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Alan Reiter, President, Wireless Internet & Mobile Computing
9/8/2014
A Silicon Valley company says the world is ready for robots patrolling cities. The technology may be ready, but how about cities and their citizens?
Pablo Valerio, International Business & IT Consultant
8/28/2014
While the e-book revolution has disrupted the traditional publishing of mainstream books, textbooks are still published on paper. One of the reasons is the lack of a flexible, ...
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8/14/2014
Are computer tablets the quick fix for what ails our city schools? Can they save money while improving education? Those are typical questions that are discussed by every school ...
Nicole Ferraro, Editor in Chief, Future Cities
2/12/2014
Should specific cities get to offer visas in order to lure in talented immigrants? That depends on who you ask. But it's a strategy some cities are considering.
Mary Jander, Managing Editor, Future Cities
1/24/2014
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Mary Jander, Managing Editor, Future Cities
1/15/2014
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