Now that AI systems can generate realistic images and convincing prose, are creative and knowledge workers endangered or poised for productivity gains? A panel of experts says it’s not so clear-cut.
US workers are not skilled enough to meet the next generation of manufacturing. But efforts to train them are underway.
Teams from UT, Texas A&M University, Auburn University, and Mississippi State University competed in the inaugural SEC Machining Competition.
UT’s researchers represent chemistry, chemical engineering, ecology and evolutionary biology, mathematics, materials science and physics.
Duty comes to IACMI with more than 20 years of research experience in advanced manufacturing.
The findings may have real-world impact on material sustainability and durability for products such as car tires.
UT is producing advanced manufacturing’s leaders of tomorrow, including José Nazario.
UT and partner institutions will help expand state and regional economic competitiveness
New Eastman Innovation Center will enable deeper collaboration on impactful research.
Lynne Parker will lead UT’s artificial intelligence research and education initiative.
UT’s expertise in advanced manufacturing and workforce development is a key component.
John Schmisseur aims to further advance UTSI’s role in conducting research and workforce development for the nation’s aerospace and defense needs.