Smart Cities facing the growth of poverty


  • Alejandro Fuentes-Penna El Colegio de Morelos
  • Raúl Gómez Cárdenas El Colegio de Morelos
  • Oscar D. Hernández González El Colegio de Morelos
  • Juan de d. González Ibarra El Colegio de Morelos
  • Eliezer Cuesta Gómez El Colegio de Morelos
  • Wendy L. Morales Prado El Colegio de Morelos
  • Marco Antonio Vera Jiménez Universidad Politécnica de Pachuca



Smart cities, poverty, social implications, Information and Communication Technologies


An intelligent city or Smart City is an interconnected expression that applies new technologies to create solutions that allow the intelligent development of the country's strategic areas towards a better quality of life. Smart cities have applied different ways to maintain the quality of life of citizens, being the case, for example, of the health crisis caused by the pandemic of COVID-19, which has shown that it is required to accelerate the development of cities around the world, so this type of cities present an urban model, based on health care, the generation of green spaces, ecotechnology, integrated mobility, intelligent generation of employment, clean energy, among others, allowing transparency in the processes that move away from acts of corruption in governmental bases.




How to Cite

Fuentes-Penna, A., Gómez Cárdenas, R., Hernández González, O. D., González Ibarra, J. de d., Cuesta Gómez, E., Morales Prado, W. L., & Vera Jiménez, M. A. (2023). Smart Cities facing the growth of poverty. International Journal of Combinatorial Optimization Problems and Informatics, 14(3), 1–2.




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