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Cortico launched its Local Voices Network earlier this year, an initiative designed to bring under-heard community voices, perspectives and stories to the center of a healthier public dialogue. Members of a community come together and participate in small group discussions gathered around a “digital hearth,” a specialized device that records the discussion and also has a speaker that enables hosts to play clips from previous conversations to prompt discussion and cross-pollinate diverse perspectives across the community.




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