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Pierre Cutellic: How do you use AI in your work?

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March 16, 2020
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Pierre Cutellic is a trained architect and designer. He is currently conducting research as a PhD fellow at the Chair of Computer-Aided Architectural Design, Institute of Technology for Architecture, ETH Zürich 2016. His research focuses on the integration of peculiar neuro-signals together with machine learning, for decision making and learning automation of architectural modelling and design processes. Pierre graduated with a degree in Architecture from E.N.S.A. Paris-Malaquais in 2007, and joined the AEC consulting firm Gehry Technologies (nka. Trimble Consulting) from 2008 to 2010 as a consultant for large culture & arts projects in the EU and United Arab Emirates. From 2010 to 2015, he was teaching as Adjunct-Assistant Professor in digital knowledge and practices, integrative design and production, human computation and algorithmics at the Digital Knowledge Dept. of Paris-Malaquais. His past professional experience and academic research have been frequently published in AEC related journals and conferences since 2010. Prior to joining ETH, Pierre was a lecturer at the CNPA Laboratory of EPF Lausanne since 2014.

He participated in the round table Human and Artificial Perception as a part of Forum Vertigo 2020.