E. Glen Weyl is a Senior Researcher at Microsoft Research New York City. He was valedictorian of Princeton University’s 2007 class, receiving an AB in economics, followed by an MA and PhD in 2008. He then spent three years as a Junior Fellow at the Harvard Society of Fellows and three years as an Assistant Professor at the University of Chicago before joining Microsoft. He is a Sloan Research Fellow 2014-2018. He is also co-founder with Eric Posner and Kevin Slavin of Collective Decision Engines, a start-up that commercializes a voting technique I proposed called Quadratic Voting for market research.