Panel: Smart Cities in a World of Big Data and Ubiquitous Connectivity
Cities are becoming increasingly important in the lives of their citizens as well as economic engines for their regions as well as countries. As data is increasingly available from every minute aspect of city life, and ubiquitous connectivity can provide all of it to central locations, how will this impact the daily life of a city as well as the lives of its citizens. Traffic, municipal services, health, play; what aspects of daily life will be transformed by this change.
- Maria Saporta, Saporta Report - Moderator
- Jennifer Clark, Georgia Tech
- Jeremy Dies, IBM
- Carl DiSalvo, Georgia Tech
- Stephen Vincent, AT&T
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