This course examines the role of AI in the past, present, and future of architecture as a practice, rather than as an aesthetic discipline. First, we examine the peaks of inflated expectations and troughs of disillusionment that have followed artificial intelligence in its applications to the built environment so far. Second, to understand where we probably are going, we examine case studies from industries further along in the AI adoption curve, such as mobile gaming and industrialized manufacturing. This course posits that the new epistemological structures AI will render on practice are complex, inevitable, and may reward new kinds of actors in our domain, architectural and otherwise. But we believe architects who accept the task of self-determining fresh methodologies of practice will have the opportunity to leverage AI toward profitable, ethical, and sustainable ends.