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Exhibition Event: Data Mining the Future of London
Part of the accompanying programme for 'The Data and Life of Great Future Cities'
Exhibition Event: Studying Public Life Through Data
AJ x Roca Event: In Conversation with Amin Taha
How can data play a part in creating a better London?
Panellists discussed the growing importance and possibilities of data – big and small – to play a part in creating a better London. Developers, architects and planners can potentially use this new tool to shape a more successful, equal, liveable and human-focused capital.
Panellists included Theo Blackwell, Chief Digital Officer, Mayor of London’s Office; Anna Rose, Director, Space Syntax; and Daisy Froud, writer and stragegist. The discussion was chaired by Patricia Brown from Central – it forms part of her work on London 3.0, which is exploring the future of London in the face of its contemporary opportunities and challenges.
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