Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Google Tracking Kansas City Traffic

Corporate surveillance for a good cause . . . Hopefully . . .

"Google wants to take its treasure trove of data and organize it in a way that helps cities, so it's looking to Kansas City and a small group of other cities to provide insight. Because of the popularity of Google Maps and the prevalence of smart phones, Google has learned how people move. That data will be accessible in the pilot project, which will feature a dashboard where users can view the types of transportation people used to travel from point A to point B..."

KC Chamber reveals more details on Google partnership - Kansas City Business Journal

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is where they take the wheel and drive into the ditch, change leadership and engage the best, or make a mess that is hard to undo years later. Industry is so much more competent than these folks on innovation, it is ridiculous

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