Brookings Mountain West
As part of the ongoing Brookings Scholar Lecture Series, Brookings Mountain West presented a lecture titled, "Digital Place: How Technology Will Change Our Built Environment" by Fellow in Metropolitan Policy, Adie Tomer on February 6, 2019. Digital technologies promise to upend nearly every component of the economy, including how we work, shop, travel, and even live inside our homes. There is too little conversation about how adoption of various technologies will interact with the current built environment and the policies that guide future investment. This lecture explores how the economy currently functions, where technology will transform economic functions, and how future scenarios will place different demands on local leadership to develop a built environment that promotes growth, opportunity, and resilience.
Technology; Metropolitan policy; Economic growth; Environment; Smart cities; Built environment
Economics | Public Policy
How Technology Will Change Our Built Environment.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/brookings_lectures_events/142