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Numina WiTNY Winterns Gamify City Streets

This winter, Numina welcomed five bright interns (Cristell, Elena, Iris, Jasmine, and Sherien!) for a three-week internship as part of the Women in Technology and Entrepreneurship in New York (WiTNY) program. We were excited to ...
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Redacting Image PII in the Age of Facial Recognition

Redacting personally identifiable information (PII) from images and videos is usually done as an afterthought, by which point many people have already interacted with the footage. As metadata surrounding images, such as date, time, and ...
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Downtown Brooklyn Case Study: Scaffolding and Safety

In New York City, construction and scaffolding are familiar backdrops of daily life, from the drone of jackhammers as an early morning wake-up call to commute detours due to an unexpected sidewalk closure or delivery ...
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Announcing: The Circular City

This post originally appeared on New Lab’s website. New Lab’s The Circular City Unveils New Research, Partnerships and Data to Tackle Pressing Urban Challenges — Starting with Downtown Brooklyn Year-Long Deployment of Three Startups’ Technology ...
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Our Privacy Philosophy

In starting Numina, we wanted to solve a problem that urban planners often take as a given truth: Our cities have little sense of how and how many people actually use our streets. Without this ...
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Designing Cities of Tomorrow with Citizens

In human-centered design, the principle of designing for people is fundamental. Through observing, interviewing, and journey mapping the experiences of potential users, designers can create solutions that center around a core human problem or need. ...
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