Author | Patricia M. LicerasWhen we refer to Smart Cities and urban design, we need to think about much more than infrastructures for daily use. The development of future skills and the integration of population groups form part of this new way of designing cities, and this had led to the use of big data being more important than ever. It is no longer enough to address existing problems; we need to gauge the pulse of citizens and develop strategies for the coming decades.Urban and administrative management based on data can reveal interesting behaviour patterns with the aim of improving the lifestyles of citizens in all areas. Including in education. And we already have some very clear examples of how technology can improve the way in which the school system works, beyond laboratories or computer classrooms.
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