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Technology Roundtable: Smart Cities

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Cities have always been evolving ecosystems of innovation, but recent advances in technology and enhanced access to information have enabled our cities and our citizens as never before. How can we put data and information to better use for our cities? Join moderator Hugh Aldridge, from the UC Berkeley Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society (CITRIS), Cisco Urban Innovations Director Gordon Feller, IBM Executive Industry Architect Jan Gravesen, SFpark Program Manager Jay Primus and Motionloft CEO Jon Mills for a discussion about how we can use technology to make our cities work better.

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