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Imagining the city of the future has value. But leave whiz-bang tech out of it.

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Article published by Fast Company on why not every problem has a technological solution, especially where cities are concerned. It explains why we need to urgently reconsider the way we imagine future cities, and shift our focus from technological impulses towards other priorities, such as environmental sustainability and the need to tackle social inequalities.

Period5/01/2021

Article published by Fast Company on why not every problem has a technological solution, especially where cities are concerned. It explains why we need to urgently reconsider the way we imagine future cities, and shift our focus from technological impulses towards other priorities, such as environmental sustainability and the need to tackle social inequalities.

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TitleImagining the city of the future has value. But leave whiz-bang tech out of it.
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletFast Company
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited States
Date5/01/21
DescriptionArticle published by Fast Company on why not every problem has a technological solution, especially where cities are concerned. It explains why we need to urgently reconsider the way we imagine future cities, and shift our focus from technological impulses towards other priorities, such as environmental sustainability and the need to tackle social inequalities.
PersonsNick Dunn, Paul Cureton