Photo credit THOR BALKHEDEvery day when you move around your hometown, data about what you do and where you go are collected by smart city sensors. While individually they cannot tell much about who you are and what you do, taken together they can form patterns about your life and your habits far beyond what you can imagine. As more cities implement ‘smart’ technologies, the question of the data and information about citizens become more pressing.
This workshop is organized by the Smart City and Digital Sovereignty Network, and brings together an interdisciplinary group of experts to exchange knowledge and practice. We welcome researchers, public employees and students with an interest in urban planning, digital geography, design, critical data studies, STS and technology to attend the workshop.
In collaboration with the Sustainability means inclusivity closing festival.