Writing a book is really a community affair, and we would like to acknowledge the contribution of just a few of the many people who helped us along the way.
We are extremely grateful to the following visionaries and innovators who generously gave their time to speak with us as we developed the ideas represented in this book: Joseph Sirosh at Microsoft; Stuart Frankel and Kris Hammond at Narrative Science; Flavio Villanustre and David Glowacki at LexisNexis; Joel Rose at New Classrooms; Stephen Laster at McGraw-Hill Education; Ned Curic at Toyota; Max Yankelevich at Work Fusion; Jude Dieterman and Larry Bridge from TriZetto; Matt Wood at Amazon Web Services; Brett Tromp and Emile Stipp at Discovery Health; Robert High at IBM Watson; Dennis Mortensen at x.ai; Joe Procopio at Automated Insights; Xavier Peich at SmartHalo; and Anne Filson and Gary Rohrbacher from Filson-Rohrbacher.
In many cases we've built on research and insights from Cognizant's Center for the Future of Work, and we'd like to particularly thank Robert Brown, Manish Bahl, Euan Davis, Kevin Benedict, and the rest of the team for their work developing the ideas in this book.
We'd also like to thank the many Cognizant associates (too numerous to mention) who wake up every day intent on doing the best for clients. In particular, we'd like to thank Sowri Santhanakrishnan, Kaushik Bhaumik, Lee Saber, and Zacharyah Abend. Many others graciously added to their responsibilities by helping to connect us ...