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SXSW 2019: Gauging Urban Change with Google Street View

Edward L. Glaeser Harvard University
Michael Hendrix Manhattan Institute
Ann Zadeh City of Forth Worth
Fri, Mar 8, 2019

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SXSW 2019: Gauging Urban Change with Google Street View

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Conference

SXSW 2019: Gauging Urban Change with Google Street View

Edward L. Glaeser Harvard University Michael Hendrix Manhattan Institute
Ann Zadeh City of Forth Worth
03:30pm—04:30pm
Fri Mar 8
Fri Mar 8 2019
PAST EVENT Fri Mar 8 2019

The Manhattan Institute is presenting at SXSW this year! Edward Glaeser and Michael Hendrix will be joined by Fort Worth City Councilwoman Ann Zadeh to discuss how cities can use innovative technologies to transform local government.

Date/Time: March 8, 2019 | 3:30pm – 4:30pm

Location: Hilton Austin Downtown, Salon B

Learn more at the SXSW website and stay tuned for more information here.

“Big data and AI have the potential to transform policymaking in cities. What once took years to see how a given policy was affecting a city, it’s becoming increasingly possible to learn in real time on a neighborhood-by-neighborhood, or even block-by-block, basis. Harvard economist Ed Glaeser and his co-authors recently demonstrated how Google Street View, combined with computer vision, can reliably predict things like income and crime down to the city block. But in order to take advantage of this transformative technology, government will have to transform itself to be more adaptive and nimble.”

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