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Rosstat plans to launch an analytical platform “Population” with free access for business
The Ministry of Digital Development has compiled a rating of applications for pre-installation on gadgets
Sberbank to become the creator and operator of Gostech platform, a unified ecosystem of public services for citizens and business
During almost thirty years of the existence of “Smart City” term, a final unambiguous interpretation of it has not been provided yet. Nevertheless, this does not prevent analysts from forecasting the growth of this area on an annual basis.
Artificial intelligence is one of the most hyped technologies among the authors of smart city strategies. The frequency of AI references among the key smart city technologies is gradually increasing: 7 out of 9 mentions of AI in strategies refer to the documents released in 2017 and later. The COVID-19 pandemic has also become a significant driver for revising the Smart City concept In 2020. We can already see how cities are updating the global agenda taking into account this experience.
ICT.Moscow tried to figure out how a smart city is defined today and what place is given to technology in this concept by discussing these issues with experts from Singapore, Vienna, Helsinki, Taipei, Sydney, Moscow and other cities.
Mr Tan Chee Hau
Director of Planning and Prioritisation at the Smart Nation and Digital Government Office (SNDGO) (Singapore)
Senior Expert of Smart City Agency (Vienna)
Director Smart Cities Research Institute (Australia)
ICT.Moscow has collected the most notable topics for November about artificial intelligence in one digest: successes of medical AI, the race between the United States and China, the hype around autonomous vehicles and other topics of the month.
a showcase of some smart city solutions
Information portal to control urban improvements
Electronic citizen poll system
Robotic voice notification service for citizens