Advanced Computing in the Age of AI|Tuesday, August 11, 2020
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iPhone Manufacturer Foxconn Plans for One Million Robots

Foxconn Technology Group has announced that it will significantly increase reliance on robots over the next three years.Full Article

Reshoring US Manufacturing: the Tools Are Here, the Time Is Now

There are many who decry the sad state of US manufacturing, especially in the face of seemingly invincible Chinese competition. But in reality, there are excellent reasons why both ...Full Article

From Detonation to Diapers at Los Alamos National Laboratory

When you think of Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) what comes to mind? Perhaps the first atomic test on July 16, 1945? Or scientists today busily tending the US ...Full Article

Car of the Future Doesn’t Crash

With advances in automotive technology leading to safer and smarter cars — the driver may one day be optional.Full Article

3D Printed Plane Soars

Unmanned aircraft goes from design to takeoff in less than a week using 3D printing.Full Article

The Power of Babble

When engineers talk about extrusion and tet meshing and FEA and so on, they're not trying to be pretentious — they're just speaking the language of engineering.Full Article

Lost in Space: RedEye Brings Direct Digital Manufacturing Down to Earth

RedEye, a specialist in direct digital manufacturing techniques, helped NASA develop a prototype for the dexterous humanoid robot known as Robonaut 2, or R2 to his friends. R2 was ...Full Article

Four Steps to Better Success with IT

Information technology consultant and retired CIO Paul Ingevaldson shares some solid advice for manufacturers: involve users in the IT process.Full Article

Will Defense Cuts Jeopardize US Manufacturing?

National Defense University professor believes proposed cuts to military spending could spell trouble for manufacturing industry.Full Article

Tsunamis and Supply Chains: The Perils of Global Manufacturing

While the practice of offshoring is intended as a cost-saver, sending key parts of the manufacturing process overseas can have unintended consequences.Full Article
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