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Dallas Is Embracing Opportunities to Innovate
Mayor of Dallas, Texas
I continued to call Dallas home, not just for the career opportunities, but because the city constantly took steps forward to becoming one of the world's greatest cities.
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New Year's Eve Never Lives Up To Expectations... So You Should Just Wear Pants And Flats
It's not. Ladies, as the big night approaches and you start to ponder your fashion strategy for the evening, realize that
What Works: Local Solutions, Global Models For World Cities
Juan Manuel Restrepo Cadavid
Parking Tech: An Accelerator to the Connected City... the Human City
President and CEO, Streetline, Inc.
The biggest impact that the Internet of Things will have on our lives and businesses seems to be remaining quietly in the background, waiting for us to realize its significance until it begins to crawl up on us and become seamless in our daily lives: our cities.
People-Powered Politics at the City Level: Searching for True Citizenship
Co-founder and General Manager, Purpose Brazil
Precisely because of the magnitude of the problems they face, cities are increasingly emerging as the most fertile grounds for creating change. They are the laboratories in which many of the world's most intractable challenges will be solved.
The Digitalization of Cities: Sketching a Future Urban Scenario
Digitization has a profound effect on cities. Information about urban conditions can be captured in real-time, processed, and fed back into cities, enabling new ways to monitor, understand, and impact them. These transformations are on their way to revolutionize urban life.
Designing Human Cities: Lessons Learned From Coworking
Eric van den Broek
Two and a half years ago, a friend of mine, my brothers and I shared a common vision. It was time, we thought, to re-think the way people live and work. Technology enables us to work virtually anywhere anytime with anyone. In this context, what should workspaces look like?
The Algorithmic City
Unfortunately, we cannot just take down cities and rebuild them, add more capacity in public transports, or create more physical space. The only thing we can do is become better at how we manage them. And the way we do it is simply by predicting what will happen.
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