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Digital technology is becoming ever-more pervasive and the world is increasingly urban. The simultaneous rise of these trends finds us at a unique intersection in space and time. In a reflective interview with Smart Circle that ranges from urban mobility and citizen participation to cyber terrorism and the future of sharing, Carlo Ratti, director of MIT’s Senseable City...

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May 3, 2016

Digital technology is becoming ever-more pervasive and the world is increasingly urban. The simultaneous rise of these trends finds us at a unique intersection in space and time. In a reflective interview with Smart Circle that ranges from urban mobility and citizen participation to cyber terrorism and the future of sharing, Carlo Ratti, director of MIT’s Senseable City Lab aims to make sense of these changes. It’s a worthwhile read, particularly for those seeking to connect the “smart” city with its citizens.

 

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Written by Oliver Hartleben

Associate Director | Practice Lead, Placemaking
Vancouver, BC
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