Is your engineering firm prepared for the AI revolution?

This webcast aired on Tuesday, Aug 6, 2019

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is changing industries across the board. By utilizing tons of data, the computer system can perform behaviors associated with human intelligence, such as speech recognition, decision-making, and learning.

While enterprise adoption of AI has grown 270% over the past four years, engineers have been slow to adopt the new technology. Some fear job insecurity and others simply don’t understand the technology. But it’s through automation that we’re able to save time doing mundane, repetitive tasks. And that time can be reinvested in more important things, like design, development, and creativity.

Join us in this exciting webinar presented by Civil + Structural Engineer and Steven Burns, FAIA, BQE Software to learn what you must know to fully leverage the AI revolution!

Learning objectives:

  • The basics of artificial intelligence, business intelligence, and machine learning
  • How AI can help your firm increase efficiency across the board
  • Why you should embrace AI at your engineering firm
  • How to leverage AI at your engineering firm

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Take the quiz and earn your free PDH/CEU.

1. According to a recent survey, what percentage of business leaders believe Artificial Intelligence will enable them to concentrate on meaningful work?
2. Artificial Intelligence takes reams of noisy data and converts it into meaningful and actionable information.
3. Business Intelligence and Artificial Intelligence are really the same thing
4. In which of the following areas do business leaders believe AI will contribute:
          A. Paperwork
          B. Scheduling
          C. Time and Expense Tracking
          D. Accounting
          E. HR Management and Benefits
          F. Email Management
          G. Proposal Writing
          H. HR Management
5. Which one of the following functions is not a part of Artificial Intelligence
6. The most common excuse firms use for delaying the implementation of new tech is:
7. Which are milestones in the Internet Revolution:
          A. The creation of ARPANET in 1962
          B. Apollo 11 Landing on the Moon in 1969
          C. The creation of the TCP/IP Protocol in 1982
          D. The creation of Internet Service Providers in 1989
8. Artificial Intelligence has the ability to transform politics, culture and business
9. The term used when a computer system is modeled on the human brain and nervous system is:
10. Which of the following areas will Insight Delivery address:
          A. Productivity
          B. Costs
          C. Efficiency
          D. Winning new business
          E. Profitability
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