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Data and/in Our Cities

Data in and Our Cities Current Forces CBT and Certain Measures

Current Forces

Certain Measures and CBT

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    Free and open to the public

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    Design Enthusiasts

Data has been around for centuries. But the process of collecting, accessing, and processing data has gone through a facelift in the last several years and the result presents an array of unexplored opportunities and challenges. What does data mean now and how does it impact the way we understand and shape our cities?

Join us for a short presentation by leaders in the fields of data, design, and real estate followed by a panel discussion.

2 LU AIA credits are available.

This discussion is part of BSA Space's current exhibition, Balancing Act: Urbanism & Emerging Technologies. The exhibition explores how technology influences our urban experience and the possibilities to focus emerging technologies towards the human experience and develop best urban practices to make our cities more livable, equitable, and sustainable.

Daniel Fink, Researcher at the MIT Real Estate Innovation Lab

Sarah Williams, Director of the Civic Data Design Lab, Associate Professor at MIT

Andrew Witt, Co-founder of Certain Measures, Associate Professor at Harvard University

Sae Kim AIA, Associate Principal at CBT

Your registration includes acceptance of our photo release and consent policy.

Registrants to this event will be added to the BSA Space mailing list for updates on future public programs and exhibitions. Registrants may unsubscribe at any time. Email addresses will not be shared or sold to third parties.

This event is supported by:

ULI | Urban Land Institute

Thank you to our exhibition sponsors:

Existing Conditions
Pickard Chilton

Thank you to the American Institute of Architects for supporting this exhibition through the AIA exhibition grant.



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