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Reconsidering Artificial Intelligence as Co-Designer

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posted on 2023-09-12, 03:07 authored by Quintin Blaas, Antony Pelosi, Andre BrownAndre Brown
The research in this paper is presented from the perspective of a designer interested in investigating using artificial intelligence, specifically machine learning, to act as a co-pilot during architectural design phases. Significant recent interest has been evident in, for instance, rapidly developing text-to-image and intelligent chat AI areas. However, we have a particular focus and have undertaken a series of feasibility experiments to explore the potential for enabling a designer's exploitation of machine learning, and consequently in effect, using machine learning as a co-designer. We conclude that the industry would need to develop certain protocols to take advantage of the opportunities available through such an AI-assisted approach.

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Blaas, Q., Pelosi, A. & Brown, A. (2023, September). Reconsidering Artificial Intelligence as Co-Designer. In Digital Design Reconsidered Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe (eCAADe 2023), Graz, Austria (2 pp. 559-566). eCAADe.

Conference name

Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe (eCAADe 2023)

Conference start date

2023-09-20

Conference finish date

2023-09-22

Title of proceedings

Digital Design Reconsidered

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2

Contribution type

Published Paper

Publication or Presentation Year

2023-09-11

Pagination

559-566 (8)

Publisher

eCAADe

Publication status

Published

Place of publication

Graz, Austria

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