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thinkBIM Webinar

Wednesday 30th September 2020 | 13:00 to 15:00


Following on from our last event looking at Digital Twins, thinkBIM is pleased to be exploring another well used but perhaps poorly understood set of terms currently appearing in articles on the digital transformation of the built environment industry. Artificial intelligence is an overarching term for describing when a machine mimics human thinking, like problem-solving, pattern recognition, and learning. Machine learning is defined as a subset of Artificial Intelligence using statistical techniques to give computer systems the ability to “learn” from data, without being explicitly programmed. Join us on the 30th for our interactive panel discussion and presentation looking at what these terms mean for our industry.

Our presenters include;

*JUST ADDED* Aviv Leibovici, Chief Product Officer and Co-Founder, Buildots

Aviv comes from a background of data-heavy cyber security systems, and leads the company’s product development and the relationship with the UK construction industry.

Natalia Wojtowicz, Computational Design Specialist, Grimshaw

Natalia is a specialist working across the fields of computational design, applied machine learning, software development, environmental design and data-driven strategies.

 Chris Pilling, Principal Consultant, Fujitsu Digital Business Services

Chris has 25 years IT & Tech industry experience and joined Fujitsu in 2016 as EMEIA Principal Consultant. In 2017 he co-founded Fujitsu’s Blockchain Innovation Centre in Brussels which works with customers to define strategy for this emerging paradigm. Chris is at the forefront of helping customers understand and adopt Fujitsu’s Quantum Inspired computing services and capability.

In addition we are pleased to have Becky Dodds from Agri-TechE to give an overview of how Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are being used in the agriculture industry too.

New online format!

We are pleased to announce that the format of this online event will include a series of polls for our attendees to support a panel debate on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. Another great way you can get involved with thinkBIM!


The link below will take you to our Eventbrite booking site. Once you have signed up a joining email will be sent to you with the link to join the webinar.

With thanks to our sponsors

Buildots solve one of the biggest challenges in construction management using an AI-based approach. Find out more at