About this Research Topic
This Research Topic aims to provide a convergence research forum for academics and practitioners around the world to present theoretical and practical knowledge on the engineering and managerial aspects of applied AI oriented world-leading research and best practices in the context of individual work stages and/or specific cognitive domains in the built environment subject field. The goal of this research topic is to develop a unique transdisciplinary topical collection to show the advances of professional knowledge and technical solutions in applied AI for the built environment profession.
The scope of this Research Topic covers all issues relating to AI applications in the built environment subject field. Issues within this Research Topic could be connected to, but are not limited to, the following listed areas:
• AI implications for construction regulations and professional leaderships.
• Challenges, dependability, supportability, and maturity of AI adoptions at
• Complex AI solutions for built environment systems.
• Construction knowledge graphs.
• Distributed AI systems for work stages and integration.
• Generative AI applications for construction project delivery.
• Inclusive AI solutions at workplaces and work stages.
• Integration of AI applications into BIM solutions.
• Case studies and lessons learned from subject-specific AI applications.
• Metatheory of AI applications for the built environment profession.
• Methodologies of AI solutions development for buildings and
• Professional competence development to support AI adoptions.
• Standardizations of AI applications in built environment subject areas.
• Strategies and tactics on AI adoptions in engineering and management
• Technical review and exploration on research and development for AI
Keywords: Artificial Intelligence, Built environment, Digital construction, Innovation, Knowledge.
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