In the Age of the Smart Machine: The Future of Work and Power

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Basic Books, 1988 - History - 468 pages
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A seminal work on the social, economic, and emotional consequences of computer technology. In-depth interviews with workers and managers in a variety of economic settings evoke the wrenching sense of disorientation that follows in the wake of the "smart machine".

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Drawing on in-depth interviews with workers and managers in various industries, these two authors illustrate the impact automation will have on those using computers in the work place. Each expresses ... Read full review



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Shoshana Zuboff is chaired professor at the Harvard Business School. She lives in Maine with her husband and two children.

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