SINGAPORE – A robot which does the dirty job of cleaning toilets. A tile-grouting machine which takes over the back-breaking work of five labourers. And a facade-cleaning invention for buildings that eliminates the need for workers to be perched precariously at great heights.
These were some of the uses of artificial intelligence (AI) showcased at two of the year’s top events for the building and construction industry.
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