How to design smart cities that enable urban populations to thrive

A more sustainable and intersectional approach to smart city design is fundamental to improving the quality of life for all citizens

Technology is rapidly transforming the way our cities operate and how we live within them, with increasingly sophisticated machines and algorithms adding layers of intelligence once only thought possible in science fiction.

But smart cities are not about innovating for the sake of innovation. They are about providing solutions to some of our biggest issues in society, from public health, safety and wellbeing to sustainability, biodiversity and social equity.

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