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Last edited 24 Jun 2021
BSRIA publishes Artificial Intelligence in Buildings white paper
The paper considers the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in helping buildings to provide comfortable, secure and safe environments which are also engaging and convenient for their users. It recognises that security includes not just the physical building but also cybersecurity, where AI has an enhanced role to play.
It looks at AI as a factor in reducing the cost of running a building, whether it is a question of energy efficiency or the cost and reliability of service and maintenance and the imperative to keep the building functioning.
This article originally appeared on the BSRIA website under the headline, 'BSRIA publishes new whitepaper: Artificial Intelligence in Buildings'. It was published in June 2021.
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