Good to see how various strands combine here, apart from the topic which is governance of smart cities. The immediate trigger for Peter Bihr is Toronto’s smart city plan, on his radar as he was recently in Canada. We both were to visit Peter Rukavina’s unconference. He references how back in 2011 we already touched upon most of the key ingredients, at the Cognitive Cities conference in Berlin, which he organised, and where I spoke. And he mentions doing a fellowship on this very topic for the Edgeryders, my favourite community in Europe for these type of issues, and which I try to support where I can.

Read How to plan & govern a smart city? (The Waving Cat)

What does governance mean in a so-called smart city context. What is it that’s being governed and how, and maybe most importantly, by whom?

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