As cities go smart, vulnerable populations are pushed further to the margins

For urban planners, data and technology are valuable tools to improve administration and services, but as digital systems become more pervasive, there is a danger that inequality will deepen unless local governments recognize that tech-driven solutions are as important to the poor as they are to the affluent, write Homi Kharas and Jaana Remes in Eco-Business

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