Your neighbourhood is now Facebook Live by Andrew Blum When it comes to technology and cities, today’s thrilling development is that social networking is enhancing urban places [and this is] significant for the future of our cities.
Now critics do raise issues about access to technology, and the more negative or nefarious purposes to which the same technology can, and will, be put. But what isn’t at all clear to me is how the imaginary can be used as critique. I wonder how exactly might technologists, designers and citizens proceed to reimagine the city in more critical ways. Any ideas?
Pregunta final de la revisión de una serie de reflexiones recientes sobre ciudad y tecnología: