Data Collection in the Moscow Metro

Data creates accumulated traces of human behavior that can be applied to forecast general urban trends to improve the quality of life. As an extension of behavioral data, could biological data on the daily life of individuals be helpful to solve challenging urban problems? How could macro data be managed despite potential errors, threats, and misuse? Read about an innovative project to measure human stress and excitement being tested at Moscow’s Strelka Institute.

Image: CC Image courtesy of Christopher.Michel on Flickr

Dameun Kim

Dameun Kim is an urban planner. She aims to connect different aspects of city planning through her interdisciplinary experience in planning and engineering. Her interests in adaptation strategies to climate change and physical planning led her to Vancouver, after her prolonged expedition in three continents.

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