The Datapreneurs: The Promise of AI and the Creators Building Our Future

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6.1 X 9.1 X 0.8 inches | 0.74 pounds

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About the Author

Bob Muglia is a data technology investor and business executive, former CEO of Snowflake, and past president of Microsoft's Server and Tools Division. As a leader, Bob focuses on how innovation and ethical values can merge to shape the data economy's future in the era of AI. He serves as a board director for emerging companies which seek to maximize the power of data to help solve some of the world's most challenging problems.

Steve Hamm is a journalist and documentary filmmaker based in New Haven, Connecticut. In 1989, he began writing articles and books, including many that reflected his passion for innovation and the tech industry. His most recent work, The Pivot: Addressing Global Problems Through Local Solutions, is published by Columbia University Press.


"Muglia rightly refocuses us on the people, not just the algorithms and machines, behind the next wave of artificial intelligence."
--Satya Nadella, Chairman and CEO, Microsoft

"As a values-based leader, Bob brings a unique point of view that inspires others to solve today's greatest technical challenges."
--Mark C Thompson, chief executive leadership coach and New York Times bestselling author"

Bob remained at the forefront of data technology throughout his career, and his informed perspective makes this book extremely compelling."
--Paul Maritz, technology investor, former CEO of VMware, and former group vice president at Microsoft

"As the Information Age evolves into the Age of AI, data has never been more critical to the enterprise or, dare I say, humanity. There is nobody better than Bob to frame the important conversations about the data road ahead."
--Brad Gerstner, Serial Entrepreneur and Founder / CEO of Altimeter Capital.