According to foreign media reports, the success of entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley and not just stop at the specific business, they also want to create an ideal smart city. Can this utopian vision come true?
San Francisco Bay Area seems to be a science and technology venture of the Holy Land. There are optimism, innovative thinking and enormous wealth here, but this is not a utopian reality.
High local housing prices have overwhelmed teachers and chefs, leaving many people homeless. The problem of income imbalance here is the most prominent in the United States. Transport and logistics are also a mess. Local governments have been in trouble.
Obviously, the situation in the area has not yet improved.
“It should be much better here,” Ben Huh said, moving to San Francisco in 2016 after running the Cheezburger blog in Seattle. “There is so much wealth and so many opportunities.”
In the Bay Area, the vast gap between reality and ideology has led many inventors and engineers to become infatuated with the idea that cities can be built by people who develop physical circuits and social networks. A brand new place to start from scratch to design, break all imprisonment, liberated from the riddled existing policies. Continue reading “Silicon Valley high traffic jam, science and technology can really create a beautiful new city do”