Design engineers eye artificial intelligence

Maurer, Michael
December 1993
Crain's Detroit Business;12/6/93, Vol. 9 Issue 49, p9
Reports on the evaluation of the use of artificial intelligence in computer-assisted design, manufacturing and engineering. Automation of design creations using artificial intelligence; Input of supports and constraints from human engineers; Ability of artificial intelligence in imitating human thinking; Investment of companies in quality design.


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