America's public land is under threat. What can architects do to protect our national resources? Pictured here: Citadel ruins at Bear Ears National Monument, one of the sites reviewed by the U.S. Department of the Interior this summer as the agency prepares a potential revision to the laws that guide public land conservation. (Flickr/IIP Photo Archive)

America’s public land is under threat. What can architects do to protect it? – Archpaper.com

By Antonio Pacheco Although debating the ideal size, role, and scope of the federal government is one of America’s great national pastimes, there has typically been surprisingly broad and consistent support for the Antiquities Act of 1906, a landmark conservation law passed by...
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Vertical Construction At MiamiCentral’s 816-Unit Park Line Towers

At the 11-acre MiamiCentral project, Overbuild 2 and 3 are now rising above the Brightline tracks and terminal. The twin towers will be known as Park Line. Renderings show several levels of robotic parking structure topped by an amenities deck, followed by 30 and 33 typical...
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Ex-Google engineer establishes religion that worships an AI Godhead

Ali Morris One of the engineers behind Google’s self-driving car has established a nonprofit religious corporation with one main aim – to create a deity with artificial intelligence.According to newly uncovered documents filed to the state of California in September 2015,...
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