'The metropolis will have computer-driven shuttles, “floating” parks – and even boast its own artificial weather.
Residents will live in loft-like flats, allowing them to work from home at the touch of a button.
Self-driving vehicles will replace cars while super-smart traffic lights will be designed to keep roads clear and monitor pollution.
Traditional parks will be replaced by “floating” sky parks and theatres.
And coats are likely to be a thing of the past as AI weather computers use giant windbreakers to keep people dry when it rains.
Work will begin soon on the city near Toronto, Canada.
Google called it “the world’s first neighbourhood built from the internet up”.
The web giant’s Daniel Doctoroff said: “We believe that by leveraging technology and combining it with really smart, people-centric urban planning, we could have really dramatic impacts on quality of life.”'