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Justice.exe

This game was developed as part of the 2016-17 Honors College Praxis Lab titled When Machines Decide

Student Programmers


Austin Anderson
I'm currently a CS major at the University of Utah. I graduated from Desert Hills High School, Varsity Captain of the Swim team and High Honor Roll. I cant speak any foreign languages but I'm pretty fluent in a lot of coding languages. I also have a unhealthy fascination with The Great Gatsby.

Logan Cox
My name is Logan Cox and I am currently majoring in Business and Computer Science. This will be my third year at the at the U. I currently work in the Cyber Security department at the University of Utah Information Security Office and at the Lassonde Studios as a Resident Advisor. I currently am working on a startup that can help create transparency in the health field using heath data provided by the government. I have passions for powerlifting, business, coding, health, and working with underrepresented communities.

Logan Dean Erickson
I have been an actor and game designer almost all my life. I act and develop games because I believe that everyone deserves to laugh, smile and be entertained. The game industry is still young and has so much untapped potential beyond entertainment. With game development as my passion, I want to create games that do more that just entertain but also educate, heal and allow players to see a topic from a new perspective. Growing up in River Falls, Wisconsin I played a lot of games with my family. As I got older and acted more frequently I decide that I needed to hide my love of games and inner geek because it wasn't cool. I soon after realized that such a tactic was not going to work and it was much better to be yourself. I know that sounds corny, but it is true. Now, I encourage everyone and anyone to always follow their passion no matter how ridiculous it seems and unleash their inner geek. I also love to breakdance in my free time as it may be the best stress reliever on the planet. I currently produce the University of Utah's premier geek website, The Geekwave and work as a Game Designer at Octothorpe.

Skyler Jayson
I’ve lived in Utah ever since my family immigrated here when I was at the age of three. Growing up I had to figure out social norms and expectations due to the culture difference. I’ve learned that learning first-hand is much more valuable than learning through secondary sources. Even though college football is the holy grail here I am an avid fan of the Patriots and the NFL. Other than school work I spend my time exercising, playing, and pondering about why I am here. I love working with people and tend to have an over-optimistic view on them. With that I love to help people and have an astonishment with the human body and its mechanisms. I hope one day to work on prosthetics to help give those things which most of us take for granted.
Andrew Yang I've lived half my life in Beijing, China, so Chinese traditions and culture are deeply ingrained into my way of thinking and acting. With that background in mind, maybe me liking to do math isn't that weird? I also enjoy practicing Chinese calligraphy, reading (mostly in Chinese, it's way easier for me), and playing video games. And maybe the occasional coding side project for personal uses. I am currently studying Mathematics and Computer Science here, and hopefully will be in a CS grad school program in 2 years.
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