Algorithms and artificial intelligence can make construction more efficient

Risk & Insurance, 8/20/2019

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Artificial intelligence (AI) and predictive risk management will be high on the agenda when the International Risk Management Institute holds its 39th Construction Risk Conference November 10–13, 2019, at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle. In particular one session will specifically address AI, predictive analytics, and the transparent job site.

Ceremonially, ground breaking is the start of a project, but that step is only after months or years of planning. The goal of every owner, contractor, and underwriter is to have the project completed on time, on budget, and out of court. To a great extent, the second and third depend on that first.

Dev Amratia, one speaker in the session, is the co-founder and chief executive of nPlan, a software company that he helped build based on his decades of experience in construction and delivery for one of the major global energy companies.

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