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You may think the field of engineering doesn’t lend itself to philosophical questioning. The truth is, engineers and philosophers alike need to ponder the ethical implications of new technologies like artificial intelligence and 3D printing.
A variety of challenges face the design engineer at a corporation that designs, manufactures, and distributes innovative consumer products worldwide. Many safety-critical decisions arise in the normal course of engineering design that may have to be answered through the application of ethics.
For an up-to-date look at the relationships between engineering ethics, product design, and product-safety engineering, ASME.org interviewed P.E. Kenneth L. d’Entremont, associate professor and lecturer in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, and author of the new book Engineering Ethics and Design for Product Safety (McGraw Hill, 2021).
A revised study guide to the book is now available for download.
COVID-19 and remote working have changed the dynamics of the engineering landscape, especially methods of interaction with other engineering professionals and clients. The pandemic has disrupted learning practices, team interactions, and commitments to professional development. Below are nine recently published technical and career/leadership books that will help engineers keep pace with these changes and the digital transformation accelerated by the pandemic…
The book Engineering Ethics and Design for Product Safety named to “20 Best Engineering Design Manager Books to Read in 2021” by Boove
Bookauthority.org has named Engineering Ethics and Design for Product Safety as #1 of the “10 Best New Product Design Books To Read In 2021.”
The book should very soon be available through Amazon™ internationally.
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Wishing everyone a happy and healthy holiday season!