An article by our partner site LEONARD
On paper, artificial intelligence holds out vast potential for buildings, including energy efficiency improvement, voice assistants and smart construction management support, and there is no shortage of ideas. But can these new applications withstand the rigours of life on the worksite? And is AI an economically viable way to operate a building? At a conference held at Leonard on 12 March 2019, innovation experts and developers reviewed the potential use of AI in building construction and operation and addressed the challenges to be tackled on the ground.
Leonard is the open laboratory for the future of cities and infrastructures, created by VINCI.