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  • Grande FestaMay 13, 2016Rio de Janeiro


  • Friday - Grande Festa

    Time Topic / Activity

    10:00 11:00 Recap & intervention techniques

    11:00 13:00 Preparing public intervention

    13:00 14:00 Lunch break

    14:00 16:00 Public intervention

    16:00 17:00 Final presentations

  • Resilient Cities Seminar Arjen Uijterlinde, Dutch Consul-General inRio de Janeiro, Brasil Han Peters, Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to Brazil Claudia Gintersdorfer, Deputy Head of the European Union Delegation in Brasilia. Pedro Junqueira, CEO, Center of Operations Rio de Janeiro Frank Kresin, Research Director, Waag Society Tina Billeter Weymann, Sustainability Consultant Catarina Selada, Head of Cities Department, INTELI Innovation Centre Luciana Nery, Deputy Chief Resilience Officer,Center of Operations Rio de Janeiro Marco Contardi, Strategic Advisor, FGV Projetos Ricardo Ruiz, Project Coordinator, InCitiResearch and Innovation for Cities &

    Federal University of Pernambuco Clarisse Linke, Country Director, Institute for Transportation and Development

    Policy Brasil Mark van der Net, Founder, OSCity Pieter van Boheemen, Programme Manager, Waag Society Gabriela Augustini, Founder and Director, Olabi Makerspace Chloe Dickson, Co-Founder, BeMap Ronaldo Lemos, Founder and Director, ITS Rio Fabio Palma, Director, Istituto Europeo di Design Washington Fajardo, President, Rio World Heritage Institute and Mayors Special

    Advisor for Urban Issues Luisa Santiago, Managing Director, Ellen MacArthur Foundation

  • Smart Citizen Exhibition

  • Memory Structuring Sharing Improving the process Reproducibility Engaging Pride / fun

    Why document?

  • For Smart Citizens sharing is a strategy

  • Mediated Morality

    People Technology World

  • Ethical frameworks


    Utilitarianism (means-end argument)

    Normative ethics

    Kantian theory (universal law)

    Virtue ethics

  • Classical Ethics: Ethical Matrix

    Columns: relevant principles f.e. autonomy, justice, etc

    Rows: relevant stakeholders (max 4) f.e. parents, neighbours, policy makers, etc


    (human + non-human)

    Consequentialistic principles

    (arguments that concern the outcomes of an act)

    Deontological principles

    (arguments that concern the act itself)

  • Example: Food Industry

    Wellbeing Autonomy Justice

    People in the industry

    Income & working


    Freedom of action Fair trade

    Citizens Food safety & qualityInformed choices

    Availability & Affordability

    Farm Animals Animal welfare Behavioural freedom Intrinsic value

    The environment Conservation Biodiversity Sustainability

  • The Triangle

    Acknowledging our duty to follow (principle(s) X) and our estimation of (the facts Y) it follows that .. is (not) morally allowed.

    Based on: Daniels, Norman, "Reflective Equilibrium", The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Winter 2013 Edition), Edward N. Zalta (ed.) URL:

  • Examplesof artistic interventions

  • AirVisual

  • Physikit

  • BrokenCityLab: air quality

  • Free Tattoo

  • Thought provoking t-shirts

  • Text in the public space

  • More texts

  • Declaration

  • Air purifying plants

  • Pull me out

  • Follow me garbage

  • Street graffiti

  • Projection

  • Story telling

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