Technically Baltimore: You can’t have a digital city without connecting to the community

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Think about a city’s digital future, and the conversation has typically turned to technical topics — internet of things, sensors, automated functions. But talk to those working to build a city’s future, and it’s clear that these projects won’t get off the ground without people. Communities must have a voice in what is built. Government has a role to play in ensuring it is shaped for everyone. A workforce must have the skills and knowledge to bring new technologies online.

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