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Smart Cities and Data-Driven Energy Policy Launch
Smart Cities and Data-Driven Energy Policy Launch
Open data is a key ingredient in smart cities. It has the ability, when deployed well and supported properly, to increase government transparency, citizen participation, and economic innovation and growth. Researchers at Georgia Tech are exploring how open data supports smart governance, looking specifically at its use in the creation and implementation of local energy efficiency policies and programs.  Read More
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IPaT 2017: A Year in Review
Dear IPaT Community,

The end of the year is quickly approaching, and it has been an exciting 2017 for the Institute for People and Technology.  Read More
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IPaT Selected for ‘Creative Curricular Initiatives’ Program
The program, funded by the Georgia Tech Office of the Arts, explores the connection between academics and the arts.  Read More

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