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MK:U Event - Milton Keynes: A Smart City - Shared screen with speaker view
Kamila Falkowska
10:07
Please post your questions in the chat! We’ll answer them in the Q&A portion of this session.
Lynette Ryals
22:51
How do we handle privacy? How do we keep people's data safe and secure, in our smart city?
Nic Crotch
24:42
Sorry folks for being late - caught up in a call
Lynette Ryals
25:22
Do post questions here for our speakers
Lynette Ryals
27:01
What are the sustainability implications of these plans? Will these just generate additional journeys?
Paula M
28:19
What are the safety considerations in the CAVs i.e. if someone has an emergency in one of the vehicles, how will the alert be raised and how will help be sent?
Ian Hakon
33:16
how big a problem is mixing autonomous robots/vehicels with the good old human variability and practices
Jason Abbott
33:28
What advice would you give anyone thinking of doing an apprenticeship today
Lynette Ryals
36:46
What are the key principles to make AI more inclusive?
Lynette Ryals
43:51
What are the key skills people need, to get into AI?
Kamila Falkowska
44:02
How about Smart & Green Buildings? Are they coming to MK?
Lynette Ryals
44:41
Would be good to hear how Hotel LaTour is using AI to improve its green footprint
Kamila Falkowska
45:42
How can Artificial Intelligence help make our cities more competitive?
Richard Foster-Fletcher
51:54
Winvic Construction has been working on an AI-based project which is expected to slash the number of safety hazards found on the construction site, whilst taking action upon ones that are present on site.The company is making use of smart cameras and powerful software which combine to create real-time images which allow workers and site managers to be altered of any detected dangers in the surrounding area. Global positioning system (GPS) devices are used in order to track the location of hazards and workers.Some hazards the on site cameras are able to detect include moving heavy machinery, hazards surrounding working at height, in addition to the detection of personal protective equipment (PPE).
Richard Foster-Fletcher
52:31
Great question Lynette about green commitment from Winvic.
Ian Hakon
01:06:22
Hydrogen is coming too
Richard Foster-Fletcher
01:07:26
You can power your home for 5 days using the energy from your Nissan Leaf
Ivor
01:08:36
Big thanks to the speakers! great talks, lots to think about!
Jason Abbott
01:08:52
thanks everyone!
Tambu Mangezi
01:09:01
thank you
Richard Foster-Fletcher
01:09:04
Thank you for the opportunity
Paula M
01:09:06
Thanks very much!!
Ian Hakon
01:09:06
thaks really interesting