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Interesting Engineering | February 19, 2020
In our current state, artificial intelligence and generative design are some of the most exciting advances in engineering technology. However, should we be fearing that our jobs as engineers and designers can quickly be stolen? Having jobs stolen by robots is not a new fear, but it hasn’t always been one that extended into more technical career paths. Seeing how a robot could steal a manufacturing worker's job may be easy, but come on, they could never do what I do. Now, it’s sta...
GameAbove | June 16, 2022
The Eastern Michigan University alumni group, GameAbove, donates $610,000 to the GameAbove College of Engineering and Technology for a new upscale 38,000 sq. ft. park on the University's campus. Land construction began in the spring 2021 and is scheduled for completion for the fall semester and start of the 2022 academic year.
The new park is on the site of the former president's house between Goddard Residence Hall and Sill Hall, which more recently housed a sorority. The...
Engineering Tech, Construction
PR Newswire | June 01, 2023
Aurigo Software, the leading provider of capital planning and construction management software for infrastructure and private owners, is partnering with the University of Florida's Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering to develop a revolutionary system for underwater surveying, mapping, and inspection, provisionally named Bathydrone.
The current process to gather data for new underwater construction or the inspection of existing assets such as bridges, docks, an...
Enercon, Critical Engineering Group | June 05, 2020
Atlanta's 5th largest engineering firm has acquired a California company with expertise in serving data centers and communications centers. Terms of the deal between Kennesaw-based Enercon Services Inc. and Critical Engineering Group Inc. of Lafayette, Calif., were not disclosed in an announcement. The deal expands Enercon's existing services and positions the company for increased reach within the data center and mission-critical communications sector, according to the announcement.
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