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Big Data & Smart Cities: How can we prepare for them?

There are 1.3 million people moving into cities each week, and by 2040, 65% of the world’s population is expected to be living in cities, with 90% of this urban population growth set to occur in Africa and Asia.

From e-bikes to congestion charges, experts have spent decades trying to improve the quality of life in our cities.




Imagine the future of data

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Alexandre Gonfalonieri

Alexandre Gonfalonieri

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