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The Learning Continues from AU Las Vegas 2017

AU Las Vegas 2017 may be done and done, but in many ways the learning is just beginning. The new workflows, approaches, and ideas from last week are still sinking in. The new perspectives are still taking hold. From more efficient ways to handle everyday tasks to new outlooks on the future of making things,

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What’s Trending at AU Online: February 2018

Want to know what your colleagues and peers are learning at AU online these days? Check out the sessions that have been attracting the most attention recently.

Fusion 360 101: Introducing Fusion 360

Speakers: Phil Eichmiller, Bryce Heventhal, Aaron Magnin, Joel Palioca

There’s a first time for everything,

Autodesk University

AI at AU—Get Up to Speed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

Artificial intelligence—AI to its friends—has been making headlines in a major way over the past few years, with everyone from Amazon to Google to Microsoft to Facebook doubling down on their development efforts and companies of all kinds increasing investment.

The folks over at FastCo recently talked to experts in the field to get their predictions for AI in 2018.

Autodesk University

How Not to Train Your Team – The 7 Deadly Sins

Corporate trainings—the good ones can boost productivity, collaboration, and profitability for your entire company. But there are so many ways to do corporate training wrong.

Donnie Gladfelter and Jason Kunkel’s top-rated AU 2017 class looks at all the biggest and most common mistakes and then shows you how to overcome,

Stephanie Wells

Doing More, Better, with Less: Andrew Anagnost’s Vision for the Future of Automation

Have you heard the news? Automation is happening.

Actually, it’s been happening for several centuries, which has been cause for both great rejoicing and great consternation. But it’s happening faster now, as more and more of the tasks of our daily and professional lives are handled by machines.

Stephanie Wells

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