Tanveer Bal Red Marble Engagement Manager

Introducing Tanveer

Welcome to the Red Marble AI family to our new AI Engagement Manager Tanveer Bal!

Tanveer joined us last month and we are excited to have him on the team. He’s an experienced founder working with AI driven companies. He'll be leading the way on connecting the dots between business and technology teams for our projects.

My role is to bridge the gap between the business and data science teams. I want to help organisations capitalise on the opportunities that lay hidden in their data, transforming organisational data into business value.

says Tanveer, who founded his own AI consultancy, and in previous roles worked on projects with the likes of Downer and Microsoft.

Tanveer Bal Red Marble Engagement ManagerTanveer has spent lockdown with his best mate, his gorgeous labrador Zac (welcome to the team too Zac!), and reading up on AI, having just finished one of our favourites: Competing in the Age of AI.

"I'll be chatting to companies about how we can partner and help them understand how AI in general, and Red Marble's experiment-driven approach in particular, can improve their productivity". You can find him on linkedin or reach out via email.

Red Marble Construction Language Research project

How a site conversation could change construction

Take a second to imagine the conversations on a construction site. The surprise? Those conversations could transform the construction sector and increase site margins.

Red Marble AI has been awarded a Victorian Government Technology Adoption and Innovation program grant. This grant will help fund our Construction Language Research Project.

Our first step was to hire Natural Language Processing specialist Haowen Tang. Haowen holds a Masters of Science (Computer Science) from University of Melbourne, specialising in Natural Language Processing. We’re also extending our collaboration with Melbourne Laureate Professor Tim Baldwin and University of Melbourne, world experts in this field, as we grow our team and extend our capability.

About the project

The Construction Language Research Project aims at understanding everyday site language within construction projects. It also looks at developing a construction language model that will support using data to unlock value and increase project margins.

Algorithms which understand the meaning behind language spoken or written within various project documents have huge potential to transform the construction sector. We believe using the data from those conversations will change the way the construction industry works.

Would you like to learn more about this project? Or understand the potential and opportunities that using artificial intelligence to leverage human language could have in your project? We would love to hear from you.