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FAQs on Machine Learning in Construction

Machine learning in construction has arrived and is helping construction executives and project leaders find real-time insights for managing and reducing risk on a daily basis.

Machine learning is based on the concept that algorithms can parse huge amounts of data, learn from it and then predict something based on what it has learned. Machine learning is usually considered a subset of artificial intelligence, which is the broader concept of a machine being able to carry out tasks for humans (e.g., autonomous/self-driving cars).

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