‘Building smart cities starts with people, not technology’4 min read . Updated: 01 Sep 2021, 12:58 PM IST
‘By rethinking the ways in which space is used, we could optimize and innovate offices, homes and urban infra,' says Emma Greer, senior architect at Italy-based design firm Carlo Ratti Associati
When The Jetsons, the candy-coloured cartoon family, came on TV screens in the 1960s, they presented a utopian world powered by technology. From humanoids, holograms, smartwatches and phones, to video chat, drones and 3D printed food, they used things that were straight from a science fiction novel. Now, these things have become an everyday reality, and countries are trying to utilize them to create a smart world.
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