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Hacker Noon 04/22/2019 13:31
Dubai officials have launched Smart Dubai, the program is a public-private partnership to create a smart city with a seamless experience for its citizens and an efficient city government powered by blockchain technology by 2020.
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IoT Council 04/22/2019 03:12
This turmoil affects cities, where the accelerating digitalization of our economy has opened the door for more technologies.
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7wData 04/21/2019 09:55
This issue has been raised before in academia and has been answered with frameworks and standards such as the Boston Smart City Playbook or the BSI Smart City Standards.
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Read more: Quayside Toronto project proves that smart city talks must be transparent Intelligent communities Urban areas need to plan intelligently for the use of smart devices, leadership in social and disruptive innovations and change management processes.
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DTiNews (Vietnam) 04/21/2019 01:32
ABB helping Da Nang become smart city Da Nang is taking steps to transform itself into a smart city by 2020, in line with the direction from the government, and ABB technologies will support this transformation.
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Thua Thien Hue earlier set up a smart city monitoring and operations centre to support its plans for smart city services development.
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FirstPost (India) 04/19/2019 06:19
Smart Cities is all about using Industry 4.0, Digital Technologies and IoT, whereas the commissioners of the cities or special purpose vehicle (SPVs) guys typically are urban people.
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Harvard Business Review 04/18/2019 09:42
Toronto is experimenting with smart city concepts envisioned by Google spin-off Sidewalk Labs. Harvard Business School professors Leslie John and Mitch Weiss discuss the tradeoffs of using technology to improve modern city life at potential costs to digital privacy from their case, “Sidewalk Labs: Privacy in a City Built from the Internet Up.” Is it worth it?
Co.Design 04/18/2019 06:00
A Canadian civil liberties group is taking aim at all three tiers of government for allegedly allowing Sidewalk Labs to make decisions about citizens’ privacy in Toronto. A civil liberties group in Canada is suing three tiers of government over potential privacy issues posed by Sidewalk Labs’s plan to develop a 12-acre smart city in Toronto , which will be approved or denied later this summer.
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ZDNet 04/18/2019 00:17
Related Coverage Qualcomm announces smart cities accelerator program Qualcomm will provide 'matchmaking' for governments, municipalities, and enterprises with hardware, software, cloud, design, and manufacturing providers under its new Smart Cities Accelerator Program.
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Boing Boing 04/17/2019 15:28
READ THE REST Back in 2017, the Norwegian Consumer Council published a damning report on the privacy leaks from kids' "smart watches," a parade of horrors that included allowing unauthorized third parties to trace your kid's location, and also to covertly eavesdrop through the watches' microphones and bark creepy orders at them through their speakers.
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PR Newswire 04/17/2019 11:37
Cities with forward-looking initiatives to diversify their mobility offerings, and investments in smart traffic solutions and strategies to promote multimodal journeys are leading the race of sustainable mobility.
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