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  • SSL in World Academic Forum webinar on city transformation

    World Academic Forum Stockholm Summit 2022 logotype
    Published Apr 21, 2022

    Senseable Stockholm Lab will take part in the upcoming World Academic Forum Stockholm Summit 2022 in a webinar hosted by KTH Royal Institute of Technology: “City Transformation - How We Make the City ...

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  • New article on kth.se: "Ethics are important when working with smart cities"

    Published Apr 06, 2022

    KTH researcher Barbro Fröding's ethic project in Senseable Stockholm Lab is the topic for an article in the series "The City in Focus" on kth.se.

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  • Senseable Stockholm Lab takes lead in data management pilot project at KTH

    Published Mar 17, 2022

    In a recently initiated pilot project, Senseable Stockholm Lab will join forces with the Research Data Team coordinated by the KTH Library to explore the opportunities and challenges of research data ...

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  • Online and Twitter data reveals how the pandemic changed people’s behaviour in Stockholm

    Published Feb 06, 2022

    As the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic reached Europe and Sweden in the spring of 2020, researchers from KTH Royal Institute of Technology and MIT, collaborating with the City of Stockholm in the ...

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  • Senseable Stockholm Lab Day 2021

    The Senseable Stockholm Lab team in Stockholm City Hall
    Published Nov 05, 2021

    On “Senseable Stockholm Lab Day”, Tuesday 5 October 2021, the lab’s researchers and City of Stockholm representatives came together in Stockholm City Hall to present completed, ongoing and coming lab ...

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  • A week that infused new strength into a unique collaboration

    Published Oct 27, 2021

    Through collaboration between KTH Royal Institute of Technology, MIT and the City of Stockholm – supported by Stockholm Chamber of Commerce and Newsec, and hosted by Kista Science City and the Stockho...

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  • Interview with Barbro Fröding: “Both technology and ethics are needed in the smart city”

    Published Jun 03, 2021

    Barbro Fröding, associate professor in philosophy at KTH, researches the ethical perspective on when new technology and people meet. Her ongoing project is about the City of Stockholm’s work with “sma...

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  • Webinar #4, fall 2020: Ethical issues when using AI and urban data

    Published Dec 02, 2020

    The use of AI and big data and deploying multipurpose sensing infrastructures in our cities, together with the increase of AI technologies, pose several ethical questions around regarding, for example...

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  • Webinar #3, fall 2020: New urban habits in Stockholm following COVID-19

    Published Nov 20, 2020

    Life in Stockholm has undergone sweeping changes as a result of the pandemic restrictions. We have studied new habits in Stockholm drawing from Twitter data and a public participation survey to see ho...

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  • Webinar #2, fall 2020: Stockholm Sensing Platform – mapping urban micro climates

    Published Oct 16, 2020

    Air quality, heat, noise. These are environmental factors that deeply affect the well-being of people living in cities. Yet, they are hyper-local, fast-pace changing phenomena that are hard to snapsho...

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  • Webinar #1, fall 2020: Meetings, flows and segregation – what different data say

    Published Sep 18, 2020

    Through short presentations from the project Urban segregation within Senseable Stockholm Lab, you get insight into exciting research and how new ways to collect, analyze and visualize data show how t...

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