Matt Toner of CBRE Discusses the Future of AI, Automation & Innovation in the Workforce
The Realcomm | IBcon Video Showcase is a monthly feature of carefully curated interviews selected from our Conference LIVE Video Library. It will spotlight industry leaders who will be discussing what their organizations are doing or give their perspectives on a current topic or trend involving the intersection of Commercial and Corporate Real Estate, Technology, Automation and Innovation.
This month, we are featuring Matt Toner who is CBRE's Managing Director of Smart Buildings and IoT. He is responsible for developing and delivering a new generation of client solutions, combining rising capabilities in industry technology, occupant experience and building operations. CBRE is the world's largest commercial real estate services firm serving owners, investors and occupiers.
In this Conference LIVE segment, Matt discusses the future of the workforce as impacted by the next generation of technologies such as AI, autonomous vehicle and others. He shares future exciting opportunities for innovation and change as our industry continues to evolve. Watch the full interview:
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