“We claim that the current discussion on ‘smart cities’ is based on a too limited idea of what a city is. A lot of this ‘smart city’ research conceptualizes the city mainly as a bunch of infrastructure to be managed as efficiently as possible. Urban life of course is much more that getting as quickly as possible from A to B. Rather we want to connect the debate about technology in our cities with a theme that designers, planners and policy makers are traditionally involved in: the social city.” Being interviewed is Martijn de Waal, Director of the Public Matters, an office for strategy and research on the role of new media in society. “We focus on questions like: What does the advent of digital media mean for the urban public sphere? How can we use these same technologies to engage urban publics around collective issues in new ways? How can we give citizens a sense of ownership, the feeling that they belong to the city, and that the city belongs to them?”
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