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Dezeen and Autodesk to present talk on role of data and AI in architecture industry

Dezeen has partnered with Autodesk to present a panel discussion about the role of AI and data in architecture practice. Watch the talk on Dezeen at 4:00pm London time, Monday 8 May.

The panel will feature Brooke Grammier, chief information officer at Cannon Design, Knut Ramstad, partner and chief technology officer at Nordic Office of Architecture, Harlen Miller, associate design director and senior architect at UN Studio, and Amy Bunszel, EVP of architecture, engineering and construction design solutions at Autodesk.

The talk will be moderated by Dezeen editor Tom Ravenscroft.

Amy Bunszel, Autodesk executive vice president of architecture, engineering and construction design solutions will be introducing the panel discussion

The speakers will discuss the role of AI within the design process and the effect it may have on the future of the architecture industry.

The talk coincides with the launch of the first set of capabilities of Autodesk Forma, an industry cloud that unifies workflows across teams, specifically those that design the built environments.

One of the key features of Forma is it's use of AI-powered automations to streamline the design and planning process.

The panel will explore questions such how the use of big data is changing the role of the architect, and how to future-proof the industry in the midst of increasingly fast technological change.

Autodesk is a corporation that creates software and custom services for architecture, engineering, construction and manufacturing industries.

The talk will be broadcast on Dezeen as well as Youtube and Facebook. Sign up here to stay notified about the event.

Partnership content

This talk is produced by Dezeen for Autodesk as part of a partnership. Find out more about Dezeen partnership content here.