Smart cities en la sociedad conectada

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<ul><li><p>@manufernandez </p><p>SMART CITIES EN LA SOCIEDAD CONECTADA </p></li><li><p>Resultados de bsquedas en Google Scholar para diferentes trminos </p><p>NARRATIVAS Y UTOPAS </p></li><li><p>IMAGE SOURCE: WIKICITY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXOCbrQYqbY </p><p>LA PIEL DIGITAL DE LAS CIUDADES </p></li><li><p>URBAN MEDIA </p><p>ELEMENTOS DE DISEO URBANO </p><p>SENDERO </p><p>BORDE </p><p>BARRIO </p><p>NODO </p><p>HITO </p><p>INTERFACES </p><p>PLATAFORMAS DE DATOS </p><p>OBJETOS CONECTADOS </p><p>INFRAESTRUCTURAS </p><p>PANTALLAS </p><p>DISPOSITIVOS </p><p>EXPERIENCIA DIGITAL </p></li><li><p>LA BANALIZACIN DE LA CIUDAD </p></li><li><p>LA ESPECTACULARIZACIN DE LA TECNOLOGA </p></li><li><p>General Motors has spent a small fortune to </p><p>convince American public that if it wishes to </p><p>enjoy the full benefit of private enterprise in </p><p>motor manufacturing, it will have to rebuild </p><p>its cities and its highways by public </p><p>enterprise </p><p>Walter Lippman </p></li><li><p>A good science fiction story should be able to </p><p>predict not the automobile but the traffic jam </p><p>Frederik Pohl </p></li><li><p>LA TECNOLOGA NO ES SUFICIENTE </p><p>IMAGE SOURCE:: Dhiru Thadani (author) </p><p>Qu hay del diseo, la normativa, la poltica, la vida social, la </p><p>economa, etc? </p></li><li><p>PICA: SOMETER LA CIUDAD DE UNA VEZ POR TODAS </p><p>LAS CIUDADES SON CATICAS Y HAY QUE SOLUCIONARLAS </p><p>SABEMOS CMO HAN FUNCIONADO LAS GRANDES </p><p>IDEAS MODERNIZADORAS SOBRE LA CIUDAD </p></li><li><p>Because choices tend to become strongly fixed in material </p><p>equipment, economic investment, and social habit, the original </p><p>flexibility vanishes for all practical purposes once the initial </p><p>commitments are made. In that sense technological innovations are </p><p>similar to legislative acts or political foundings that establish a </p><p>framework for public order that will endure over many generations. </p><p>LANGDON WINNER: Do artifacts have politics? </p></li><li><p>MODELO SALA DE CONTROL </p><p>AL FINAL, LAS SMART CITIS ERAN ESTO? </p></li><li><p>X </p><p>UN LABORATORIO URBANO SIN PERSONAS </p></li><li><p>Technology is the answer. But what is the question? Cedric Price </p></li><li><p>CONJUGAR EN PRESENTE Y NO EN FUTURO PERFECTO </p><p>MVIL LOCAL </p><p>INTELIGENCIA </p><p>COLECTIVA P2P </p><p>PROCOMN </p><p>CO-CREACIN </p><p>ECONOMA COLABORATIVA </p><p>CONOCIMIENTO ABIERTO </p><p>CDIGO LIBRE </p><p>DIY </p><p>CIVIC TECH </p><p> The dominant tense of ubiquitous </p><p>computing writing is what we might call </p><p>the proximate future. That is, </p><p>motivations and frames are often </p><p>written not merely in the future tense, </p><p>describing events and settings to come, </p><p>but describe a proximate future, one </p><p>just around the corner. </p><p>GENEVIEVE BELL Y PAUL DOURISH </p></li><li><p>TIEMPO PARA LAS PREGUNTAS </p><p>EFICIENCIA OPERATIVA </p><p>SOSTENIBILIDAD </p><p>SIMPLIFICACIN </p><p>NEUTRALIDAD </p><p>DESPOLITIZACIN </p><p>SUFICIENCIA TECNOLGICA </p></li><li><p>EFICIENCIA OPERATIVA O LA OBSESIN POR LA OPTIMIZACIN COMO OBJETIVO NICO DE </p><p>LOS SERVICIOS URBANOS </p><p>The city is its people. We dont make cities in order to make</p><p>buildings and infrastructure. We make cities in order to</p><p>come together, to create wealth, culture, more people. As</p><p>social animals, we create the city to be with other people</p><p>to work, live, play. Buildings, vehicles and infrastructure are</p><p>mere enablers, not drivers. ()The smart city vision</p><p>however, is focused on these second order outcomes, and</p><p>often with one overriding