Jason Stanley explains why location sustainability will help save the planet
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This episode we're talking with Jason Stanley. Jason is the Head of Insights at Local Logic, a company building tools to help make the cities of the future more livable, thriving, and sustainable. 

He has led research and product teams at several technology and artificial intelligence companies, served on the Partnership on Artificial Intelligence's Expert Group on Human-AI Collaboration, was an invited expert on AI issues for the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development, and worked on labor market policy for the Government of Canada. Jason holds a Ph.D. in Sociology from New York University and social science degrees from Oxford University and Williams College.

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- Even the Darkness has Arms by The Barr Brothers


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