Artificial Intelligence for Healthy Transportation Planning

How our smartphones could be helping planners build safer and healthier cities By Avipsa Roy, PhD Geography, Arizona State University Smartphones, wearable devices, and fitness trackers are driving a data boom that can help us understand how people move around in...

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We are seeking to a fill the Vancouver project coordinator position for a research study about the health and social impacts of the urban form interventions in Vancouver. This project is part of the INTErventions, Research and Action in Cities Team (INTERACT) which is...
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The Interventions, Research and Action in Cities Team (INTERACT) is a pan-Canadian research collaboration of scientists, urban planners and citizens funded by CIHR uncovering how the design of our cities is shaping health and wellbeing of Canadians. Since 2016,...