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This AI Imagery Program Will Change the Way You Look at Architecture: Radical Visions of Future Cities

 

This AI Imagery Program Will Change the Way You Look at Architecture: Radical Visions of Future Cities

 

What happened?

We have all seen the movies and read books where a future city is a complete and utter mess. Skyscrapers that are falling apart, streets that are overcrowded and polluted, and a general feeling of chaos. However, this does not have to be our future! With the help of an AI imagery program, we can see what our cities could look like if they were designed with sustainability. In this blog post, we will take a look at the work of Manas Bhatia, an architect who is using AI to create beautiful and sustainable structures for the future.

 

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Why is this important?

As our population grows, we must start thinking about how to design our cities to be sustainable. With the help of AI, we can create buildings that are not only aesthetically pleasing but also serve a purpose. For example, Manas Bhatia's "air purification towers" would not only look beautiful but would also help to keep the air clean!

 

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What does this mean for the future?

This is a fascinating time for architecture and sustainability! With the help of AI, we can create radical visions of future cities that are both beautiful and sustainable. As more architects and designers begin to use AI-powered techniques, we will start to see a radical change in the way that future cities are designed. We will move away from traditional designs that are focused on maximum efficiency and towards designs that are focused on aesthetics and sustainability. This is an inspiring time for architecture and sustainability! With the help of AI, we can create radical visions of future cities that are both beautiful and sustainable. We hope that more architects and designers will use this technology to create a bright future.

 

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What do you think about this new technique?

Do you think it is a step in the right direction? Or do you think it is unnecessary? Let us know in the comments below!


Author: Christian Kromme

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