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Illuminated cities

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Abbreviated version of presentation delivered at Amsterdam Smart City hackathon in the Amsterdam Arena at Jun2 2nd, 2015.

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Illuminated cities

  1. 1. Illuminated Cities Frank Kresin Research Director @kresin / frank@waag.org
  2. 2. SMART CITIES TOP DOWN MINDFRAME
 MAXIMISING EFFICIENCY MINIMISING FRICTION STIFFLING INNOVATION
  3. 3. Smart Citizens • Will take responsibility for the place they live, work and love • Value access over ownership, contribution over power • Will ask forgiveness, not permission • Know where they can get tools, knowledge & support • Value empathy, dialogue and trust • Appropriate technology, rather than accept it as is • Will help the people that struggle with smart stuff • Ask questions, before they come up with answers • Take part in design efforts to come up with better solutions • Work agile, prototype early, test quickly, start all over • Will not stop in the face of huge barriers • Share their knowledge and their learning, because they know this is where true value comes from http://waag.org/nl/blog/manifesto-smart-citizens
  4. 4. 1. CITY OF LABS
  5. 5. Fablabs, Wetlabs, Maker Spaces http://fablab.waag.org
  6. 6. http://makezine.com/2006/12/01/the-makers-bill-of-rights/
  7. 7. https://coderdojo.com
  8. 8. Amsterdam Smart Citizens Lab http://waag.org/en/project/smart-citizens-lab
  9. 9. II. HACKABLE CITIES
  10. 10. PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE OPEN STANDARDS OPEN SOFTWARE OPEN ACCESS OPEN INNOVATION
  11. 11. Enabling developers
  12. 12. III. POLICY OVER TECHNOLOGY
  13. 13. Wicked Problems
  14. 14. http://www.evgenymorozov.com
  15. 15. NOW WHAT?
  16. 16. Technology is not Neutral http://digitalsocial.eu
  17. 17. Understand the Rules
  18. 18. Design for Smarter Cities • Your citizens know more than you. • Don’t separate the design and development process • Embrace self-organization & civic initiative, but help to make the results sustainable and scalable. • Never rely on consultants that will sell consultancy, not solutions. • Have binding decisions made at the lowest level possible and actively preach self-governance. • Small, connected systems tend to fail sometimes; large systems will fail for sure. • Build systems based on reciprocity and transparency. • Reuse existing parts and design your additions for reuse, adding to the public domain and strengthening its capacity to act and learn. https://www.waag.org/nl/blog/design-rules-smarter-cities
  19. 19. Embrace Change
  20. 20. ILLUMINATED CITIES BOTTOM UP MINDFRAME
 MAXIMISING POSSIBILITIES EMBRACING FRICTION ENABLING INNOVATION https://tinyurl.com/illuminated-cities
  21. 21. • Compete or Cooperate? • Ethics or Aesthetics? • Open or Closed? • Paid or ‘Free’? • App or End? • Why wait? Open Questions
  22. 22. Sint Antoniesbreestraat 69 1011 HB Amsterdam waag.org / info@waag.org Frank Kresin Research Director @kresin / frank@waag.org

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