Professor, Harvard Business School; Author, "The Age of Surveillance Capitalism"
Scholar, writer, activist Shoshana Zuboff is the author of three major books, each signaling a new epoch in technological society. Her recent masterwork, The Age of Surveillance Capitalism, available in 26 languages, has been hailed as the tech industry’s Silent Spring, the Das Kapital and the Wealth of Nations of the 21st Century. Her work has been recognized with the Axel Springer Award (2019), the EPIC Lifetime Achievement Award (2021), and the inaugural Global Privacy Assembly Giovanni Buttarelli Award (2021). Professor Zuboff has received honorary degrees from the University of Amsterdam, the Copenhagen Business School, and the University of London. She is the Charles Edward Wilson Professor Emeritus Harvard Business School, a faculty associate at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Carr Center for Human Rights, and the Co-chair of the Prefiguration Committee of the International Observatory on Information and Democracy.