Everybody Lies | BIG DATA. NEW DATA, … | Seth Stephens-Davidowitz | Audiobook
0:00 Everybody Lies: Big Data, New Data, and What the Internet Can Tell Us About Who We Really Are
by Seth Stephens – Davidowitz, Steven Pinker
Blending the informed analysis of The Signal and the Noise with the instructive iconoclasm of Think Like a Freak, a fascinating, illuminating, and witty look at what the vast amounts of information now instantly available to us reveals about ourselves and our world—provided we ask the right questions.
0:21 Introduction: The Outlines of a Revolution
36:33 PART I: DATA, BIG AND SMALL
36:41 1. Your Faulty Gut
1:06:43 PART II: THE POWERS OF BIG DATA
1:06:47 2. Was Freud Right?
1:23:44 3. Data Reimagined
1:36:08 Bodies as Data
1:58:06 Words as Data
2:30:54 Pictures as Data
2:41:42 4. Digital Truth Serum
2:53:41 The Truth About Sex
3:21:17 The Truth About Hate and Prejudice
3:42:28 The Truth About the Internet
3:50:55 The Truth About Child Abuse and Abortion
3:59:25 The Truth About Your Facebook Friends
4:05:08 The Truth About Your Customers
4:11:31 Can We Handle the Truth?
4:21:03 5. Zooming In
4:30:37 What’s Really Going On in Our Counties, Cities, and Towns?
5:00:51 How We Fill Our Minutes and Hours
5:10:37 Our Doppelgangers
5:25:27 Data Stories
5:27:22 6. All the World’s a Lab
5:31:32 The ABCs of A/B Testing
5:44:10 Nature’s Cruel but Enlightening Experiments
6:17:27 PART III: BIG DATA: HANDLE WITH CARE
6:17:36 7. Big Data, Big Schmata? What It Cannot Do
6:23:24 The Curse of Dimensionality
6:33:51 The Overemphasis on What Is Measurable
6:41:57 8. Mo Data, Mo Problems? What We Shouldn’t Do
6:42:08 The Danger of Empowered Corporations
6:56:48 The Danger of Empowered Governments
7:04:38 Conclusion: How Many People Finish Books?