Oracle will discuss how the acceleration of machine learning in the construction industry can make a significant impact on how projects are delivered today and outline best practice in the smartification of construction sites.

During this #BIMTalk session, Karthik Venkatasubramanian will discuss how the acceleration of machine learning in construction can make a significant impact on how projects are delivered today.

Karthik Venkatasubramanian is currently a vice president at Oracle wherein he has global responsibility for defining and delivering the data strategy within Oracle Construction and Engineering. In a career spanning 20 years across 4 continents, Karthik has been instrumental in building digital capabilities from the ground-up across many industries and organizations where he has successfully led several large-scale transformation programs that have been featured in case studies, patent applications, industry publications and international conferences. He has an Engineering Degree in Electronics and Communication and an MBA from Melbourne Business School.

He is also part of the Industry Advisory Board within the Department of Information Systems and Business Analytics at Deakin Business School. Karthik is a passionate believer in creative innovation through the use of technology and infuses an element of “dataism” in almost everything he does. His current focus is on the application of data science techniques in solving real-world construction and engineering problems.

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