Everybody lies : big data, new data and what the internet can tell us about who we really are / by Seth Stephens-DavidowitzPublisher: New York : Dey St., 2017Description: xi, 338 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9780062390851.Subject(s): Society | Big data | People | Culture | PsychologyOnline resources: Download Audiobook Summary
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The outlines of a revolution. DATA, BIG AND SMALL: Your faulty gut. THE POWERS OF BIG DATA: Was Freud right? -- Data reimagined -- Digital truth serum -- Zooming in -- All the world's a lab. BIG DATA - HANDLE WITH CARE: Big data, big schmata? What it cannot do -- Mo data, mo problems? What we shouldn't do -- How many people finish books?
Explores what big data can reveal about society. Offers new answers to important questions and uncovers hidden behaviours and attitudes. Regales entertaining, shocking and illuminating stories about people and the world we live in.