Tag: María Teresa García García Besné

El futuro es un no lugar | Pedro Hernández
21-10-2019 No Comments

El futuro es un no lugar | Pedro Hernández

El 5 de diciembre de 2016, Amazon, el gigante de las ventas online, publicaba en su perfil de YouTube un vídeo titulado Introducing Amazon Go and the world’s most advanced shopping technology. La idea era tan sencilla como radical, y parecía sacada de una historia de una ciencia ficción, pero con un nivel de realismo que hacía preguntarse por qué a […]

The TICs and the uncertain future of the city | Guido Cimadomo
11-02-2019 No Comments

The TICs and the uncertain future of the city | Guido Cimadomo

To understand the evolution of the contemporary city it is necessary to see the influence that information technology (TIC) and the increase of its use is producing in society. Its application in different sectors of society is of extreme importance for urban development and marks the economic, social and political future of cities. ICTs are based on a spatial structure […]

The simulated city | Marc Chalamanch
13-06-2016 No Comments

The simulated city | Marc Chalamanch

“A place can be defined as a place of identity, relational and historical, a space that cannot be defined as a space of identity not as relational not as historically, one will define not place. (…)” “Not places, spaces of anonymity”, Marc Augé The cities make up, turned into perfect images, to be able to sham for what the company […]

The city protagonist of the territory TIC | Marc Chalamanch
18-04-2016 No Comments

The city protagonist of the territory TIC | Marc Chalamanch

Entered the 21st century there has vanished the city of the technologies of the information that were prophesying, a few decades ago, the futurólogos disguised as gurus. Neither it has come near to the totalitarian tecnópolis denounced by the nostalgic ones of “any last time always is better”. It turns out interesting to revise the bold Messianic predictions that the […]