Chicago Will Use Sensors to Gather Data on City and its Residents
Later this fall, Windy City dwellers may start to notice -- and be noticed by -- a number of high-tech installations
In the near future, Chicago dwellers may not need to keep track of weather patterns, airborne allergens and even their own activity levels for themselves: a new initiative by the city seeks to farm various kinds of data from (and for the good of) its residents.
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