University Press, 2018), which received the Estoril Global Issues Distinguished Book Prize 2019, and was an Evening Standard and Prospect Book of the Year. With fellowships at Harvard and Cambridge, the Evening Standard has written that Jamie "could be one of the great public intellectual
rock stars of our time."

Jamie speaks around the world about politics and technology, and appears regularly on the media. Recent engagements include Microsoft, Google, Harvard, Stanford, various professional services firms, investor and private conferences, and all the main literary festivals. He is equally comfortable delivering set-piece speeches to large crowds as he is in discussion in more intimate settings.