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Guardrails Guardrails: Guiding Human Decisions in the Age of AI Urs Gasser and Viktor Mayer-Schönberger

How society can shape individual actions in times of uncertainty

The Importance of Being Educable The Importance of Being Educable: A New Theory of Human Uniqueness Leslie Valiant

In the age of AI, why our future depends on better understanding what makes us human

The Real Internet Architecture The Real Internet Architecture: Past, Present, and Future Evolution Pamela Zave and Jennifer Rexford

A new way to understand the architecture of today’s Internet, based on an innovative general model of network architecture that is rigorous, realistic, and modular

Middle Tech Middle Tech: Software Work and the Culture of Good Enough Paula Bialski

Why software isn’t perfect, as seen through the stories of software developers at a run-of-the-mill tech company

Quantitative Biosciences Companion in Python Quantitative Biosciences Companion in Python: Dynamics across Cells, Organisms, and Populations Joshua S. Weitz, Nolan English, Alexander B. Lee, and Ali Zamani

A hands-on lab guide in the Python programming language that enables students in the life sciences to reason quantitatively about living systems across scales

Quantitative Biosciences Companion in R Quantitative Biosciences Companion in R: Dynamics across Cells, Organisms, and Populations Joshua S. Weitz and Marian Domínguez-Mirazo

A hands-on lab guide in the R programming language that enables students in the life sciences to reason quantitatively about living systems across scales

Quantitative Biosciences Companion in MATLAB Quantitative Biosciences Companion in MATLAB: Dynamics across Cells, Organisms, and Populations Joshua S. Weitz and Bradford P. Taylor

A hands-on lab guide in the MATLAB programming language that enables students in the life sciences to reason quantitatively about living systems across scales

The Internet Is Not What You Think It Is The Internet Is Not What You Think It Is: A History, a Philosophy, a Warning Justin Smith-Ruiu

An original deep history of the internet that tells the story of the centuries-old utopian dreams behind it—and explains why they have died today

Modeling Social Behavior Modeling Social Behavior: Mathematical and Agent-Based Models of Social Dynamics and Cultural Evolution Paul E. Smaldino

A comprehensive introduction to mathematical and agent-based modeling of social behavior