A few weeks ago, we published the first part of our conversation with five leading global urban experts from different fields on how Covid-19 and the challenges brought to the fore by the pandemic will impact the future functioning of cities.
Now, it is time to focus the discussion on other emerging and complex dimension of our new urban scenario: the future role of technology and innovation in city planning and management.
Because, as we all are witnessing, the Covid-19 crisis is forcing cities to rethink not only the way they work and provide services to citizens, but also the way they harness technology, innovation and cooperation to tackle socio-economic challenges.