Marc Goodman

6 Marc Goodman Recommended Books

Marc Goodman is a global thought leader in the field of security, technology and crime. He is an advisor to the FBI, Interpol, United Nations, and NATO on matters of cyber security and crime. He is the Founder of the Future Crimes Institute, a consulting firm focused on security and technology, and the author of the New York Times bestseller Future Crimes. He is an accomplished speaker and has appeared on multiple television and radio shows.

6 Books recommended by Marc Goodman

The Singularity Is Near

The Singularity Is Near

When Humans Transcend Biology

Author :Ray Kurzweil

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"Has shown [...] that there is this persistent exponential pace of technology." - Marc Goodman [Source]

Superintelligence

Superintelligence

Paths, Dangers, Strategies

Author :Nick Bostrom

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One of Marc Goodman's most-gifted or recommended books. [Source]

Hooked

Hooked

How to Build Habit-Forming Products

Author :Nir Eyal

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One of Marc Goodman's answers to "sources you've learned from in the last year?" [Source]

One Police Plaza

One Police Plaza

Author :William J. Caunitz

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"Really got what policing was and what policing was all about. I thought that was pretty amazing." - Marc Goodman [Source]

The Inevitable

The Inevitable

Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future

Author :Kevin Kelly

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One of Marc Goodman's answers to "sources you've learned from in the last year?" [Source]

FAQs

Q1: How often does Marc Goodman recommend books?

Marc Goodman recommends new books on a monthly basis.

The books recommended by Marc Goodman can be found online and in bookstores.

The books recommended by Marc Goodman can be purchased through major book retailers, as well as through online stores such as Amazon.

No, Marc Goodman does not appear to provide any specific ranking system for the wide variety of books he recommends. He recommends books on technology, cybersecurity, and the future as an author and speaker. While he may praise certain books over others informally, he does not formally rate or rank the books he suggests reading in interviews, articles, and on social media.