Architecture and Artificial Intelligence

Fri, Apr 12    1pm

As strands of artificial intelligence increasingly touch almost all fields, how do they impact architecture and the built environment? What kinds of assumptions and bias might accompany machine learning for the physical world? Which specific roles and jobs in design and construction might be replaced by automation? What new forms of literacy and criticality are necessary in architectural education and practice?

Julie Dorsey, Yale Professor of Computer Science
Douwe Osinga, Principal Engineer, Sidewalk Labs
Moderated by David Benjamin

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