The Fourth Industrial Revolution will use information technology to solve communal issues in major metropolises. Hangzhou is over-crowded, over-developed, and congested. Alibaba’s City Brain optimizes urban public resources by correcting defects and analyzing data in real-time; 75% of individuals worry about privacy.
The National Health Service provides public health care services to millions of people. Q doctor is an online service that provides face-to-face consultations. Digital Health London helps provide logistics to accelerate hospital processes.
LO3 helps individuals share solar energy with their community using micro-grids. Localized energy systems are still small and federal regulation is needed.
Tshimologong's Digital Mining Incubator attracts young entrepreneurs who want to create technology for local communities. Moepi Setona's app helps citizens communicate with their local government. Phatwa Senene builds a broom that helps report water leaks, crime, and emergencies to authorities.
The Alef School instructs students on using new technologies, laptops, and digital media. Teachers become facilitators and obtain real-time feedback on student progress. AI helps create a personalized lesson plan.
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Smart cities around the world are using technology like cloud computing, blockchain solutions, biometrics, and artificial intelligence to revolutionize city life as we know it.
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Copyright date: ©2019
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