ZDNet spoke with Louisville's chief of civic innovation, Grace Simrall, about how smart cities can benefit their citizens, and vise versa.
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We interviewed Louisville's innovation chief, Grace Simrall, about what 'smart city' means in Louisville and how the city is partnering with the CNET Urban Smart Home.