Cities as Technologies: Using Data and Analytics to Grow From Smart to Brilliant

“Smart”cities seek environmental sustainability, economic prosperity, and convenient, livable spaces – and Big Data and analytics vendors like IBM, SAP, and Oracle promise to help with sensors, dashboards, and other high technology solutions. Civic hackers, open data proponents, and social technolog...

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