Ideas around the regenerative city have prompted us to rethink the way our cities are designed to promote urban development that is in harmony with the local conditions and the boundaries of the planet. The regenerative city not only preserves the capacities and capabilities of ecosystems, but it actively aims to regenerate them.
The aim of this event is to shed light on the processes and systemic changes required to create a regenerative city, how practitioners across different fields and sectors are implementing regenerative strategies using AI and data and challenges/ opportunities associated with this.
Introduction by Kate Raworth - economist, academic, creator of the Doughnut of social and planetary boundaries, and co-founder of Doughnut Economics Action Lab.
- Marijana Novak - Head of Data, Circle Economy
- Rusne Sileryte- CTO, Geofluxus
- Laurens Samson - Computer Vision Engineer, City of Amsterdam
- Tanya Tsui - PhD Researcher Circular Economies, TU Delft
- Moderated by Ruth Nelson - PhD Researcher, TU Delft
Q&A Session with the audience
Drinking & Networking
Building 27W - Marineterrein
1018 JA Amsterdam
About the Organizer
URBAN AI is a Think Tank dedicated to the emerging field of Urban Artificial Intelligence that federates a multidisciplinary and global community. Together, they propose ethical modes of governance and sustainable uses of Urban Artificial Intelligence.
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