Construction companies are increasingly using AI in a range of ways to tackle a number of challenges. From optimizing work schedules to improving workplace safety to keeping a secure watch on construction facilities, AI in the construction industry is already producing value. One such company, ALICE Technologies, is focused on a different challenge: scheduling. In this podcast hosts Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer interview with René Morkos, CEO of ALICE Technologies and Adjunct Professor at Stanford. He discusses why the time is now ripe for the construction sector to adopt AI, how ALICE Technologies provides savings and benefits to their customers, and what other construction industry problems AI is well-suited to solve.
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ALICE Technologies is the creator of the world’s first construction optioneering platform. Founded in 2013 based on research from Stanford University, ALICE helps large contractors to reduce risk and plan, bid, and build more efficiently. The company works with large general contractors in the infrastructure and commercial construction segments, such as Bouygues, Shimizu, and Skanska. Headquartered in the U.S., ALICE also has significant operations in the Czech Republic, the U.K., and India. Learn more at www.alicetechnologies.com