Digital Futures HiSS project Workshop series – SESSION 2 (of 3)
Date and time: 13 September 2021, 17:00 – 19:30 CEST (11:00 – 13:30 EDT)
Speaker: See program below – SESSION 2 (of 3)
Title: Digital Futures HiSS project Workshop series
Zoom: Link will be provided to registered participants
From smart to intelligent cities: A human-social choice?
Smart cities of a digitalised society are envisioned as cyber-physical-human systems of sustainable economic growth that enhance human wellbeing. The grand challenge for designing and developing smart cities is to achieve mutually beneficial interactions between cyber and human systems where machines learn from humans and humans learn from machines. Theories of human behaviour are traditionally context-dependent, specialised in economics, education, games, social interactions, management, etc. Smart cities, as cyber-physical-human systems, set a new context for modelling and understanding human-social behaviour at different levels – from neuro-cognition of individual choices to collective decisions and emergence in social networks at multiple time scales.
Please register for the workshop here: https://www.kth.se/form/61277e4f8a8fe60011fecbed
Workshop format: Online
Each session is 2.5 hours. Following a short introduction, three presentations of 30 min each (including 5 min immediate questions) would be followed by a 1-hour discussion. The following sessions are scheduled with confirmed speakers:
13 September, 17:00 – 19:30 CEST (11:00 – 13:30 EDT) – Reflective Intelligence: Individual Decision Making to Navigate the Sustainable-Smart City. Individual preferences and choices; basic social interactions; utilities and social norms; confidence and control. Which of the existing theories for human choices/decisions are suitable in the sustainable smart city context?
- Prof. Katina Michael, Arizona State University
- Assoc. Prof. Esteban Moro, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and MIT
- Prof. Angelia Nedich, Arizona State University
20 September, 17:00 – 19:30 CEST (11:00 – 13:30 EDT) – Neuro-cognition: Neural perspective of individual choices and human-social behaviour. Decision-making, cognitive architectures, long- and short-term memory, learning and risk-taking. How to reconcile a neurocognitive perspective of individual goal-directed behaviour with interactive socio-economic decision-making to explain human-social choices in a smart city context?
- Prof. Jerome Busemeyer, Univ of Indiana
- Prof. Alan Safney, Radboud University
- Prof. Scott Huettel, Duke University
For more information or questions, please contact Vladimir Cvetkovic, Professor, Resources, Energy and Infrastructure at KTH, Co-PI of research project Humanizing the Sustainable Smart City (HiSS) at Digital Futures.