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Landscape Architecture Frontiers

Landsc. Archit. Front.    2018, Vol. 6 Issue (2) : 56-63     https://doi.org/10.15302/J-LAF-20180207
VIEWS & CRITICISMS |
DEFINITION, APPLICATION AND INFLUENCE OF ARTI FICIAL INTELLIGENCE ON DESIGN INDUSTRIES
Linghao CAI1(), Ling FAN2(), Wenbo LAI3(), Ying LONG4(), Peng WANG5(), Xiangyang XIN6()
1. Associate Professor at Landscape Architecture School of Beijing Forestry University
2. Founder of Tezign.com; Director of Design and Artificial Intelligence Lab of Tongji University
3. Associate Professor and Master Supervisor at the School of Architecture, South China University of Technology
4. Associate Professor and Doctoral Supervisor at the School of Architecture of Tsinghua University; Founder of Beijing City Lab
5. Senior Urban Planner; Assistant Chief Planner at Urbanspace Planning and Architectural Design Co., Ltd. (Shenzhen); Chief Scientist of Smart City, Academy of Urban Planning of China Fortune Land Development Co., Ltd.
6. Professor and Doctoral Supervisor at the School of Design of Jiangnan University
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Abstract

Artificial Intelligence significantly promotes humans’ production efficiency and facilitates our daily life. Meanwhile, the climate of people’s employment is also under great impact. Through a group interview with six scholars and designers from the fields of Architecture, Urban Planning, Landscape Architecture, and Industrial Design, Landscape Architecture Frontiers attempts to provoke public attention on the challenges and opportunities (would be) brought by Artificial Intelligence by asking three questions: What is Artificial Intelligence? How would it influence designers’ working process and final results? And, what lifestyles would we have in the future under the influence of Artificial Intelligence? Most interviewees agree that, though Artificial Intelligence has largely helped us lessen workload on repetitive or routine tasks, nowadays it can neither be intelligent enough to have selfconsciousness or perform creative jobs, nor offer ethical solutions or value judgments, because it is operated under weighted computing which is programmed by the majority rule. However, all the interviewees believe that Artificial Intelligence will make a big change on people’s future lifestyles, far beyond our imagination.

Keywords Artificial Intelligence      Design      Machine      Data     
Corresponding Authors: Linghao CAI,Ling FAN,Wenbo LAI,Ying LONG,Peng WANG,Xiangyang XIN   
Issue Date: 26 June 2018
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Linghao CAI,Ling FAN,Wenbo LAI, et al. DEFINITION, APPLICATION AND INFLUENCE OF ARTI FICIAL INTELLIGENCE ON DESIGN INDUSTRIES[J]. Landsc. Archit. Front., 2018, 6(2): 56-63.
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http://journal.hep.com.cn/laf/EN/Y2018/V6/I2/56
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