Will technologies such as artificial intelligence make engineers redundant?

Posted on by Remi B Pelletier

Special thanks to Harbinder Birdi from Hawkins Brown Architect for a rather unconventional talk on various key problematics faced by the world and the construction industry, including the future impact of AI on our jobs. We hope to see you again next year!

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