Abstract - Different nations strive to embrace new technologies in their towns or create towns utilizing technology. The new cities dubbed smart cities have unique features such as smart governance, smart economies, smart people, and digitized technology. Helsinki qualified for the case study due to the special features embraced by the city, such as a smart mobility program, digital inclusion, government-sponsored internet, investment in research and innovation, and a smart environmental climate. The city has faced risks similar to other smart cities worldwide, such as denial of distributed services and climate change alongside associated adverse factors such as floods. However, smart cities have embraced new technologies to manage risks, such as distributed data management, reduced heat emission, blue technology on slippery floors, and reduced carbon emission policies.
Keywords: Smart technology, Smart City, Climate change, Artificial technology, Digitalized market
| DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2022.111102