Thomas Ramge is the author of more than a dozen books on information and technology, including Who’s Afraid of AI, published by The Experiment. Reinventing Capitalism in the Age of Big Data, which was coauthored with Viktor Mayer-Schönberger, was published by Basic Books and The Global Economy as You’ve Never Seen It, written with Jan Schwochow, was published by The Experiment.
Thomas has been honored with multiple journalism and literary awards, including the Axiom Business Book Award’s Gold Medal, the getAbstract International Book Award, strategy+business magazine’s Best Business Book of the Year (in Technology and Innovation), the Herbert Quandt Media Prize, and the German Business Book Prize.
He is the technology correspondent of the business magazine eins and is a contributing editor at The Economist. The author of ten books, he has written widely about big data and digitization. His books, published in Germany by publishers including Campus Verlag, Econ, Redline, and Rowohlt, include Der Spiegel bestsellers and award winners.
He will publish Access Rules: Freeing Data from Big Tech for a Better Future, written with Viktor Mayer-Schönberger, with the University of California Press. The book was originally published in Germany by Murmann Publishers as Machtmaschinen.