Big Data: Chicago Is Putting Sensors All Over the City
Aug. 27 (Bloomberg) -- The city of Chicago is betting big on big data. Mayor Rahm Emanuel has given the green light to a project to install sensors on traffic poles that collect data on air quality and weather. Now some privacy groups concerned. Bloomberg's Sam Grobart explains. (Source: Bloomberg)
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