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How will engineers interact with artificial intelligence?

The future of engineering could be radically efficient.
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Dave: Good morning, HAL. I’d like to look at the possibilities for a lunar rover to extend surveys for materials needed for human colonization.

HAL: That sounds interesting, Dave. Hmmm . . . OK. I’ve looked through recent studies and found analyses of resource needs for groups of roughly 20 people that could eventually become self-sufficient. Is that the kind of program you are interested in?

Dave: That’s the ticket!

HAL: If we stay within the available envelope, there is space on next January’s Falcon Heavy launch.

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