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Mayor Ed Murray’s executive order requires new standards of governance and policy around open data across all city departments.
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Data Science Conference Boston. Choose from 6 conferences including Machine Learning & more. Meet some of the most innovative Data Scientists in the world.
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An entrepreneurial mindset is key, smart-city managers said at last week's conference.

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One council member raised concerns, but council eventually voted to approve the new Parks, Facilities, an
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The relationship between technology and politics has always been a somewhat uneasy one. At least, that’s how it used to be. But the 2016 Presidential election appeared to have woken a sleeping giant and energized the entire civic tech sector.
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NYC311, New York City’s primary source of government information and non-emergency services, set another record for the most annual contacts with 35,982,514 customer requests for services or information in 2016 Continue Reading →
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Last year’s headline-grabbing security breaches of IoT technology was the opening salvo in a new cyberwar where smart cities are firmly in the crosshairs.
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Welcome to connected lighting CityTouch goes way beyond illumination: Flood streets and public spaces with energy-efficient, high-quality light Connec
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“This will save residents from the hassle of driving downtown, find parking, give their Citizen Communication, then have to fight traffic on…
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In our new Insights Research report, The roadmap of options: Monetizing and managing IoE services, analyst Phil Bull writes, “The Internet of Everything (IoE) has almost limitless potential to impr…
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The City of Winnipeg is asking the public for help in deciding what should replace the Public Safety Building.
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How will we get to work in the future, and what is being done now to ease congestion in our cities?
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Is your city smart? There seems to be many ways to determine if a city is smart. However, as I see it, a smart city is truly compelling when citizens experience a sharp reduction in crime rates, a decline in energy consumption, a decrease in traffic congestion, and an overall improvement in water usage. In
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How the Internet of Things (IoT) is connecting up our cities in real-time
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Their ideas include an online platform to combat misinformation during Middle East and North Africa election campaigns, an app to support Arabic-speaking victims of domestic violence in the United States, and a blockchain-based system to protect property ownership rights in Libya.
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The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation has announced the names of the 144 finalists in the 2017 edition of the Knight Cities Challenge
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