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Saturday, March 5 • 12:15pm - 1:00pm
Cornell Tech's Rebooting NYC Panel

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This session will discuss the Rebooting NYC report.

In January 2022, the Jacobs Institute’s Urban Tech Hub at Cornell Tech released the final Rebooting NYC report, which proposes new and existing urban tech solutions to some of New York City’s biggest challenges.

After releasing a draft of the report in May of 2021, the Urban Tech Hub consulted with hundreds of tech, civic and community leaders, including current and former city council members and state senators, other elected officials, local business improvement districts and chambers of commerce. The team of 13 researchers, including several Cornell Tech students and alumni, was led by Rohit T. Aggarwala, a Senior Urban Tech Fellow at the Hub.

The final report covers three topics that were not included in the draft: the need for price transparency among ride-hail and other new mobility companies, the opportunity for technology to improve sanitation and recycling, and the potential for in-building battery storage to facilitate a transition to a clean electric supply.

Moderators
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Michael Samuelian

Director, Cornell Tech Urban Tech Hub
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Anthony Townsend

Urbanist In Residence, Cornell Tech

Saturday March 5, 2022 12:15pm - 1:00pm EST
1st Floor - Event Space - 121