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Five way smart cities are changing driving

Smart cities are changing the way we live, work, play and drive, according to this report. The Hangzhou government for instance is looking to reduce traffic jams by using artificial intelligence and big data. Singapore is experimenting with driverless cars with a trial of driverless taxis, one of the first few cities to do so.

These technological changes will, in turn, shape our cities, allowing for denser populations even as we live in better conditions.

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