Algorithmic Governance in Smart Cities: The Conundrum and the Potential of Pervasive Computing Solutions

Zambonelli, F, Salim, F, LOKE, S, De Meuter, W and Kanhere, S 2018, 'Algorithmic Governance in Smart Cities: The Conundrum and the Potential of Pervasive Computing Solutions', IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, vol. 37, no. 2, pp. 80-87.


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Title Algorithmic Governance in Smart Cities: The Conundrum and the Potential of Pervasive Computing Solutions
Author(s) Zambonelli, F
Salim, F
LOKE, S
De Meuter, W
Kanhere, S
Year 2018
Journal name IEEE Technology and Society Magazine
Volume number 37
Issue number 2
Start page 80
End page 87
Total pages 8
Publisher IEEE
Abstract Pervasive and mobile computing technologies can make our everyday living environments and our cities «smart», i.e., capable of reaching awareness of physical and social processes and of dynamically affecting them in a purposeful way [1]. This is already happening, e.g., in the form of digital traffic signs that suggest in real-time the best traffic directions or the availability of parking spots, and also in the form of location-based social networks that inform us about noteworthy events. Soon we expect that the pervasive diffusion of sensing, actuation, and computing will allow our urban environment to fully self-regulate in autonomy most of its processes, and to guide and support our everyday activities. © 1982-2012 IEEE.
Subject Ubiquitous Computing
DOI - identifier 10.1109/MTS.2018.2826080
Copyright notice © 2018 IEEE
ISSN 0278-0097
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