Are we at the dawn of the AI-created city?

A new wave of generative design tools poses existential questions for urban planners and architects about the future of our public spaces

Just over a century since The Manifesto of Futurist Architecture declared the city must be rethought and rebuilt like an “immense and tumultuous shipyard” – “everywhere dynamic”, and the house like a “gigantic machine”, it may be that author Antonio Sant’Elia had things the wrong way around. 

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