“Artificial intelligence”–as though AI was going to work as some kind of magic-tech. A more useful way to think about AI — at least for the short-term — is “Augmented Intelligence.”
Artificial intelligence has become an exaggerated buzzword across many industries and the design. And the world is no exception. Today many industries are innovating to use AI technology. Machine learning, virtual reality, augmented reality, mixed reality and deep learning are significant in making a mark and creeping into the designing industry. Furthermore, most design jobs had defined by creative and intelligence. Designers are more accustomed to using “creative thinking” techniques than traditional creative careers. Designers will bring the sensible context needed for innovation, which will make a business successful with AI.
Provided goals, restrictions, sufficient high-level direction, and a problem to solve, these tools can let out several varieties of the design leaving planners to pick their top picks or keep re-blending them until they get closer to an extraordinary plan.
In Architecture, called parametricism 2.0, shows the possibility of technologically improved creativity. As we design virtual environments and large virtual cities, its implications have been explored in the gaming industry. Google’s DeepMind has developed a Deep Q artificial intelligence program that uses deep reinforcement learning to play Atari.
The real breakthrough with DeepMind’s Deep Q and its successor AlphaGo is that the AI doesn’t have any domain knowledge or expertise in gameplay. And one doesn’t need to code the rules of how to play. It has visual input, controls and aims to maximize its score. Until then, sports is an ideal testing environment for learning artificial intelligence.
In the future, designers will train their AI tools to solve design problems by modelling them based on their preferences.
What AI bring to the designing industry?
AIs are built by people, to solve problems for people. The AI-driven parameter design will dramatically increase the activity of many designers as designers can quickly and easily create millions of changes. Suddenly, we can explore a large number of alternatives in a short amount of time today. AI could also eliminate the need to prototype by providing information on ergonomics and usability by mapping out virtual simulations. All of which required physical prototyping for human interaction and testing.
AI uses algorithms to bolster a human designer’s work. For example, AI can use algorithms that consider which colours, shapes, text, etc. Go best with each other, and the designer can pick things up from there. The point is here that AI has undoubtedly impacting design in more ways.
Designers are instructing AI to work progressively like humans so they can help us in making dazzling designs in astonishing ways. Designers ten will have the option to create more models in the best quality. As an example, Wix’s algorithm will choose from billions of permutations to create a unique website in minutes.
“Wix artificial design intelligence algorithm is the stuff computer science dreams are made of, with results that are anything but robotic. Anyone will be able to use Wix ADI to create stunning, unique websites instantly that will set a new standard in web design.”
Future Virtual Designers
As we rush to create virtual worlds can create new demand for traditional design subjects such as architecture, interior design, object design and fashion. Challenges such as how we interact with each other in virtual reality and how we create and communicate shared experiences are not unique to this new medium but also require skills such as creativity and social intelligence, which are difficult to outsource to AI.
The power of AI is fast enough to analyze large amounts of data and suggest design adjustments. A designer can approve cherry-picks and adjustment based on that data. You can quickly create a more friendly design to test multiple prototype versions with A / B users.
Flexible design prototyping can be done with an AI planning tool that brings to life a library of installed UI components, with basic parameters scanned, several parameters to be presented in a prototype when aligned with a company design system. Airbnb is already doing that, generating design ready code with machine learning and computer-generated AI-enabled wireframe paintings.
When looking at the complex, challenging world of VR, AR, and MR, AI can help designers to build 3D VR worlds quickly and require a large number of creative tasks. Once a basic design has been established and given a few parameters, a smart AI system allows the designer to select design options for presentation.