So I was watching a Netflix series recently because I have nothing better to do, and it was in a foreign language. The funny this is that he was doing a homework assignment and talking into his microphone on Microsoft Word and it would automatically type out what he is saying. Now I know Apple already has this on their new iPhone, but I was thinking I'm already obsolete because how hard would it be for AI to understand a MV spreadsheet and for somebody to write a little bit of code so you can tell it what you want it to look for. I'll admit the compute power would be crazy, but just think about telling it you want a hole on the left side of the base cabinet 100.01 for instance, it automatically updates in real time. Then you tell it up or down and it incrementally adjusts to where you want it. I think there is alot of computation in the background that needs to be worked out yet, but I can definitely see this a reality within years. What is everybody doing to get ready for this type innovation and secure their job? I see it coming especially on the designer side but nobody seems to be preparing in the millwork space
Microvellum Partner Limelight
In this Limelight, we explore The MiLL in Colorado Springs, CO (The Manufacturing Industry Learning Lab), and learn about their CTE program that is working to address the trades skills gap at the high school level.