|Presentation Topic : Smart city ushered in by AI and big data|
Smart city ushered in by AI and big data
There are a variety of urban problems that we now confront in cities, relatively small spaces crammed with millions of people. They range from basic infrastructure concerns such as water supply, drainage, and electricity, to constant traffic jams, dense populations vulnerable to infectious diseases, medical services supposed to be available to many, and various types of crimes. Fortunately, with the Internet of Things, we can collect data on servers related to water and power usage, mobility, provision of medical services, and crime. By understanding and analyzing this data through artificial intelligence, we can solve or, at least, alleviate diverse problems.
This presentation reviews what opportunities are available for us and what actions are required in political, administrative, technological, and civic aspects in order to realize these opportunities.
- Professor, Department of Industrial Engineering, Seoul National University
- Director, SNU Data Mining Center
- Chair, the 4th Open Data Strategy Council
- Chair, the 3rd Open Data Strategy Council
- Big Data Chair, Government 3.0 Committee
- President, Korea BI Data Mining Society
- PhD, U of Maryland, Computer Science
- MS, U of Washington, Computer Science
- MS, Seoul National U, Industrial Engineering
- BS, Seoul National U, Industrial Engineering