The Numerati

By Stephen Baker
Every day, people create loads of data about themselves just by living in the modern world. Now, a group of mathematicians is sifting through this data to profile individuals and manipulate behavior without anyone even realizing it.


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Publisher Mariner Books
Publish date 09/09/2009
Pages 244
ISBN-13 9780547247939
ISBN-10 0547247931
Language English