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October 30, 2016
“It takes someone special to translate from the technical world to the world of what actually can get done. My impression is that he’s been effective, which isn’t always the case for professors in the political world,” said David Hart in BuzzFeed.
October 26, 2016
"If federal grant funding is unavailable, public-private partnerships are likely the most accessible options for many cities interested in deploying smart city technologies. Since smart city technology is relatively new and untested at scale, the perceived risk of this technology reduces the willingness of public officials with limited budgets to take on these kind of ambitious projects. Because of this however, many technology companies are eager to work with the public sector to share the costs of smart city deployments and demonstrate the value of the technology,” said Joshua New in ZDNet.
October 17, 2016
The focus of policy should be on “making sure our nation’s poor have access to the internet at acceptable speeds,” said Doug Brake in Vox.
October 4, 2016
“If you have a dollar to spend in the U.S. government and you say, ‘What is the biggest bang for the buck, roads or research?’ -- there is no question it is going to be research,” said Rob Atkinson in Bloomberg.
September 12, 2016
“You could, in theory, hack into that software and change it so that it would tally something differently. But again, those types of things are really hard to do just in terms of actually doing it, and doing it in an undetected way is much, much more difficult,” said Daniel Castro on CBS News.