FREE WEBINAR: Can AI Algorithms Design Better Than Humans?

The Cloud’s Impact on AI and Machine Learning

The Cloud’s Impact on AI and Machine Learning

DATE: Tuesday, October 6, 2020
TIME: 2:00 PM ET/11:00 AM PT

Classic CAD programs have always been sophisticated geometry-sculpting engines, with the designer using his or her industry experience to determine the final shape.

However, the emerging generative design (GD) applications, augmented with on-demand computing, promise a new breed of intelligent CAD, capable of conceiving designs the designer doesn’t even know he or she could consider. In the first episode of this three-part webinar series, we examine how close we have come to this vision.

Tune in to learn:

  • How can the generative design (GD) software’s proposals be better than the ideas from a veteran designer with domain expertise and years of field work?
  • Where does the workstation end and the cloud begin? What are the GD scenarios where on-demand cloud computing is necessary?
  • Can the GD algorithm learn the preferences, quirks, philosophy, and habits of a particular designer to reflect them in the proposed design options?
  • Can we trust that the designs proposed by a GD algorithm will stand up to pressures, turbulence, and heat loads as expected?
  • Currently what are the limitations of GD? Can the algorithms handle lattices and honeycomb structures? Can it intelligently exclude topology unsuitable for certain manufacturing methods, materials, or budgets, for example?

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Speakers

Thomas Saier
Founder/CEO
Edera Safety

Tom Jones
Solutions Architect
Amazon Web Services

Vikram Vedantham
Director of Fusion 360 Strategy
Autodesk

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Senior Editor
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