As much as I hate to admit it, no, advanced wall framing is not the practie of having robots frame your home. Bummer.
"Advanced Framing" is actually a bit of a misnomer of a title, "Efficient Framing" would be a much more accurate representation. Advanced framing is simply put; the practice of using wood in the walls where it is necessary, and leaving it out when it is not.
The reason we want only the necessary amount of wood in the wall is because wood is a horrible insulator. The more wood there is in the wall cavity, the less space there is for proper insulation. Wood is not only a detriment to the overall R-value of the wall system, it also is what is known as a "thermal bridge". There is a thermal image photo to the right that clearly shows thermal bridging of studs. The grid work of yellow lines shows the house losing heat through every wood framing member that does not block the transfer of heat as well as the insulation between them.
Reduce lumber, increase efficiency. Simple
Another ancillary benefit to to advanced framing is reduced lumber cost. By using only the correct amount of lumber for the project, you are not paying for all the extra lumber to sit in your walls and sap energy, costing you money for the life of your home.
We precisely engineer every load bearing member to perform its structural duty while not overpopulating your wall/ceiling cavities with unnecessary wasteful timber. This is a how to build a high performing structure.
Here you can see multiple locations of clearly wasteful framing. The wide spots of lumber only are boxes made for partition walls to attach to. These are now hollow boxes that will never be insulated... at all. The proper way to do this is shown in the previous slide with the green ladder frames.