Funding smarter cities the hard way

There’s money to be saved by the public sector and money to be made by the private sector from mining big data to build next generation cities. But who’s going to pay for it?

What happens when you put an American government bureaucrat, an academic, a venture capitalist and an IT executive together to talk about using big data to make our big, bad cities smarter?

The answer is furious agreement that there’s money to be saved by the public sector and money to be made by the private sector from mining big data to build next generation cities. But who’s going to pay for it?

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