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i, Designer?

Advancements in Artificial Intelligence creativity should make us rethink the future of landscape architecture practice.

By Phillip Fernberg, Associate ASLA, and Brent Chamberlain

The built Eaton Corporation design derived from the drawings. Photo by D.A. Horchner/Design Workshop.

If you were to thumb through old issues of Science magazine, once you hit 1967 you would come across an obscure article coauthored by Allen Newell, an esteemed pioneer of artificial intelligence research, arguing for the validity of a new discipline called computer science. Continue reading i, Designer?