Charles Tilly interview: individualism and cognitive science -Part of interview with Charles Tilly by Daniel Little. December 15, 2007 at University of Michigan - Dearborn. Topic: individuals and social action; cognitive science
Of Hellabytes and Recombinant Innovation::The Second Machine Age. Andrew McAfee>This age is characterized by just astonishing technological progress. By the appearance every day of examples of science fiction become reality - driverless cars. It's important to keep in mind George Jetson actually drove his vehicle to work every day. So in this case we're actually outstripping some examples of science fiction.
Erik Brynjolfsson, director of MIT's center for digital business and author of The Second Machine Age, sets the stage for a new era of work as technology pushes back the frontiers for itself and for humans. Learn more at PwC.com - http://pwc.to/1mMOtCu