By now, most of us have been exposed to the rapid rise of artificial intelligence. Since the November 2022 launch of ChatGPT from U.S.-based artificial intelligence research company OpenAI, the subject has inundated mainstream media with opinions from everyday users, designers, and even “congressmen who code.” For those unfamiliar, the titular GPT is an acronym for “Generative Pre-Trained Transformer,” which leverages deep learning to provide real-time, human-like responses in text-based conversations; essentially, a sentient form of instant messaging.
The extent of ChatGPT capabilities have been astonishing, to say the least, as echoed by thousands across the internet. For architecture, the profession has been thrust
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