Amsterdam for all with artificial intelligence

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The City of Amsterdam has the ambition to offer its citizens independent and equal participation as much as possible. However, people with disabilities encounter a high variety of barriers when moving around or participating in the city. We believe recent advancements in artificial intelligence can be crucial in finding and solving these bottlenecks. To guarantee a meaningful, useful and usable application of AI, we have partnered with World Enabled, who will guide us through the process. "Recent studies suggest that 25% of all people encounter barriers in cities based on age or disability. With the right partnerships and tools we can accelerate the development and deployment of new urban tech and G2G solutions at scale. We look forward to embarking on this journey and leveraging the combined technical capabilities of Intelligent Amsterdam and World Enabled. - Dr. Victor Pineda, President of World Enabled The advancements in the field of Artificial Intelligence potentially open up a whole range of new possibilities in tackling this topic, allowing for new ways to measure accessibility with a generic and scalable approach. In the next few years, we will be using the powers of Artificial Intelligence to help cities become more accessible, during this presentation we will describe what we are working on and showcase some of the research projects we have been working on
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RTC-25

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