Cities and Urbanization

Can smart cities help their residents without hurting their privacy?

As data becomes more and more essential in the infrastructure of the future, citizens must kept in the loop. Image: Jens Johnsson/Unsplash

Alex Ryan

VP of systems innovation and program director, MaRS Solutions Lab

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