Having ageing/age-friendly cities continues to be important, with people living longer and populations ageing. While an ageing/age-friendly city need not depend on automation, this talk discusses a vision of the “Automated City”, and explores how it might help enable an ageing/age-friendly city. Particular personas and examples involving urban robots will be discussed.
Prof Seng Loke is (Full) Professor in Computer Science at Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia. He currently directs the Centre for Software, Systems & Society (CS3) at Deakin’s School of Information Technology, and co-leads the Platforms and Applications Lab, also in the School. His interests include smart things, smarter cities and the Internet-of-Things, and technology ethics. He is lead author for `The Automated City: Internet of Things and Ubiquitous Artificial Intelligence’ published by Springer (2021).
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