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Operating on Autopilot was created and developed by Mahzarin Banaji, Olivia Kang, and Evan Younger with funding from PwC and Harvard University.
Narration by Olivia Kang, featuring Professor Mahzarin Banaji (Harvard University) and excerpts from Radio Boston (courtesy of WBUR).
Sound Editing & Mixing by Evan Younger
Music by Miracles of Modern Science
Artwork by Olivia Kang
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