Constantine Kontokosta

New York University

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Professor of urban informatics and head of the quantified community lab at New York University's Center for Urban Science and Progress

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Big tech companies including IBM and Cisco invented the idea of "smart cities" using Big Data to systematize public services and improve the quality of life.

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Big tech companies including IBM and Cisco invented the idea of "smart cities" using Big Data to systematize public services and improve the quality of life.

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