The Future of BIM Will Not Be BIM-and It's Coming Faster than You Think

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    Autodesk UniversityAutodesk University

    Süre: 50:59

    Join Bill Allen, partner and chief technologist at EvolveLAB, as he shares his predictions for the next 3 to 10 years. With advancements in generative design, software algorithms, and robotic construction, current processes will change. Rather than Building Information Modeling (BIM), we're apt to see Building Information Optimization. What does this mean for you? How do you play a part in this changing process?
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Kapture Share
Kapture Share

Ai take away jobes 😪

22 gün önce
Fco. José Pardina Casado
Fco. José Pardina Casado

Hands in your pocket?. Bad manners...

2 aylar önce
Stefano Toneatto
Stefano Toneatto

Excellent video. I've got some questions. Is there a way to model geometries like grasshopper did without using rhino but working just with dynamo? Time ago I needed to model some weird geometries for an historic palace and I did pretty much the same thing I've seen at minute 20:40 . The point is that I want to be shure what the best worklow is: Grasshopper + Rhino works fine for modelling and having a deep control on geometries while Dynamo is more for manipulating data from the model in Revit and managing it in schedules? Is this a correct vision of what to use during the project workflow? Thank you in advice Steve from Italy

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Aaron Smith
Aaron Smith

I just watched this video, I'm an architectural CAD Technician with 13yrs experience, moving from AutoCAD into Revit (far from a guru). I can guarantee that there are a lot of people in my position who will be unemployed in the future if this is the way things are headed. Programming and algorithms don't get me excited at all.

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Round
Round

this is like substance designer for BIM.

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steam steam
steam steam

Amazing and all but if I was able to attach my roof without splitting walls, place a date without a time stamp to the second on the titleblock and able to autogenerate legends, make vertical drop ceilings without having to place walls against the ceiling we would perhaps be more useful, realistic usecases for a lot of people instead of neglecting these flaws in the program and only focusing on these extremely advanced Dynamo applications that are useful to like 0.01% of the user base.

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Nithil Prasobh
Nithil Prasobh

I'm going to study BIM. when i saw the course details in that institute there are diploma in architecture BIM ,diploma in structural BIM,diploma in MEP BIM and diploma in construction BIM.Is it necessary architecture,structural and construction BIM for a mechanical engineering student like me

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Azaryas Zewdie
Azaryas Zewdie

The Technology was so dramatically developed. and it is so awesome to see this advancement.

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Gavin Crump
Gavin Crump

Is this really AI? All I see is a lot of front end script written by a human to drive a semi-automated output

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Hadi Akmal
Hadi Akmal

Actually this is progressive. Rather than having to do rows and rows of piles manually, it would be better to have it automatically generated with all its dimension and necessary information in an excel spreadsheet. Generating piles columns and beams are faster than manually modelling it and other areas can be prioritized for real modelling in the BIM model especially in big infrastructure projects like Railways, tunnels, Plants and many more as opposed to buildings.

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Daniel Henry
Daniel Henry

I saw where the construction industry was going, so I paid my way through college doing mediocre tasks at job sites so I could get my degree in CAD/BIM

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ouicertes
ouicertes

can computers recognize what a good design is besides efficiency?

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Danel Gegeev
Danel Gegeev

It can learn based on the big data or it can be programmed to use bench-marks of what the programmer's idea on good design was so not really

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Deivid Steffens
Deivid Steffens

What software is he using at 43:21?

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The Design Academy
The Design Academy

Hey fellow BIMers, great lecture. If you are looking for some more BIM content, checkout the BIM MASTERCLASS Course @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhK6pqTAQsY&t=13s

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rodolf lum
rodolf lum

a less pragmatic approach for robots doing construction and more suited to reality is the use of exos skeleton, As its more practical and human in touch for small and medium projects.

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Thomas Martin
Thomas Martin

All I hear is buzzwords... Your graphs to any one with critical thinking with no label on Y axis is red flag btw.

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Tinashe Kasiyamhuru
Tinashe Kasiyamhuru

Bravo! absolutely fantastic!

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Arch'Ciel Kalel
Arch'Ciel Kalel

Awesome, this future will be really nice!, Actually im forming myself in development of AI and this give a lot of ideas thankyou, Im a Civil Engineer From Colombia!

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M.T.H REVIT TUTORIALS
M.T.H REVIT TUTORIALS

I also have so many ideas for my channel.. Check it out if you are in Architectural field😉

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Jazz Purple
Jazz Purple

should we be concerned by his choice of jacket

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Marselluz
Marselluz

The time is here to die

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Muhammad Hashim M. Khater
Muhammad Hashim M. Khater

Perfect,,,I think of the new future of AI to increase the productivity.

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Tigris Brizs
Tigris Brizs

Wow.... im engineer for last 30 years, i didnt understand about what he talk. At first please stop produce false enfineering tools rike revit etc.

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Ajay Sharma
Ajay Sharma

BIM is future of construction...

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ialejo11
ialejo11

He is using Revit on a Mac. How can it be possible? there's exists a version of Revit for Mac OS?

