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What Is Quantitative Justice?

  The use of data analytics in relation to ideas of fairness and impartiality as well as the concepts of equity, righteousness, and lawfulness is what Quantitative Justice stands for. It rejects avaricious bias and undue influence and places emphasis on the fundamental principles of fairness and truth. 
  Posts may be quantitative or qualitative in nature and cover broad concepts such as economics, technology, philosophy, mathematics but will always be anchored in fundamental truth and justice.


About Brian

I am a serial entrepreneur, technologist, lawyer, and Eagle Scout. In my free time, I pursue quantifying the qualitative- from philosophy and politics to economics and new technologies.
I focus on the 0-1 business space, creating innovative ideas, products, and technologies and bringing them to market.

I am currently working on company number 2 as the co-founder and CEO of Beacon, a consumer and business-friendly first of its kind for UV disinfection device. We are on a mission to restore trust, safety, and freedom to occupied spaces via airborne and surface disinfection.


My first business, Ascent RegTech, was a venture-backed regulatory AI company that automatically generated regulatory knowledge.

I have worked as a CEO, General Counsel, Regulator, and Chief Compliance Officer in a variety of spaces operating with the principles of integrity and compassion.


I hold an MBA from the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business, where I wrote my thesis on the "Economics of Artificial Intelligence."

I also have a JD from DePaul University, where I wrote a thesis on the "Impact of Technology and "conscious parallelism" in oligopolistic markets" (how market competition is harmed in technology advanced markets).

I earned a BA in economics and political science from the University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign.

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