Top 5 Data Driven Design news this week.

Welcome to the Association of Data-Driven Design roundup. We aim to share a summary of current information and news on Data-Driven Design practices within the construction industry.

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1. INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

BSI Flex 1965 Built environment. UK BIM framework. Method of specifying:

The UK BIM Framework is a collection of BSI standards, guidance, and tools that support the adoption of information management using Building Information Modelling (BIM) within the UK.  Contracting authorities should adopt the UK BIM Framework along the supply chain. BSI Flex 1965 will help those producing specifications and those who respond to such specifications stay on the same information management page.

2. DIGITAL FABRICATION IN ACTION

Really looking forward to visiting this at Somerset House, London. AUAR Pavilion is now open in London!

https://www.somersethouse.org.uk/whats-on/this-bright-land

3. GENERATIVE DESIGN

What is generative design? | Jargon buster

Courtesy: PlaceTech & Delve Sidewalks Labs

4. ARTIFICAL INTELLIGENCE 1

Is artificial intelligence the architect of the future?

A new generation of increasingly sophisticated AI – such as Midjourney – unveils new possibilities for design: we have tried to figure out whether and how they will replace humans and their work.

Courtesy: DOMUS

5. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENE 2

Six things architects should know about artificial intelligence. From RIBA Journal no less.

Courtesy: RIBA Journal/Hypar

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