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Artificial intelligence for greater sustainability and quality of life in cities: GREENTECH FESTIVAL and Audi give GREEN FUTURE Award to Zencity
- Israeli start-up Zencity developed an intuitive AI tool for cities to determine the desires and needs of their inhabitants while also taking silent minorities into account
- Other nominees for the GREEN FUTURE Award include Strabag (pollutant- and noise-reducing asphalt) and Sensoneo (intelligent waste management)
- Nico Rosberg, Marco Voigt, and Judith Kühn (GREENTECH FESTIVAL) handed over the award together with Henrik Wenders (Audi) as part of the digital world premiere of the Audi e-tron GT
- Nico Rosberg: “Time is a critical factor when it comes to climate change. We need to act now, and start-ups like Zencity provide us with the necessary tools.”
The GREENTECH FESTIVAL and Audi as one of the founding partners of the sustainability platform created by Sven Krüger, Marco Voigt, and Nico Rosberg awarded the GREEN FUTURE award together for the first time as part of the world premiere of the Audi e-tron GT. The prize is part of the GREEN AWARDS of the festival and distinguishes projects and persons that promote environmentally compatible urbanization while making an important contribution to improving the quality of life and urban infrastructures at the same time. The award went to Tel Aviv–based start-up Zencity, which developed an algorithm that collects and analyzes social media posts and local news from cities.