Harvard Real Estate Review: The Quarterly Panel Discussion

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Event Description

Harvard Real Estate Review is hosting Quarterly Panel to address most relevant and timely discussions in Real Estate as it intersects with market economy, finance, investment, design, technology, and urban development and policy. Each panel will take place in September, December, January, and April, and is jointly organized by Schools of Design and Business. We welcome members of Harvard University, industry professionals, and general public to our event. For more information, please visit Harvard Real Estate Review and Harvard Real Estate Weekend.

Upcoming Events

“AI Technology in Real Estate: Global Perspectives”
Friday, December 4, 2020
9:30 AM EST

The Quarterly Panel Discussion by Harvard Real Estate Review and Harvard Real Estate Weekend is inviting speakers in three different countries, representing different perspectives of business, design, and technology, across three geographies, to discuss emerging AI technology and its state-of-the-art application in Real Estate. What is the state of technology, and what is the value for practitioners? What is the role of traditional engineers, designers, and business developers in approaching AI? What are new opportunities and challenges? How can new ventures create new value through design, technology, and business of AI? As disruptors, what are challenges in transforming the traditional process of design and development in Real Estate?

Moderated by:

Prof. Andres Sevtsuk, Associate Professor of Urban Science and Planning and Principal Investigator at City Form Lab

In Conversation with:

Håvard Haukeland, CEO and Co-Founder at Spacemaker AI from Oslo, Norway

Violet Whitney, Senior PM at Sidewalk Labs from New York, USA

Li Chen, CEO and Founder at Zhongmo Technologies from Shanghai, China

How to Join

Register for this event here.

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