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White House plans to help with smart city projects

After last year’s initial investment of $160 million, The White House has stated that it is placing an extra $80 million into technology and smart city projects. A large portion of the funds will be used by the National Science Foundation.  The NSF plans to spend $60 million on investments and grants for smart city projects... Read more » The post White House plans to help with smart city projects appeared first on ReadWrite.
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