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Can computer hacking have positive parallels in the shaping of the built environment? The Hackable City research project was set up with this question in mind, to investigate the potential of digital platforms to open up the citymaking process. Its cofounders Martijn de Waal, Michiel de Lange and Matthijs Bouw here outline the tendencies that their studies of collaborative urban development initiatives around the world have revealed, and ask whether knowledge sharing and incremental change might be a better way forward than top-down masterplans.

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Are smart cities really what we need? Or does their very nature go against the qualities of tolerance, resilience and face-to-face cooperation that are crucial to harmonious urban living? London-based writer and urbanist Adam Greenfield argues that networked technology would be put to far better use in citizen-led initiatives than in data-collection programmes dictated by a narrow elite.

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This joint paper presents five state-of-the-art articles analysing challenges and trends through paradigm shifts in environment, competitiveness, social cohesion, transportation and global governance. The analysis is enriched with the views and experiences of the different cities that are part of the network. This approach renders a global perspective of local issues. In every thematic area, the topics chosen are trends that are significantly changing the way cities and metropolitan areas address their challenges. Therefore, they emerge as paradigm shifts, that is, new approaches to addressing existing problems, or new conceptualisations of global problems that challenge existing local solutions.

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Los usos transitorios en el Avance la Revisión de las DOT

El Documento (página 170) reflexiona en los siguientes términos;

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