Smart Cities

How autonomous-vehicle companies and cities have learned to work together

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Self-driving cars and delivery bots are becoming more advanced, but are cities and their residents ready for them?

A closer look at how Florida is rebuilding IT operations

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On the Priorities podcast, Florida CIO James Grant offers his insights on why this iteration of Florida IT might be the right one.

Cities urged to ‘think boldy’ about ‘historic and monumental’ federal funding

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Speakers at Miami's Smart City Expo USA said recent federal funding is a "once in a lifetime" opportunity to build digital equity.

With new CTO, Georgia continues push to cloud

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On the Priorities Podcast, Georgia CTO Dmitry Kagansky says “there’s a lot of movement” in the state on cloud migration.

Louisville, Ky., codifies open data portal

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On the Priorities podcast, Louisville, Ky., Chief of Civic Innovation Technology Grace Simrall says the city's open data is getting new life.

Redefining 'smart cities' while preparing for the Olympics

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As Los Angeles prepares for the 2028 Olympics, city CIO Ted Ross and San Francisco CIO Linda Gerull discussed what "smart city" means now.

Taking collaboration to the ‘smart cities’ movement

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On the Priorities podcast, Coral Gables, Fla., technology leader Raimundo Roduflo talks about his approach to “smart cities.”

Cities are getting better at reading between the numbers

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Cities have never been more focused on data, and they're using new approaches — from data academies to project-based learning — to ramp up their efforts.

Will the world’s most sustainable city be built in the U.S.?

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The proposed city of Telosa could be a meaningful advance for planned communities in the United States.

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