Artificial Intelligence as a factor of public transportations system development

Medical, financial, and assistive software for people with disabilities (speech, character recognition) are just a few of the many commercial applications for artificial intelligence. The functioning of the whole transportation system, including the vehicle, the infrastructure, and the driver/user, may benefit from artificial intelligence (AI) techniques, especially in terms of the dynamic interactions that result in a transportation service.

Transport infrastructure is now failing to function properly, owing to frequent issues such as insufficient capacity, low levels of safety and dependability, contamination of the environment and inefficiency of operation. 

The employment of diverse AI approaches may, however, help establish new, intelligent modes of operation for infrastructures already in place. Many aspects of transportation currently use AI, such as junction management on arterial roadways, trip time estimates, and vehicle fuel injection systems, when learning techniques are applicable. Improved decision-making based on real-time data and improved network utilization are the future ambitions for intelligent urban transportation. The construction of a transportation system that is more dependable, efficient, and environmentally friendly, all while retaining a high degree of connectivity, is also vital.

As mobile communications and microprocessors have advanced, it is now feasible to make substantial progress toward developing Intelligence-based transportation systems (ITS). Additionally, AI and robotics have made significant contributions to other disciplines, such as planning, problem-solving, rule-based reasoning, and image and speech recognition. Using intelligent vehicles and weapons, it is feasible to carry out complex military tasks with precision and reliability. Adaptation and learning, as well as the disparities between neural and electrical computing processes, are examined in this paper by Ushakov et al. Game theory and operations research have been used to develop methods for making choices in the face of uncertainty.

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