RF @ SXSW
The U.S. Conference of Mayors President on how he and his peers are helping residents confront the realities of today's economy—and what comes next.
The U.S. Conference of Mayors vice president focuses on getting his community excited for the “human aspect” of the disruptive technology.
The federal government could do more to promote innovation at the state and local levels by doing less, according to San Jose’s mayor.
“Mayors are figuring out that if you do not have kids at the table ... you’re probably not a very good mayor.”
At SXSW 2018, Route Fifty spoke with Paul Folkers, Director of Smart Cities at Grant Thornton about what it takes to be a successful "Smart City." Watch the video below to hear how "Smart Cities" can be cultivated from all levels of an organization.
There’s no telling what races online adversaries might try to sway, says a Homeland Security official.
Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley reflects on the changing conversation around technology and why executive roles in politics have been particularly difficult for women to obtain.
A Texas startup believes they have improved on the best practice of social workers riding along with law enforcement. Mayors at SXSW were taken with the idea, awarding the company first prize in their civic tech pitch competition.
COMMENTARY | Car sharing, the gig economy and vehicle electrification are all colliding in Austin. The result is lower emissions and economic opportunities.
At SXSW, a beacon of technology idealism, mayors discuss how to deal with the difficult problems that can come with new tech.