Steven Pedigo

New York Universitiy

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Assistant Clinical Professor at New York University and Director of its Civic Innovation and Creative Cities Initiative; Director of Research for the Creative Class Group; researcher on Who’s Your City?: How the Creative Economy is Making Where to Live the Most Important Decision of Your Life

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Silicon Valley is the epicenter of tech innovation, creating the infrastructure for the virtual universe so much of the real world now lives in.

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Silicon Valley is the epicenter of tech innovation, creating the infrastructure for the virtual universe so much of the real world now lives in.

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