Artificial intelligence is taking over real estate – here’s what that means for homebuyers | CNBC

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Real estate firms are using artificial intelligence in many capacities previously only occupied by humans. Algorithms are optimized for searching through property records to find the next profitable venture. The supply of homes for sale hit record lows during the pandemic so agents are hoping involving a bot in the process will make them more efficient. Zillow claims that its estimates now rely on machine learning networks that function similar to human brains. Source:


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