AI rejects conservative human views on furniture, designs wacky chair

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If you’re lucky enough to be in Italy for Milan Design Week this year, do yourself a favor and check out the world’s first “chair designed using artificial intelligence to be put into production.” With language that specific you know it must be interesting.

Kartell, Philippe Starck, and Autodesk, a 3-D software company, collaborated on the design, but ultimately the AI presented the final specifications. According to a report from Dezeen, the goal of the AI project was to create a chair as the result of communication between a machine learning system and human designers.

In a video discussing the project, Starck describes the process as being like having a conversation. He says:

Kartell, Autodesk and I asked the artificial intelligence

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