Today a speed news to address a very important symposium, that it to say Deep City Latsis that gathers people from around the world to discuss and present written, built, coded, drawn, filmed, or modelled work around the topics of data, democracy and sovereignty. From digital tools for urban governance to AI and new forms of design and spatial agency, we will explore emerging negotiations between the technological, the ecological and the social.
Big data and artificial intelligence will inevitably change the way we study, build, and manage our cities. Is the opposition of machine intelligence and democracy inevitable, or are shared trajectories possible? To consider this and other questions, we will host a series of keynotes and paper presentations, as well as an exhibition (WALL), workshops and roundtables, to collectively grasp the Deep City.
Deep City: Climate Crisis, Democracy and the Digital, International Latsis Symposium — Open Forum
March 24–26, 2021