Bricklyne wrote:Thanks Mr. Bricklyne, the question now is, how do we escape that cycle of utter madness?
This is an excellent post and response.
I couldn't have said it better myself.
Any of it.
You've boiled down architecture and construction down to a "t".
Thank you for that.
Yes - unfortunately AC is nowhere near able to support architects in such a high-paced workflow.
these days, i tried https://chat.openai.com/auth/login to get some code for GDL. It told me, its capable of GDL, but that was not right - it made code for something like phyton and pretendet it was GDL. But it was interesting for me to chat with the AI-bot itself. The developer did not give the AI full Access to the In formation in the Internet, so i could not make it "learn" gdl from existing informations in the internet. Then i tried to intend it to write a children-story about "Räuber Hotzenplotz" - a famos children story wit my own parameters. Its astonishing, what results it gave me back - really! And - all in german!
When thinking in future - this will change the work-flow of an Architect in a way, we cant pretend really now. Maybe, the only work left for a human will be to design the outer geometry and the room-function-list and what kind of building material should be used.. Who knows... Is this the world we want? Do we have a choice?
Isaacs Asimovs rules for Robots should really be implemented in AI's and also in us - by the way.
Its not implemented yet - i asked for it, it knew it and told me that it wasnt. And it suggested it to implement it...
Lets hope someone is using AI to build a better software rather than dishing out design solutions - it sure would be tragic if we never get to see the full potential of Computer Aided Design, instead jumping straight to Computer Driven/Generated Design.
I was wondering about this also, thanks for trying! I suspect it has everything to do with the volume and type of training data and seed data it can receive. When GPT4 is open to the internet - there may be greater possibilities. ....