Fixing Bugs in Democracy with Math, Law, and Technology

Close political divisions are endangering democracy – but also create new opportunities. Citizens can use math and technology to gain maximum leverage in this fall’s election and in the years ahead. Sam Wang will show how resource optimization can maximize influence on the Presidential race and the Senate, stop gerrymandering, and help build Democracy 2.0.

Watch the entire event below.


Sam Wang is professor of neuroscience at Princeton University and Director of the Princeton Election Consortium.

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