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Towards greener and sustainable cities – an event from the Alan Turing Institute

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19 August 2022



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Earlier this summer, the Alan Turing Institute hosted a hybrid event on developing greener and more environmentally friendly cities using urban data analytics. All of the talks are now available to watch on YouTube.

The research presented by the speakers showcased a variety of methodologies. Below, we highlight the two talks where machine learning methods were used.

Using deep learning to identify (urban) form and function in open data satellite imagery
Martin Fleischmann, University of Liverpool


Understanding building energy efficiency with administrative and emerging urban big data by deep learning in Glasgow
Maoran Sun, Massachusetts Institute of Technology




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