Smart Cities and digital transformation are expected to generate approximately 1.5 trillion dollars by 2020. The digital revolution will allow the Smart City to be at the heart of a new digital ecosystem of innovation and entrepreneurship, expanding and transforming the information of citizens and organizations.
The degree of digitalization of the economy and society and the use of digital technologies are influencing the levels of well-being and development, as well as productivity and innovation, and is having important effects in terms of growth, income and employment. The digital revolution is transforming society. The pace of change is accelerating, the technological cycles are shortening and the traditional boundaries and borders are disappearing. Under this scenario we can raise key questions like…How this quick and profound transformation in our cities is going to affect our live? Is this powerful transformation going to create digitally illiterate people?