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Octopus solution helps cities identify abnormal energy use

Octopus solution helps cities identify abnormal energy use

Using Octopus, cities can effectively detect swings in energy usage and respond to, prevent or address malfunctions, illegal activity or other hazards to the energy grid.

Liberty report examines police's use of algorithms to predict crime

Liberty report examines police's use of algorithms to predict crime

It reveals that at least 14 UK police forces have used or intend to use discriminatory computer programs to predict where crime will be committed and by whom

Decoding future cities

Decoding future cities

A research project by the University of Sydney will capture trending topics which will be used to inform policy-making

Adelaide trials smart city tech

Adelaide trials smart city tech

Pilot aims to help reduce traffic congestion and create the foundations for the deployment of autonomous vehicles

Companies partner to address urban mobility

Companies partner to address urban mobility

Atkins and Moovit are joining force to address an “urgent” need for cities to address their urban mobility

Deep learning from driver behaviour

Deep learning from driver behaviour

Insurance and transportation companies in Japan are working with Accenture to develop an algorithm to analyse driver behaviour to improve safety