Smart cities en la sociedad conectada

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    SMART CITIES EN LA SOCIEDAD CONECTADA

  • Resultados de bsquedas en Google Scholar para diferentes trminos

    NARRATIVAS Y UTOPAS

  • IMAGE SOURCE: WIKICITY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXOCbrQYqbY

    LA PIEL DIGITAL DE LAS CIUDADES

  • URBAN MEDIA

    ELEMENTOS DE DISEO URBANO

    SENDERO

    BORDE

    BARRIO

    NODO

    HITO

    INTERFACES

    PLATAFORMAS DE DATOS

    OBJETOS CONECTADOS

    INFRAESTRUCTURAS

    PANTALLAS

    DISPOSITIVOS

    EXPERIENCIA DIGITAL

  • LA BANALIZACIN DE LA CIUDAD

  • LA ESPECTACULARIZACIN DE LA TECNOLOGA

  • General Motors has spent a small fortune to

    convince American public that if it wishes to

    enjoy the full benefit of private enterprise in

    motor manufacturing, it will have to rebuild

    its cities and its highways by public

    enterprise

    Walter Lippman

  • A good science fiction story should be able to

    predict not the automobile but the traffic jam

    Frederik Pohl

  • LA TECNOLOGA NO ES SUFICIENTE

    IMAGE SOURCE:: Dhiru Thadani (author)

    Qu hay del diseo, la normativa, la poltica, la vida social, la

    economa, etc?

  • PICA: SOMETER LA CIUDAD DE UNA VEZ POR TODAS

    LAS CIUDADES SON CATICAS Y HAY QUE SOLUCIONARLAS

    SABEMOS CMO HAN FUNCIONADO LAS GRANDES

    IDEAS MODERNIZADORAS SOBRE LA CIUDAD

  • Because choices tend to become strongly fixed in material

    equipment, economic investment, and social habit, the original

    flexibility vanishes for all practical purposes once the initial

    commitments are made. In that sense technological innovations are

    similar to legislative acts or political foundings that establish a

    framework for public order that will endure over many generations.

    LANGDON WINNER: Do artifacts have politics?

  • MODELO SALA DE CONTROL

    AL FINAL, LAS SMART CITIS ERAN ESTO?

  • X

    UN LABORATORIO URBANO SIN PERSONAS

  • Technology is the answer. But what is the question? Cedric Price

  • CONJUGAR EN PRESENTE Y NO EN FUTURO PERFECTO

    MVIL LOCAL

    INTELIGENCIA

    COLECTIVA P2P

    PROCOMN

    CO-CREACIN

    ECONOMA COLABORATIVA

    CONOCIMIENTO ABIERTO

    CDIGO LIBRE

    DIY

    CIVIC TECH

    The dominant tense of ubiquitous

    computing writing is what we might call

    the proximate future. That is,

    motivations and frames are often

    written not merely in the future tense,

    describing events and settings to come,

    but describe a proximate future, one

    just around the corner.

    GENEVIEVE BELL Y PAUL DOURISH

  • TIEMPO PARA LAS PREGUNTAS

    EFICIENCIA OPERATIVA

    SOSTENIBILIDAD

    SIMPLIFICACIN

    NEUTRALIDAD

    DESPOLITIZACIN

    SUFICIENCIA TECNOLGICA

  • EFICIENCIA OPERATIVA O LA OBSESIN POR LA OPTIMIZACIN COMO OBJETIVO NICO DE

    LOS SERVICIOS URBANOS

    The city is its people. We dont make cities in order to make

    buildings and infrastructure. We make cities in order to

    come together, to create wealth, culture, more people. As

    social animals, we create the city to be with other people

    to work, live, play. Buildings, vehicles and infrastructure are

    mere enablers, not drivers. ()The smart city vision

    however, is focused on these second order outcomes, and

    often with one overriding motivation: efficiency.

