• Dishon Edward

Adapting Artificial Intelligence in our Life and Architecture



There is no doubt that technology driven development is changing the job market in the world.


We can see that in the future, Jobs such as Bookkeeper, Taxi drivers and Clerks can go disappear and they can be replaced by things called as Apps and Robots in the coming days.


Drones will be used to see the City and survey them and also to deliver things, it can also be used for security as a CCTV purpose and self driving cars controlling the future. 



People use computer so much and computers also have developed that they are not only used for mechanical task but they also develop themselves in a cognitive level.


Technology have developed rapidly that it has definitely saved time in our task and made our life comfortable over the period of time.


There has been update on apps almost every week where we can see the competition between the companies and accumulation of data has been the criteria in order to find the idea or the solution.


There are always people who have appreciated the fact that the technology has been helpful for them and looked it in a optimistic way in terms of economic value and innovation and there are others who are not happy about it in terms of social reliability, by raising voice over unemployment and inequality in the economy.  


Human Vs Robot



Research conducted by the World Economic Forum says that over 5 million jobs will be lost by 2050 most of them being administrative and office jobs. The Architects are well aware of the factors of the problems in so called “Coming of ages of Artificial Intelligence".  

 

Today self-learning which are called as Artificial Intelligence or AI are changing the way architecture is practised either in the design process or in the construction or as a result of the product. 


As an industry, Artificial Intelligence is growing in a profitable pace and it can be a business of $70 billion globally by 2020 from just $8.2 billion in 2013 according to the research done by Bank of America report citing IDC research. 


The human vs robot debate, while compelling, is not so much the focus here but instead how AI is augmenting design and how architects are responding to and working with these technological developments.


What kind of innovation is artificial intelligence generating in the construction industry and other professions? 


Past and Future of AI


While the idea of machines being made to work with the same power of human thinking and reasoning ability which dates back to the past.


The present day of Artificial Intelligence dates back to 1940, during the period of Alan Turing and his theory of computation, that his binary mathematic can solve any conceivable problems.


Hence, the idea of Artificial Intelligence was taken forth in educational communities where research were done in the 1950’s.


In 1960’s, the defence projects were done with the help of government Sponsoring for the project and in 1970’s the growth of artificial Intelligence was slowed down due to Fund from   Government had dried up. 


Hence the statistics and maths with the data and domain knowledge made them to resolve more complicated business problems.


Then was the entry of Robotics into the world, as they have entered into the factories, showcasing some revolutionary powers of machines to change the industry and the employment opportunities in it, powering the fear and fights against Artificial Intelligence Technology, it again slowed down and slowly had spread in all the industry to the modern world.




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