Ron Henderson presents The Driverless City Project in Beijing

Ron Henderson presents The Driverless City Project in Beijing

The Driverless City Project, was presented by Professor Ron Henderson, Director of the MLA+U Program, at the 2017 joint meeting of the Council of Educators of Landscape Architects (CELA) and the Chinese Landscape Architecture Education Conference (CLAEC) in Beijing.
Professor Henderson also co-presented a paper, The Natural History of Beijing, with Assistant Professor Wu Hong from The Pennsylvania State University.
The Driverless City, a project based at the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) in Chicago with initial funding by the Nayar Prize, […]

Driverless City to be exhibited in How Will We Work? – Vienna Biennale 2017

Driverless City to be exhibited in How Will We Work? – Vienna Biennale 2017

Our working environment is changing. Innovations in technology, such as rapidly advancing digitalization and the tremendous developments in robotics and artificial intelligence are exerting enormous influence over our everyday working lives. Some studies even suggest that up to 50 percent of the currently existing jobs will break away in the next 20 years. We have to rethink work-in its economic, social, and philosophical dimensions. The exhibition How Will We Work? will address, in both analytical and speculative ways, future forms and functions […]