Artificial intelligence thinks that the typical home in DC looks like a house you might see in Mount Pleasant or on Capitol Hill. At least, that was the result of a recent test done by home improvement and renovation firm All Star Home.
The company tested out an artificial intelligence (AI) generator to see how that tool envisions a “typical home” in states around the U.S.
"Heading to the nation’s capital, the Washington, D.C. home stands three stories tall and narrow, reminiscent of the rowhouse style that’s popular in neighborhoods like Capitol Hill," All Star Home stated.
To see A.I.-generated homes in other places around the U.S., click here.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/what_does_ai_think_the_typical_home_in_dc_looks_like/21301.
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