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AI factory programme launched to produce solutions at speed

AI factory programme launched to produce solutions at speed

Inspired by the concept of a conventional factory, Nexus FrontierTech wants to help organisations kickstart their AI journey and progress from roadmap into proof-of-concepts in three months.

University of Helsinki launches Ethics of AI online course

University of Helsinki launches Ethics of AI online course

Course has been designed in partnership with the cities of Helsinki, Amsterdam and London and aims to help public administration, businesses and the public understand what the ethical use of AI means.

Micro-mobility company launches research fund for use of e-scooters

Micro-mobility company launches research fund for use of e-scooters

Research will focus on the various safety aspects of e-scooter use as well as rider travel behaviour and the challenges and opportunities of the integration of e-scooters within a city.

Dubai utility adopts Smart Dubai ethical AI toolkit

Dubai utility adopts Smart Dubai ethical AI toolkit

The toolkit was launched to set clear guidelines on the ethical use of AI to prevent having a fragmented, incoherent approach to ethics, where every entity sets its own rules.

Greentech companies join forces to build renewable energy certificate ecosystem

Greentech companies join forces to build renewable energy certificate ecosystem

The companies claim that their end-to-end approach reduces the time taken for renewable energy asset owners to acquire Recs, from three months to less than a week.

Munich to use autonomous agents in smart city infrastructure trials

Munich to use autonomous agents in smart city infrastructure trials

Trials kick off on a commercial real-estate development in the city centre where agents will negotiate the price of parking spaces with users able to earn rewards in a digital currency.