Happy Monday everyone! Here’s our list of ANSYS webinars for this week. You can register today for the session(s) that grab your interest. For a more complete listing of ANSYS webinars, please visit our Events Calendar.
Happy Monday everyone! Here’s our list of ANSYS webinars this week. We’re pretty excited to be launching the NEW ANSYS in ACTION series this week as well. If you haven’t heard of it, or checked it out yet, I encourage you to do so. There are a lot of great topics coming up that I think you’ll like.
And now, here’s what’s up this week. Continue reading
My picks for the Top 5 engineering technology articles are focused on the topic of artificial intelligence this week — a topic I personally find fascinating. AI technologies already permeate our lives and have been fueled in part by cloud computing and web-based data gathering, so I hope you’ll enjoy exploring this fast going research area with me.
Microsoft is putting Cortana machine learning in a fridge
What If Intelligent Machines Could Learn From Each Other?
Study says artificial intelligence will change our lives but won’t kill us
How Artificial Intelligence is Helping Japanese Cucumber Farmers
New center to align AI systems with human values
I’d also encourage you to check out our face-to-face seminars coming to your local area if you prefer a more hands on approach to learning about ANSYS products. Check out our full Events Calendar today. Continue reading
This week my Top 5 engineering technology article picks include further advances in contact lenses technologies, autonomous and flying taxis, $18 million in funding for engineering research cut loose and putting a chip in our brains.
- How your contact lenses could talk to your phone
- Uber is about to start giving rides in self-driving cars
- Airbus is building a high-speed flying taxi fleet
- NSF wants engineering researchers to bend rules (of classical physics)
- Putting a computer in your brain is no longer science fiction