The knowledge society is defined by open accessibility to knowledge, information and learning able to sustain servicing process and the main vehicle is new emergent city as smart urban space. Smart city is a dynamic and open basket of interdependences between life and work, innovation and research towards hybridation of emergent ecologies by four integrated levels: (A) companies, universities, startup cluster and institutions; (B) market and non-market mechanism; (C) profit and no-profit trajectories of value; (D) work and creativity. In the emergent city we can see a great change of interrelations between consensus and democracy, rules and behaviors, power and technology. With new urban space of smart cities we can reconnect economy and society, nature and technology, science and arts, urban and non-urban space, centre and periphery, material and immaterial world, separated by last two centuries (by industrial revolution and Fordism) towards an emergent cognitive productivity oriented to wellness of humans and environment. The main impact is an inclusive connectivity between responsibility, sustainability and innovation able to enlarge the ties among circular economy, green and social society with knowledge society. The second one effect is a great interrelation between competition and cooperation in business environment with a great role of territories as dynamic connector and attractor of talents and investors. We need of local industrial policy focused on urban space with renewable reforms and modernization.

Gli antidoti alla caduta della crescita dei paesi occidentali tra inclusione e partecipazione, sviluppo delle smart cities, economia della conoscenza e industry 4.0 / L. Pilotti - In: Città sostenibili / [a cura di] V. Bini, A. Dal Borgo, C. Fiamingo. - [s.l] : Altravista, 2019 Jun. - ISBN 9788899688400. - pp. 51-82

Gli antidoti alla caduta della crescita dei paesi occidentali tra inclusione e partecipazione, sviluppo delle smart cities, economia della conoscenza e industry 4.0

L. Pilotti
2019-06

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The knowledge society is defined by open accessibility to knowledge, information and learning able to sustain servicing process and the main vehicle is new emergent city as smart urban space. Smart city is a dynamic and open basket of interdependences between life and work, innovation and research towards hybridation of emergent ecologies by four integrated levels: (A) companies, universities, startup cluster and institutions; (B) market and non-market mechanism; (C) profit and no-profit trajectories of value; (D) work and creativity. In the emergent city we can see a great change of interrelations between consensus and democracy, rules and behaviors, power and technology. With new urban space of smart cities we can reconnect economy and society, nature and technology, science and arts, urban and non-urban space, centre and periphery, material and immaterial world, separated by last two centuries (by industrial revolution and Fordism) towards an emergent cognitive productivity oriented to wellness of humans and environment. The main impact is an inclusive connectivity between responsibility, sustainability and innovation able to enlarge the ties among circular economy, green and social society with knowledge society. The second one effect is a great interrelation between competition and cooperation in business environment with a great role of territories as dynamic connector and attractor of talents and investors. We need of local industrial policy focused on urban space with renewable reforms and modernization.
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