Chicago Will Use Sensors to Gather Data on City and its Residents

Chicago Will Use Sensors to Gather Data on City and its Residents
technology

Later this fall, Windy City dwellers may start to notice -- and be noticed by -- a number of high-tech installations

Janet Burns
  • 22 october 2014

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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