Spies, Lies, and Algorithms by Amy B. Zegart Espionage in the digital age has never been more challenging for the experts, or more perplexing for the general public. Peoria Public Library, North Branch (behind Menards)
According to the Princeton University Press, “Spying has never been more ubiquitous—or less understood. The world is drowning in spy movies, TV shows, and novels, but universities offer more courses on rock and roll than on the CIA and there are more congressional experts on powdered milk than espionage. This crisis in intelligence education is distorting public opinion, fueling conspiracy theories, and hurting intelligence policy. In Spies, Lies, and Algorithms, Amy Zegart separates fact from fiction as she offers an engaging and enlightening account of the past, present, and future of American espionage as it faces a revolution driven by digital technology.” Certain to be a lively discussion – everyone is welcome.