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This book is based on the concepts of Evolutionary Science, Philosophy, Genetics, Psychology and Social Science explains why we need not marry.The First Part of the book starts with chapters on love and infidelity, happiness and id, ego & superego. There are some circumstances in which people should not marry, for example, a patient…
Haque posits that IT’s potential as a tool for human development depends on how civil servants and citizens actively engage in identifying desired outcomes, map IT solutions to those outcomes, and routinize the applications of those solutions. This leads to his call for the development of entrepreneurs who generate innovative solutions to critical human needs and problems. In his powerful summary, Haque recaps possible answers to the question: “What is the best way a public institution can apply technology to improving the human condition?”
Haque masterfully flexes between crisp logical arguments and a deep empathy for human values. He finds apt metaphors that bring multifaceted scenarios into clear focus for experts and laymen alike. Engrossing, challenging, and important, Surveillance, Transparency, and Democracy is essential reading for both policy makers as well as the great majority of readers and citizens engaged in contemporary arguments about the role of government, public health and security, individual privacy, data collection, and surveillance.