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  • Yale University Press Search Results Listing
    Results Filter Sort results by Please select Relevance Date published Date all books Title A Z Title Z A Humans Need Not Apply A Guide to Wealth and Work in the Age of Artificial Intelligence Jerry Kaplan Format Hardback 256 pages ISBN 9780300213553 Published 18 Aug 2015 Price 20 00 Add to Basket book Available Buy this e Book Yale eBooks are available in a variety of formats including Kindle

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  • The Global War for Internet Governance by Laura DeNardis - Yale University Press
    Governance is an invaluable resource for anyone wishing to understand the political intricacies behind Internet protocols and the diverse group of power players vying to influence them Jonathan Zittrain Professor of Law and Professor of Computer Science Harvard University author of The Future of the Internet And How to Stop It One can no longer credibly claim to understand the dynamics of global power in the Internet Age without a basic understanding of Internet governance To that end DeNardis is required reading Rebecca MacKinnon author ofÿ Consent of the Networked DeNardis marries her understanding of the underlying infrastructure of the Internet with the literature on technology and society with great effect William Dutton When the very structures of society are reconfigured governance must be re imagined In The Global War for Internet Governance Laura DeNardis elegantly weaves together different aspects of technology and policy to provide a roadmap for imagining how governance can operate in a networked world Danah Boyd Microsoft Research and Harvard Berkman Center There is no better book to prepare students and policy makers alike for the global debates arising over Internet governance Professor DeNardis illuminates the ways in which seemingly neutral technical decisions being made by standards bodies and private companies are shaping such critical issues as freedom of expression privacy intellectual property cyber security and access to information resources in the digital age William H Dutton Professor of Internet Studies University of Oxford The Global War for Internet Governance ÿexcavates the largely hidden realm of Internet governance taking place beneath the surface of users experience From technical standard setting to private sector peering arrangements DeNardis offers an essential introduction to the field Ronald Deibert University of Toronto A thoroughly researched carefully framed and scoped and well written introduction to Internet governance theory and practice from

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  • Yale University Press Search Results Listing
    Results Filter Sort results by Please select Relevance Date published Date all books Title A Z Title Z A The Global War for Internet Governance Laura DeNardis Format Paperback 296 pages ISBN 9780300212525 Published 07 Apr 2015 Price 16 99 Add to Basket The Global War for Internet Governance Laura DeNardis Format Hardback 296 pages ISBN 9780300181357 Published 04 Feb 2014 Price 25 00 Add to Basket book Available Buy

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  • The App Generation by Howard Gardner - Yale University Press
    Young people growing up in our time are not only immersed in apps they ve come to think of the world as an ensemble of apps to see their lives as a string of ordered apps or perhaps in many cases a single extended cradle to grave app Dwight Garner New York Times Provocative Provides useful frameworks for future research Publishers Weekly Gardner and Davis have offered a challenging and thought provoking book particularly rewarding for educators who are interested in thinking about how young people are changing and how we might preserve the best practices of our profession while adapting the tools that define a generation Education Week s EdTech Researcher Here we have a serious consideration that a generation has grown up with an emotional aesthetic as instrumental as their technology That is this generation approaches intimacy identity and imagination through the prism of the apps that have surrounded them Gardner and Davis further consider the proposition that What can t be an app doesn t matter But the authors do more than this They approach their subject in a constructive spirit providing analytical tools to distinguish among apps the ones that will stifle and the ones that will nurture In the end they see a way forward We are responsible individually and in our communities and families to use technology in ways that open up the world rather that close it down The App Generation is not anti technology it simply puts technology in its place Sherry Turkle author of Alone Together Why We Expect More from Technology and Less from Each Other The App Generation ÿdeals with a crucial issue for our future and it is a pioneering and prophetic work in its genre Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi author ofÿ Flow The Psychology of Optimal Experience This book is must reading for parents teachers and policy makers It presents a portrait of today s young people not in terms of the traditional historical events of their lives but instead the digital technology that shaped this generation It compellingly and powerfully examines the impact consequences and implications for their and society s future Arthur Levine President of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation former President of Teachers College Columbia University Most discussions about youth and technology tilt toward one extreme digital wonder kids or the other perpetual distractions In The App Generation Howard Gardner and Katie Davis combine academic research with personal reflections to provide a more nuanced perspective on both the challenges and opportunities for young people as they navigate the dynamic digital currents in today s society Mitchel Resnick LEGO Papert Professor of Learning Research and head of the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab Howard Gardner is one of America s most celebrated developmental psychologists and public intellectuals His latest work is always worth reading Robert Putnam John F Kennedy School of Government Harvard University Conversations across four digital generations start and end the book They provide intriguing examples of novel practices and performances in the

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  • Yale University Press Search Results Listing
    Computing 1 Price 5 to 10 1 10 to 15 1 Search Results Summary Matching titles 1 to 2 of 2 Sort Results Filter Sort results by Please select Relevance Date published Date all books Title A Z Title Z A Art Education and Human Development Howard Gardner Occasional Paper Format Paperback 80 pages ISBN 9780892361793 Published 01 Dec 1990 Price 13 99 Add to Basket The App Generation How

