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New research by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA):

41% of architects now using AI on occasional projects

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) report underscores the growing utilisation of artificial intelligence (AI) by UK architects. Presently, 41% of architects use AI on occasional projects, with 43% acknowledging its positive impact on design efficiency. Looking forward, 54% anticipate AI integration within two years, expecting a 57% improvement in design efficiency. However, investment in AI research and development lags, with 69% of practices yet to invest. AI holds promise for sustainable urban development, with 57% of architects foreseeing its use for environmental analysis and 49% believing it's essential for complex projects like climate adaptation. Challenges include concerns about work imitation (58%) and job displacement (36%).

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Architects express diverse views on AI, with some valuing its efficiency while others stress maintaining professional integrity and creativity. RIBA President Muyiwa Oki recognises AI's disruptive potential and advocates responsible innovation. He announces RIBA's Expert Advisory Group on AI to address ethical, professional, and competitive implications. Oki emphasises AI's pivotal role in shaping architecture's future, fostering inclusivity, resilience, and sustainability.

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