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Dubai utility adopts Smart Dubai ethical AI toolkit
18 Nov 2020
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.
$9m “people-centric” smart city research project for Singapore
16 Sep 2020
The National University of Singapore and ST Engineering are collaborating on the multi-year digital technologies programme to address evolving urban challenges.
Resource recommends a common data-sharing approach for smart cities
26 Aug 2020
ATIS and US Ignite are publishing the Smart Cities Data Catalogue Specification, which aims to extend the value of data beyond governmental boundaries.
Houston expands digital alliance with Microsoft
25 Aug 2020
The partnership aims to help the city innovate in areas such as big data and AI to create new economic opportunity, close equity and skills gaps, and prepare a workforce for the 21st century.
AI-based lifeguard system aims to bring smart city tech to the beach
04 Aug 2020
The core system is based on deep-learning computer-vision technology and transmits real-time information to monitors in the lifeguard tower, sounding an alarm when swimmers are in danger.
Icelandic airport deploys AI-powered passenger forecasting solution
07 Jul 2020
Keflavík Airport has become the first to adopt Veovo’s passenger management solution, designed to prevent airport crowding, improve capacity-planning and boost efficiency.
Return to work health and safety solution from the edge
17 Jun 2020
Enterprise-wide solution that automates monitoring through video and other sensors is designed to improve workplace safety and help mitigate the spread of contagious illnesses.
Companies join forces to develop autonomous trams in China
22 Apr 2020
Fitsco and Cognitive Pilot have signed a contract to develop an artificial intelligence-based computer vision system, which aims to increase the safety and efficiency of public transport.
AI fever detection cameras for crowds launched
06 Apr 2020
The system from Kogniz Health continuously scans crowds and identifies anyone with a temperature as they enter facilities to locate and isolate risk.
University of artificial intelligence announced for Abu Dhabi
17 Oct 2019
The university plans to introduce a new model of academia and research to the field of AI in the key areas of machine learning, computer vision and natural language processing.
Russia to launch first autonomous tram in Moscow
13 Feb 2019
The joint venture between PC Transport Systems and Cognitive Technologies will see a fully autonomous tram developed for home and overseas markets by 2021-2022
Study highlights top tech for communicating with citizens
06 Dec 2018
Study focused on contact centres in 20 cities across the globe including Hong Kong, San Francisco, Toronto, Barcelona, London, New York and Moscow
25 Feb 2021
How consumer tech is making Stockholm run more smoothly
Smartphones are proving to be an unusual but effective tool in improving the quality of roads in Sweden.
Financing city digitisation in a post-pandemic world
How can public services break silos to get smarter?
Think tank: City life on Mars? Creating human centred communities in space and beyond
White Paper: Edge computing and AI - the foundations of the best in class smart city
Insight Report: Distributed Acoustic Sensors and the Smart Cities of the Future
Research Report: How smart is your office?
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