This webinar series aims at highlighting how cities design, use, and implement Urban Artificial Intelligence. For a period of six weeks, every session will host representatives from global cities who will showcase their specific use cases and policies on how they implement urban AI.
CIDOB’s Global Cities Programme and Urban AI co-organise the “Mapping Urban AI” webinar series, with the support of the Cities Coalition for Digital Rights and Barcelona City Council, and within the framework of the Global Observatory of Urban AI. The series aims at highlighting how cities design, use, and implement Urban Artificial Intelligence throughout the globe.
SDG Goal 11 is about making cities sustainable. To achieve this global goal, cities are innovating using new technologies such as AI in different ways. This fourth session on urban AI for sustainability purposes will be moderated by Alexandra Vidal, Researcher and Project Manager at CIDOB, and will feature two researchers from the Barcelona Supercomputing Center - Elli Kartsakli, Established Researcher at the Computer Sciences - Predictable Parallel Computing Department, and Jan Mateu, Recognised Researcher at the Earth Sciences - Air Quality Services ES group Department, who will explain how AI can be used to monitor traffic-related air quality to benefit present and future generations.
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