Conjoint webinar: InterSCity + MIT Senseable City Lab


We’re pleased to announce a webinar in a collaboration between the InterSCity project and the MIT Senseable City Lab.

It’ll take place on Tuesday June 27th at 14:00 BRT in hybrid mode (Auditório Imre Simon-CCSL-IME-USP and Zoom).

The Webinar will involve both the presentation of current work by the MIT Senseable City Lab and an online game in which participants will reflect on privacy issues related to data-driven solutions in urban scenarios:

Title: Data Slots: a Senseable City Lab online workshop

Abstract: As layers of networks and digital information blanket urban space, new approaches to the study of the built environment are emerging. However, privacy concerns linger around the benefits data-driven solutions bring to cities and citizens. In this 60-minute and hands-on webinar, MIT Senseable City Lab senior researchers will lead a discussion about how to balance privacy concerns and benefits of data-driven approaches to cities, and will present current, and some not-yet-published work.

Time Program
0-10 Introduction to SCL and the privacy/benefits trade-offs of data-driven solutions
11-25 Play data slots
26-30 Short discussion about the activity
31-45 SCL work
46-60 Q&A

We hope to see you all in presence (Auditório Imre Simon, CCSL-IME-USP) or online!

Location: Imre Simon Auditorium or online (

June 27th, 2023 at 14:00