The city of Las Vegas is putting its chips in the middle of the table, betting that artificial intelligence will alleviate its traffic woes.

New sensors and cameras at 30 of its street intersections will process data and information that will help the city learn more about traffic patterns and pinpoint congestion areas with more accuracy. It plans to roll out its sensors to 50 more intersections over the next three months.

On Business Casual, hosts Geoffrey Short and Taylor Bagley discussed how this might change the future of city design.

You can listen to the episode in its entirety here!