Kuala Lumpur set to become smart city next year


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KUALA LUMPUR: Kuala Lumpur is likely to become a smart city by next year as Alibaba Cloud’s “Malaysia City Brain” pilot project is completed.

The initiative will use Alibaba Cloud’s artificial intelligence programme as well as big data analytics to produce real-time traffic predictions using video and image recognition technologies to combat traffic congestion in the city.

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