Synaptiq CEO Stephen Sklarew to Host Artificial Intelligence in Building NASCLA Webinar on December 9
The National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies (NASCLA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting best practices and licensing consistency for agencies that regulate the construction industry. The AI in Construction webinar is open to the public and will focus on how artificial intelligence solutions are helping construction companies streamline operations, reduce costs, prevent safety and compliance issues, and improve their performance. position for future success.
Stephen Sklarew, CEO of Synaptiq
Stephen Sklarew is the CEO and Co-Founder of Synaptiq, an AI and machine learning consultancy focused on The Humankind of AI ™; building a better world as we look into an era of human-machine interaction.
Portland, Ore., December 8, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Synaptiq CEO and Co-Founder Stephen Sklarew will host a webinar on Artificial Intelligence in Construction for the National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies (NASCLA) Thursday, December 9, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. MT. The webinar is open to the public and attendees can register here.
The COVID-19 pandemic has catalyzed huge changes across the construction industry, including widespread digital transformation and the development of new innovations launched in response to the virus – and in particular the data these new technologies generate.
“With all of this great data – from videos and images to paper documents and blueprints – comes the opportunity to unlock it with AI,” Sklarew explains. “Now more than ever, we have the ability to apply AI throughout the entire construction project lifecycle, from design management to pre-construction, asset and resource management, operations , planning and staffing, health and safety compliance, and project reviews. Construction companies can be faster, more flexible, creative and efficient as they face challenges yet to be seen, and emerge stronger and better positioned for future success.
In this webinar, Sklarew will provide an overview of artificial intelligence, applications in construction, recommendations on how to be successful with AI initiatives, and host a live question-and-answer session.
“NASCLA members are very interested in technological innovation, its application to construction, and more specifically how AI is developing and impacting the industry,” says Kenee Walton, Head of Programs and of NASCLA events. “Synaptiq is doing a lot of meaningful work on AI in construction, we are delighted to welcome Stephen Sklarew as a speaker for the NASCLA webinar in December, and we look forward to the discussion. “
With more than 50 clients in 20 industries around the world, Synaptiq is a large-scale AI consulting firm delivering impactful solutions to the business using machine learning, machine vision, natural language processing and natural language processing. ‘other data-driven techniques. The company creates custom platforms for image and document intensive industries that are more powerful than existing standard tools. Its team of management consultants, AI researchers, data scientists and product development experts work directly with clients to leverage the unbeatable benefits of artificial intelligence, overcome potential obstacles and become the smart enterprise. of tomorrow. For more information on Synaptiq, please visit www.synaptiq.ai.
NASCLA’s mission is to promote best practices and licensing consistency for agencies that regulate the construction industry across the country. NASCLA supports best practices in the construction industry and strives to promote quality standards and public safety, mutual interests and the regulation of business practices. Relevant information regarding the regulation of the construction industry is made available to NASCLA members through educational webinars, conferences and informative publications. NASCLA’s goal is to streamline the licensing processes for entrepreneurs by reducing barriers to licensing.
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