“We’re building a city the size of Paris each week, so every non-optimal project that’s built today is a missed opportunity for changing the world” –– this is one of the reasons why Carl Christensen founded an AI-driven architectural design startup, Spacemaker. The company raised over $30 million, was declared a startup of the year in Norway and was acquired for $240 million in just 4 years.
In this episode
We chat with Carl about:
What’s wrong with how cities are built?
What’s the result of non-optimal urban planning?
How’s urban planning done today?
Startup ecosystem in Norway
Where else can AI-driven design be valuable?
Will AI replace architects?
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