The Oliver Wyman Forum is trying to solve some of the world’s biggest challenges by conducting in-depth research and encouraging a dialogue. Today people are now talking about our Global Cities AI Disruption Index after we launched the report on September 26th.
U.S. News & World Report
Cities Around the World Are Not Ready for AI
Singapore is the most ready, but no city globally is completely prepared for the potential disruption that could accompany artificial intelligence.
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Artificial intelligence is being used on everything from facial recognition to autonomous vehicles, but cities aren’t ready for the job loss and upheaval this technology is expected to generate.
The Straits Times
Singapore’s strong planning helped earn it the top rating in a global city ranking of how well cities are prepared for the disruption of artificial intelligence.
At a time when Paris, Amsterdam, and Frankfurt are competing for financial firms leaving England because of Brexit, large cities realize they need to prepare for artificial intelligence. Paris is well positioned, according to a new research from the Oliver Wyman Forum, but the city needs to ramp up these efforts to prepare for the potential upheaval of the technology. This is an issue that should be considered in the upcoming elections.
While communities are eager to use technology to become “Smart Cities,” they also need to think about the potential negative consequences of artificial intelligence. Paris is among the most prepared for the upheaval, but no city is completely ready, according to a new study.
Nikkei Asian Review
Singapore is the most prepared city for the disruption of artificial intelligence, but no major city is completely ready.
Some of the world’s smallest cities are among the most prepared globally for the upheaval artificial intelligence is expected to create.
Many cities are using technology to become “smart cities’” or to compete with Silicon Valley, but most are not panning for the downsides of the rise of automation.
Smart Cities World
Singapore, London, and New York are the most ready, but governments and the private sector need to do more to be prepared for the expected disruption of Artificial Intelligence.
No cities are completely ready for the job displacement, privacy risks, and other disruption that Artificial Intelligence is expected to cause, but Singapore, London, and New York are currently the most prepared.
Smart Cities Dive
Artificial Intelligence is reshaping technology and the economy, but no city is yet ready for the expected disruption of automation, according to new research.
Are cities ready for this promising and pervasive technology? Was your city one of the 105 listed on the Global Cities AI Disruption Index? We want to hear what you think. Feel free to reach out to Jilian Mincer, Managing Editor of Oliver Wyman Forum , to continue the discussion.