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Artificial Intelligence and the coming of the self-designing machine - Ars Technica

AI and generative design are set to change everything we know about manufacturing.

by Pam Baker - Dec 6, 2018 3:00 pm UTC

Welcome to Ars UNITE, our week-long virtual conference on the ways that innovation brings unusual pairings together. Each day this week from Wednesday through Friday, we're bringing you a pair of stories about facing the future. Today's focus is on AI in manufacturing and space--stand by to blast off!

Manufacturing is in the early stages of a state of disruption brought on by technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and 3D printing. "Additive manufacturing" has already worked itself into companies such as Porsche and Bugatti, and aircraft builder Airbus is experimenting with UAV THOR, a drone made entirely of 3D-printed parts. At the same time, AI is coming into play in a number of ways, in everything from analytics to ...

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Microsofts latest security service uses human intelligence, not artificial

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arstechnica.com     1+ mon ago

Computers are good at processing vast amounts of data, but humans still have their uses. Microsoft has announced two new cloud services to help administrators detect and manage th...

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Lidar, short for light radar, is a crucial enabling technology for self-driving cars. The sensors provide a three-dimensional point cloud of a car's surroundings, and the concept h...

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