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21 October 2019
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Facilities management News

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PERSPECTIVES

  • The effect of automationWorkplace and facilities managers are uniquely placed to cut through the 'noise' of automation to deliver future benefits, says Martin Read.
  • A question of AI ethicsAre companies considering ethics enough when it comes to enacting artificial intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT) technology in the workplace?
  • What funding crisis?More funding is needed for NHS estates, argues Mark Whittaker.

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Think Tank: the ethics of AI

At a workplace conference last year Neil Steele of Asure Software stressed how sensor technology would only become increasingly popular. But he added that while “sensor-based data collection” was “in and accepted” – the worker's “perception [of it] is crucial to its successful adoption in the workplace”.

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  • Skills prescriptionMartin Read and Bradford Keen report on the pressures healthcare estates and facilities managers face with evolving skills requirements in a dynamic environment.

FEATURES

  • Pursuing the one-health economyBradford Keen considers how remaining PFI commitments and new forms of estate management are set to affect healthcare FM delivery.
  • Estates and maintenance managementBradford Keen and Martin Read consider the unique maintenance challenges faced by estates and facilities management personnel.
  • Healthy competitionGraeme Davies assesses how the competitive landscape for private sector involvement in estates management is changing.
  • Skills prescriptionMartin Read and Bradford Keen report on the pressures healthcare estates and facilities managers face with evolving skills requirements in a dynamic environment.