16 Nov 2017

Artificial Intelligence May Reflect The Unfair World We Live In

We’ve all heard Elon Musk speak with foreboding about the danger AI poses — something

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15 Nov 2017

The Top 10 U.S. Cities With the Best Public Transit

Finding a home with easy access to public transit is a wonderful thing. In the

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15 Nov 2017

Does Regulating AI Save Humanity Or Just Stifle Innovation?

Some people are afraid that heavily armed artificially intelligent robots might take over the world, enslaving

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10 Nov 2017

How Our Choices For Holiday Trips Affect Air Travel’s Sustainability

You might think that the 100% increases in charges drivers pay for dropping people off at airports

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08 Nov 2017

Owning A Car Will Soon Be A Thing Of The Past

The idea that we will surrender our prized motors can look far-fetched. But as cities

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07 Nov 2017

Who Wins When A City Gets Smart?

Last year, Columbus, Ohio, won a $50 million grant for high-tech transportation innovation, with a

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03 Nov 2017

When Artificial Intelligence Rules The City

When we think of the city of the future, we might think about flying cars and scenes

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02 Nov 2017

AI Is Reshaping What We Know About Cities

Machine learning is helping urbanists confirm–or disprove–long-standing theories about cities. Why do certain neighborhoods feel safe

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01 Nov 2017

T4 Opening Significant As Changi Charts New Flight Path

SINGAPORE – The opening of Changi Airport Terminal 4 is a big deal for the

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31 Oct 2017

In These Small Cities, AI Advances Could Be Costly

A new MIT study finds that larger cities are more resilient to technological unemployment. It’s

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30 Oct 2017

Why Resource Rich Countries Grow Slowly?

Why do countries face “The resource curse phenomenon” and how can countries having large natural

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27 Oct 2017

The Eagle, The Lion & The Dragon: Singapore’s Future In The Age Of Trump

Caught between an ascendent China and an increasingly unreliable United States, Singapore’s diplomatic future is

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27 Oct 2017

These Are The Cities Where Visitors Spend The Most Cash

Maybe it’s the fact that there are vending machines that dispense solid gold. But Dubai

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25 Oct 2017

Singapore Has The ‘Most Powerful’ Passport In The World: Passport Index

SINGAPORE – With Paraguay removing visa requirements for Singaporeans, the Singapore passport is now the

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24 Oct 2017

Don’t Surrender, Reinvent: The New Mantra Of Small Biz In Puerto Rico

Just seven months ago, Puerto Rican chef Jose Sanchez opened the restaurant of his dreams:

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23 Oct 2017

What Our Cities Need To Do To Be Truly Liveable For All

Urban planners, governments and developers are increasingly interested in making cities “liveable”. But what features

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20 Oct 2017

China’s Green Planning And Greater Influence In Infrastructure

The United States is retreating from the global community under a president who rejected the Paris

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20 Oct 2017

Overcoming Online Retail Delivery Congestion

Online retail continues to grow, and office deliveries are understandably popular with city workers as

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19 Oct 2017

How America Became A Superpower

America grew from a colony to a superpower in 200 years.   This feature is

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18 Oct 2017

The Middle East’s Cold War, Explained

The Middle East is one of the most complex regions in the world. Since the

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17 Oct 2017

Why Are the Top Ten Richest Countries Small?

What is common between the top ten richest countries in the world?   This video

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16 Oct 2017

How Green Roofs Can Protect Our City From Flooding

Spring and summer 2017 have been among the wettest on record in eastern North America.

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16 Oct 2017

Rebuilding Puerto Rico From the Grassroots Up

The Climate Justice Alliance has declared Wednesday “A National Day of Action,” on behalf of

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11 Oct 2017

Why Does Catalonia Want Independence From Spain?

