By The Bubble
Interconnected coletivos, 3D printers at classrooms, AR apps capable of recreating historic battles at the Casa Rosada, and sensor-equipped garbage containers are already paving their way to making Buenos Aires a smarter city.
Old-time Porteños were secretly futuristic. Even when they had probably never heard such thing as “sustainable development,” – the term was coined in 1983 – they sow the seeds for what would later become the smartest city in Latin America. The first example came in the 1920’s, when local manufacturers came out with a... (Read More)
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