As Toronto's population continues to grow and the number of residents living in multi-storey buildings increases, the ways in which we encourage and support the city's public spaces increasingly matters. This series examines some of the challenges and questions that we should be asking to make sure that we get the most out of our public spaces.
Presented by the University of Toronto's School of Cities, the third session in this four-part series addresses the use of technology in public spaces - including ethics, best practices, and upcoming challenges.
Speakers for this session:
Lisa Austin, Professor and Chair in Law and Technology, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto
Beth Coleman, Director, City as Platform lab, Associate Professor, Institute of Communication, Culture, Information and Technology, UTM and Faculty of Information, University of Toronto
Jesse Shapins, Director, Public Realm, Sidewalk Labs
Moderated by Mark Fox, Distinguished Professor and Associate Director, Research, School of Cities, University of Toronto.