Cultural heritage, smart cities and digital data analytics
Eastern Journal of European Studies, 2019, vol. 10(1), 151-159
This paper addresses the new opportunities and pitfalls of smart cities, with a particular view to the maintenance and use of historical-cultural resources in a city. The emergence and wide-spread application of digital technology appears to shape a new arena for urban cultural policy analysis, especially in the framework of big data in relation to social media information platforms. The paper argues that in a digital age new forms of data metrics policy are needed for an affective cultural heritage policy in cities.
Keywords: smart cities; intelligent cities; cultural heritage; urban cultural capital; digital technology; big data; social media platforms (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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