The National Science Foundation awarded two University of Dayton computer scientists $248,338 to use artificial intelligence to monitor motor vehicle traffic in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, and develop a simulation to help urban planners address traffic and infrastructure problems in the city of more than 8.9 million people.
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Larsen, Dave, "National Science Foundation awards University of Dayton computer scientists $248K for artificial intelligence system to address traffic issues in Vietnam" (2020). College of Arts and Sciences Newsroom. 467.