Chris Anderson is a British-American businessman who is the head of TED, a non-profit organization that provides idea-based talks and hosts an annual conference in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Previously he founded Future Publishing.
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An instant classic. --Arianna HuffingtonWill inspire people from across the political spectrum. --Jonathan HaidtLonglisted for the Porchlight Business Book of the Year Award, an essential shortlist of leadership ideas for everyone who wants to do good in this world, from Jacqueline Novogratz, author of the New York Times bestseller The Blue Sweater...
This is a spectacular, life-transforming book. – source
So many of us dislike or even fear the transactional nature of traditional networking. The author has done a great service by showing how it’s possible to make genuine connections that last, that we can nurture across the world for all kinds of purposes. – source
Truly one of the wisest and most surprising takes on AI. Kai-Fu Lee connects it with humans in a logical yet inspiring way. You’ll find this book illuminating and exciting in equal measure. – source
Also recommended byArianna HuffingtonTim O’ReillySean GardnerCharles Onyango-ObboYuval Noah HarariErik BrynjolfssonAdamu Garba II
I recommend anything by this author. He’s one of the clearest thinkers and communicators of our time. – source
Also recommended byBill GatesMark ZuckerbergEric SchmidtLex FridmanJack KornfieldStewart BrandJohn ArnoldBen Silbermann
A remarkable argument for the power of knowledge—as not just a human capability but as a force that shapes the universe. – source
Also recommended byMark ZuckerbergSam HarrisNaval RavikantSteven PinkerPatrick CollisonBrett Gurewitz
As a child, they exploded my imagination. – source
I honestly think it was reading The Fabric of Reality that finally gave me the courage, 18 years ago, to leave my company and take over leadership of TED. – source
Also recommended bySteve Jurvetson