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Nigel Jacob
Co-founder of | Fellow | | Exec-in-Res | Urban Aichemist | Bodhi, Thea and Friede's Dad!
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Nigel Jacob 15h
Crowdsourcing Research Questions? Leveraging the Crowd’s Experiential Knowledge for Problem Finding -
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Value Sensitive Design: Shaping Technology with Moral Imagination -
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Social Media Monitoring: How the Department of Homeland Security Uses Digital Data in... -
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Nigel Jacob May 23
Making Government Work: The Next Ten Years (and some news) by Good luck Jen!!!
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Nigel Jacob May 20
Why Racial Disparities in Asthma Are an Urban Planning Issue
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Nigel Jacob May 16
Evergreen Cities by jennifer micó
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Nigel Jacob May 16
“A project where the only pressure and tension Sidewalk Labs’ experiences comes from pushing on one question - what will they let us do?” — 
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Nigel Jacob May 16
“The issues that can’t be captured by the plan, they’re the real problem. It’s what’s happening outside the lines. Fundamentally, this company is taking a run at our governments.” — 
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Nigel Jacob May 16
Democracy or Sidewalk Toronto. You Can Have One But You Can’t Have Both. by
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Nigel Jacob May 16
“Because if there’s one thing Sidewalk Labs’ excels at, it’s marketing. There will be no shortage of attention paid to the wrapping and bow. The plan will be long on irrelevant details and feel-good flourishes and short on critical issues…” — 
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Nigel Jacob May 16
“The days are closing in on Sidewalk Labs. The stakes on their increasingly overdue plan get higher everyday, it’s due this ‘spring’. As they pump out marketing events, panel and conference appearances, and public relations gimmicks to…” — 
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Nigel Jacob May 16
Collab: A new digital tool for community participation by
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Nigel Jacob May 8
Taking an experimental approach to innovation in Boston – Nigel Jacob by via
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Nigel Jacob May 8
Here's a podcast of us discussing our Civic Research Agenda: ...check it out !!
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Nigel Jacob May 3
Do you have any early thoughts on what’s next for you?
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Nigel Jacob May 3
How’s it going? Sorry that we didn’t have more of a chance to chat for last time we saw each other in Princeton
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Nigel Jacob Apr 23
The power of public spaces: What five cities learned via
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Nigel Jacob Apr 23
I'm going to "About Face: The Changing Landscape of Face Recognition". See you there? via
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Nigel Jacob Apr 23
Silicon Valley Came to Kansas Schools. That Started a Rebellion.
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Nigel Jacob Apr 18
New York City Demystifies Social Service Benefits Screening
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