Adam Greenfield has written for the launch issue of The Journal of the London Society called Route Master: A Biography of the London Map. Download the piece here: The London Society_Adam Greenfield piece
The article, ‘Helsinki’s ambitious plan to make car ownership pointless in 10 years’, examines Finland’s hopes for a ‘mobility on demand’ system that integrates all forms of shared and public transport in a single payment network where private cars could be rendered obsolete.
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Adam Greenfield, Senior Urban Fellow at LSE Cities discusses the growing public scepticism around claims that intelligent operating systems and data analytics are the key to our future.
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LSE Cities is delighted to welcome Adam Greenfield as Senior Urban Fellow at the centre. Adam will be concentrating his research on the interaction of networked information technology with urban experience, and particularly on the implications of emergent technologies for the construction of public space and the right to the city. Adam will be based at LSE Cities from January – September 2014.