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Picture this: it’s 2030, and AI handles almost a third of your day-to-day workload. According to a McKinsey Global Study, it’s a far-fetched-sounding scenario that’s more fact than fiction — in the next seven years, the global consulting company predicts that 30% of the work we do today will be automated.
In the real estate world, brokers have long angsted that AI will render agents obsolete. On the contrary, when leveraged right, AI can actually be agents’ most valuable asset. Curious to learn how to use AI to your brokerage’s advantage? SkySlope Manager of Product and Innovation, Nikola Dosev, recently joined a panel of experts to speak about the topic at Inman Las Vegas.
Among the most essential points surfaced by the panel? Brokers will find the most value in AI technology that’s baked into the technology systems that their agents are already using.
“Our main focus has been making sure to meet agents where they are in their day-to-day,” explains Nikola. “In order to make sure AI is applicable to that, we’re making sure that the agent doesn’t leave the [SkySlope] ecosystem.”
One reason why this method proves more effective for brokerages is that brokers don’t need to allot time for agents to learn new AI technology. When it’s expertly integrated into the programs they’re already familiar with, intuitive design should make adoption subconscious. “It’s really our job as technologists to make sure that [as a brokerage] you don’t have to go and train the agent; they don’t need to go learn a new piece of technology. It’s our job to embed it into what you’re doing today,” says Nikola.
To discover even more ways to plug AI seamlessly into your brokerage, watch a clip from the panel discussion below.
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