Are we where we live? Until now it was believed that the determining factor of economic segregation in cities was the place of residence. A study of MIT Media Lab led by Spanish Esteban Moro it denies it: the distribution of different profiles is conditioned by 50% by our daily actions. That is to say, that a large part of the segregation is embedded in our behavior. "It's good news because it means that it can be changed," says Moro.