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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
How will autonomy change your commute? We invite you to explore with DriveWAVE, on display at @expoWave in Paris. http://t.co/w5d4Af8ca5
3 days ago
Forum d’Avignon is the first cultural forum solely on data and we are thrilled to present on how this data can help improve daily life.
3 days ago
Yesterday, the cover of the most recent PNAS issue was revealed and we are honored that it features our HubCab image! http://t.co/ahkkabvATj
4 days ago
On 17 September, Carlo Ratti joins the Bloomberg Committee for the final selection meeting for the #MayorsChallenge in Paris.
Can smart cities be proposed as smart innovation in urban evolution? The Lab participates in a roundtable in Caserta, Italy to find out.
RT @CHEinsights: #Design keynote just started w/ @MIT director Carlo Ratti @ IFA+ Summit #ifa #ifa2014 @IFA_Berlin http://t.co/A69SHzHZzJ
RT @matteolai: Always great to hear (your former boss) Carlo Ratti talk about urban design @ #IFA2014 @SenseableCity
2 weeks ago
What does "design thinking" really imply? Carlo Ratti presents the IFA+ Summit - Design keynote in Berlin. http://t.co/iLfic1NXs7
2 weeks ago
A recent article in The Economist highlights Local Warming's energy saving potential. More details at http://t.co/N3uaZBSAjV.
2 weeks ago
The Lab gives one of the main presentations on Senseable Cities at Unindustria Bologna on 8 Sept. More details at http://t.co/JjLk14jrjf
2 weeks ago
The Lab's Carlo Ratti is a member of Singapore's new Committee for Autonomous Road Transport. http://t.co/qTxCuvuGNu (h/t @STcom)
2 weeks ago
@stevenstrogatz and Carlo Ratti argue in @huffingtonpost that it might not be so bad if we shared a ride. http://t.co/XminRImqzc
2 weeks ago
An inside look at Forage Tracking, which brought tech to informal waste collection, from our supporters @ MIT Brazil: http://t.co/JfEqx07ads
2 weeks ago
RT @stevenstrogatz: My op-ed with Carlo Ratti (about our new PNAS paper w @SenseableCity on the math of taxi sharing) http://t.co/ULkMuxRbJf
2 weeks ago
RT @BrianLehrer: A viz of NYC taxi traffic data the Lab, @stevenstrogatz used for cab-sharing study. http://t.co/lvU3ZFCtu2...
2 weeks ago
How data showed that sharing could revolutionize transportation in NYC: Newsweek Magazine reports on our new study: http://t.co/wOMb8uUxEw
2 weeks ago
RT @stevenstrogatz: Math of taxi sharing: our PNAS paper http://t.co/SFV5DB0gF9 & press coverage: http://t.co/MqUU1bgVOt
2 weeks ago
Join our own Anthony Vanky in San Francisco Wednesday night for a discussion about urban data, hosted by MKThink. http://t.co/2ep98z7x0S
3 weeks ago
What if 2 New Yorkers shared a cab... The @NYTimes writes up our new publication on taxi sharing and Hubcab. http://t.co/oVehZlcY0P
3 weeks ago
RT @MIT: How drastically could cab-sharing reduce traffic, fares, and CO2 emissions? http://t.co/gpCLhEmvhc, http://t.co/HGVt1HIXtq

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