The specter of AI, often shrouded in a cloak of “AI anxiety,” echoes the trepidations that once clouded the dawn of the Industrial Revolution. Let’s delve into a captivating journey through time, drawing parallels and distinguishing the differences between these two transformative eras:
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the ability of machines or computer systems to learn and perform tasks that would typically require human intelligence, such as decision-making, problem-solving, and language processing.
One of the oldest professions globally is construction, but technology and the industry continue to mature. Designing, planning, and building procedures have changed to satisfy modern and technological requirements. Technology has been used more often in construction to increase efficiency, quality, and safety. Artificial intelligence (AI) is the new digital transformation that has made its mark in recent years. Construction professionals have found value in AI to help manage manual labor and crucial assignments.