Random readings on society, politics and change – Jorge Carrillo
Everbody talks about smart cities while nobody really knows what hides behind it. Is it about open data and communication technologies or about mobility? Is it about energy-efficient buildings or social innovations? Or is it an integrated blend of those. This year’s Alpbach Technology Forum drew its crowd into the Tyrolean mountains in Austria. The visitors were keen to shed light on these and many other questions. Scientific, sometimes personal, sometimes political, sometimes boring statements were made. Intense discussions flared up, especially around open data and privacy. The big gap between the conservative, European view on this ambivalent topic and the joyfully experimental one of the Americans became visible once again. At the end of the day, even Paul Horn, professor at the Center for Urban Science and Progress at New York University had to admit that his city is still at the beginning, when it comes…
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