How Silicon Valley's Capital is Co-Creating The Smart City of Tomorrow
What would the smartest city in the world look like? And how would we even begin to plan, build, and maintain it? This is exactly what Alphabet-owned Sidewalk Labs is trying to figure out with their latest Toronto waterfront development called Quayside. With the help of machine learning, and other enabling technologies, Sidewalk Labs is “reimagining cities to improve quality of life.”
Currently 54% of the world’s population lives in cities and this is expected to increase to 66% by 2050. With all these new dwellers, innovation is not just needed but expected, particularly in mobility. This simple but challenging task is […]
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