Google Announces It Is Building Toronto's City Of The Future

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Google Announces It Is Building Toronto's City Of The Future

Ladies and gentlemen the future is here!

Well, actually the future is over therein Toronto, but it's here nevertheless!

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A few days ago Sidewalk Labs which is owned by Google parent company will be building a "future city" in Toronto’s Eastern Waterfront called Quayside.

The area will be transformed into a working "laboratory city" for smart technology. It's purpose is creating a new type of place to accelerate urban innovation. 

But secretly we're hoping it's going to be like this: 

This futuristic city will attempt to solve a number of modern day problems including urban growth, mobility, safety, landfill waste, and carbon emissions. 

For more information check out Sidewalk Labs' website

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