AI is Cool – But is CRE Ready for It? Wednesday, 2 November 2022 from 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

W-181 A (Level 1)
Streaming Location
Technology Playground
Session Type
Learning Experience

The fast-paced evolution of technology and the accelerated adoption of AI and machine learning is quickly becoming a focus for organizations across the enterprise. Businesses are drawn to the cost efficiencies, time savings and convenience of automation across front-office and back-office operations. CRE leaders are wondering how AI and machine learning can be applied across real estate, workplace and facilities management functions – often at the mandate of executive leadership. But are CRE teams ready to start exploring AI solutions? Probably not. Why? It all comes down to whether an organization is already digitally enabled.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn - what an AI-enabled real estate organization look like and what are key use cases.

  • Ask - is the current CRE operation digitally enabled, and if so, what are the key capabilities that technology supports today

  • Understand - how an organization can develop a strategic roadmap to be AI-enabled


Portrait photo of Michael Gordon Michael Gordon
Senior Manager, Real Estate and Location Strategy, Deloitte Consulting LLP
Portrait photo of Abigail Levine Abigail Levine
Principal, Real Estate and Location Strategy, Deloitte Consulting LLP
Portrait photo of Josh Panknin Josh Panknin
Director of Real Estate AI Research & Innovation, Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Science


Artificial Intelligence, Emerging Trends, Facilities Management, Workplace

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