Last week I posted about an interesting new radio programme on BBC World Service that is looking at which features of our cities now might together make a perfect city for the future.
The second programme was broadcast today and examined how cities use smart data looked specifically at Seoul in South Korea.
Interesting ideas were discussed but the overriding message must surely be that citizens right now should be discussing what data should be collected, how it should be used and who has access to that data.
Passively waiting to see what governments or global companies do and then complaining is not the best approach.
for the post here on the first episode see The green city: San Francisco with a link to that programme