One of the biggest developments over the last year was OpenAI’s release of its much-hyped chatbot – ChatGPT – in November 2022. This AI-based conversational interface that can engage in natural language conversations with users and help them with a wide range of tasks (such as answering questions, providing recommendations and assisting with problem-solving) has shown significant potential.
Some have argued that ChatGPT could become a biased, disinformation machine, generating sophisticated and plausible-sounding responses or answers that can be incorrect or even nonsensical. Others see it as a new frontier – one that presents opportunities to invent products, services and solutions.
This year our Senior Market Analyst, Michael Urie, explored some of the challenges that are impeding the wider uptake of AI tools within the construction industry in a new series of thought leadership articles.
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