According to New York Times best-selling author Dov Seidman, the world is being reshaped faster than we’ve been able to reshape ourselves. Machines can out-process, out-perform and, now, out-think us — the basis of a transformative, 21st-century technological revolution as consequential as the scientific revolution. In an age where machines are reshaping the global economy, we are forced to ask a most profound question: What does it mean to be human in the age of intelligent machines?

The answer, according to Dov, is the one thing machines will never have: a heart. Dov reveals how rising leaders and entrepreneurs can learn to survive and thrive in our “Human Economy.”

Dov Seidman is the founder and CEO of LRN, an ethics and compliance management firm. LRN is renowned as one of the leading ethics firms and educates Fortune 500 titans such as the NFL, Dell, Kellogg’s and Pfizer. Dov’s most recent novel, HOW: Why How We Do Anything Means Everything, distills his philosophy of trust, performance, and restoring the meaning of the word ‘How’. In 2008, Economic Times named Seidman one of the Top 60 Global Thinkers of the Last Decade. Seidman is also a columnist for the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Forbes and the Huffington Post. Follow Dov on Twitter @DovSeidman.

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