How drones, data and AI are changing the property sector

Publisher / Research Body
World Economic Forum

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A drone the size of one's palm buzzes 50 metres up a skyscraper in downtown Singapore. Tracing the contours of the building, the machine scans for cracks and records the temperature of the building’s façade as it makes its ascent. Sitting in a room 5 kilometres away, a man sees a live feed from the drone's camera on his desktop screen. He analyses the data and combines it with information collected from hundreds of other buildings.

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Artificial Intelligence And Its Impact On Contingent Workforce Management

Publisher / Research Body
Forbes

Extract
One of the most important undertakings an enterprise has to deal with is finding and hiring an amazing candidate. But the fierce competition for talent, lackluster recruiting and sourcing processes and uncoordinated evaluation criteria make it an arduous task.

Astoundingly, 74% of employers claim they’ve hired the wrong person for a position. These hires come at a cost, with organizations losing an average of nearly $15,000 on every bad hire.

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The 20 most innovative companies in Real Estate (or PropTech)

Publisher / Research Body
Medium Corporation, Benchmark Series

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The Real Estate market is ripe for disruption and has long needed a shake-up, and an injection of investment and technology to drag it into modern times. Spotting this opportunity, Real Estate Technology players (or PropTech if you prefer) are using technology to disrupt and improve the way we buy, rent, sell, design, construct and manage residential and commercial property.

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