Barcelona has approved its “Definition of work methodologies and protocols for implementing algorithmic systems”, which aims to create an internal guide for implementing algorithmic systems at a municipal level. This is a pioneering document in regard to the regulation and governance of algorithmic systems at a local level.
On Thursday 1 December, Barcelona City Council, Giga UNICEF ITU, the Mobile World Capital Barcelona and the Cities Coalition for Digital Rights organised the Barcelona Conference for Digital Inclusion, an event open to the general public that discussed how we can progress towards a fair, people-orientated digital transition.
A new edition of the Smart City World Congress is here, the global reference show for smart solutions for a more sustainable urban future. Discover here the city projects and initiatives that Barcelona City Council is presenting at the congress as an example of innovation at the service of people, the creation of opportunities and the urban environment.