Hackable Metropolis Workshop with Martijn De Waal, The Mobile City





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Published on Dec 4, 2014

A Hackable Metropolis is a smart city that is responsive to the citizen's need. Characterized by high interaction, citizen participation, and crowdsourced/validated data, it is the high-functioning metropolis of the future.

Martijn De Waal- Assistant Professor at the University of Amsterdam and Co-founder of The Mobile City joined us on campus to facilitate this workshop which was followed by a brainstorming session that involved a discourse around the students' own nascent ideas.

To know more about Martijn and The Mobile City, please visit http://themobilecity.nl/

He has written the book 'The City as an Interface' and was a visiting scholar at the Centre for Future Civic Media of MIT in Cambridge. You can follow him on twitter @martijndewaal.
Also check out #HackableMetropolis to join the discussion, and tweet your thoughts @AdiantaDOTorg


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