Think smart cities are smart enough yet? Think again.

Digitization Needs Direction – Rethinking Digital Transformation
July 12, 2017
Leadership is a deal maker (…or breaker)
August 16, 2017
Show all

“In the future, smart cities will likely bring about many benefits, like less pollution and more efficient transportation systems. But they could also bring about many unintended consequences, according to a panel of speakers at Fortune’s recent Brainstorm Tech conference in Aspen, Colo.

The group of experts from energy, transportation, government, finance, and other sectors gathered to debate the top-of-mind topic earlier this week. One of the most pressing questions that repeatedly came up was how to keep hackers from breaching increasingly digitized smart grid systems and transportation networks.” –

This is why smart cities would have to get a lot smarter, according to Michal Lev-Ram