Combine the sensitivity of designer intuition and the brute force of machine intelligence
By developing feedback loops in which human users and computers interact, learn, and work together, it is possible to create a system with new abilities which extend the ability of a designer.
At Digital Blue Foam we have created the world's first augmented intelligence design tool for building design.
Augmented intelligence is already embedded within many well-known products. It is particularly evident in word-processing applications: MS Word’s spell-checker, the Hemmingway Editor, and Grammarly (an online grammar checker) are a few everyday examples of augmented intelligence. The ‘design ideas’ feature in Powerpoint, which uses augmented intelligence to help non-designers improve their layouts, is another example.