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Developing Future Human-Centered Smart Cities: Critical Analysis of Smart City Security, Interpretability, and Ethical Challenges

@article{Ahmad2020DevelopingFH,
  title={Developing Future Human-Centered Smart Cities: Critical Analysis of Smart City Security, Interpretability, and Ethical Challenges},
  author={Kashif Ahmad and Majdi Maabreh and Mohamed Ghaly and Khalil Khan and Junaid Qadir and Ala Al-Fuqaha},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2012.09110}
}
As we make tremendous advances in machine learning and artificial intelligence technosciences, there is a renewed understanding in the AI community that we must ensure that humans being are at the center of our deliberations so that we don't end in technology-induced dystopias. As strongly argued by Green in his book Smart Enough City, the incorporation of technology in city environs does not automatically translate into prosperity, wellbeing, urban livability, or social justice. There is a… 

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