AI Agents in Emergency Response Applications

09/10/2021 ∙ by Aryan Naim, et al. ∙ 12

Emergency personnel respond to various situations ranging from fire, medical, hazardous materials, industrial accidents, to natural disasters. Situations such as natural disasters or terrorist acts require a multifaceted response of firefighters, paramedics, hazmat teams, and other agencies. Engineering AI systems that aid emergency personnel proves to be a difficult system engineering problem. Mission-critical "edge AI" situations require low-latency, reliable analytics. To further add complexity, a high degree of model accuracy is required when lives are at stake, creating a need for the deployment of highly accurate, however computationally intensive models to resource-constrained devices. To address all these issues, we propose an agent-based architecture for deployment of AI agents via 5G service-based architecture.

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