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"The real-time city is now real! The increasing deployment of sensors and hand-held electronics in recent years is allowing a new approach to the study of the built environment. The way we describe and understand cities is being radically transformed - alongside the tools we use to design them and impact on their physical structure. Studying these changes from a critical point of view and anticipating them is the goal of the SENSEable City Laboratory, a new research initiative at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology."
Latest From @SenseableCity
2 days ago
Carlo Ratti speaks about the dynamics of creativity for sharing the city at ASP Summer School series at Politecnico di Torino on 1-5 Sept.
4 days ago
This weekend we are in Dubai for a workshop series to develop our future collab with DU, the Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company.
5 days ago
A brief tour of the Lab at 5:30pm by one of our researchers. RT @avanky: The Senseable City Lab, #hyperlapse'd. http://t.co/OPmQRSoiTk
5 days ago
On 28 Aug, the Lab is at the Alpbach Built Environment Symposium to learn more about community solutions. http://t.co/3eSMUjzkl8
6 days ago
RT @worldarchfest: Carlo Ratti & Patrick Bellew (@AtelierTen) will explore cities designed for resilience http://t.co/FVSrH48Dbe
6 days ago
#Visualization blog, @FlowingData, features our research and interactions about "Urban Villages". Have a read: http://t.co/5EtBVPm2nK
6 days ago
RT @MIT: Finding beauty in #bigdata: http://t.co/jylOnwmBwa via @SenseableCity
What's the best way to get from point A to B? Carlo Ratti discusses #SmartCities with @de_ingenieur: http://t.co/7GMmAqZjhb
@BuildingMedia talks about the "sizzling" idea behind Local Warming, and how it will change comfort in buildings. http://t.co/CjTmh6adEr
2 weeks ago
RT @ProSyn: "If the French capital is no longer Europe’s rudest city, we can perhaps thank @TripAdvisor" http://t.co/5zWlfK154H
2 weeks ago
What does it take to turn Local Warming from concept to installation? Watch our time-lapse from the Venice Biennale. http://t.co/PXAaQypDs8
3 weeks ago
RT @MK_Think: We're hosting Anthony Vanky of MIT's @SenseableCity Lab on September 3 @ 630PM for a #lecture & #exhibition opening! http://t…
3 weeks ago
RT @UrbanBigData: For more from Carlo Ratti connect to @senseablecity and @crassociati #UrbanBigData and #UIC
3 weeks ago
Peek in the Lab: Thanks, @uberdata for letting us borrow @novakkm, Uber's head of data science, for lunch.
3 weeks ago
What does the future of Europe look like? We're excited to be at the European Forum with politicos and scholars. http://t.co/eXe8cpejRu
4 weeks ago
The Lab joins diverse disciplines in Chicago at the Big Data & Urban Informatics Workshop, sponsored by the NSF. http://t.co/0g9NY5WTYe
4 weeks ago
Afternoon Read: Our colleague at @MITDusp speaks about how use of data to is pushing companies to pay a living wage. http://t.co/sOx5FA06sz
4 weeks ago
RT @JustinienT: An impressive and fascinating study ab social interaction in large cities - http://t.co/tushpaHPL0 http://t.co/TLgJnfNl4g
4 weeks ago
Imagine hearing "Data clean-up needed on aisle seven" the next time you're at the grocery store. The future market: http://t.co/qL0hIgZI5M
4 weeks ago
Carlo Ratti is at Arq.Futuro in Sao Paulo to discuss future alternatives for water & urban development. More details: http://t.co/x4BWGzVLPo

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