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Citizens must have a voice in AI

Citizens must have a voice in AI

The Royal Society of Arts is calling for a public dialogue when it comes to contentious uses of artificial intelligence

Two-thirds of Americans say they don't want to live in a smart city

Two-thirds of Americans say they don't want to live in a smart city

According to a new survey by Vrge Strategies, 66 per cent of Americans do not favour the prospect

Copenhagen shares takeaways from its City Data Exchange

Copenhagen shares takeaways from its City Data Exchange

Copenhagen has one of the most advanced data-sharing programmes in the world. It has released a report of findings from its City Data Exchange on how to improve data infrastructure in Denmark and beyond.

Trial technologies selected for Toronto's first smart city pilot programme

Trial technologies selected for Toronto's first smart city pilot programme

QuadReal Property Group and the City of Toronto select winning innovators to pilot their technologies.

Greening our cities

Greening our cities

EU Green Week sees the launch of the Green City Tool, which allows cities to assess their green performance and rate themselves against other cities

UK and Michigan collaborate on mobility

UK and Michigan collaborate on mobility

The two sides have pledged to work together on harmonising global policy, regulations and standards to make future transportation safer
Why the smart city could increasingly start at home

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Why the smart city could increasingly start at home

There are set to be almost 300 million smart homes installed around the world by 2022, according to a new report from ABI Research, and therefore smart home devices and services will play an increasingly important part in smart city programmes. We talked to the research report author, Jonathan Collins, Research Director at ABI Research, to find out more.

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