Cities are using data to improve governance , but profound challenges lie ahead.
The concept of "smart cities" has become a catchphrase—but what does it really mean for companies?
Digitalization will reshape transportation in 2030—in Atlanta, Los Angeles, New Jersey, and Boston—and beyond.
What is data, and how is it reshaping our shared urban reality?
Are we in the process of tearing down the walls of the post-industrial city? Or is nature doing it for us?
The smart city is a work in progress, as top-down and bottom-up forces vie for influence and control.
Anthony Townsend addresses the 2012 Code for America summit.
The interplay between geography and innovation is changing at every scale—global, national, regional, and local? How do we make places to harness these shifts?