October 26, 2010 at the Koret-Milken Institute in Jerusalem offered Urban Logic the opportunity to present research on using using interfaith ethics to tag money, and in that way bring greater understanding and tolerance to the various religious groups in and surrounding Israel. The Koret-Milken Fellows are impressive, and go on to occupy major leadership positions […]
Question: Often we’re asked: When and why did Urban Logic move from New York City to Palo Alto?
Since 2005, Urban Logic has enjoyed collaboration with some of the best and brightest, and an authentic dialogue about catalysts and conditions for improving regional quality of life. At Stanford’s Center for Internet and Society in the Law School, Stanford’s Center for Legal Informatics leveraging the Law School and the Computer Science School and now at Stanford Engineering, Urban Logic’s founder Bruce Cahan has found allies on campus and throughout Silicon Valley (for instance, at Google, IDEO and SAP).