Artificial Intelligence is making us uncomfortable, and that’s a good thing.
With the constant pace of change catalyzed by emerging and nascent technologies’ unfettered diffusion across the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction community, we need to understand what people and technology do best, clarify what we could do, and be aspirational about what we should do. Instead of being defensive, reactive, or frustrated, we need to be nimble and opportunistic and embrace a growth mindset to augment and evolve our skill set, value proposition, and purpose within the built environment.
Join architects Matthew Krissel AIA and Randy Deutsch FAIA for an engaging, fast-paced talk that aims to reframe the questions we should be asking and elevate our expectations, including a behind-the-scenes look at the formation of the world’s first Built Environment Futures Council (BEFC), a national, diverse, and interdisciplinary group working to advance the discourse and opportunities for Artificial Intelligence in Design and Construction with actionable leadership, insight, and foresight relevant to practice.
Moderated by: Jonathan Klein