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.
May 15, 2022
Since Wednesday, local economic and civic booster organization Baltimore Homecoming has been gathering the city’s most accomplished natives and expats for panels and curated field trips as part of Amplify...
May 14, 2022
Life sciences investment firm Catalio Capital Management has raised nearly $400 million for its next fund, its third and largest venture fund yet. Read the full article here.