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Opportunities for greater use of AI in smart cities

On Mar 20, 2020
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The advent of 4G & 5G IoT-based connectivity is spurring the online migration of smart city applications, helping generate a more than sevenfold increase in smart city artificial intelligence (AI) software revenue by 2025. https://t.co/KG9wwqay5H #smartcities #iOT #AI #software
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The advent of 4G and 5G internet of things (IoT)-based connectivity is spurring the online migration of smart city applications,

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On Mar 20, 2020
@IEEESmartCities shared
The advent of 4G & 5G IoT-based connectivity is spurring the online migration of smart city applications, helping generate a more than sevenfold increase in smart city artificial intelligence (AI) software revenue by 2025. https://t.co/KG9wwqay5H #smartcities #iOT #AI #software
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Opportunities for greater use of AI in smart cities

The advent of 4G and 5G internet of things (IoT)-based connectivity is spurring the online migration of smart city applications,

Smart CCTV Networks Are Driving an AI-Powered Apartheid in South Africa

In one of the world’s most racially divided countries, a company called Vumacam is building a nationwide surveillance network that scrutinizes peoples' movements for “unusual behavior.”

Surveillance Madness: the Future of China?

In September 2018, China Central Television (CCTV) broadcasted the fifth episode of the "Glorious China" series of documentaries, mentioning that China has built the world's largest video ...

Chinese facial recognition tech installed in nations vulnerable to abuse

Some Serbians fear 1,000 Huawei cameras installed in Belgrade could help their government curtail freedoms, leading to a 'big brother society'

Harnessing the power of video to create smart cities

Technologies like AI and machine learning may one day make cities smarter, but in the mean time municipalities should focus on proven, mature tech solutions, such as video surveillance ...

When 5G and video surveillance met in a smart city

Video surveillance cameras will be the largest market for 5G Internet of Things (IoT) solutions worldwide over the next three years according to Gartner, Inc. and will represent 70% of the ...

How the Utilization of IoT is Benefitting the Airport Security

The digital networking of camera systems presents the prospects of improving the ways, where resources are used to design procedures efficiently and also...

Australian Government seeks video surveillance suppliers for 5,500-camera network

Including suppliers of video analytics, facial detection, wireless and cybersecurity technology.

The rise of AI and biometrics in surveillance technology

Artificial intelligence is rapidly being adopted around the world to monitor and track people. Who is using this technology and what does it mean for our lives?

The Rise of Smart Camera Networks, and Why We Should Ban Them

Police are using cameras at private businesses and homes, along with artificial intelligence, to vastly expand their video surveillance, raising privacy concerns.

Chinese snooping tech spreads to countries vulnerable to abuse

Cameras equipped with facial recognition technology and created by Chinese telecommunications company Huawei are being rolled out across hundreds of cities around the world. They include ...

A Guide to Video Analytics: Applications and Opportunities

Recent improvements in intelligent video analytics have been a game-changer, offering a range of applications that help companies automate their processes and gain valuable insights for ...

Huawei surveillance: Chinese snooping tech seen spreading to nations vulnerable to abuse, keeping tabs on trouble-makers

When hundreds of video cameras with the power to identify and track individuals started appearing in the streets of Belgrade as part of a major surveillanc

Big Brother Nation: The Case for Ubiquitous, Open-Sourced Surveillance in Smart Cities

We should use technology to address the problem with modern surveillance: a power imbalance between those who control the cameras and those who don’t.

Chinese snooping tech spreads to nations vulnerable to abuse

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — When hundreds of video cameras with the power to identify and track individuals started appearing in the streets of Belgrade as part of a major surveillance project, ...