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SV038: Stanford's First Entrepreneur-In-Residence on Future Housing with James Ehrlich

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On today’s episode, we interview James Ehrlich. James Ehrlich is a serial entrepreneur in the areas of technology, media technology and clean-tech. He is the founder at ReGen Villages, Entrepreneur in Residence at Stanford University Center for Compassion, Altruism, Research and Education (CCARE), and faculty at Singularity University.


James is part of an on-going White House Task Force on the Nexus of Food, Water, Energy and Waste and advising the Office of Science and Technology Policy and Department of State on regenerative platform development and implementation at the neighborhood scale. He also co-authored the UN Sustainability Platform Brief "Regenerative Community Development" with Professor Larry Leifer and Chris Ford (AIA) at the Stanford University Center for Design Research.


In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • How is tech leading towards a sustainable future for all?
  • What is the Wood Wide Web?
  • How are digital twins used in the modeling villages of the future?
  • What technology will be used for completely self-reliant cities?
  • What is it like to be the first ever Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Stanford?


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