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Lanterra Speaker Series: A.I. for Realtors

In today’s rapidly evolving world, integrating artificial intelligence (A.I.) into various industries has become more than just a trend—it’s a necessity. As a firm believer that new technologies will greatly affect the future landscape of real estate, I am thrilled to announce that the next Lanterra Speaker Series topic is: A.I. for Realtors. 

With A.I. rapidly reshaping various sectors, it’s high time for realtors to acknowledge its presence and embrace its power. I am excited to announce that industry experts, A.I. Consultant Carrie Soave, A.I. and Machine Learning Product Leader Sharon Tehrani, and Digital Strategist Adam Rodricks will form our panel for this exciting discussion. These experts are at the forefront of A.I. integration in real estate, and their insights and experiences will shed light on how new technologies are transforming the industry and how realtors can harness their potential.

From predictive analytics to virtual assistants, A.I. offers tools that streamline processes, enhance customer experiences, and drive business growth. Realtors who understand and adopt these technologies will undoubtedly gain a competitive edge.

Join us on May 7th from 11 am – 1 pm at The Windsor Arms Hotel, Courtyard Room as we delve into the world of A.I. and discover how it’s reshaping the future of real estate. I’m looking forward to moderating this exciting event and seeing all of you! 

Spaces are limited, register your spot today at

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