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Join Autodesk to learn about the impact of cloud technology on product development and collaboration.

Please join Kenneth Wong, Senior Editor for Digital Engineering; Tom Jones, Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services; Vikram Vedantham, Director of Fusion 360 Strategy, Autodesk; and a host of other industry experts, partners and customers as the explore the latest trends in product development in the cloud. Register for any or all of these sessions:

Episode 1: Can AI algorithms design better than humans?  The Cloud’s Impact on AI and Machine Learning

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 this episode, we examine how close we have come to this vision.

Register here.

DATE: Tuesday, October 6, 2020

TIME: 2:00 PM ET/11:00 AM PT

 

Episode 2: Can you remain productive in the new normal? Collaborating Remotely through the Cloud

Forced to adopt remote working protocols due to the lockdowns and travel restrictions, engineering teams are finding new ways to collaborate, using cloud-hosted storage and visualization technologies.

In many cases, they are discovering overlooked efficiencies and cost savings from the flexibility of the cloud. In this episode, we hear frontline stories about engineers and designers coping with the new normal.

Register here.

DATE: Tuesday, October 20, 2020

TIME: 2:00 PM ET/11:00 AM PT

 

Episode 3: Can you make the leap from analog and mechanical to digital and automated? The Cloud is Changing the Way Products are Designed

From autonomous cars to smart home-monitoring devices, sensor- and software-driven products are poised to are poised to change the manufacturing landscape. The recent supply chain disruptions from the Coronavirus-related shutdowns have also prompted many to reconfigure manufacturing processes and explore 3D printing.

Can firms that have historically worked with classic manufacturing technologies survive the winds of change?

Register here.

DATE: Tuesday, November 3, 2020

TIME: 2:00 PM ET/11:00 AM PT

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