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Powering the future with ChatGPT’s 3D Printed creations.
“Clippy” was a virtual assistant introduced by Microsoft in 1997 to assist users in its Office suite, while Clippy was eventually discontinued.
With recent 3D printing and natural language processing advancements, Clippy is powered by AI technology like ChatGPT. Clippy can respond to user inquiries in real-time using advanced language models like GPT-3.
Combining the nostalgia of Clippy with the power of AI, a 3D-printed and ChatGPT-powered Clippy could offer users a unique and engaging way to interact with their devices, whether it’s answering questions or providing guidance, or just offering a friendly greeting.
Clippy’s Back — 3D Printed and Powered by ChatGPT.
The 3D-Printed hotel is a futuristic oasis
The world’s first 3D-printed hotel is designated to be built in Marfa, Texas, using technology from the 3D-printing startup, Icon. The company is known for its innovative use of large-scale 3D printing to construct affordable and sustainable homes.
According to reports, the hotel will be a 2,000-square-foot building featuring multiple guest rooms, a lobby, and other amenities. Marfa’s natural landscape and local architecture will reportedly inspire the design.
One of the benefits of 3D printing technology is that it allows for greater design freedom and flexibility, as Bjarke Ingels, the architect behind the hotel’s design, noted in a statement to Architectural Digest that the technology can produce complex shapes and organic forms at the exact cost as more detailed designs.
It will be interesting to see how this innovative use of 3D printing technology will impact the construction industry and the future of hospitality design.