Last month, one of the biggest tech companies, Sidewalk Labs (a sister company of Google), announced it would be building the city of the future in the east end of Toronto's waterfront. Enabled by data, embedded with artificial intelligence, and controlled by robots, the neighbourhood, called Quayside, sounds like a dream come true. But is it? The Agenda evaluates the plan so far, and discusses what the city should consider when making decisions about the project's future.
Planning Smart Neighbourhoods; Policy for the Age of AI
Nov 13, 2017