Steel bridge showing the kind of bolts this new AI could monitor
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AI could transform how we monitor structural health of civil infrastructure

The University of Surrey and King's College London have developed a new machine learning algorithm (AI) that could transform the way we monitor major infrastructure – such as dams and bridges.

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