The Times and Financial Times Book of the Year
‘Comprehensive but lively . . . Highly recommended!’ Reid Hoffman, co-founder of LinkedIn and author of Blitzscaling
As technology accelerates, the human mind struggles to keep up – and our companies, workplaces, and democracies get left behind. This is the exponential gap.
Now, a leading technologist explains how this exponential gap is rewiring business and society. Exploring corporations and the workplace, diplomacy and big tech, Exponential makes sense of a period of dizzyingly fast change – and reveals how we should respond.
‘Valuable and timely . . . The importance of the book lies in its diligent and comprehensive definition of a new phase in human affairs . . . An enticing and valuable read.’ Sunday Times
‘Read this book if you are interested in how we can design a more inclusive and sustainable system with a re-direction of technological change at its centre.’ Mariana Mazzucato, UCL professor and author of The Value of Everything and Mission Economy
‘Azeem Azhar is one of the best-regarded thought leaders in the industry . . . He has a broad understanding of the ways technology can be used to solve our biggest problems, shape our society, and bridge cultural divides.’ Daniel Ek, co-founder and CEO of Spotify