Fundamentally Rethinking Engineering Design
Engineering is slow, painful and expensive. Modern engineers and inventors have been reduced to manual executors, that make small repetitive changes in spreadsheets, CAD and simulations. Engineering used to be about pushing humanity forward, about putting people on the moon and building technologies that pushed the frontier of what was possible. Today we no longer try because it's too hard.
The next century for Mechanical Engineers is the era that matters. We will build robotics at a scale and complexity previously unimaginable, design city level infrastructure to deal with rising population numbers, and eventually create cities on other planets. Our technology will enable a new golden age of engineers, technologies and companies that aren't possible today.