With The Second Machine Age, Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee explore the future for technology.
The Second Machine Age debuted at number nine this month on The New York Times’ hardcover non-fiction bestseller list.
But it should surprise no one that people are reading. The book’s subject—how machines and computers are advancing at an exponential rate and what that means for society and the American economy—is all encompassing. Its findings are relevant not just for business, but also for government, workers, and families.