Track / Overview
Building on the success of the previous “AI & Cities” editions at AMLD 2019 and AMLD 2020, we want to continue the conversation on challenges and opportunities of the AI revolution on cities around the globe. “AI & Cities” has always been a discussion platform for both urban theorists and practitioners - and we seek to continue this tradition, intersecting views from academics, the public sector and industry.
The year 2020 has brought a global reckoning for cities, with the Coronavirus pandemic not only testing urban resilience and response mechanisms, but also disrupting social dynamics and urban infrastructure; the major “pull-effects” accelerating urbanization throughout the last decades. Challenges such as climate change further amplify the need for AI-derived tools to inform urban planning and empower city agencies.
So how can AI & ML technology help us to adapt to and mitigate the effects of these global events? And how will challenges differ across geographic, economic and cultural spaces? “AI & Cities” 2021 will tackle these and many more pressing questions, featuring a range of talks and panels with leaders in academia, industry and the public sector. As in previous years, we also want to feature young blood and ideas, such as early-career researchers and startups.
AI & Physics
Alexey Melnikov, Giuseppe Carleo, Balaji Lakshminarayanan, Marylou Gabrié, Agnes Valenti, Bruno Loureiro, Gregor Kasieczka, Anna Dawid, Paolo Molignini, Roman Worschech, Diego Tapias, Aishik Ghosh, Frank Schäfer, Andrew Saxe09:00-18:15 September 30Online
AI & Resilience in dynamic environments
Grégoire Caro, Ilya Feige, Lisa R. Goldberg, Jeffrey R. Bohn, Olga Fink09:00-17:00 October 25Online