Matt Power Editor In Chief

Give Your Millennial a Robot. The next generation has a fluent understanding of technology that baffles baby boomers. If we expect them to get excited about building, we need to give them the tools (and toys) they best understand, and let them go to work.  MORE


JULY, 2014: Playing God

THIS ISSUE, WE LOOK AT how robotic technology is changing the future of building. The labor force 0714GB_C1B-REV_5ooxof tomorrow will be comfortable and familiar with remotely operated machines. Combined with sensors, close tolerances and visualization tools, these high-tech tools offer a productive alternative to the all too frequent use of drones as instruments of violence and surveillance. READ ONLINE NOW

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