Adam Sell

  • Human only pawn in game of life: The Last Human, by Zack Jordan

    Human only pawn in game of life: The Last Human, by Zack Jordan

    The Bot Book Review takes a look at The Last Human, by Zack Jordan.

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  • Passing the test: The Most Human Human, by Brian Christian

    Passing the test: The Most Human Human, by Brian Christian

    The Bot Book Review takes a look at The Most Human Human, by Brian Christian.

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  • Let me build you a world and then tear it down: Crescent Earth, by Ilia Epifanov

    Let me build you a world and then tear it down: Crescent Earth, by Ilia Epifanov

    The Bot Book Review looks at Crescent Earth, by Ilia Epifanov.

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  • In lock (and) step: Lock In, by John Scalzi

    In lock (and) step: Lock In, by John Scalzi

    The Bot Book Review takes a look at Lock In, by John Scalzi.

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  • The house of Mouse: Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom, by Cory Doctorow

    The house of Mouse: Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom, by Cory Doctorow

    The Bot Book Review takes a look at Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom, by Cory Doctorow.

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  • You’ve been steampunked!: Infernal Devices, by K.W. Jeter

    You’ve been steampunked!: Infernal Devices, by K.W. Jeter

    The Bot Book Review takes a look at Infernal Devices by K.W. Jeter.

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  • The world’s first robots: R.U.R. (Rossum's Universal Robots), by Karel Čapek

    The world’s first robots: R.U.R. (Rossum's Universal Robots), by Karel Čapek

    The Bot Book Review takes a look at the 1921 play R.U.R (Rossum's Universal Robots) by Karel Čapek.

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  • Skip the county fair, visit the science fair: Science Fair Season, by Judy Dutton

    Skip the county fair, visit the science fair: Science Fair Season, by Judy Dutton

    The Bot Book Review explores Science Fair Season, by Judy Dutton.

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  • Prerequisites: The World Doesn’t Require You, by Rion Amilcar Scott

    Prerequisites: The World Doesn’t Require You, by Rion Amilcar Scott

    The Bot Book Review takes a look at The World Doesn't Require You, by Rion Amilcar Scott.

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  • After the end of days: Sea of Rust, by C. Robert Cargill

    After the end of days: Sea of Rust, by C. Robert Cargill

    The Bot Book Review takes a look at Sea of Rust, by C. Robert Cargill

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  • Untied Nations headquarters: Retrograde, by Peter Cawdron

    Untied Nations headquarters: Retrograde, by Peter Cawdron

    The Bot Book Review takes a look at Retrograde, by Peter Cawdron.

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  • A slightly less paranoid android: Machines Like Me, by Ian McEwan

    A slightly less paranoid android: Machines Like Me, by Ian McEwan

    The White Ops Bot Book Review launches with a look at Machines Like Me, by Ian McEwan.

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  • The Sophisticated Problem Behind Sophisticated Bots

    The Sophisticated Problem Behind Sophisticated Bots

    What if I told you a major key to increasing your conversion rates had nothing to do with changing your creative, your messaging, or your targeting methodology? Would you believe me if...

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  • 2020 TAG Cyber Security Annual Report And White Ops

    2020 TAG Cyber Security Annual Report And White Ops

    Today we announced that White Ops was selected by TAG Cyber as a Distinguished Vendor for bot mitigation in their 2020 Security Annual. This is an important milestone for White Ops for...

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  • Get Better: Brands take a proactive approach to stop digital fraud

    Get Better: Brands take a proactive approach to stop digital fraud

    I recently attended the ANA 2019 Digital and Social Media Conference in San Diego. It was a great event with many of the world’s top brands represented. Top digital leaders from Target,...

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  • Cannes Lions: Three key highlights on the industry and collaboration

    Cannes Lions: Three key highlights on the industry and collaboration

    This was my first opportunity to be a part of Cannes Lions. Cannes Lions is a five-day festival—now more than 66 years old—that explores and celebrates the value of creativity in...

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  • Why I Joined White Ops

    Why I Joined White Ops

    I have played a part in many technology waves during my 20+ year marketing career. It started with mobile computing, then Wi-Fi, then mobile commerce, and over the past five years,...

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