'Planning hackathon' to examine use of artificial intelligence in processing applications

A "planning hackathon" due to take place in London next week will examine how artificial intelligence (AI) can be used to analyse data in planning applications and "radically reduce" processing times, according to the event's organisers.

by Michael Donnelly
The Redbridge Council planning chatbot (pic: Agile Datum)
The Redbridge Council planning chatbot (pic: Agile Datum)

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