Venture Smarter Trending: July 2018 Roundup
Lyft just upped the transportation game in a move that has nothing to do with cars.
A driverless shuttle bus could be roaming Downtown streets before the end of the year if a new Smart Columbus initiative moves forward as planned.
The teams will compete against the “Time Value of Launch,” a new metric of importance that incorporates cost, accuracy, and speed.
As part of the 2018 Smart Infrastructure Challenge, regional teams of public and private sector partners are competing for $50M+ in project financing and currently preparing to pitch their smart and connected projects this October at the Smart Regions Conference in Columbus, OH.
In the race to create innovation districts in low-income urban areas, city leaders play a key role.
Fifteen years ago, the United States was the undisputed leader in the evolving world of e-government, where online transactions with government were seen as a powerful engine for improving public services. A new United Nations report shows just how much other nations around the globe have risen up and surpassed the United States in delivering on that vision.
Text-based chatbot Citibot allows citizens to connect with their local government, both city or county, report issues and ask questions in a conversational manner.