Machine learning is a little bit like yoga: we all know what it is, we all know it’s good for us, but few of us understand how to actually do it. There’s a mystery surrounding machine learning that (even if our colleagues won’t admit) leaves many people in the built environment overwhelmed. Still, machine learning is more than just an industry buzzword at this point; it’s a necessity.
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Imagine a built environment that is able to supply the infrastructure demands of the world’s population. It may sound like a dream, but it can be a reality. However, in order to get there, we must find ways to be more efficient: one process at a time.
The issue of diversity and inclusion is at the forefront of many conversations right now. The United States recently made history when U.S. Presidential candidate Joe Biden selected Kamala Harris as his Vice-Presidential pick, making Harris the first woman of color ever nominated on a major party's presidential ticket. Aside from any political beliefs, Kamala Harris's nomination brings a sense of representation that will surely inspire many young women for years to come.