On 27 September 2021, Julie Pellegrin and Louis Colnot presented the study on Artificial Intelligence and Urban Development during the European Parliament's Committee on Regional Development meeting.
The study explores the state of available knowledge regarding the role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) within urban development, its potential advantages and risks, and the foreseeable implications for socio-economic and territorial cohesion.
The research highlighted that AI in an urban context can provide numerous solutions, from improved urban management to the release of new or improved services for citizens and the creation of new economic opportunities.
Along with the full study, translations of the executive summary are available online in French, German, Italian, and Spanish.
AT A GLANCE - Artificial Intelligence and Urban Development