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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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Our next Science of Cities seminar will take place on Thursday 2nd February at 4pm in room S0.18 (Social Sciences). Our guest speaker will be Jeremy Morley, who will disc…

Science of Cities Seminar Now Available

Posted on January 13, 2017

Thank you to everyone who attended the first WISC seminar this year, on 12th January. The talk by Pete Masters from MSF was very well attended, followed by a successful …

Science of Cities Seminar Series Launch

Posted on January 4, 2017

Launch Event- Mapathon 12th January 2017   The Warwick Institute for the Science of Cities together with the Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies and the Global R…

WISC authors Nataliya Tkachenko, Rob Procter and Stephen Jarvis predict the impact of urban flooding using open data. Published in the Royal Society Open Science journal,…

WISC authors Chanuki Seresinhe, Tobias Preis and Suzy Moat explore, in their recent Royal Society Open Science article, whether there is an association between art and ch…

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