motivation: efficiency. </p><p>DAN HILL </p></li><li><p>SOSTENIBILIDAD - O EL RECLAMO A UNA SOSTENIBILIDAD DBIL BASADA EN LA </p><p>IRRESPONSABILIDAD DE LOS COMPORTAMIENTOS </p><p>Smart cities from scratch are illustrative of a political and </p><p>corporate discourse that largely equates sustainability with </p><p>the possibilities opened by technology () However, from a </p><p>political ecology perspective, new technologies often lead to</p><p>similar or even increased consumption levels (under new </p><p>names) rather than fostering broader changes in production</p><p>and consumption patterns towards reduced ecological </p><p>impacts. </p><p>LUIS CARVALHO </p><p>IMAGE SOURCE: Banksy https://www.flickr.com/photos/drbphotographycouk/6498780109/ </p></li><li><p>SIMPLIFICACIN O LA REDUCCIN DE LA COMPLEJIDAD A MODELOS DE </p><p>SIMULACIN EN LUGAR DE PENSAR LA CIUDAD COMO WICKED PROBLEM </p><p>The subject of urban planning, they argue, is wicked </p><p>problems, which have no definitive description, </p><p>involve value judgments, and take place in unique </p><p>contexts that make it difficult to accurately test </p><p>solutions. () Many of the problems targeted by </p><p>smart cities projects, from mudslides to climate </p><p>change, are wicked problems. </p><p>ROB GOODSPEED </p></li><li><p>NEUTRALIDAD O LA FICCIN DE UN CONOCIMIENTO ASPTICO, SIN SESGOS, </p><p>PERFECTO Y OBJETIVO A PARTIR DEL BIG DATA </p><p>The data streams generated by the Sentient city </p><p>may seem like instances of objective data gathering, </p><p>whereas in reality they are far from it. () It is a </p><p>highly normative process, where subjective values, </p><p>legal codes and power relations are turned into </p><p>software code on the base of which sentient </p><p>technology ddecides, acts and discriminates </p><p>MARTIJN DE WAAL </p><p>IMAGE SOURCE: http://www.wisc.warwick.ac.uk/training/msc-programme/ </p></li><li><p>Smart city advocates imagine themselves as </p><p>creating technologies, techniques and visions that </p><p>are scientific, objective, commonsensical and </p><p>apolitical. In general, there is little critical </p><p>reflection on the wider implications of </p><p>technologically rooted entrepreneurial urban </p><p>development, or the consequences of networked </p><p>urbanism </p><p>. </p><p>ROB KITCHIN </p><p>DESPOLITIZACIN O LA ASPIRACIN DE CONSEGUIR MEDIANTE MS INFORMACIN UN </p><p>HORIZONTE POST-POLTICO DE LA GESTIN URBANA </p></li><li><p>IMAGE SOURCE: http://www.flickr.com/photos/96366213@N00/81766439/ </p><p>SUFICIENCIA TECNOLGICA O LA IDENTIFICACIN DE LA TECNOLOGA COMO EL </p><p>ELEMENTO CRTICO EN CUALQUIER CUESTIN RELACIONADA CON LA CIUDAD </p><p>() an unreconstructed logical positivism, which, </p><p>among other things, implicitly holds that the </p><p>world is in principle perfectly knowable, its </p><p>contents enumerable and their relations capable </p><p>of being meaningfully encoded in the state of a </p><p>technical system, without bias or distortiom </p><p> ADAM GREENFIELD </p></li><li><p>POSIBILIDAD DE RELATOS ALTERNATIVOS </p><p>HACER CIUDAD COMO CONVERGENCIA DE DISCIPLINAS </p><p>CONOCIMIENTO EN TORNO A COMUNIDADES Y PRCTICAS </p><p>PARTICIPACIN POR CONTRIBUCIN </p><p>LA CIUDAD COMO ESPACIO PARA LA INNOVACIN SOCIAL </p><p>CONSTRUCTIVISMO SOCIAL DE LA TECNOLOGA </p><p>RECUPERAR LOS ESTUDIOS URBANOS </p><p>URBAN PROTOTYPING Y MODELOS DE CO-CREACIN </p><p>ARQUITECTURAS ABIERTAS DE DATOS </p><p>DE CAJAS NEGRAS A MODELOS TRANSPARENTES Y ENTENDIBLES </p></li><li><p>X URBAN INTELLIGENCE IS ON THE STREETS </p><p>IMAGE SOURCE: RUFFIN_READY/FLICKR </p><p>ESKERRIK ASKO! </p><p>www.ciudadesaescalahumana.org </p><p>manufer2007@gmail.com </p><p>www.humanscalecity.org </p><p>@manufernandez </p></li></ul>