After reading the headline, am I the only one that thought embedded in the context of microprocessors instead?
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I thought it was just a clever way for us to do work training their facial recognition algorithm
The iron ring? I believe http://www.order-of-the-engineer.org/ these guys provide one with membership. They recruited membership at my first university.
I have a degree from a university in electrical engineering. I work as an electrical engineer and I consider myself one. I am not licensed as a professional engineer (PE) and have little interest in obtaining that license at this point as the type of work simply doesn't appeal to me.
As you suggest, those PEs do put their license on the line when they sign a document. From my understanding, companies that have resident PEs will only have a few and have other non-licensed engineers do the less expensive work.
If it is a product it will usually need to meet expectations set by a different regulatory body (ETL, UL, FCC, whatever). If it is a building, power related, whatever, then it requires the review of a PE.
I'm not really sure how they would regulate Facebook with their data
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyaLZHiJJnE Don't cross the streams