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Looking at cities five years in the future is as much about the groundwork that’s being laid today as it is about the new innovations that will exist tomorrow.
To Darius Graham, the move toward social innovation is a good example of this.
“It’s still a relatively new thing,” said Graham, who directs Johns Hopkins University’s Social Innovation Lab. “There are still a lot of ventures that have taken root recently.”
Graham will peer into cities five years in the future during a talk at Technical.ly’s Rise Conference on Dec.
Author : Stephen Babcock