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Can artificial intelligence (AI) be used to improve work-life balance in the future of architecture and engineering? Are users likely to co-author with artificial intelligence? Autodesk AI Labs is dedicated to researching forward-looking AI theories and technologies and assisting product teams and customers in developing user-centric AI applications. In this webinar, we'll share AI Lab's research over the past year and explore how these latest developments may change the design and manufacturing-related industries.

During this session, you will learn:
  • Introduction on Autodesk Research
  • AI-Assisted Design
  • Research History 2017-2019
    a. Interactive Design Tools
    b. BIM-GAN(Generative Adversarial Networks): from Design Sketch to BIM ad VR
  • Latest Research Results
    a. House-GAN: relational Generative Adversarial Networks for Graph-constrained House Layout Generation
    b. Machine Learning to Simulate and Design for Structural Engineering
  • Research and Vision
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Mr. Chin-Yi CHENG, Principal Research Scientist, Autodesk
Mr. Chin-Yi Cheng is a Principal Research Scientist at Autodesk AI Lab. He is a researcher, designer, programmer, engineer, as well as a cook. He loves to switch between these roles and will often play multiple roles at the same time. His research interest is to explore human-AI collaborative systems, where designers and engineers can work seamlessly with AI, and therefore, create better designs efficiently. In his spare time, Chin-Yi enjoys cooking creative and delicious dishes for his family and friends.

Chin-Yi holds a dual Master’s degree in Computational Design and Computer Science from MIT. He also holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from National Cheng Kung University and studied Mechanical Engineering when he was in Taiwan.
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