Architecture in the Age of Artificial Intelligence: An Introduction to AI for Architects

Bloomsbury Publishing, 18 nov 2021 - 272 páginas
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Artificial intelligence is everywhere – from the apps on our phones to the algorithms of search engines. Without us noticing, the AI revolution has arrived. But what does this mean for the world of design? The first volume in a two-book series, Architecture in the Age of Artificial Intelligence introduces AI for designers and considers its positive potential for the future of architecture and design.

Explaining what AI is and how it works, the book examines how different manifestations of AI will impact the discipline and profession of architecture. Highlighting current case-studies as well as near-future applications, it shows how AI is already being used as a powerful design tool, and how AI-driven information systems will soon transform the design of buildings and cities.

Far-sighted, provocative and challenging, yet rooted in careful research and cautious speculation, this book, written by architect and theorist Neil Leach, is a must-read for all architects and designers – including students of architecture and all design professionals interested in keeping their practice at the cutting edge of technology.

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1 What is AI?
2 The history of AI
3 AI art and creativity
4 AI media art and neuroscience
5 AI and architecture
6 The future of the architectural office
7 AI and the city of the future
8 The future of AI
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Neil Leach is an architect and theorist. He teaches at Florida International University, USA, the European Graduate School, Switzerland, and Tongji University, China. He has also taught at many other leading schools of architecture, including the Architectural Association, UK and Harvard University's Graduate School of Design, USA; he is a member of the European Academy and has been a NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts Fellow. He has published over 30 books on architecture and digital design, translated into six languages.

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