OpenAI's Shap-E is an AI-driven system that can do text-to-3D-modeling. "When trained on a large dataset of paired 3D and text data, our resulting models are capable of generating complex and diverse 3D assets in a matter of seconds," write developers Heewoo Jun and Alex Nichol. In other words, just as ChatGPT threatens to replace writers and DALL-E can displace 2D artists, Shap-E will eventually be able to tackle pro-level CAD. Also, because it can use text as the input, it will require minimal tinkering to achieve voice-controlled CAD.
For now, it's a ways off before industrial design firms can start firing junior designers who handle the 3D modeling; Shap-E can handle meshes and NeRF (Neural Radiance Fields), both of which have limited utility in ID, but can't do vector or NURBs. Yet.