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Denver & Front Range
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Type of Municipality State
Date Established August 1, 1876
Area 104,094 sq.mi269,602.419 <br />66,620,160 Acres <br />
Elevation 6,800 ft2,072.64 m <br />
Population 5,773,7145,773,714 people <br />
Timezone UTC+7

Colorado is a state in the Mountain West subregion of the Western United States. It encompasses most of the Southern Rocky Mountains, as well as the northeastern portion of the Colorado Plateau and the western edge of the Great Plains. Colorado is the eighth most extensive and 21st most populous U.S. state. The 2020 United States Census enumerated the population of Colorado at 5,773,714, an increase of 14.80% since the 2010 United States Census.


Eagle-300x192.jpg Supercomputer Modeling and Artificial Intelligence Cluster for Smart Cities and Regions
National and International Innovation eco-system to serve challenges by using high-performance supercomputers to utilize existing and create novel Artificial Intelligence to develop Smart Cities and Region services, including resilience solutions (Net Zero Energy Buildings and Districts, Carbon Neutrality, Advanced Energy Penetration, Energy Efficiency, Advanced Mobility Solutions, Environmental Health, Public Safety, Disaster Management, V2X Electrification, Climate and Water).

This Cluster will deploy both proven, and newly devised, large-scale Smart City and Region supercomputing predictive analytics to model regional pathways into resiliency with identification of scientific and marketplace solutions to provision and deploy the right Smart City and Region solution stacks.

AI models will include the next generation of Artificial Intelligence, including Complex Systems Simulations, Emulation, and Optimization in order to create highly efficient and robust “autonomous systems” and portfolio-scale analytics and automated services. The predictive analytics developed by Innovation Corridor’s national lab partners will be part of the initial portfolio and baseline.

The Action Cluster will develop a repository of Artificial Intelligence technologies and architectures from founders (Innovation Corridor and Powering IoT) together with eco-system partners in order to fast track the next generation of automated, resilient, cyber secure, environmentally friendly and intelligence-driven distributed systems for Smart Cities and Smart Regions. In addition, new forms of Artificial Intelligence technologies and systems will be developed within this Action Cluster such as a "Personal Digital Twin" - a personal digital avatar that will purposefully and mindfully serves each citizen within a society.

Large-scale compute intensive data sets will train Artificial Intelligence solutions prior to deployment, which will be sourced from a range of partners, jurisdictions and localities and used to refine our Cluster Artificial Intelligence predictive analytics. An eco-system of cities, regions, federal research labs, private sector technology companies and universities provide a unique framework and sandbox to support the deployment of Smart Cities enabling technologies and the provision of resiliency-based and Artificial Intelligence solutions for Smart Cities and Smart Regions.