The projects were selected by public vote and represent "the best and brightest change agents within government," said IDC executive Ruthbea Yesner.
More and more of our devices are getting "smart." Even places are upping their IQ — smart cities, smart communities, smart farms. But what does that mean for us, the residents? How does ...
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