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<p>Artificial Intelligence is a cutting-edge technology expanding very quickly into every industry. It has made its way into structural engineering and it has shown its benefits in predicting structural performance as well as saving modelling and experimenting time. This paper is the first one (out of three) of a broader research where artificial intelligence was applied to the stability and dynamic analyzes of steel grid-shells. In that study, three Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) with 8doi:10.36227/techrxiv.12678371 fatcat:u7ux7qujvvhird7l2d2g54st5u