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PULSE for November 3, 2016: Rural U.S. forms fibre coops; Smart Cities like the Interstate system
Created with John Hilborn, i-CANADA Director of Social Media
17 rural U.S. communities form cooperative to obtain fibre
U.S. Transportation Secretary says Smart Cities are as revolutionary as the original Interstate Highway system
Will autonomous cars still need traffic lights? Big energy savings, traffic efficiency coming...
Tomorrow's technologies (and industries) are data-hungry, with high-speed requirements
U.S. Ignite's Smart Gigabit Program triggers app development in Phoenix
Smart Multi-dwelling units: broadband is hot
Bloomberg helps 10 global cities get ready for autonomous cars
Thought Leadership
Jim Balsillie on how Canada should be doing innovation
Ontario's electrical bills make a case against provincial government ownership
EVs, self-driving vehicles will transform city transportation
Montreal welcomes four start-ups to accelerator program to deliver Smart City solutions
Conference on "The Next Billion" is about the future of the Internet and the connected world
IBM works with Ontario and Centres of Excellence on new IBM Innovation Space for start-ups
Public-Private Partnerships are the key to Taiwan's Smart City success
A community checklist: are you ready for fibre?
Cities take the lead in fibre communications delivery: 178 U.S. cities doing their own networks
A "Smart Atlanta" is the only way to deal with explosive population growth
California Governor legalizes autonomous car testing zones: no steering wheel, brake or accelerator pedal
Conventional water treatment technology for Canadian First Nations is often inappropriate; the challenge to engineer clean water
More American cities get grants to study Intelligent Transportation
Smart City spending could reach $21-Trillion in 20 years; urban population to reach 66%
Smart Applications
Rising world of occupational displacement: Robot can keep children occupied without supervision
Farmers could identify plant diseases with new AI in smartphones
Microgrids and IoT allow consumers to control their power needs
Canadian start-ups are helping police solve cold cases, deal with mentally unstable people
Toronto's SideFX is developing VR projects for Singapore's Media Development Authority
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