22/07/17

Artificial intelligence may soon help fill the gap between your interior design skills and your imagination.

 

 

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https://www.inc.com/ben-sherry/ai-interior-design-small-business.html

 

Glossary

  • nebulous –  (especially of ideas) not clear and having no form
  • roster – a list of people’s names, often with the jobs they have been given to do

 

True or False?

1. Unless you are the owner of a business that operates over the Internet, the way your office will look is of minor significance.

2. Majority of software tools which can create digital representations of your space are challengjng to learn if you don’t specialise in the area.

3. It was crucial for the creators of Bubbles to make sure people who are not digital natives will be able to use it with ease.

4. I. model Ludwig will help match furniture with a given space.

5. The price of this application hasn’t been revealed yet.

6. Ludwig might turn out useless as its project might feel impersonal.

7. Fülhaus concentrates on furniture for hospitals.

8. According to Float’s Etnier people would rather opt for a human designer than a designing tool.

Key: 1. F; 2T; 3T; 4. T; 5T; 6F; 7F; 8T

 

Practice Makes Perfect

 

Fill in the gaps in he article Humans Are The Future Of AI with the words/phrases in bold below:

intermediary                         overpromise               impact            valuable             disenchanted

evolve              game-changer           single-handedly             rap      underdeliver

AI has had a bad 1. ……. in recent years. It’s said to 2. ………. and 3 …………. . Expectations were initially high, but the rollout of artificial intelligence left CIOs feeling frustrated and 4. ………. . Many feel it’s not worth another try, and skepticism remains about AI’s ability to support businesses and bring true value.

But as with all things in life, we 5. ……… , learn from mistakes and make things better. Failure is part of success, and we grow from it. I believe it is worth taking a look at the power of AI in its latest evolution and its ability to 6. ………. businesses in an exceptional way.

The initial deployments of AI taught the industry that it is not going to 7. ………… revolutionize our workforce. For that to happen, we need humans to work alongside AI to benefit from it. There will always be a need for a human 8. ……….. to build trust and interact with the AI as it learns and automates. That was the missing link.

 (…) I firmly believe that AI can and will be a ………….. for businesses and for the humans that run and work in those businesses. By saving time, making things simpler and therefore making space for humans to do what they do best, the progress of AI shows considerable promise for everyone. What could be more 10. ………. than that?

In order to read the whole article, go to: https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2022/07/11/humans-are-the-future-of-ai/?sh=777fce0b5e80

Key: 1. rap; 2. overpromise; 3. underdeliver;  4. disenchanted; 5. evolve; 6. impact; 7. single-handedly; 8. Intermediary; 9. game-changer; 10. valuable

Discuss:

  • What comes to mind when you hear the term ‘artificial intelligence’?
  • What is AI?
  • What are the the good things about and some dangers of artificial intelligence?
  • Will artificial intelligence ever be more intelligent than humans?
  • How is artificial intelligence helping us today?
  • How would you like artificial intelligence to help you?
  • Will artificial intelligence ever replace the need for people to work?

 

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How A.I.-Generated Art Could Solve Your Company’s Design ProblemsWith just a text prompt, Dall-E 2 can deliver original concept art and product design ideas in seconds.

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https://www.inc.com/ben-sherry/dall-e-artificial-intelligence-ai-generated-art.html

 

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