Jane Jacobs wasn’t opposed to data-driven decisions, she really reputed data should be used differently, acted in accordance with a brand-new volume that is about data for the public good.
As digital organisations multiply across the urban landscape, they are producing immense flows of data that can help inform how we manage and plan municipals. The capacity now exists, at a magnitude previously unavailable, to directly set issues that have been central to urban planning since its inception, such as equity, environment, appreciate formation, service provision, public opinion, and the effects of physical constitute. But numerous city planners find their relationship with technology, data, and its use in communities to be an uneasy one.
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