Cities Aren’t Running Like Computers by Nicolas Buchoud

“Today we tend to think about cities like running computers; we have a solution, we scale it up, we create a start-up, then we think about conquering the world. Whereas somehow the city that exists, or the city in general, is a bit more complex than that,” explained Nicolas Buchoud (Renaissance Urbaine et Cercle Grand Paris de l’investissement durable), at Prague’s reSite 2017.