Smart Cities, Uneven Safeguards

The Washington Lawyer, the D.C. Bar’s monthly magazine, explores the legal implications for so-called smart cities technologies that promise convenience but may cost citizens some of their privacy. In this article from KCG’s Sarah Kellogg, the Washington Lawyer explores how smart cities are raising alarms about data collection even as the technology is evolving to better assist people in the conduct of their daily lives.

Don’t miss a second story in the November issue about artificial intelligence (AI), and its promise and perils. “I, Lawyer? Artificial Intelligence and the Law,” examines how the perennial hopes of AI may finally coming to fruition, as it opens up new areas of the law for firms, improves law firm business models and threatens the attorney-client status quo.