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worked with everyone else« (Wilson 2001: 41). Anders sei die Entstehung eines Biotech-Clusters in San Die- go nicht zu erklären. Da diese Innovationskultur buchstäblich aus dem Nichts entstanden sei, könne dafür nur eine ›soziale‹ Infrastruktur in Anschlag gebracht werden. »This issue, of moving essentially from ›nothing‹ to the generation of a decentralized social infrastructure capable of diffusing innovation and facilitating career management, has been largely ignored in studies of high-technology clus- ters« (Casper 2007: 442). Was viele Kolleginnen und

shift from ‘made in Cluj’ to ‘invented in Cluj’” (CĂTĂLIN 2019). On the site dedicated to the project, this investment is described as a planned high technology business area to be built in and around Cluj [...]. The site aims to be a highly modern complex created to encourage companies that are part of the recently established Cluj IT Innovation Cluster and also other science and technology companies from Romania and abroad to establish their base of opera- tions and research here. (CIC 2020) SMART CITY CLUJ 147 This is not out of the blue, however. Cluj

inert objects, Cognit ion On Tap 95 much as electricity did more than a century ago. Everything that we formerly electrified we will now cognitize.” Soon, it is argued, AI will be a presupposition for production happening at all. Analysts from Goldman Sachs “expect AI to act as a necessary stay-in-the-game cost to incumbents and also open the door to capital and labor-light new entrants” (Scott-Gall and Manohar 2015: 1). A 2017 study by Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) interviewed executives from firms in diverse fields including industrial manufac- turing, high

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in a Small State«, in: Regional Studies. Allen, John/Cochrane, Allan (2007): »Beyond the Territorial Fix: Regional Assem- blages, Politics and Power«, in: Regional Studies 41/9, S. 1161-1175. Allmendinger, Phil/Haughton, Graham (2009): »Soft Spaces, Fuzzy Boundaries, and Metagovernance: the New Spatial Planning in the ›Thames Gateway‹«, in: Environment and Planning A 41/3, S. 617-633. Anderson, Ben/McFarlane, Colin (2011): »Assemblage and geography«, in: Area 43/2, S. 124-127. Castells, Manuel (1985): »High Technology, Urban Restructuring and the Ur- ban

with high technology, will certainly yield distinguished results - even alongside those ofthe industrialised West« (Seiff 1998: 61 ). Riyad Seiff, damals noch Unternehmer, Parlamentsabgeordneter und auf freiem Fuß, hat diese Position auf einer Tagung in Deutschland vertreten. Interpretiert man die Aussage Seiffs auf der Folie des Orientalismus, so muss man ihn als Opfer des hegemonialen orientalistischen Diskurses bedauern, da er diesen - »orientalizing the Oriental« (Said 1995 [1979]: 49)- auf sich selbst anwendet. Berücksichtigt man, dass Riyad Seiff bei der