    DAN HILL

  • SOSTENIBILIDAD - O EL RECLAMO A UNA SOSTENIBILIDAD DBIL BASADA EN LA

    IRRESPONSABILIDAD DE LOS COMPORTAMIENTOS

    Smart cities from scratch are illustrative of a political and

    corporate discourse that largely equates sustainability with

    the possibilities opened by technology () However, from a

    political ecology perspective, new technologies often lead to

    similar or even increased consumption levels (under new

    names) rather than fostering broader changes in production

    and consumption patterns towards reduced ecological

    impacts.

    LUIS CARVALHO

    IMAGE SOURCE: Banksy https://www.flickr.com/photos/drbphotographycouk/6498780109/

  • SIMPLIFICACIN O LA REDUCCIN DE LA COMPLEJIDAD A MODELOS DE

    SIMULACIN EN LUGAR DE PENSAR LA CIUDAD COMO WICKED PROBLEM

    The subject of urban planning, they argue, is wicked

    problems, which have no definitive description,

    involve value judgments, and take place in unique

    contexts that make it difficult to accurately test

    solutions. () Many of the problems targeted by

    smart cities projects, from mudslides to climate

    change, are wicked problems.

    ROB GOODSPEED

  • NEUTRALIDAD O LA FICCIN DE UN CONOCIMIENTO ASPTICO, SIN SESGOS,

    PERFECTO Y OBJETIVO A PARTIR DEL BIG DATA

    The data streams generated by the Sentient city

    may seem like instances of objective data gathering,

    whereas in reality they are far from it. () It is a

    highly normative process, where subjective values,

    legal codes and power relations are turned into

    software code on the base of which sentient

    technology ddecides, acts and discriminates

    MARTIJN DE WAAL

    IMAGE SOURCE: http://www.wisc.warwick.ac.uk/training/msc-programme/

  • Smart city advocates imagine themselves as

    creating technologies, techniques and visions that

    are scientific, objective, commonsensical and

    apolitical. In general, there is little critical

    reflection on the wider implications of

    technologically rooted entrepreneurial urban

    development, or the consequences of networked

    urbanism

    .

    ROB KITCHIN

    DESPOLITIZACIN O LA ASPIRACIN DE CONSEGUIR MEDIANTE MS INFORMACIN UN

    HORIZONTE POST-POLTICO DE LA GESTIN URBANA

  • IMAGE SOURCE: http://www.flickr.com/photos/96366213@N00/81766439/

    SUFICIENCIA TECNOLGICA O LA IDENTIFICACIN DE LA TECNOLOGA COMO EL

    ELEMENTO CRTICO EN CUALQUIER CUESTIN RELACIONADA CON LA CIUDAD

    () an unreconstructed logical positivism, which,

    among other things, implicitly holds that the

    world is in principle perfectly knowable, its

    contents enumerable and their relations capable

    of being meaningfully encoded in the state of a

    technical system, without bias or distortiom

    ADAM GREENFIELD

  • POSIBILIDAD DE RELATOS ALTERNATIVOS

    HACER CIUDAD COMO CONVERGENCIA DE DISCIPLINAS

    CONOCIMIENTO EN TORNO A COMUNIDADES Y PRCTICAS

    PARTICIPACIN POR CONTRIBUCIN

    LA CIUDAD COMO ESPACIO PARA LA INNOVACIN SOCIAL

    CONSTRUCTIVISMO SOCIAL DE LA TECNOLOGA

    RECUPERAR LOS ESTUDIOS URBANOS

    URBAN PROTOTYPING Y MODELOS DE CO-CREACIN

    ARQUITECTURAS ABIERTAS DE DATOS

    DE CAJAS NEGRAS A MODELOS TRANSPARENTES Y ENTENDIBLES

  • X URBAN INTELLIGENCE IS ON THE STREETS

    IMAGE SOURCE: RUFFIN_READY/FLICKR

    ESKERRIK ASKO!

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