Angela Sasse and Gabe Klein discuss their forward-looking approach in rethinking cities transport systems and security solutions used in them by paying close attention to human experience.
Jay Stanley, ACLU's senior policy analyst, talks about the importance of condition and perception of anonymity in the modern urban environment as well as his determination to protect people's privacy from incidental effects of new technology.
Dr. Ann Cavoukian, former privacy commissioner for the province of Ontario, talking about her Privacy by Design concept, which was recently adopted as a basis for privacy law by EU legislators.
Urban planner Anthony Fioravanti makes an argument for individual developments to strive to find their place and true purpose in the broader context or city planning.
Both Peter Wynne Reese and David Kilcullen think cities are safer today than they were when they were growing up.
The terrorism expert’s approach to keeping cities safe is fluid. It’s about an acceptable level of risk.
Marianne McKenna believes that safe spaces should be connected.
The FBI’s head of private-sector engagement is trying to build a bridge between public and private on a national scale.
What is an 8 80 City and how do we get there? Gil Penalosa presents for the TEDx series about creating more sustainable and people-oriented cities. The five key elements to achieving positive change are highlighted.
Did you know that 1.5 billion more people own a cell phone than have access to a toilet or running water? David Kilcullen explores the major technology trends and lays out a plan for using connectivity, in partnership with local organizations, to help build safer and more resilient communities.