This year's Mobile World Congress is around the corner and we will be there to tell you how artificial intelligence is helping public and private institutions worldwide to improve society and create more resilient cities. From February 26th to
How AI technology helps track citizens’ needs and improve cities’ disaster relief. The number of natural disasters experienced worldwide keeps rising each year, according to The Economist. We’ve improved our emergency response: far less people die from natural disasters than in the past.
Events in Catalonia, including the 1-Oct referendum, divided opinions. We used machine learning to compare Twitter responses in Barcelona and Madrid – and showed key differences and what unites both cities. Politics worldwide in the year 2017 showed that we
A game changer in empowering smart cities Over half of the world’s population lives in urban areas, according to the UN. This number is growing: by 2050, at least two thirds of us will live in cities. Urban population growth brings
We live in exciting times. New technologies open up new possibilities for work, communication, and culture. However, they can also disconnect us from the networks of real people around us: our cities, communities, co-workers and neighbors. A movement is growing