The city of the future: Smart and social

Smart cities. This means things like urban planning, administration, energy supply, mobility, etc. are networked and work together, so to speak. Intelligent streetlights respond to movement, smart buildings help save energy, car sharing is commonplace, electricity comes from photovoltaic systems, and much more. Smart city also means sustainability and environmental friendliness.

Artificial intelligence is at the heart of this, so that the optimum can be achieved in all areas. But this same AI that is already playing an increasingly important role in more and more areas of life, raises fundamental social and ethical questions. After all, where are the people in these cities that are inhabited by people?

GS Technologies Ltd (LON:GST), through its subsidiary, EMS Wiring Systems Pte. Ltd, provides services in the “Smart Building” sector. Smart Building is a diverse term that refers to the technological capabilities of buildings and other work place facilities.

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