Harvard Diversity Project by Smart City Expo Atlanta
September 17, 2019

Harvard Diversity Project students and founder (Brandon Fleming) give voice to the millennial generation and the importance of youth empowerment for social and economic mobility.

Another Invisible Threat: Cyberattacks by Smart City Expo Atlanta
May 19, 2020

As the world begins to recover from the devastating impact of the coronavirus pandemic, we continue to remain vulnerable to another invisible threat dismantling our institutions — cyberattacks. Like COVID-19, digital viruses are finding weak entry points from which they rapidly spread and infect systems, quickly taking down entire organizations and ecosystems.

The Future of (Inclusive) Work by Smart City Expo Atlanta
May 13, 2020

Well before COVID-19, governments and organizations around the world were grappling with the future of work. Keenly aware that an inability to bridge the skills gap threatened the global economy and hindered innovation, global leaders made it a priority to address the challenges of reskilling and upskilling our labor market.

From Public Transit to Traffic: A Glimpse at Post-Pandemic Transportation by Smart City Expo Atlanta
May 5, 2020

As people around the world are impacted by shelter-in-place advisories and adhering to social distancing guidelines, sitting in traffic has become a distant memory.

Building and Redefining Smart Cities by Hardie Davis, Jr. & Aarti Tandon
April 22, 2020

Many of us read Marc Andreessen’s piece, “It’s Time to Build,” and appreciated the rallying cry to invest in innovation. His questions about gleaming skyscrapers, delivery drones, and hyperloops resonated with many people who have been advocating for a world of connected everything—people, places, things—commonly known as “smart cities”.

How We’ll Build Pandemic Immunity Into Our Future Cities by Smart City Expo Atlanta
March 31, 2020

The coronavirus outbreak started the same way most infectious diseases do: through contact with wildlife. But the reason it has spread to, at the time of writing, near-pandemic levels isn’t because of anything inherent to the disease—instead, it’s because the virus occurred in a city.

Redefining Smart: The Critical Role of Developing Smart Cities by Smart City Expo Atlanta
March 18, 2020

The development of smart cities has never been more important than it is today.