The Human Ecosystem Project founded in Bologna, shows how cities can use data creatively to empower its citizens and its city, through the use of open data.
Blockchain for Change creates a smart phone and app: Fummi, capable of giving homeless people in New York a digital identity and access to essential services.
The city of Dubai aims to have all their applicable government services and transactions happen on blockchain by 2020.
Interview with Marloes Pomp, project leader of thirty blockchain projects within the Dutch government, to uncover the potential of the blockchain for governments and city leaders.
This short study examined the environmental, social and economic impact of the online goods sharing platform Peerby.
Case study about the Serendipity Machine: a smartphone app that connects people in real-time through a place-based network and facilitates knowledge and expertise (social capital) sharing.
Why did we select this case New Zealand's InternetNZ and 20/20 Trust have developed two complementing databases, one for mapping the digital divide throughout the country and another for mapping digital inclusion resources. About ...
Why did we select this manifesto? The 20/20 Trust is an organisation focused on digitally disadvantaged groups, geared towards increasing the inclusion of New Zealanders in the digital world by leading projects and working directly with communities...
Overview on how the smart city tries to act as an arena where residents, business, third sector organizations and the Municipality itself can collaborate to achieve social and economic prosperity.
Tel Aviv is viewed worldwide as an example of a Smart City. This report briefly analysis how the city achieved this level of recognition and points to potential areas that could further improve.