releases beta version of tool reducing cost and carbon intensity of concrete construction, a Los Angeles–based data science startup describing itself as being “on a mission to avoid 500 million tons of carbon dioxide entering the atmosphere annually,” announced last week the beta launch of a new software platform developed to reduce the cost and embodied carbon intensity in concrete construction. As detailed by the company, the tool “delivers unparalleled reductions” in the cost and embodied carbon intensity through the AI-driven optimization of concrete—specifically ready-mixed and precast concrete—design and production. Per, the result is “a highly optimized, cost-effective concrete that fulfills all engineering and performance characteristics, while utilizing locally available raw materials to ensure safety, longevity, and code-compliance.”

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