Author: Alastair Low-Macrae
1 February 2022
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With the introduction of cognitive machines, the cybernetic processes that define structural engineering as a discipline are facing rapid change. However, by looking objectively at design as a cybernetic process, we can better understand the risks and rewards and find an optimum way for humans and machines to work in partnership, argues Paul Mullett.
Editor-in-Chief, Leroy Gardner, has selected a paper on the flexural buckling resistance of high-strength aluminium alloy H-columns as his ‘Featured Article’ from this issue. The article will be available free of charge for six months.
Peter Debney explores Artificial Intelligence and how it can help structural engineers.