• Citizens' needs are shifting in the age of digital transformation.
  • The Internet of Things, machine learning and personalized information can change the way cities communicate information to their citizens.
  • Cities, like Buenos Aires and Detroit, have used technology to provide novel, real-time, predictive services to their citizens.
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