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18 Aug 2015

Who’s To Blame When Artificial Intelligence Systems Go Wrong?

There has been much discussion of late of the ethics of artificial intelligence (AI), especially

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18 Aug 2015

Why San Francisco Will Make You Crave Veggies

Can “resetting” corner stores change the way people eat? What happens when there is food

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18 Aug 2015

How To Conserve Water Without Bankrupting Water Utilities

The more water people save, the more money utilities lose. But new pricing models could

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18 Aug 2015

How North Dakota Uses Drones For City Improvement

The addition of night flying opens up the opportunities to test sensor payloads in all

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17 Aug 2015

Singapore : Why Expats Call This Utopia

Imagine a major metropolis where traffic flows quickly on green highways; where streets are sparkling

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14 Aug 2015

How Big Data Can Also Discriminate Like People

“This program had absolutely nothing to do with race…but multi-variable equations.” That’s what Brett Goldstein,

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08 Aug 2015

My Dear Singapore, We’ve Only Just Begun

I can still remember, more than a decade ago, when Changi was just a strange

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04 Aug 2015

How The World Would Be Without Ice

Portland, Oregon, may not be a coastal city, but if all of the world’s ice

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31 Jul 2015

Australia’s Queensland Set To Become Sunnier With Largest Solar Farm

A sea of glass panels may soon be sprawling across a paddock in Queensland’s Darling

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30 Jul 2015

Why So Many Want Yet So Few Ride Mass Transit

Closing the support-usage gap will be key to a strong public transportation future. Every transit

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29 Jul 2015

19th-Century Arches Could Be Key To Pedestrian Safety

Matthew Falber led walking tours of Central Park for years before the idea struck. After

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29 Jul 2015

Why Innovation Doesn’t Have To Be Hi-Tech

When you think of innovation in the built environment, what comes to mind? Perhaps you

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29 Jul 2015

How Leaders Led The Example On Sustainable Urban Mobility

It takes a combination of citizen support and top-down vision to create meaningful change in

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29 Jul 2015

How Charlotte Takes Action For Their Smart City Initiative

There’s been much discussion lately about the potential of “smart cities” and connecting data to

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28 Jul 2015

Why Are We Not Making The Most Of Buildings In Cities?

Urban residents around the world have different daily routines, but they share something in common

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28 Jul 2015

Why Our Personal Quiet Time Is Almost A Thing Of The Past With IoT

The internet is already a threat to quiet contemplation – but could the internet of

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28 Jul 2015

How Salt Lake City Commits To A Cleaner Future

Five institutions in Salt Lake City were recognised by the city as part of this

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28 Jul 2015

A Mysterious Law That Predicts The Size Of The World’s Biggest Cities

For the past century, an obscure mathematical principle called Zipf’s law has predicted the size

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27 Jul 2015

The Best Of Sonoma County That You Are Missing

HIPSTER SONOMA Scribe winery founded by 2 young brothers is making Sonoma hip. Appointment only

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27 Jul 2015

How American Cities Can Learn From Italian Piazzas

When the paradigm of modernist architecture crumbled, urbanists began a quest for credible alternatives that

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27 Jul 2015

The Most Walkable Cities In Texas

When it comes to walkable cities, Texas tends to get a failing grade. It’s well-deserved:

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24 Jul 2015

How Future Cities May Look More Like Natural Forest And Why It Matters

With its broad strokes of thinking and long-term implementation, urban planning isn’t the most exciting

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