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  • The Global War for Internet Governance by Laura DeNardis - Yale University Press
    political and economic power is unfolding in the twenty first century This all important study by Laura DeNardis reveals the inner power structure already in place within the architectures and institutions of Internet governance It provides a theoretical framework for Internet governance that takes into account the privatization of global power as well as the role of sovereign nations and international treaties In addition DeNardis explores what is at stake in open global controversies and stresses the responsibility of the public to actively engage in these debates because Internet governance will ultimately determine Internet freedom Laura DeNardis is one of the world s leading Internet governance scholars and a professor in the School of Communication at American University She lives in Washington DC The Global War for Internet Governance is an invaluable resource for anyone wishing to understand the political intricacies behind Internet protocols and the diverse group of power players vying to influence them Jonathan Zittrain Professor of Law and Professor of Computer Science Harvard University author of The Future of the Internet And How to Stop It One can no longer credibly claim to understand the dynamics of global power in the Internet Age without a basic understanding of Internet governance To that end DeNardis is required reading Rebecca MacKinnon author ofÿ Consent of the Networked DeNardis marries her understanding of the underlying infrastructure of the Internet with the literature on technology and society with great effect William Dutton When the very structures of society are reconfigured governance must be re imagined ÿ In The Global War for Internet Governance Laura DeNardis elegantly weaves together different aspects of technology and policy to provide a roadmap for imagining how governance can operate in a networked world danah boyd ÿMicrosoft Research and Harvard Berkman Center There is no better book to prepare students and policy makers alike for the global debates arising over Internet governance Professor DeNardis illuminates the ways in which seemingly neutral technical decisions being made by standards bodies and private companies are shaping such critical issues as freedom of expression privacy intellectual property cyber security and access to information resources in the digital age William H Dutton Professor of Internet Studies University of Oxford The Global War for Internet Governance ÿexcavates the largely hidden realm of Internet governance taking place beneath the surface of users experience From technical standard setting to private sector peering arrangements DeNardis offers an essential introduction to the field Ronald Deibert University of Toronto A thoroughly researched carefully framed and scoped and well written introduction to Internet governance theory and practice from an international perspective Urs Gasser DeNardis takes readers beneath the hood of the Internet cogently explaining the technical agreements standards and procedures that tie it together Aÿrigorous exploration of obscure but important issues with potentially global effects Kirkus Reviews More like this Recently viewed titles prev next Mindful Tech David M Levy 18 99 The Global War for Internet Governance Laura DeNardis 16 99 The App Generation Howard Gardner 8 99

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  • The Computer and the Brain by John Von Neumann - Yale University Press
    the best human champions at Jeopardy A must read for any new computer scientist and reread for all of us who enjoy the stunning power of thoughtful observation and objective reason David Ferrucci IBM T J Watson Research Center Highly original and intensely stimulating His ideas will have great value to further investigation S Ulam Scientific American from an earlier edition This innocent looking little book lies at the eye of a hurricane It represents a locus of clarity and calm at the center of a vast vortex of powerful arguments and competing research programs Paul and Patricia Churchland on the earlier editon On opening The Computer and the Brain I expected to find it of historical interest only as one of my own professors used to say rather loftily of Principia Mathematica To the contrary the book abounds with insights so deep they have not yet been internalized by any but a very small number of specialists John Derbyshire New Criterion Perhaps the most powerful lucid and penetrating mind in the history of computer science von Neumann s observations about the language of the brain resonate with remarkable insight Decades ahead of his time he launches a thread of reasoning based on his unmatched understanding of computing that suggests the human nervous system is best understood not as a digital machine but has a statistical one The nervous system is a computing machine which manages to do its exceedingly complicated work on a rather low level of precision what matters are not the precise positions of definite markers digits but the statistical characteristics of their occurrences i e frequencies It is exactly this line of reasoning that inspired the essential architecture underlying Watson the machine that beat the best human champions at Jeopardy There is no precise mathematics to human language and yet it is the foundation for expressing human thought Von Neumann reasons his way from analog machines to digital machines to delivering unparalleled insight into the computational paradigm underlying the human brain A must read for any new computer scientist and reread for all of us who enjoy the stunning power of thoughtful observation and objective reason David Ferrucci IBM T J Watson Research Center This sparse book from the time when giants walked the halls of academe and government and laid down the basic notions of what it is to compute remains an essential text for those interested in understanding how brains differ from computers Christof Koch Allen Institute for Brain Science and author of Consciousness Confessions of a Romantic Reductionist Brilliant mathematician John von Neumann was prescient in his investigation of the parallels between computers and the brain Biology is now an engineering project and reverse engineering the brain will be one of the most important accomplishments of all time a venture that was seeded with this book Sonia Arrison author of 100 Plus How the Coming Age of Longevity Will Change Everything From Careers and Relationships to Family and Faith Von Neumann was one

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  • Yale University Press Search Results Listing
    Studies Mathematics Science Medicine Music Philosophy Politics Current Affairs Reference Religion Beliefs Society Social Sciences Technology Works in Translation Search Results Summary Matching titles 1 to 1 of 1 Sort Results Filter Sort results by Please select Relevance Date published Date all books Title A Z Title Z A The Computer and the Brain John Von Neumann Ray Kurzweil The Silliman Memorial Lectures Series Format Paperback 160 pages ISBN 9780300181111

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