Using artificial intelligence to design future cities
Bruno Lepri's talk at the seventh edition of TEDxTrento: "FOCUS 2039"
In 2050, almost 70% of the world population will live in urban areas and this will lead to an increase in both pros and cons.
So what cities will be expecting us in 2039? How can the new artificial intelligence techniques be used to design safe, functional, creative, liveable, and happy cities?
Bruno Lepri leads the MobS Lab at FBK, is Chief AI Scientist of Manpower Group and a senior researcher affiliated with Data-Pop Alliance, a think tank on big data and sustainable development created by MIT Media Lab and Harvard Humanitarian Initiative. In 2010, he won a Marie Curie scholarship that allowed him to spend three years as a post-doc at MIT Media Lab. He earned a doctorate in computer science from the University of Trento. He has recently founded Profilio, a startup active in the field of computational personality analysis applied to marketing and human resources. His research interests include computational social sciences, machine learning, urban computing and new models for personal data monetization.