NYC Forms Advisory Group to Help Fix Its Uber Problem

“We have these historic examples of when technology has caused the city to acknowledge the importance of creating either a new framework or adapting an old one,” Singleton says. Getting these new frameworks right in New York City is particularly important, says NYU Stern School of Business professor Arun Sundararajan, who is a member of the advisory board. “The services in question are more fundamental to our day-to-day life than in most other cities,” he says. “A number of cities around the world will look to New York as the template, as the model of how you deal with this kind of digital disruption in a forward-looking way.”