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WISC student Konstantin organised a conference track on “AI & Cities” for the Applied Machine Learning Days, which took place at EPFL Lausanne at the end of January.  The track kicked off with a panel discussion on sustainable AI implementations in the urban space, featuring Alex “Sandy” Pentland (MIT Media Lab), Stephen Goldsmith (Harvard Kennedy School) and Valentine Goddard (AI Impact Alliance).  The discussion was followed by a series of spotlight talks from researchers and experts working on urban AI applications.  The highlighted case-studies came a diverse group of organisations, including EPFL Lausanne, ETH Zurich, Google DeepMind and Swisscom.

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  Mayor of London and Alan Turing Institute researchers work to improve air quality monitoring in London.     More information can be found below: Alan Turing Institu…

WISC PhD student, Henry Crosby has raised in excess of £2,000 for a Marie Curie Hospice by cycling the 300 mile cycle ride from Solihull to Dublin with a group of 25 othe…

Data Science students from Centre for Urban Science and Progress New York, Kings College London and University of Warwick work with Westminster City council on night time…

Predicting floods with Flickr tags

Posted on March 7, 2017

  A new study, conducted by WISC PhD student Nataliya Tkachenko, demonstrates novelapplication of the user-generated content (UGC) for natural hazard monitoring and even…

Science of Cities Seminar- Stephanie Bricker

Posted on February 21, 2017

<< back to News and EventsWe'd like to thank Stephanie Bricker of the British Geological Society for her talk last week on urban geology and sustainability. We had …

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