BIM: Time to tap into its full potentialJanuary 15, 2019

BIM has the potential to enhance benefits realisation for the state, contractor and the paying public, so we should lay the foundation stone and define a level 1 BIM national framework that is within the reach of all interested stakeholders, write Jansi George and John McGrath

The 30-year failure cycleJanuary 15, 2019

Could the 30-year failure cycle evident in specific bridge failures be coincidence or something more? Sean Brady looks at the technical and human aspects of this unfortunate trend

On the right path to fusion energyJanuary 15, 2019

National Academies study recommends a pilot fusion energy program that aligns with Massachusetts Institute of Technology's fusion approach and SPARC project, writes Peter Dunn

Building trustworthy artificial intelligenceJanuary 15, 2019

A recent symposium explores methods for making artificial intelligence systems more reliable, secure, and transparent, and Aleksander Madry - an associate professor of computer science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) -compares AI to a sharp knife, a useful but potentially hazardous tool that society must learn to wield properly

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