New mobility technologies offer a dazzling array of new services and a dizzying range of new datasets and resources. As mobility data proliferates, cities (and private sector companies) must grapple with new ethical and practical questions to ensure that technology serves to enhance, not diminish, civic life.
Panelists will apply their own experience from working with emerging mobility technologies to discuss how governments can use data and technology to improve mobility. Who should shape our digital future? At a moment when technology is evolving rapidly, what role(s) should government play to ensure the best outcomes for the public around privacy, equity, and sustainability? What does public engagement mean in a digital age?
Session Format: Moderated panel discussion