The wide availability of urban data and open-source Machine Learning models have given rise to more sophisticated Al-driven design tools for urbanists and architects alike. This allows for more complex and informed design decisions to be made in the urban domain. But what does it mean to have our urban landscapes shaped by algorithms? And will Artificial Intelligence augment our moral and aesthetic design decisions for the better?

Join Assistant Professor Sam Conrad Joyce as he unpacks these themes at the next DPXΔ He will share some approaches his team at the Meta Design Lab have taken in building more intelligent tools for the planners and architects at URA. and for industry practitioners in the business of shaping the cities of tomorrow.

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