Amsterdam for all with artificial intelligence

Paper presentation by researcher: Maarten Sukel

The municipality of Amsterdam has the ambition to offer its citizens as much independent and equal participation as possible. However, people with disabilities face a wide variety of barriers when moving or participating in the city. Advances in artificial intelligence offer opportunities to improve the accessibility of the city.

Recent studies suggest that 25% of all people in cities encounter barriers based on age or disability. With the right partnerships and tools, we can accelerate the development and implementation of new urban technology and G2G solutions at scale. This paper presentation describes several research projects, such as a collaboration with World Enabled.

A Q&A will follow after the paper presentation (starting at 10:30).

Due to technical difficulties the beginning of the presentation hasn't been recorded.

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