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Everyone lies

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Steve Stephens

Translated by: Ahmed Al-Ahmari

Everyone lies: big data, new data and the internet's ability to spot subtleties.

This groundbreaking work is by Seth Stephens-Davidowitz, a Harvard-educated economist, former data scientist at Google, and New York Times columnist. In the folds of this book, the author emphasizes that most of our ideas about people are unfounded. And the reason? People lie to their friends, loved ones, doctors, in questionnaires, and even to themselves. Despite this, we no longer need to rely on what they tell us, as the new data derived from the Internet are traces of information left by billions of people on the Google search engine, social media, dating sites, and even pornographic sites... Finally the truth is revealed. Everyone Lies» A book that will change the way you see the world; Because it combines deep analysis in the book “The Signal and the Noise” by Nate Silver, the narrative style in the book “The Outliers” by Malcolm Gladwell, and the intelligence and fun in the book “The Fantastic Economy” by Stephen Levitt and Stephen Dobbins. There is almost no limit to what can be known about human nature through big data, but only if the right questions are asked. It has some societies of discrimination, as well as how to use big data in areas that serve human development such as health, education, and the economy, and it included some bold descriptions and explicit phrases within the framework of the author’s emphasis on the ability of big data to reveal what is hidden, and to vanish attempts to claim idealism Every reader of this book will have fun, as they will see the inexhaustible curiosity and engaging style of author Stevens-Davidowitz setting his foot on a new path for twenty-first century sociology, and we will notice human obsession through this amazing window. A window inside the human psyche when it is isolated in front of computer keyboards.



About the book:
Number of pages: 295 pages
Size: 17 * 24 cm
Weight: 468 grams
Number of pages: 295 pages

Arab House of Science Publishers



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