By John Kennedy (October 19, 2018, 4:03 PM EDT) -- Focused on hands-on, real-world work, the construction industry has lagged behind others on the use of artificial intelligence, but given the time- and cost-saving benefits of embracing AI, construction lawyers and their clients should be constantly thinking of ways to make it work for them.
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Tracking Technologies Building Information Modeling Virtual & Augmented Reality Drones "Right now, you still see a lot of paper on a construction site and that leads to a lot of downtime," said Natalie...
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