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AI and education, Angela Duckworth, app-ified “solutions”, Atlantic Philanthropies, Automated Drones, “evidence-based” approaches, behavioral economics, big data and the surveillance state, Bill Gates, Blockchain, Bloomberg, Callsign (digital identity authentication), Cambridge Analytica, Cass Sunstein, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, Characterlab / Grit, Choice Architects, Citi Group’s “Living Cities” program, Cornell-Technion’s Small Data Lab, criminal justice reform, Daniel Kaheneman, decentralized identifiers (DIDs used to create self-sovereign digital identities), digital exhaust, digital nudges, DISC Holdings (digital payments and credit on blockchain), Dr. James Heckman, a professor of economics at the University of Chicago, e-government transactions, EA3 devices, Element (biometrics), Evan Nesterak - The Philadelphia Behavioral Science Initiative (PBSI), Goldman Sachs, Google, Google’s Eric Schmidt Data is the New Oil, Human Capital and Economic Opportunity Global Working Group (HCEO), Ideas42, Illinois Blockchain Taskforce, impact metrics, Institute for New Economic Thinking - George Soros, International Finance Commission (IFC), Internet of Things, John and Laura Arnold Foundation, John Arnold- Enron, Katherine Milkman, Lisa Nutter - Sidecar Social Finance, MacArthur Foundation, Michael Nutter - What Works Cities, MIT Media Lab, neoliberal practices, Nudge Unit, Obama’s Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, OccupyICEPHL, Pay for Success, Philadelphia District Attorney’s office - Larry Krasner, Project Trillion Billion, PTB Ventures, public pensions, Results for America, Richard Thaler, Smart Cities, social control, social impact investing, Swarthmore Professor Syon Bhanot, Tata Consulting, The Brookings Institution, UPenn’s GRASP lab, US Army Research Lab, Wharton Business School, Wharton’s Behavior Change for Good program

Digital Nudging: Data, Devices & Social Control