Exploring major cities’ readiness to thrive in an era of unprecedented technological change
How Small Cities are Luring Tech Jobs Away From Metropolises
AI Readiness Index: What The Press Is Saying
Cities As Epicenters Of Digitalization
How Cities Should Prepare For Artificial Intelligence
What Cities Can Learn From Companies About Retraining The Workforce
Finding Talent In Plain Sight: How Cities Can Help Connect Companies To Workers With Disabilities
The Impact Of AI On Cities: Poll Results
The US Cities Where People Are Most Interested In AI
"New York City’s academic research institutions’ extensive intellectual property in the biological sciences has the potential to be a huge engine of growth for our tech sector." — Maria Gotsch, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Partnership Fund for New York City
APAC Gearing Up For Smart City Deployments
AECOM released their 2nd annual Future of Infrastructure report, including a recent survey of 10,000 residents across 10 global cities. Respondents indicated that most of them want to, but lack the opportunity to provide infrastructure planning and decision-making were they live.
Michael S BurkeAECOM
How do small cities overcome declining industry and enable their citizens to adjust? This story focuses on Pittsburgh, PA and Madison, WI as two examples of cities that have reinvented themselves.
Vivian GiangFast Company
Cities around the world are experimenting with blockchain as an enabler for public services. This live panel from the 2019 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) features subject matter experts describing their role in shaping cities' blockchain strategies.
MIT's David Autor gave the Richard T.Ely lecture on the past and future of work, with a particular focus on cities, to the American Economic Association. He highlighted trends in "frontier work," "wealth work," and "last mile work" that indicate how cities will adjust as the workforce shifts
Greg RosalskyNPR | Planet Money
A report from The Brookings Institution argues lagging places won't catch up with superstar cities on their own. They say it's time for new policies to boost economic opportunity in left-behind communities.
Clara Hendrickson, Mark Muro, and William A GalstonBrookings Institution