Mobility is at a crossroads. The introduction of self-driving technology, Artificial Intelligence and new, shared forms of micro-mobility is diversifying the way we get around cities. Furthermore, real time data allows us to increase utilization of ride-sharing. As vehicles change form and become more like computers on wheels, thanks to thousands of embedded sensors that collect information on users’ preferences and the state of the built environment, mobility gives us new instruments to better comprehend our cities – and mold them through data.
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