Why are Barcelona and Real Madrid such fierce sporting rivals? Here is the story of

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10 Oct 2017

How Migration Will Reshape Our World

Arguments rage, but what does immigration really mean for jobs, economies and cultures? The evidence

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09 Oct 2017

The Secret Underground World Of Singapore

You’ll never guess what’s beneath the ground you’re standing on. Our government bigwigs have always

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07 Oct 2017

The Spectacular Autumn Colours Around The World

It’s the season for mother nature to dazzle us with golds, reds, yellows and oranges

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04 Oct 2017

Developing countries can prosper without increasing emissions

One of the ironies of fighting climate change is that developed countries – which have

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03 Oct 2017

How 70% Of Fortune 100 Companies Use The IoT

Seven out of ten Fortune 100 Companies offer IoT products, services, or initiatives. Although the

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27 Sep 2017

Smart Cities Objectives & Tactics: Work Smarter Not Harder

As the world’s biggest cities continue to sprawl with many millions of new people, they’ll

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25 Sep 2017

Where Is The Best Place To Celebrate Oktoberfest 2017?

Oktoberfest and foliage are arguably the biggest focus points of fall travel. And the benefit

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22 Sep 2017

How cities are making hurricanes more destructive

Scientists warn of expanding “bull’s-eyes” as the US builds in parts of the country at

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19 Sep 2017

Tech Made Cities Too Expensive. Here’s How To Fix It

IN 2013 PROTESTS broke out in Oakland, California, directed against the private buses that shuttle tech

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19 Sep 2017

5 Reasons How Smart Cities Will Fail Us

Emergent technologies are poised to radically change how we work and live. They will transform

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18 Sep 2017

Top 12 Best Public Transportation In Major U.S. Cities

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, which oversees the Long Island Rail

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18 Sep 2017

Why Did Korea Split In Two?

After being part of the same nation for more than a millennium, and having shared

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14 Sep 2017

Planning Cities For Migration

Migration is a natural human phenomenon, but not one that organisations in the built environment

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14 Sep 2017

The Emotional Joy Of Walking In The Nocturnal City

With technology whittling away at our attention spans, our sense of place is vanishing. In

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13 Sep 2017

16 Ways to Design a Better Intersection—And Better Cities

IF YOU THINK the only purpose of intersections is to move cars past each other, you

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12 Sep 2017

Pope Francis On Climate Change Denial : ‘Man Is Stupid’

Climate change denials amid catastrophic hurricanes are a reminder that humans are not a particularly

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11 Sep 2017

How Could Your City Be Considered As A Smart City

Cities talk a lot about harnessing big data, but their efforts vary widely. Some, like New

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07 Sep 2017

How Smart Is Your City? – A Survey

Cities, smart or not, have emerged as key initiatives for local governments. As these governments

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06 Sep 2017

The 5 Most Inaccessible Monasteries Of The World

Buddhist monasteries are usually located in remote places far from the hub-bub of cities and

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30 Aug 2017

Top 10 Best Subway Systems Of The World

If you’ve ever been to a busy metropolitan area with a subway system, you know

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28 Aug 2017

21 Striking Pictures of How the World Gets Around

From the mighty train to the humble hoof, see unique modes of transportation across the

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25 Aug 2017

How Maps Became Deadly Innovations in WWI

Advances in weaponry and cartography had deadly repercussions in World War I, which the United

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25 Aug 2017

Why Suburban Tensions & Inequality Will Drive Infrastructure Innovation

The global trend towards suburbanisation and suburbanisms (meaning suburban ways of life) has an important infrastructure dimension. In

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22 Aug 2017

How Cities Can Rebuild The Social Safety Net

In an age of employment uncertainty and a growing income gap, urban America needs to

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22 Aug 2017

In A Truly Smart City, Even The Daily Commute Is Productive

The alarm on your smart phone went off 10 minutes earlier than usual this morning.

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17 Aug 2017

100 Reason Why You Should Visit Norway Begins With These Top 20

Away from the Copacabana beaches and scorching sun, way up in the cold north lies

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