Decidedly the least grounded profession in the field of engineering, aerospace engineers examine our relationship with the world above us. Since the field’s official 1958 emergence, engineers have helped humans travel — commercially, militarily, and exploratively. Aerospace industry advancements have improved how quickly, safely, and efficiently this has been made possible. They have also paved…
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A detailed look at how and why AI is being integrated into the healthcare industry.
No matter how you slice it, creating an optimized design takes ample planning and experimentation. It’s essential that products meet certain performance (and durability) requirements under specific operating conditions, and teams must also balance these goals with cosmetic standards. The design process has always been collaborative and iterative. Generative design — the alternative…