Robots talking at a water cooler created by Dall-E 2
This month’s Dezeen In Depth newsletter looks at whether architects could lose their jobs to artificial intelligence and features an interview with Bjarke Ingels. Subscribe to Dezeen in Depth now. As part of our AItopia series exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) will impact architecture and design, Dezeen examined whether the technology could end up taking architects’ jobs.
As part of the piece, we spoke to New York-based designer Sebastian Errazuriz, who express concern about the impact AI will have on jobs.
“It’s an enormous issue that we need to try and deal with,” he said.
“People always say, ‘but isn’t AI just another tool?’ Right now it looks like a tool, but the tool is getting really good, really fast – and the purpose of this tool is to think for itself.”
Bjarke Ingels speaking at the UIA World Congress of Architects 2023
Bjarke Ingels discussed what it’s like to be one of the world’s best-known architects

July’s Dezeen in Depth also features an opinion piece from David A Banks on how “cities are branding themselves into predictably unique products” and an exclusive interview with Bjarke Ingels, who discusses what it’s like to be one of the world’s best-known architects and the current limitations of AI.
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