The Impacts of AI and Machine Learning on CRE
The Realcomm | IBcon 2020 hybrid conference held in late October featured more than 200 speakers from around the globe. Content from the event is curated each month in a video showcase designed to highlight how commercial and corporate real estate organizations implement new technology, build innovative teams, connect buildings and neighborhoods, and manage cyber hacks and security attacks.
December's showcase focuses on AI and machine learning and is presented by author and New York Times technology correspondent Cade Metz. Metz covers AI, driverless cars, robotics, virtual reality and other emerging areas.
From personal voice assistants to social credit scoring, AI is by far the technology with the potential to change the world. This showcase highlights the most advanced AI applications currently in place and under development. It explores neural networks and looks at gains in image and speech recognition, nature language understanding, robotics and the future of business predictions. Watch the video.
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