Fully automated design generation systems are rare. The basic idea behind them is that a creator outlines design parameters to the system, and it creates a solution very quickly (instantaneously in most cases). The creator then refines their specification (or rejects the solution w/out refining the specification), receives another design, critiques it, and repeats the process until they are satisfied with the design, or until the system has reached its limit and they take the results to work on it directly.
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