Bill Gates just bought 25,000 acres in Arizona to build a new 'smart city'

November 13, 2017
· *Bill Gates has committed $80 million through one of his investment firms, Belmont Partners, to build a "smart city" in Arizona.*
· *The city will integrate high-speed internet, smarter manufacturing, and systems that accommodate self-driving cars.*
· *As more people move into cities, such technologies are poised to...


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