For many, there is an impending sense of doom in anticipation of what may emerge for humans in a future of smart robots. But is this fear warranted?

Appearing seemingly overnight, Non-fungible Tokens or NFTs support a whole new way to buy and sell digital items such as art, photos, music, and so much more. For the first time, digital creators have a robust marketplace that rewards them where legacy challenges have been limiting.

My new bestseller, Smart Cities for Dummies, provides details on maximizing the success of your smart city efforts. Here is a brief summary of just a few of my suggestions.

  1. Making Your Smart City Project a Tech Program and Putting IT in Charge
  2. Garnering Insufficient Support and Engagement from Stakeholders
  3. Limiting Efforts To Your City Boundaries
  4. Paying Insufficient Attention to Inclusiveness Issues
  5. Moving Forward with Inadequate Governance
  6. Working with No Clear Vision for the Program

My new bestseller, Smart Cities for Dummies, provides details on how cities will define our future. Here is a brief summary that is expanded upon in the book.

  1. Most People Will Live, Work, and Play Their Entire Lives in Cities
  2. The Increasing Demands of Sustainability Will Shape Human Behavior
  3. City Interactions Will Increasingly Be Digital
  4. City Data Will Drive Community Decision-Making
  5. People Will Have Expanded Opportunities to Co-Create and Collaborate On Urban Solutions
  6. Crime May Be Reduced Significantly

Dr. Jonathan Reichental

Multiple award-winning technology and business leader. Best-selling author. Professor. Idea machine.

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