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Minerva Tantoco ’86: 5 Questions for New York City’s Chief Technology Officer

Minerva Tantoco ’86 is New York City’s first-ever chief technology officer and an expert in information technology and artificial intelligence—she holds four patents. She is responsible for engaging with businesses and agencies throughout the city, facilitating technological innovations that improve the lives of citizens, and encouraging the growth of tech-related businesses.

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