Our Machine Learning and Data Scientist, Michael Matosin, reveals the actual applications for Artificial Intelligence in Construction. There's a general idea of AI as an experimental field, something we will use in the future. Of course, there's a lot to develop, but in the present days, we can use this technology, such as drones automating inspection processes and generating reports.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is completely changing the built environment, achieving goals that years ago seemed unattainable. In this article for Construction Executive, the Enstoa team explains that the real challenge to integrate the digital and physical worlds lies in the human factor.
While some believe that automation will reduce the need for humans, the reality is quite different. New technologies can be an integral facet in job creation and satisfaction.
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The numbers are downright depressing
McKinsey says that while sectors such as manufacturing, retail, and agriculture in the United States have increased productivity 1,500% since 1945, construction is still where it was 80 years ago. The trend led the global consulting firm to conclude that construction has an “intractable productivity problem” while identifying the sector as the second-least digitized industry in the United States.