Computational Design

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June 24, 2022

The Quandary of Patenting A.I. Inventions

The word “robot” was first used to describe a humanoid in the 1920 fictional Czech-language play “R.U.R.” by Karel Čapek. A general fascination with machines becoming more “human” has been ...

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June 14, 2022

Things About Automation to Consider in Your Digital Journey

No longer relegated to the “big guys,” every year the capabilities for automation expand and become more achievable in the average company’s digital journey. It’s inevitable that your industry will ...

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June 9, 2022

How To: Generative Design with Revit

Generative design tools were added to Revit with version 2021. They can automate the execution of generative design studies in an iterative way. You can focus your attention on other ...

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May 19, 2022

Doing and Becoming Something New – Why Innovation Matters

As pointed out in an Autodesk University blog in January 2022, innovation has its own lifecycle. Things that are innovative become standard. Things that are standard become expected. Then they ...

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May 16, 2022

3 Computational Design Trends Redefining AEC Design

As consumers, we live in a landscape of digital change. Innovations are constantly evolving: new products, offerings, technologies, services, and rapid iterations. Consider the sheer volume of new apps on ...

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March 28, 2022

The Role of Dynamo in Generative Design

In the last few years, generative design has made waves as a potential disruptor in the design process. The basic premise of generative design is that through an algorithmic iterative design process, ...

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February 28, 2022

How machine learning can analyze your job data, prevent risk

Machine learning is a subset of artificial intelligence (AI). It uses algorithms that tell computers how to interpret data without having to be explicitly programmed to solve a specific problem.  ...

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February 21, 2022

5 Ways Micro-Credentials Will Affect AEC, Labor Shortage

Technologies are being implemented today that make the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry more interesting than ever. It’s an invigorating time to be involved in AEC, and the growth ...

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February 15, 2022

If you’re using Autodesk Cloud Credits, take note . . .

Cloud Credits are the virtual currency required for Autodesk software users to perform resource intensive tasks in the Autodesk cloud, for example renderings, simulations or generative studies. They were introduced ...

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February 11, 2022

3 Keys to Implementing Computational Design

In the recent Applied Software webinar, “Computational Design: A Guide to Implementation,” Anthony Zuefeldt, Christopher Riddell and Donnell Grantham described a framework you can work from as you implement better ...

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February 4, 2022

Computational Design: Intersection of humans and machines

A 2000 abstract by Frank Ulrich at the University of Koblenz states, “Delegation has been an important concept in different areas of computer science for a long time.” During the ...

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January 13, 2022

10 Best Bridging the Gap Podcasts of 2021

Bridging the Gap podcast with host Todd Weyandt spotlights mechanical, electrical and plumbing trades and the construction industry, covering advancements in technology, unique perspectives, stories of successful transformation, and the problem-solving ...

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