By The Nation
The Council of University Presidents of Thailand, King Prajadhipok’s Institute and King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL) have signed a cooperative compact to develop the seven locales so they better serve the public.
Prof Wutthisarn Tanchai, secretary general of the King Prajadhipok’s Institute, said the cities’ needs would first be assessed and KMITL and local universities would assist in providing technology to meet community demand.
AI would in introduced to increase administrative efficiency, he said.
KMITL rector Dr Suchatchawee Suwansawat, who chairs the council of university presidents, said King Prajadhipok’s Institute would deal directly with the seven cities and KMITL would provide the necessary technologies.
Suchatchawee said online cameras and robots would record data to ensure precise predictions of traffic conditions, weather or other situations.