Una ciudad (¿más?) inteligente




Palabras clave:

Nuevo paradigma urbano, tecnología, estrategias de desarrollo, fragmentación


En este artículo se reflexiona sobre el paradigma de ciudad inteligente reciente y exitosa, lo cual parece ser influyente en diferentes ámbitos (económicos, culturales, políticos, etc.) y las disciplinas (ciencias sociales, estudios de TIC, etc.). A partir de una breve reconstrucción del origen del concepto, esta contribución se centra en la dimensión urbana de paradigma y sobre el papel que juega la tecnología más avanzada en la reconfiguración de las ciudades y espacios urbanos en las ciudades.



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Marco Santangelo, Universidad y Politécnico de Torino



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2016-03-04 — Actualizado el 2022-09-19

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Santangelo, M. (2022). Una ciudad (¿más?) inteligente. Nóesis. Revista De Ciencias Sociales, 25(49-1), 65–77. https://doi.org/10.20983/noesis.2016.12.5



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