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Every day thousands of people connect and share content through communities built with Crowded. We help organisations and brand create an online community for their customers, fans or partners.

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Robert van Hoesel, Co-founder at Crowded, posted

Crowdsourced Neighbourhoods and prejudices

According to 970 people (and 600,000 drawings) Amsterdam consists of 14% hipsters, 14% rich people, 29% 'normies' and 14% tourists.

Hoodmaps in an interesting social experiment to mapping different places of a city.

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Robert van Hoesel, Co-founder at Crowded, posted

Congrats with the new website!

Team Amsterdam Smart City: congratulations and good luck with the new community website! It has been a pleasure working with you guys in the past months and we're looking forward to making this community a great success!

Team Crowded

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Robert van Hoesel, Co-founder at Crowded, posted

Great overview of how different cities around the world are 'smart'.

Also an interesting take on how to develop smart cities, using design as the main driver: Ultimately, though, it's not enough for a city just to have "smart" technologies. "We need to use cognitive designing as well -- citizens should be involved in design of their cities," Schmitt says. "Technology will just extend and support human sensors." 2016, then, will not just be the year of smart, but of transhuman cities.

Also an interesting take on how to develop smart cities, using design as the main driver:

Ultimately, though, it's not enough for a city just to have "smart" technologies. "We need to use cognitive designing as well -- citizens should be involved in design of their cities," Schmitt says. "Technology will just extend and support human sensors." 2016, then, will not just be the year of smart, but of transhuman cities. #smart

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