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.

The Pros and Cons of "Smart Cities"

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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