Maroš Krivý at Planning Theory: “The smart city has become a hegemonic notion of urban governance, transforming and supplanting planning. The first part of this article reviews current critiques of this notion. Scholars present three main arguments against the smart city: that it is incompatible with an informal character of the city, that it subjects the …
Liesbeth Huybrechts talks about the importance of involving citizens and local initiatives in thinking about the future of the city. She specifically shares her experiences in the project De Andere Markt in Genk. Watch her presentation at Design & The City.
Cadre permettant de comprendre l’impact du digital sur la ville, la notion de « smart city » « représente la nouvelle utopie urbaine proposée comme une explication globale de différents phénomènes de changement », écrit (en anglais), depuis Bilbao, le chercheur Manu Fernandez.
Our cities are unequal – in wealth, quality of life and our carbon footprints, amongst other factors. In the race to use technology to build so-called ‘smart cities’, Joe Blakey says we run the risk of locking-in, rather than tackling, those inequalities.
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