The Convergence of People, Cities, Nature, and Technology: A Review of the Shenzhen Biennale

December 22nd, 2019 saw the public opening of the 8th Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture (UABB) in Shenzhen, China. As the world’s most visited architecture exhibition, the Biennale forms an influential moment for the dissemination of architectural knowledge, and the generation [Read More…]

From Best Himalayan Tours to Most Selective Actor: The worst of Malayalam cinema in 2019

The Kerala Coconut Film Award Jury, which follows the custom of rewarding artists with extraordinary skills in the Malayalam industry, re-convened this week to announce the awards for 2019. There is a belief that Asianet Awards has the most award [Read More…]

The problem with Google’s health care ambitions is that no one knows where they end

Yesterday, The Wall Street Journal accused Google of stealthily collecting sensitive patient data from millions of Americans without their consent. The New York Times soon followed with its own report, offering more detail on “Project Nightingale” and noting how it was likely to rile up privacy advocates. Forbes then published [Read More…]