In this talk, we learn about Barcelona City Council's strategy in Artificial Intelligence, from the smart city to technological humanism, digital citizen participation, and emerging technologies and rights.
Yuriy Nazarov, Head of Smart City UA initiative, Chairman of the Smart City Committee of the Public Council at the Ministry of Digital Transformation interviews Michael Donaldson, Commissioner of Technological Innovation, Electronic Administration and Good Governance of the Barcelona City Council, Spain.
1. What will Barcelona be like after COVID?
2. Innovation, art and quality of life have always been recurring weapons to attract tourists and professionals. Are there new initiatives in these sectors?
3. Two concrete events have placed Barcelona in one of the top places in the world ranking: the 1992 Olympic Games and the Mobile World Congress. What other events set the profile of the city?
4. In Barcelona there are 13,692 registered Ukrainians (7,808 women and 5,884 men) and it has grown by 5% this year. What can a Smart city like Barcelona offer them so that they can integrate?