Gallery: Brownsville to host NYC’s first Neighborhood Innovation Lab fo...

The Brooklyn neighborhood of Brownsville will be home to New York City’s first Neighborhood Innovation Lab, city officials announced last week. The initiative, which begins planning in earnest this week, seeks to bring together government, community members, educators, and tech companies to use leading-edge technologies to address local concerns. Over the next four months, community leaders and city advisors will be working together to identify the neighborhood’s most salient needs in order to explore the smart city technologies that can help promote quality of life and increase local economic opportunities.

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