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forbes.com - Daniel Newman - Using Hybrid Cloud To Meet The Challenges Of Modernizing Data Architectures
Using Hybrid Cloud To Meet The Challenges Of Modernizing Data Architectures
Forbes

Cloud computing helps businesses by delivering on-demand computing power and resources swiftly, in many instances minimizing or eliminating the need to buy, install, and maintain new and expensive physical hardware and infrastructure. But at the…

archdaily.com - Valeria Silva - Columbia River Valley Lookout / Twobytwo Architecture Studio
Columbia River Valley Lookout / Twobytwo Architecture Studio
ArchDaily

Columbia River Valley Lookout / Twobytwo Architecture Studio Area: 2450 ft² Year: 2023 Photographs: Hayden Pattullo Manufacturers: Benjamin Moore, Broda, Caesar Stone, Luminaire Authentik, Phylrich, Pratt and Larson, Stone Tile, Stuv Lead…

nature.com - Estimation and implications of the genetic architecture of fasting and non-fasting blood glucose - Nature Communications
Estimation and implications of the genetic architecture of fasting and non-fasting blood glucose - Nature Communications
Nature

Type 2 diabetes (T2D) is a complex disease characterized by sustained elevation of blood glucose levels, primarily caused by insulin resistance and beta-cell dysfunctions. Over the last decades, large-scale association studies have shown that both…

gartner.com - Beyond ChatGPT: The Future of Generative AI for Enterprises
Beyond ChatGPT: The Future of Generative AI for Enterprises
Gartner

Venture capital firms have invested over $1.7 billion in generative AI solutions over the last three years, with AI-enabled drug discovery and AI software coding receiving the most funding. “Early foundation models like ChatGPT focus on the…

phys.org - Jared Brey - Antimicrobial, air-clearing qualities of architectural biomaterials
Antimicrobial, air-clearing qualities of architectural biomaterials
Phys.org

Can building materials make indoor air healthier? That was the question behind the elegant, aromatic lattices that hung from the lobby ceiling at the Institute of Contemporary Art during the 2022 ACADIA conference, which was hosted by Weitzman's…

brightwalldarkroom.com - Justin Hairston - The Christiean Architecture of Rian Johnson's 'Glass Onion' (2022)
The Christiean Architecture of Rian Johnson's 'Glass Onion' (2022)
Bright Wall/Dark Room

Eight numbered pieces of paper are placed into a box. The box is closed, the papers are shuffled, and you're asked to pick a number. The showman reaches into the box and pulls out a paper (what if it's the number one? Too obvious, I'm sure it's…

commercialobserver.com - Keith Loria - Soto Architecture Principal On Designing Office-to-Resi Conversions in DC
Soto Architecture Principal On Designing Office-to-Resi Conversions in DC
Commercial Observer

In the last two years, office-to-apartment conversions jumped by 25 percent compared to two years prior, according to a report by RentCafe, with Washington, D.C., among the top cities for such conversions. Fernando Bonilla-Verdesoto, principal and…

worldarchitecture.org - WA Contents - The 4th edition of inHAUS LAB: Modular Architecture Competition For Students
The 4th edition of inHAUS LAB: Modular Architecture Competition For Students
worldarchitecture.org

inHAUS LAB has launched its fourth edition with 'Design your modular home' competition. After three highly successful editions and with a very high level among the participants, the leading firm in the premium modular housing sector is once again…

venturebeat.com - Louis Columbus - 10 steps every business can take to avoid a cybersecurity breach
10 steps every business can take to avoid a cybersecurity breach
VentureBeat

Check out all the on-demand sessions from the Intelligent Security Summit here. Businesses that survive cyberattacks understand that breaches are inevitable. That's a strong motivator to make cyber-resilience and business recovery a core part of…

openculture.com - Ayun Halliday - An Immersive, Architectural Tour of New York City's Iconic Grand Central Terminal
An Immersive, Architectural Tour of New York City's Iconic Grand Central Terminal
Open Culture

New Yorkers can be a maddeningly closed-mouth bunch, selfishly guarding our secret haunts lest they be overrun with newcomers and tourists… But there's not much we can do to deflect interest from Grand Central Teminal's whispering gallery, a…

nytimes.com - Ginia Bellafante - In Affordable Housing v. Parking Lot, a Judge Chooses the Lot
In Affordable Housing v. Parking Lot, a Judge Chooses the Lot
The New York Times

Earlier this month, after he declined to throw out the New York attorney general's fraud suit against Donald Trump — calling the president's petition “frivolous ” and suggesting he would sanction his lawyers — Justice…

designboom.com - eirini ilia I designboom - ISE 2023 gives the stage to unreal engine: the world's most advanced real-time 3D tool
ISE 2023 gives the stage to unreal engine: the world's most advanced real-time 3D tool
Designboom

What does HBO's ‘Westworld' and ‘Love, Death + Robots' by Netflix have in common? Think big. Now think Bigger. Unreal Engine, developed by Epic Games, is the world's most open and advanced real-time 3D creation tool, used for game…

time.com - Andrew R. Chow - What ChatGPT Could Mean for the Metaverse
What ChatGPT Could Mean for the Metaverse
Time

A version of this article was published in TIME's newsletter Into the Metaverse. Subscribe for a weekly guide to the future of the Internet. You can find past issues of the newsletter here. Think of your dream house. Maybe it has high, arching…

dezeen.com - MVRDV envisions Vancouver with 2100 predicted sea level rise
MVRDV envisions Vancouver with 2100 predicted sea level rise
Dezeen

Dutch architecture studio MVRDV has released a study that aims to offer possible solutions to urban planning in the face of rising sea levels be reimagining the Vancouver waterfront. Called the Sea Level Rise Catalogue, the project looks at methods…

nytimes.com - Mike Ives - Asia Has Had a Really Cold Month, Courtesy of the Polar Vortex
Asia Has Had a Really Cold Month, Courtesy of the Polar Vortex
The New York Times

Mohe, China's northernmost city, recorded a temperature of minus 63.4 degrees Fahrenheit this week. That was the coldest in its recorded history, and cold enough to cause hypothermia within minutes in anyone who wasn't dressed properly. “It…

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