New releases to enhance our understanding of how AI and emerging technology will reinvent the workplace of the future—and the art of being human.

Trust: Responsible AI, Innovation, Privacy and Data Leadership 

By Dominique Shelton Leipzig, Forbes Books, Dec. 2023

Every company today relies on data to succeed, yet many fall short in leveraging this invaluable asset. Trust provides executives and board members an actionable playbook to transform their organization into an ethical data leader. Drawing from her decades advising global corporations, author Dominique Shelton Leipzig reveals how to align your data strategy with long-term growth, build stakeholder trust, and avoid costly missteps. Trust equips senior executives to drive innovation while earning customer loyalty.


Co-Intelligence: Living and Working with AI

By Ethan Mollick, Portfolio Publishing, April 2024

Wharton professor Ethan Mollick, author of the popular “One Useful Thing” newsletter, presents Co-Intelligence, the definitive guide to thriving in the AI era. Since the advent of ChatGPT in November 2022, AI has shown it can perform creative and innovative tasks once exclusive to humans. Mollick, a leading voice on AI, explores how to engage with AI as a coworker, teacher, and coach. Using real-time examples, he explains how AI can transform business and education, urging us to harness its potential while preserving our humanity.


The Algorithm: How AI Decides Who Gets Hired, Monitored, Promoted & Fired & Why We Need to Fight Back Now

By Hilke Schellmann. Hachette Books, Jan. 2024

In The Algorithm, Emmy-winning journalist Hilke Schellmann exposes how AI has silently taken over the workplace, posing significant civil rights issues. Through a compelling investigative journey, Schellmann explores hiring technologies affected by AI and uncovers systemic discrimination and faulty AI tools impacting women and people of color. Her work urges a re-evaluation of how we hire and treat employees.

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