Jaqueline Lu, Helpful Places: Tech is the easy part, the harder part is building public trust

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Jaqueline Lu, from Toronto, Canada, is the president and co-founder of Helpful Places, a mission-driven startup dedicated to advancing DTPR—an open-source system-to-people communication standard.
This groundbreaking initiative aims to enhance legibility and foster civic dialogue regarding the use of digital technologies in the built environment. Jaqueline joined us to unravel the transformative potential of DTPR and its implications for the ever-evolving narrative of smart cities.

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