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jtm2020hyo

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Re: Exist Machine Learning or Artifitial Intelligence for Autocad?
« Reply #30 on: January 05, 2020, 11:37:04 PM »
The simplest is about writing macro's Autocad "Macro" is well useless it's just not editable. Look at excel record a macro you get some useful code, there are write lisp from keystrokes recorders you pay for them.

So for me, AI writes the code to repeat something I created.

how BIGAL mentioned, some should be a combination of macro and lisp, if they (Autodesk) do not have problems, then we have the light green to start the project.

I already have a lot of lisp, but 0 macros, anyway I think I already have what is necessary to start.

but I still did not find anything related to AutoCAD merged with Machine learning, at least I already have an idea thanks ta your post guys.

PD: any advance I will report you, maybe we can build this project guys, even just for hobby.

huiz

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Re: Exist Machine Learning or Artifitial Intelligence for Autocad?
« Reply #31 on: January 06, 2020, 08:18:18 AM »
It sounds like Design Automation to me, what you want to do.


Autodesk is developing Dynamo for this. I assume it will come in vanilla AutoCAD as well some day. It is a great start to use for design Automation. Also Autodesk is working on generative design software (Project Refinery).


Machine Learning is a bridge too far for Autodesk, so I wonder if you will succeed  :tongue2:



The conclusion is justified that the initialization of the development of critical subsystem optimizes the probability of success to the development of the technical behavior over a given period.

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Re: Exist Machine Learning or Artifitial Intelligence for Autocad?
« Reply #32 on: January 10, 2020, 02:57:03 AM »
A book about machine learning (A Guide for Making Black Box Models Explainable):


https://christophm.github.io/interpretable-ml-book/
The conclusion is justified that the initialization of the development of critical subsystem optimizes the probability of success to the development of the technical behavior over a given period.

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Re: Exist Machine Learning or Artifitial Intelligence for Autocad?
« Reply #33 on: January 10, 2020, 03:58:00 AM »
Not sure if this is covered yet, but take a look at BricsCad.  They are getting into this AI now.

jtm2020hyo

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Re: Exist Machine Learning or Artifitial Intelligence for Autocad?
« Reply #34 on: January 10, 2020, 08:05:30 AM »
It sounds like Design Automation to me, what you want to do.


Autodesk is developing Dynamo for this. I assume it will come in vanilla AutoCAD as well someday. It is a great start to use for design Automation. Also, Autodesk is working on a generative design software (Project Refinery).


Machine Learning is a bridge too far for Autodesk, so I wonder if you will succeed  :tongue2:

look nice, but sadly works just for Revit, I will choice AutoCAD over REVIT for AI or Machine Learning because of the AutoLISP. you just need to open a .txt for start. but for Revit, you need .NET (VisualBasic C+ C#, etc) and .Net IMO is very hard to work and 3D is painful. so that is a great point for AUTOCAD over REVIT, especially If you need a lot of them for AI or machine learning.


Not sure if this is covered yet, but take a look at BricsCad.  They are getting into this AI now.

I found this in Bricscad's shared link "A big problem in CAD is the increase in complexity. Machine learning is a possible solution", BricsCAD understands the point with Machine Learning.

I want to use, for example, AUTOCAD or BRICSCAD with the 1000 lisp that I already have or I will create, I do not want to pay others $10000 for a month for doing my work.

99% of my works are repeated the same lisp but in a different order, something like DYNAMIC MACRO is what I need.

IMO BricsCAD is making the winning play. but AUTODESK just wants to try to kill AutoCAD.


A book about machine learning (A Guide for Making Black Box Models Explainable):


https://christophm.github.io/interpretable-ml-book/


a lot of thanks, I will check it.