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Ways AI & IoT can Ensure Citizen Security in Smartcities
Smart cities are safer and more secure than their traditional equivalents. The former applies various technology methods to mitigate security concerns while respecting citizens' right to privacy.
Fremont, CA: The phrase "smart city" has recently gained popularity. It refers to the urbanization or growth of a community that uses the newest technical advancements. Unsurprisingly, many traditional towns have already become smarter by offering linked solutions and digitized public services to people and visitors alike.
However, many elements can involve the effectiveness of a smart city, such as resources, infrastructure, degree of development, inventive talents of developers, inhabitants' expectations and readiness to adapt, and so on. It's important to note that these characteristics may change from city to city and country to country. As a result, various people may have diverse definitions of a smart city.
The technological area constantly evolves, and smart cities will become smarter as breakthroughs and technologies emerge. After all, skilled and imaginative developers make ground-breaking technological advances every other day. IoT & AI is the most recent technologies playing an important role in making cities smarter.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a technology that creates machines that can think like people and copy their activities. In layman's terms, AI is any computer that has attributes or characteristics similar to the human mind, such as problem-solving abilities, voice recognition, planning, learning, and so on.
Smart cities are safer and more secure than their traditional equivalents. The former applies various technology methods to mitigate security concerns while respecting citizens' right to privacy. For example, the development of GPS tracking systems and other speedier information exchange apps made it easier to navigate a metropolis.
The capacity to overcome security risks through data-driven insights is a smart city's unique selling point. Because of its complexity and diversity, it would be challenging to maintain a better level of security in a conventional metropolis. Furthermore, as previously said, traditional security solutions are unlikely to address the cacophony of residents, enterprises, and valuables.