Hi Everybody. I launched a podcast called “Syracuse Startup” which interviews entrepreneurs in Syracuse to share insights, challenges, victories, etc. in our chosen fields. My first guest is a friend of mine, Eric Maley, of Upstate Agents, talking about how he got into real estate. Look out for new episodes approximately once a month. Please consider subscribing and leaving positive reviews.

If you are an entrepreneur in Syracuse and would like to be on the show, give me a shout. Techies are somewhat preferred, but its not a requirement.

Here is a link:

Ep. 4 – Dr. Jamie Winders of the Autonomous Systems Policy Institute (ASPI) Syracuse Startup

In this episode, I interviewed Jamie Winders. Dr. Winders is the Director of the Autonomous Systems Policy Institute at Syracuse University where her research focuses on the design, regulation, and social impacts of emerging technologies, especially autonomous systems and artificial intelligence. I found this episode really interesting, especially if, like me, you are thinking about how the development of drone and autonomous vehicle technology affects policy and culture. Dr. Winders is extremely assessable and has a real gift for breaking down complex subject matter into easy-to-understand concepts. If you have any suggestions for future podcasts, shoot me an email at jlong@long.law. If you enjoyed the podcast, please leave a rating wherever you download your podcasts.
  1. Ep. 4 – Dr. Jamie Winders of the Autonomous Systems Policy Institute (ASPI)
  2. Ep. 3 – Susie Ippolito of Susie Ippolito Brands
  3. Ep. 2 – David Fox of SMARTA
  4. Ep. 1 – Eric Maley of Upstate Agents

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