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23 November 2021, 07:02

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More than 1,500 violations have been identified this year using artificial intelligence.

Since 2020, artificial intelligence has been helping to control the legality of the use of land and real estate in the capital. It analyzes big data and helps to identify violations in the use of non-residential facilities. Algorithms developed by specialists Department of Information Technology and State Inspectorate for Real Estate.

“The State Inspectorate for Real Estate of the city of Moscow was the first in Russia to start using new technologies in the control of property and land. Last year, the algorithms were tuned to detect construction objects; in 2021, their training was completed to identify violations in the event of inappropriate use, non-development or self-seizure of land plots, as well as non-compliance with the prescribed construction timeframes. Working with such technologies saves inspectors’ time on primary data processing and increases the efficiency of the control department. At the end of 2020, the number of detected violations increased by 41 percent. Since the beginning of 2021, more than 1,500 violations have been detected and confirmed. We intend to continue training and refinement of existing algorithms to improve their efficiency, “- said the head of the State Inspectorate for Real Estate

Vladislav Ovchinsky.

An algorithm is a programmed sequence of actions that allow automated processing of an array of data and solving a specific problem.

The algorithms of the State Inspectorate for Real Estate use data on land plots and real estate objects from various open and city information systems. After that, the system compares the documents and analyzes the object. In the absence or inconsistency of technical or permissive documentation, the algorithm gives a sign of a violation.

“Moscow has been using artificial intelligence technologies for several years to identify different types of violations in the maintenance and improvement of urban areas. Last year, it became possible to recognize construction objects, which contributed to an even faster response if necessary. Today, artificial intelligence has already become an everyday tool of city services: thanks to it, employees of departments can not waste time on routine operations and pay more attention to cases that require it, “said the Minister of the Moscow Government, Head of the Department of Information Technologies

Edward Lysenko.

Artificial intelligence can process millions of documents and analyze thousands of objects in no time. At the same time, the algorithm selects those buildings and sites that have the greatest risk of violation, and transfers them for further study to the employees of the State Inspectorate for Real Estate.

As a result, specialists receive an extended list with the necessary information about each object and risk category. After that, examinations and checks are carried out for the presence or absence of violations.

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