In this lively, provocative talk, writer and urbanist Adam Greenfield reviews the case on behalf of the “smart city“ offered by its most prominent advocates. He conducts a close reading of their promotional materials, questions the politics and priorities embedded in them, and concludes that what the times demand is not any such thing at all, but a loving and conscious practice of networked urbanism.

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