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From the authors of the best-selling The Second Machine Age, a leader's guide to success in a rapidly changing economy.

We live in strange times. A machine plays the strategy game Go better than any human; upstarts like Apple and Google destroy industry stalwarts such as Nokia; ideas from the crowd are repeatedly more innovative than corporate research labs.

MIT's Andrew McAfee and Erik Brynjolfsson know what it takes to master this digital-powered shift: we must rethink the integration of minds and machines, of products and platforms, and of the core and the crowd. In all three cases, the balance now favors the second element of the pair, with massive implications for how we run our companies and live our lives.

In the tradition of agenda-setting classics like Clay Christensen's The Innovator's Dilemma, McAfee and Brynjolfsson deliver both a penetrating analysis of a new world and a toolkit for thriving in it. For startups and established businesses, or for anyone interested in what the future holds, Machine, Platform, Crowd is essential listening.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.

©2017 Andrew McAfee and Erik Brynjolfsson (P)2017 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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  • Global
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  • Dan Collins
  • 11/08/2017

Both How AND Why for Techies

Being a technology professional I am sometimes frustrated by books that are not technical enough or if they are technical enough, do not consider the social aspect of technology adoption. This book does a remarkable job in dismantling the hype and buzz around these topics and replacing it with an exciting and compelling view of what is and will be soon happening. This book is the best I have read on the topic of crowd and platform and how it is changing the IT landscape. If you are a technology leader you must read this book!

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  • Andrew C
  • 01/09/2017

1st chapter is dull, but keep reading

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At the onset of this book, it seemed like it was going to be a very surface level book that jumps around citing several key business minds like Clay Christensen. This turned out to be quite wrong as I continued into the machine section. Within the section, I appreciated clarification of key concepts like supervised learning and AGI, being informed of the latest machine learning related successes and failures, and where the technology is going and what it will take to get it there. The same was true with the following chapters with the introduction of several novel concepts I have never heard before such as incomplete contracts law, polanyi's paradox, transaction cost economics, combinatorial innovation, and others, as well as more pop culture economic concepts like compliments being applied in areas I never would have thought of had I not read this book. I have not read First Machine Age so I'm not sure how this would change my feedback, but regardless I think this book is worth it as it will make you look at the emerging economy in a different way as well as training your business intuition through many recent case studies of success and failure in the 'digital economy.' Great read!

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  • Anthony Goldbloom
  • 06/07/2017

Tomorrow's dominant companies

What made the experience of listening to Machine, Platform, Crowd the most enjoyable?

We all intuitively know that the business world is being transformed by companies like Amazon and Google. This book shows us the characteristics of those companies that have helped them become so transformative and gives us a sense for the characteristics of companies that are going to dominate the next era of business.

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  • darkest
  • 23/02/2018

Superb

The book is based on a comprehensive research, narrative is succint and fluid, reader's performance is great.

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  • Maarten
  • 23/01/2018

Good read if you're running a platform

This is a great book. It peels off all the hype and explains most of the concepts in a very clear way. I liked the crowd-chapters the most because there were sound explanations for how a crowd might behave.

Crowds do often behave quite irrationally, and might be more stubborn than you'd expect. I would recommend this book if you're in the business of running a platform or similar service (like a community website).

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  • Scott Bender
  • 20/07/2017

Fascinating read

Well written, detailed analysis of our current technological and economic situation. Lots of thoughts to consider for current leaders and business owners.

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  • D Willis
  • 17/07/2017

Not as good as Second Machine Age;

Still worth a listen. Nice stories and perspectives, but concepts not as novel as Second Machine Age.

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  • wbiro
  • 17/09/2018

What Business Scholars are Thinking

That would have been a more accurate title. Worthwhile, foward-looking book, beginning with the present, addressing automation (minds/machjnes), current mega corps (products and platforms, which was a curious way to look at things), and the current evolution of The Crowd. He throws in some weak platitude-driven philosophy, which, unbeknownst to him, is the real root of all the problems he touched on (and which would be another book). A bit slow and ponderous in the middle, but the last third was worth it.

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  • Midnight Ride
  • 05/08/2018

Brutally basic

Unless you have never seen or studied tech history you will find this to be a dozen hours of platitudes and generalities packaged as insights. There is nothing wrong with the authors’ work, but there is almost nothing new.

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  • Clive Angel
  • 16/06/2018

Excellent overview of the digital economy

Highly recommended reading - explains the digital economy via real world examples to highlight the changing dynamics between machines and minds, platforms and product and core and crowd.

insightful, interesting and engaging !

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  • Alper Tenguez
  • 15/10/2017

Excellent book, not written for audio

The book’s content is excellent. However the many many examples make it very difficult to listen to as an audiobook. It shows that you cannot just write a book and then audio record it. Radio programs and podcasts are significantly easier to follow the. This book. Really needs the book as a complement

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  • Utilisateur anonyme
  • 18/07/2018

recommended audio book

good structure to systematically look at the human machine interface today and future. enyoed it

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  • Alexander
  • 13/05/2018

Boaring endless stories without a lot of content

May be this book is interesting for people who have never heard something about AI and machine learning. Why spend endless minutes explaining that making decisions based on facts is better than on simple feeling?

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  • Christian Meier
  • 21/09/2017

Inspiring Read

I think that this book is like the next version of "The Second Machine Age" by the same authors. I like the book as it inspires to think about the current and possible development of machine intelligence including its impact on society.