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Mo Gawdat of Google X: The Secret to Happiness May Lie in a Mathematical Equation

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Mo Gawdat, the chief business officer of the moonshot factory Google X, has designed an algorithm to make you happy.

Gawdat started writing when his son died. The resulting book, Solve for Happy, describes the model of happiness that he and his late son built.

At WIRED Live 2017, he shared his hopes for spreading happiness worldwide.

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