While AI can help streamline processes, reduce errors, and increase efficiency, it’s important to remember that the human touch is still an essential part of the design process. And as much as AI can help humans, it’s important to remember that humans help AI too. As humans train and educate AI, we can help it to perform better for us, which means you have a hand in training Neo. (Did you ever imagine that?)
High quality data “is crucial to supporting successful AI, as models are only as good as the data put into them,” says Moses Guttmann, CEO and co-founder of ClearML. “This idea of data quality is an important part of having a solution that delivers consistent results, and this also needs to be understood ahead of adoption. Not enough decision-makers understand that AI is a never-ending process and also that as the data changes, the AI needs to adopt those changes ...”
In the interests of longevity, CAD and BIM professionals should continue to develop their skills in order to stay competitive, while also leveraging AI to its fullest potential. Let’s face it, when it comes to AI, you may never be able to put that sucker in a chokehold and wrestle it to the ground, so you may as well figure out how to make it work to your advantage, right?