Computer Aided Design (CAD)


Computer Aided Design (CAD)

In fields such as engineering and architecture, using computer graphics to do work that formerly would have been done with pencil and paper. CAD requires a high-resolution monitor and special software.

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The Technological Singularity By Vernor Vinge
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Is A Singularity Just Around The Corner? By Robin Hanson
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