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Argues that society is now built upon a distrust of institutions and government, with people instead tending to trust complete strangers, or even an Internet bot, and explains the mechanics of trust to show how to benefit from this radical shift.

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Argues that society is now built upon a distrust of institutions and government, with people instead tending to trust complete strangers, or even an Internet bot, and explains the mechanics of trust to show how to benefit from this radical shift.
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Rachel Botsman is a world-renowned expert on an explosive new era of trust and technology and what this means for life, work and how we do business. An award-winning author, speaker and lecturer at Oxford University's SaïBusiness School. She writes and comments regularly for the New York Times, Harvard Business Review, the Wall Street Journal, the Guardian, and more. She's also a contributing editor at Wired. Her latest book, Who Can You Trust? How Technology Brought Us Together -- and Why It Could Drive Us Apart (UK: Penguin; USA: Public Affairs) was published in September 2017. It was named one of the best books of 2017 by Wired, book of the month by the Financial Times, a bestseller on 800 CEO Read and a finalist for The Business Book Awards 2018. Rachel is also the co-author of What's Mine is Yours: How Collaborative Consumption is Changing the Way We Live (HarperCollins, 2010), which predicted the rise of platforms such as Airbnb, TaskRabbit, and Uber, long before they became popular and was named one of Time's "Ten Ideas That'll Change the World" and the book was shortlisted for the 800 CEO Read Business Book of the Year in 2010.