Audacities : Innovating and governing in the real digital city
Digital technology has taken over cities, but not at all in the way told by the “smart city” scenario. It has indeed deeply transformed the city dwellers’ life and the functioning of some urban services, but it did so outside of any existing strategy of actors working in the field of urbanism, and particularly public authorities. The project looks at identifying, through case study analyses, the stakes of collaborating for the new digital actors and traditional actors, notably local communities.
Digital technology has taken over cities, but not at all in the way the “smart city” scenario tells us. It has indeed deeply transformed the lives of city dwellers and the functioning of certain urban services, but it has done so without any existing strategic input from actors working in urban planning, particularly from public authorities. Through case study analysis, this project seeks to identify the collaboration challenges between new digital actors and traditional actors, notably local authorities .