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1984 (Orwell), 96
Addis Ababa (Ethiopia), 157
Aircraft (Le Corbusier), 148
Alphabet (Google’s parent company). See Sidewalk Labs
Argonne National Laboratory, 107
Arnold Foundation. See Laura and John Arnold Foundation
Baldwin, James, 151
Baltimore (MD), 41
Bayley, David, 77
Bell, Monica, 46
Berk, Richard, 83
Beware (Intrado), 104
311 app, 51
Boston Public Schools, 54
“Boston Smart City Playbook” (2016), 156
Department of Innovation and Technology, 134
Brady, Henry, 45
South Wing, 149
Burns, Nancy, 45
Cars. See Automobiles
Chasnoff, John, 78
311 app, 41
Department of Public Health (CDPH), 139–140
Columbus Buggy Company (CBC), 35
COMPAS (Northpointe), 104–105
Contracts. See Government contracts
Crime. See Policing
Array of Things (AoT), 107–109
hacks and security breaches, 102
judicial sentencing, influence on, 106
release of, 94–95
Death and Life of Great American Cities (Jacobs), 151
De Montjoye, Yves-Alexandre, 93–94
Department of Homeland Security. See U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Department of Justice. See U.S. Department of Justice
Department of Transportation (DOT). See U.S. Department of Transportation
Determinism. See Technological determinism
Dewey, John, 4
Domain Awareness System (IBM), 84
Downs, Anthony, 22
Driverless cars. See Autonomous vehicles
DriveWAVE, 25. See also Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Senseable City Lab
Duranton, Gilles, 22–23
Email. See Gmail
Emerson College, 53
Engagement Lab, 53
Eno Center for Transportation, 16
Equivant. See Northpointe
Facial recognition software, 99
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), 96
Federal Communications Commission, 114
Ford, Henry, 35
Fort Greene Houses, 151. See also New York City
Fountain, Jane, 47
Fry, Christopher, 42
Fung, Archon, 43
Garden Cities of To-Morrow (Howard), 147
Garden City, 147–148
General Motors Corporation, 17
Gilliom, John, 97
Goldstein, Brett, 72
Government contracts, 133–136
Greenfield, Adam, 6
Groman, Marc, 113
Hattiesburg (MS), 112
Historical data. See Training data
Hollywood, John, 71
Human Rights Data Analysis Group, 73
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). See U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
InLinkUK, 158. See also LinkNYC
Interstate Highway System, 21
Jeanneret, Charles-Édouard. See Le Corbusier
King, Martin Luther, Jr., 96
Klockars, Carl, 72
La Crosse (WI), 104
Law enforcement. See Policing
Lieberman, Henry, 42
Lincoln (NE), 41
Living PlanIt, 153
Lucas, Kim, 141. See also Boston: Mayor’s Office of New Urban Mechanics
calibrated predictions, 105
and Legionnaires’ disease, 123–124
mental health and social services, 80–81
prediction and social media, 95
public health, 139–140
Malinowski, Sean, 72
Masdar City (United Arab Emirates), 154
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), 42,
McKesson, DeRay, 96
Metcalf, Jacob, 73
Miami (FL), 79
Miami-Dade Police Department, 79
Misa, Thomas, 35
Model T, 35
Modernism, high, 146–152
Morgan Stanley, 17
NDAs. See Nondisclosure agreements
Needham, Catherine, 47
New Inquiry, 72
New Orleans (LA), Police Department, 112
Newsom, Gavin, 40
Bronx-Whitestone Bridge, 22
data drills, 124–125
data release, 94–95
Department of Housing Preservation and Development, 125
Fort Greene Houses, 151
Garner, Eric, death of, 48
Hurricane Sandy, 51
Interborough Parkway, 21
internet access (broadband), 92 (see also LinkNYC)
Laurelton Parkway, 21
New York City Council, 106
Triborough Bridge, 22
Wantagh State Parkway Extension, 22
Wi-Fi, public, 2 (see also LinkNYC)
New York Civil Liberties Union, 95
Nondisclosure agreements, 103
Norton, Peter, 18–19
Police Department, 73–75
Oceanside (CA), 102
Office of Personnel Management (OPM). See U.S. Office of Personnel Management
Ohio State University, 32
Open data initiatives, 101
Orlando (FL), 99
Orwell, George, 96
Palmisano, Samuel, 6
Papachristos, Andrew, 86
Pasquale, Frank, 49
Phoenix (AZ), 27
Play. See Games and playful learning
body cameras, 98–99
crime maps, 72–75
facial recognition software, 99
Garner, Eric, death of, 48
mental health and jail populations, 78–81
Miami-Dade Police Department, 79
New Orleans Police Department, 112
Oakland Police Department, 73–75
Orlando Police Department, 99
threat scores, 103
violence against activists, 96
Political apathy, 45–46
Porter, Theodore, 7
Predictive recidivism, 104–105
Privacy Advisory Committee, 110–111. See also Seattle
“Privacy Impact Assessment,” 110
Procurement. See Government contracts
water rights, 7
Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), 150
Rittel, Horst, 4–5
Robin, Corey, 42
Rushkoff, Douglas, 103
Sadowski, Jathan, 49
Salisbury, Harrison, 151
Department of Public Health, 130
Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development, 130
open data portal, 127
WIC (Women, Infants, and Children) program, 130
Schlozman, Kay, 45
Schneier, Bruce, 102
Department of Transportation (SDOT), 111
government contracts, 133–136
Privacy Advisory Committee, 110–111
“Privacy Impact Assessment,” 110
surveillance technology ordinance, 112
United Way, 136
Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA), 135
Self-driving cars. See Autonomous vehicles
Shkabatur, Jennifer, 43
computational vision of the city, 153
Silicon Valley, 154
general description of, 3
Greenfield on, 6
Masdar City (United Arab Emirates), 154
public-private partnerships, 100–101 (see also LinkNYC)
Songdo (South Korea), 154
Smart Enough Cities, 10–12, 34, 37, 86, 107, 112, 114, 137. See also Chicago;
Johnson County (KS); New York City; San Francisco; Seattle
principles of, 158–162
Smart policing. See Policing
Social Apps Lab, 59
Songdo (South Korea), 154
Spam email, 66–68
Speck, Jeff, 28
Stanford Crowdsourced Democracy Team, 59
Stanford University, 59
body cameras, 98–99
corporate, 2 (see also LinkNYC; Sidewalk Labs)
social media, 112
Xinjiang (China), 158
Sweeney, Latanya, 94
Tauberer, Joshua, 51
Tech goggles. See Technology goggles
Technocrats. See Technologists
privacy and innovation, 112
Tocqueville, Alexis de, 41
induced demand, 22–23
MAC addresses, 111
Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT), 111
urban patterns, 22–23
Turner, Matthew, 23
U.K. Commission for Racial Equality, 69
United Way, 136
University of California, Berkeley, 59
University of Pennsylvania, 83
U.S. Department of Homeland Security, 109
U.S. Department of Justice, 79
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), 98
Vacca, James, 106–107. See also New York City
Vaithianathan, Rhema, 49–50
Verba, Sidney, 45
Vitale, Alex, 86
Wall Street Journal, 158
Webber, Melvin, 4–5
Weiss, Mitch, 51
Weld, William, 94
“White Collar Crime Early Warning System,” 72
Xinjiang (China), 158
Zimmer, John, 27
Zuckerberg, Mark, 40