The Workplace Manager has to contend with a rapidly changing world and an ever-transforming organisation. They are battling with insufficient data and the need for manually-created solutions, yet are expected to perform miracles.
Smart technologies – those that can gather and analyse data and generate solutions – will be an essential part of the WM’s toolkit. Artificial Intelligence promises much but has yet to show how it can help – until now.
This talk, including a live demonstration of a problem being solved, will show the results of seven years of R&D and how an AI application can dynamically allocate space over the life of the property portfolio through the creation of a team-centric workplace, ensuring the right people are always working together in the right amount of space.
Bruce Davidson is responsible for the original technical vision behind the revolutionary allocation engine used by the GoSpace AI platform and co-authored the technology’s US Patent, which was granted approval in early 2019. Bruce has taught and lectured extensively on the potential of computation, automation and artificial intelligence in architecture, engineering and construction. He was an associate professor at NYC’s Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture and Planning and Preservation and has taught at University College London and Syracuse University in New York