As the city is becoming an ever more complex assemblage of human and artificial non-human entities [1], questions of relationships, rights and democratic values at large are becoming prominent [2]. In particular, the growing presence of artificial entities (such as delivery robots, partially automated vehicles, surveillance cameras, smart assistants) we share our cities with andContinue reading “Introduction”


The workshop will combine presentations from researchers and an interactive session that will engage the audience. The researchers will be invited to introduce different perspectives such as multisensory interactions, predictive relations, ecological and legal implications. The interactive session will focus on playing out the interplay between human and artificial non-human citizens in a city scenario.Continue reading “Workshop”


Target audience We welcome designers, researchers, and practitioners from different areas of expertise, including but not limited to architects, urban designers, product designers, digital designers, policymakers, philosophers, engineers, and artists. The workshop is accessible for 20-30 participants. We will use our channels in universities and partner organizations (like ThingsCon, Speculative Futures Amsterdam, Design4AIgency, Tech Solidarity)Continue reading “Participate”