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Can Generative AI Make Humans More Productive

Can Generative AI Make Humans More Productive?

The Collaboration Between Generative AI And Humans It is estimated that current generative AI tools can automate 60%–70% of workplace activities, making humans more productive as they complete their tasks quickly and efficiently. Implementing AI tech tools can produce a growth rate of 0.1% to 0.6% annually until 2040, depending on companies’ investments. Organizations must […]

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Jia Yi Gu is stepping down from her role as MAK Center director

The MAK Center for Art and Architecture’s Jia Yi Gu has announced she is stepping down from the role of director. In an Instagram post the architectural designer, curator, and historian announced she would be leaving the position to start on a new chapter in her career as an assistant professor in architecture at Harvey Mudd

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The Good Plastic Company turns plastic waste into a range of surfaces. What’s next? Expansion in the U.S.

When Dr. William Chizhovsky founded the Good Plastic Company in 2018, his goal was to produce the world’s most sustainable surface materials. Chizhovsky, born in Ukraine, earned his master’s degree in management from Harvard and then a PhD from Kyiv National Economic University. His background was in IT management, and he had no prior experience

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A Beginners Guide To Online Teaching Methods

A Beginner’s Guide To Online Teaching Methods

Embracing The Digital Classroom Through Online Teaching Methods These days, things are changing fast in the digital world. Technology has completely transformed the way we learn, with online education becoming a must-have. Traditional classrooms are no longer the only choice, thanks to the flexibility and accessibility of digital learning. But with these new opportunities come

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Online Kindergarten School: Virtual Learning For Early Education

Virtual Learning for Early Education Online kindergarten is a unique stepping stone into education for your child. It offers complete learning programs that are both structured and flexible. They adapt to each child’s pace and style. This form of teaching provides personalized attention. This is contrary to common assumptions. This is due to lower student-teacher

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John McAslan + Partners opens an office in New York City

John McAslan + Partners is known worldwide for its architecture and infrastructure contributions, specifically to major transit hubs—both London’s Kings Cross and Sydney’s Central Station being crowning achievements. New York Governor Kathy Hochul and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) have heralded the redesign of Penn Station from the architecture and engineering team led by John

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Ford Mustang review

With more than ten million sold across a production run stretching more than 60 years, the Ford Mustang had a firm spot in popular culture. Which means almost everyone has their own idea about what they think it should be.  Whether it’s a Boulevard cruiser, something to lazily rumble its way down a motorway or

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What will come of Downtown Los Angeles’s Oceanwide Plaza?

Is Oceanwide Plaza an object lesson? Stalled for more than five years, the project in Downtown Los Angeles stands half-built, filling an entire block across the street from the Crypto.com arena and the L.A. convention center. Tall grasses grow in the gaps between materials and equipment abandoned when it’s bankrupt Beijing-based developer, Oceanwide Holdings, pulled

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