Brett M. Frischmann, Michael J. Madison, Madelyn Rose Sanfilippo

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Smart cities require much more than smart tech. Cities need trusted governance and engaged citizens. Integrating surveillance, AI, automation, and smart tech within basic infrastructure, as well as public and private services and spaces, raises a complex set of ethical, economic, political, social, and technological questions that requires systematic study and careful deliberation. Throughout this book, authors have asked contextual research questions and explored compelling but often distinct answers guided by the shared structure of the GKC framework. The Conclusion discusses some of the key themes across chapters in this volume, considering lessons learned and implications for future research.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationGoverning Smart Cities as Knowledge Commons
EditorsBrett M. Frischmann, Michael J. Madison, Madelyn Rose Sanfilippo
PublisherCambridge University Press
ISBN (Electronic)9781108938532
ISBN (Print)9781108837170, 9781108940405
StatePublished - Feb 2023


  • knowledge commons
  • smart cities


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