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- Publisher: Post Hill Press (June 5, 2018)
- Language: English
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Revealing the Invisible: How Our Hidden Behaviors Are Becoming the Most Valuable Commodity of the 21st Century Paperback – June 5, 2018
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"Revealing the Invisible is a smart and entertaining look into an important shift in our economy and society: our behavior is getting digitized, which means that everything we buy and use can be personalized based on knowledge of what we do. Thomas Koulopoulos guides the reader through the surprising repercussions of this move from an economy of mass production to one where the consumer is surrounded by objects and services that are getting a lot smarter and adapting themselves to the individual." (Chris Nicholson, CEO Skymind)
"Through a curious yet simple review of socioeconomic and technological (among others) trends of the last couple of centuries, and their effect on our lives, Revealing the Invisible challenges the reader to imagine and predict what the next chain of events could be. By being well researched, thorough, but also ambitious and bold, Revealing the Invisible takes you on a journey that while its destination may be proven wrong in 100 years, it is robust, easy to follow, thought provoking and eye opening." (Paris Anatolitis, Head of Gaming GVC London)
"Revealing the Invisible is a brilliant analysis of the current paradigm shift in business and society when it comes to making use of behavioural data. The authors demonstrate with hard evidence the rise of the value of behavioural data as the 'new oil.' The authors think beyond the current state of affairs and extrapolate current trends into the future when it comes to the convergence of human and machine behaviour. A must read, not just for every data and analytics expert, but for every future-facing business executive who wants to stay on the forefront of the current data revolution." (Thomas Hirschmann, CEO/Founder at Braingraph)
"Actionable insights for those who wonder both about and want to skate where the puck is going to be in regards to the imminent technological and automation disruption of the global economic and social status quo." (Apostolos Papadopoulos, Harvard Medical School)
"Forward leaning, pragmatic and bravely optimistic, Revealing the Invisible opens our minds. A thinking dynamite that reveals and deconstructs the fact that 'understanding behavior is the killer app of the 21st century.' Kudos to Thomas and George for their bold look on a topic that troubles us a lot, when we need it most. An invaluable eye-opener." (Christos Charpantidis, Philip Morris International, Managing Director)
"Revealing the Invisible is going to fill the deep gap of a modern, relevant, and mind-blowing analysis on this critical area. It uncovers the shadowy sides of the Invisible via the angle of view and the scientific tools of the 21st century." (Stathis Haikalis, Chairman, Edelman Greece)
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"Tom Koulopoulos has done it again: transformed big, complex ideas and big data into a book that is accessible, enlightening, and thoughtful. Revealing the Invisible covers essential ground for those grappling with the impacts of technology on our work and live - in other words, all of us." (Christine Bader, Author, The Evolution of a Corporate Idealist: When Girl Meets Oil)
About the Author
Tom Koulopoulos is the Chairman and Founder of Delphi Group, a thirty-year-old thinktank that advises Fortune 500 companies and governments on future trends. He is the author of ten other books, an adjunct professor at Boston University, and a columnist for Inc.com.
George Achillias is a digital strategist focusing on forming, describing and charting AI led human-machine ecosystems. His research is on the emotions machines can develop. He works with FTSE250 companies to define their role and their services in a world operated by blockchain.
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Once every decade a book this good, this insightful and this valuable comes along. Unseen opportunities will appear and courses of action will be evident—to you—only if you’ve read Revealing the Invisible. Don’t miss your chance to see and understand things like never before.
Tom's mentor, Peter Drucker, once said, "The only way to predict the future is to invent it." Tom and George have presented us with a new way about thinking about our rapidly emerging future. I love reading Tom's books, as they always have the effect of hyper-jumping my thinking. This book is no different. While many people are cautious about the potential downside of the impact of artificial intelligence (AI), this book promises to get you excited about the possibilities.
Caution: Don't think that you can skim through this book. You will want to read every word. I tend to underline and write in the margins when I read. Almost every sentence is underlined; every margin is written in. Tom and George have invented an exciting, potential future!
Pick up your copy and see what lies ahead. You won’t be disappointed!
“Revealing the Invisible: How Our Hidden Behaviors Are Becoming the Most Valuable Commodity of the 21st Century” is yet another example of Tom’s way of looking at emerging technologies and business models, and the profound societal implications—beneficial, frightening, and creepy, all at the same time—they will bring about.