Using risk-based predictive modeling to score pass rates for non-mandatory inspections, the City has been able to devote more attention to higher-risk projects while shortening timelines for builders.
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EDMONTON, ALTA. - The City of Edmonton is using the future to study the past and speed up present building. Edmonton has been awarded a Smart 50 award in the digital transformation category by Smart Cities Connect for an artificial intelligence (AI) solu
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The City of Edmonton uses nearly a decade of data to deploy AI model to increase inspection efficiency and effectiveness
Since October 2019, the predictive model has reduced the number of eligible inspections by 37%
Inspections deemed low risk are passed automatically, eliminating unnecessary delays in builder timelines
City inspectors are able to focus on higher risk and more complicated inspections, which pose greater threat to safety
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