Data Empowering Planners: Linking Research and Practices in Hong Kong

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Abstract Summary
Emerging smart technologies provide new opportunities for planners to tackle urban issues of growing complexity. Examples are drawn from Hong Kong, in which academic researchers work side-by-side with practitioners to improve community environment and the quality of lives. People-centric values, combined with the power of data are the keys.
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ISO700
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Assistant Professor
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The University of Hong Kong

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