Despite early hiccups, new people-mover at LAX can succeed in easing airport congestion, but shared transportation should be made a priority, he says.
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“If an algorithm designed largely or completely by computers makes a mistake, whose fault is it?” he asks.
He weighs in on Los Angeles’ proposal to eliminate requirements to include parking spaces in new downtown housing developments.
Professor is featured on podcast exploring how old ideas of homelessness are evolving as creative, new solutions are proposed.
He commends Ventura County for launching a master plan for aging as its population grays.
‘If you can’t trust the data … you really can’t allocate resources,’ he says of nation’s spotty recordkeeping on incidents of school violence.
He argues for incorporating issues surrounding artificial intelligence in many disciplines to ensure the technology is used for good.
The professor emeritus cites an increasing need for collective management as cities grow beyond their social, economic and physical limits.
‘Will people be more likely to believe a deepfake or a detection algorithm that flags the video as fabricated?’ he asks.
Giving every bus in the United States a dedicated lane could lead to quick and sweeping change, he says.