Exploring new approaches for community-led innovation in public spaces.
Sensors are not smart. Digital kiosks do not save the world. Efficiency is not democracy. We think a truly smart city is one that creates equal opportunities for people to connect with each other and with the world. It allows its residents to decide what their definition of "smart" should be, and what creates real civic value. It provides ample pathways for its people not just to optimize it, but to live in it. It's not a laboratory. It's home.
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