Current pandemic accelerates the trend towards smart cities, as a promise for a more efficient, more healthy, more resilient cities.
Massive investments are being done by local and national governments on that topic. While we see more application in our daily life, the author reminds each of us to be aware that cities should be designed with the purpose to serve the citizens who live in them.
Here is the link to the article written by Viktor Weber: Smart cities must pay more attention to the people who live in them
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