CITY BREATHS

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Should not we reconsider the term ‘smart cities’? If we speak about people in the center of the complex systems, ‘smart cities’ can be replaced with ‘wise cities.’ Wisdom refers to the rich history of human experience and culture. So let’s embrace the complexity of the world instead of imagining a technologically perfect future machine.
Someone from the audience at Social Cities of Tomorrow conference in Amsterdam.
(from Shareable)

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