Why Does the US Rank so Low in Smart Cities

Question: Why does the US rank low in the worlds top smart cities? What areas of the world are in prime position for the smart cities of the future? We know that smart cities and smart devices are become increasingly common, but the United States still ranks surprisingly new in terms of our adoption of this technology. Why is that? And what parts of the world are in prime position for the smart cities of the future? For answers, we turned to Ruari McCallion, host of All Systems Go, to give us his thoughts.

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