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Anthea Johnson
Anthea Johnson

There is but its crap. You have to use Bootcamp and it's like 3 times more likely to crash

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Taylor Lee
Taylor Lee

Love this. AI will never be able to design... but it will give computers a much needed boost. 80% of my day is performing tedious tasks when I could be spending that time designing. I don’t want to mess with excel all day. I don’t want to learn how to adaptive model HVAC systems. My job is to build an amazing building... not to fiddle with one on a screen. So I welcome the robots.

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Paul McKnight
Paul McKnight

its a bit like when Bronze came along and all the guys who worked stone had to learn new stuff.....

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Paul McKnight
Paul McKnight

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-EGAtLGDU7M

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Madison Van Herk
Madison Van Herk

Except nearly every single design firm of any form is very up to date with the most recent technology, and has adapted multiple times as the industry changes. I wouldn't equate this FuturologyTM pipe dream to anything resembling reality, or the future.

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Refuso Againo
Refuso Againo

The 'gap' between what is developing in this industry, and what I see on the street being built today, here in southern California is like comparing the 21st Century to the last. Around the corner from us, someone just started a $million+ house that so far indicates no special knowledge of anything. Just another stucco Mcmansion. As with most buildings in southern California, the first thing they do is stick about two tons of cement heat sink, to the entire outside of the building, to ensure that when it gets to 121F, the building stays that hot, all night long too. Smart. (This is sarcasm for those who missed it) I spend part of my time using Sketchup to design passive buildings for the desert. I'm at the point of attempting to integrate Beopt (Building energy optimization) analysis software from Nrel.org, to determine relationships between thermal mass and glass surfaces, where radiant heat begins to warm the building, and the effects of thermal chimneys and a comprehensive ground connection, to cool it off. I just installed a radiant barrier on the roof of our house and it's making a noticable difference already (but isn't code until next year). Sketchup does a lot of this surface modeling natively, without plugins even. Some interesting uses of materials can result; The carpet piece model in the video would be a good way to use cut-offs. Back in Quebec, in the '80s we would take that waste lumber and edit out the worst parts with a table saw and planer and glue the rest together into large blocks. One carpenter was especially good at Chainsaw Assisted Craftsmanship and could do what you see above, to make and entire staircase, a kitchen or almost anything in the house that needed that custom, laminated wood, Timothy Leary look. His work was actually quite spectacular and unlike anything I've seen since.

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Gherda Iulian
Gherda Iulian

I'm a bit late with watching this video but I fully disagree with him at the end of the video. He's talking about robots doing (and affecting of course) humans jobs like that's not gonna be a BIG problem. For sure it will be. In my opinion going on this path will create a huge gap between people (and companies) capable of such things and the rest. He's saying it will optimize design. Agree. But this will definitely lead to erasing a lot of companies that cannot afford that specific software with the specialized people and what will they do? You can argue this by saying that they need to step up, to learn, to become better and better but how many will actually be capable of doing it? Let's face it, a few. I fear that some SciFi movies we've watched weren't far from how our future will look like. And let's not forget that anything that's online, which of course is valid for any software, is hackable. Let's hope that this "transformation" (I don't wanna call it evolution) will be a slow one giving us the opportunity to see its possible negative impact on people.

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Autodesk University
Autodesk University

Good and thoughtful discussion here. Thanks for weighing in. These are challenges we need to navigate together.

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roman2011
roman2011

Universal wages can’t come fast enough. I’m tired and can’t keep up :(

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Rpplerarr
Rpplerarr

16:17 Worst ceiling design I've ever seen!

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Packie Mack
Packie Mack

"So computers are going to take over !!! doing that as well !!! " Yeah that pretty much sums up our future. Always looking for the easy way to do EVERYTHING! What will there be left to do for us and live for then ? And the REAL force behind it ? (as usual) Money !!! These companies will pay a few million for these robots, and then the human input will no longer be required = no more wages/salary output. (assuming Robots won't be asking for payment) HaHa I just hope some day these Robots have 'Robot Rights' and have days-off and all that good stuff = Check Mate! Totally off topic but heck, I thought I'd share. The Title really reads "The Future of BIM will not be Human! - and it's coming faster than you think! (absolutely!)

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routt ookc
routt ookc

Can it make a owner/ client make a decision and stick to it? Asking for a friend...

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Morné Coetzee
Morné Coetzee

routt ookc 😂😂😂 I vote for this feature too!

7 aylar önce
bluewaves overfuji
bluewaves overfuji

this seemed to explain AI BIM a little clearer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A31A8KDC9S4&feature=youtu.be

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Wojciech Migda
Wojciech Migda

Algorithms and what computers do is based on what a human designed it to- so it is all humen after all. Except we are talking about artificial intelligence but that is a dangerous road....

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Narces Montes
Narces Montes

But where is the concept? It has no personality, no soul, no feelings, no taste. it is basically a box with fancy shapes.

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MGang TV
MGang TV

God bless everyone still waking up everyday chasing their dreams salute

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arkceit arjun
arkceit arjun

I already feel so smart.

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Angela Palmer
Angela Palmer

Really great presentation

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Jon Topham
Jon Topham

So you can make some curves and use some buzzwords but you'll only reach true parametric design when it includes mep and structural element optimization and includes a whole suite of calculations within the software

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Abdulaziz A
Abdulaziz A

yeah which is a structural engineer not an architect

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Daniel Henry
Daniel Henry

Yes you're always going to need a human element

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Test1 \test2
Test1 \test2

Jon Topham you get it

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