Open artificial intelligence: putting vision into practice

Sir Alan Wilson, Director, Special Projects, The Alan Turing Institute, and Dr. William Chernicoff, Senior Manager of Global Research and Innovation, Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF), explain how a collaborative project by the Turing and TMF is using AI to model future traffic scenarios and assess potential implications.

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It’s one of the greatest challenges of our time: how do we move more people, more freely, in a constrained world, with decreasing environmental impact?

A new collaboration between The Alan Turing Institute and the Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF), two organisations whose missions include serving the public good, tackles this very issue. This, however, is not a problem that should simply be turned over to the private sector to solve; governments are also responsible for enabling and managing the movement of people and goods across multiple modes equitably and through sustained competitive improvement.

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