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Smart AI-based cameras to transform traffic management by 2025

Smart AI-based cameras to transform traffic management by 2025

ABI Research reports that such cameras will enable an increasing number of low latency mission-critical machine vision applications like pedestrian detection and alerting, and real-time surveillance.

WEBINAR: The rise of autonomous mobility and its role in the new normal era

WEBINAR: The rise of autonomous mobility and its role in the new normal era

This webinar explores Autonomous Mobility in the smart city and demonstrates how it can help cities amid the new normal.

Toronto approves plan to create more resilient and safer transport system

Toronto approves plan to create more resilient and safer transport system

Plan proposes five key measures including smart traffic signals and intelligent intersections to make the city’s transportation system more resilient in response to the effects of Covid-19.

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.

Tech partnership aims to promote better understanding of building use

Tech partnership aims to promote better understanding of building use

Buro Happold and Microsoft’s global property management technology aims to provide office owners and operators with a “single source of truth” about what is happening in their properties in real-time.