As someone who has worked both in Silicon Valley and in The White House, Jason Goldman has a unique perspective on tech regulation. This week he shares his thoughts on the rise of monolithic social media platforms and how they’ve been used to advance political agendas and promote hate. He shares what he’s learned about regulation while working in the White House and reminds us that there’s hope in younger generations. Links: Jason Goldman Twitter Dune Pod Podcast Blogger Potential Policy Proposals for Regulation of Social Media and Technology Firms - Senator Mark Warner Color of Change Network Propaganda: Manipulation, Disinformation and Radicalization in American Politics
#1 Return of the sea otter with Dr Jason Goldman. Conservation / marine / Canada / indigenous / environment / sustainable-use
Anthropocene. The Science of Conservation with Byron Pace
We are escaping today, in our minds at least, to the coast of British Columbia, to the archipelago of Haida Gwaii. I pick up a story with Dr Jason Goldman, looking at the re-introduction of expatriated wild sea-otters, and the implications of their return on local communities and the eco-system. Support the show on Patreon: www.patreon.com/byronpace For more info visit: www.byronpace.com Article: https://www.biographic.com/restoring-harmony-in-haida-gwaii/ Jason Goldman: http://www.jasonggoldman.com/
#121 Jason Goldman, Ecotourism, Trophy Hunting, Conservation, Modern Huntman
Into The Wilderness with Byron Pace
From eco-tourism to trophy hunting, Africa to Tajikistan, this show comes to you from the CIC conference in Namibia. Byron sits down with Jason Goldman, science communicator, wildlife reporter, expedition leader and co-founder of SciCommCamp. They recap discussions from the conference before getting into his contribution to Modern Huntsman volume 2, looking at community run conservancies and how it allowed species to recover from the brink. Intro 0-7 min Jason 07- 1.12 email@example.com www.thepacebrothers.com Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/pacebrothers https://modernhuntsman.com/
There are various schools of thought when it comes to the treatment of animals. Some believe we shouldn't eat or kill them under any circumstance. Some believe we can eat animals, but should not mistreat them or hunt for sport. Some say screw it all, let's do what we want. How do ethics come into play? Is there any moral high ground when it comes to hunting? Let's hear what wildlife reporter and hunter Jason Goldman has to say about it! Guest: Jason Goldman (@jgold85) All music created by Simulated Sun: www.simulatedsun.com Check out educational tutorials by Professor Dave: www.professordaveexplains.com
12: The Legislative and Regulatory Landscape of ITS with Jason Goldman of ITS America
Jason Goldman, VP for External Affairs and Stakeholder Engagement at Intelligent Transportation Systems of America (ITS America), joins Regina Hopper to talk about the legislative and regulatory landscape of ITS. He explains why ITS is stuck both in terms of legislation and regulation, the issues with funding for President Trump's infrastructure bill, how this year's electoral politics plays into the world of ITS, and more. Don't forget to tune into next Wednesday's (4/11/2018) webinar at 1:30 PM EDT! Regina and Jason will do a deep-dive into Washington's role in nextgen mobility and how it impacts states and cities/communities in moving intelligent transportation and next generation mobility forward. Register for the webinar here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bmhRMwcrSWiUYjHPt-F0rw
Cara is joined for the third time by her dear friend and colleague Dr. Jason Goldman. They talk about the relationship between ecology and cognitive science, including the massive influence human beings have on the planet's wildlife. They also discuss one of Jason's recent stories about a brilliant decoy that could one day defeat sea turtle poachers in Nicaragua. Follow Jason: @jgold85.
Cara chats with science writer Dr. Jason Goldman about urban wildlife in Southern California, including the pumas/mountain lions/panthers/cougars of the Santa Monica Mountains and the Catalina Island foxes. Also discussed: what we've learned about domestication from Dmitry Belyaev's silver fox study. Follow Jason: @jgold85.
Today on the podcast we are talking with Jason Goldman, a science communicator who found his passion for science writing and sharing stories while working on his PhD research in... Read more » The post EOC 023: The Science Communicators: Jason Goldman appeared first on Wild Lens.
Dr. Jason G. Goldman is a cognitive scientist and science writer based in Los Angeles. He received his Ph.D. at the University of Southern California, where he conducted research at the intersection of developmental psychology and animal cognition.