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2014 European Solar Decathlon: The results are in

By - July 14, 2014 50 Pictures
The results are finally in for this year's European Solar Decathlon competition. The Rhome for denCity project, by Italy's Team Rhome, has been declared the overall competition winner, while second and third places go to Philéas by France's Atlantic Challenge, and Prêt-à-Loger by Dutch team TU Delft, respectively. Gizmag was in Paris over the weekend to take a closer look at the prototype sustainable houses. Read More
— Architecture

2014 European Solar Decathlon: Five projects to watch

By - July 8, 2014 26 Pictures
The 2014 European Solar Decathlon recently kicked-off in Paris, and a total of 20 sustainable houses and 800 competitors hailing from 16 countries have arrived in the City of Light's Château de Versailles estate. Running until July 14, the competition offers a different take on the future of sustainable living compared to last year's US Solar Decathlon, and features a greater overall focus on inner-city living. Read More
— Architecture

RIBA's Manser Medal highlights the best new British homes

By - June 29, 2014 139 Pictures
In what's been a busy month for architectural competitions, the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has revealed its Manser Medal longlist. Since 2001, the Manser Medal has been awarded annually to RIBA's favorite new UK-based house or extension. The shortlist will be announced September 4, and the overall winner declared during RIBA's Stirling Prize ceremony, on October 16. Read More
— Architecture

CTBUH's Best Tall Buildings of 2014

By - June 25, 2014 15 Pictures
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) has revealed the four winners of its annual Best Tall Building competition. The winners are split into four categories: the Americas, Asia and Australasia, Middle East and Africa, and Europe. From the current winners, just one will be declared the Best Tall Building Worldwide during a ceremony at the Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, on November 6. Read More
— Architecture

Energy-efficient homes shine in this year's AIA Small Project Awards

By - June 11, 2014 58 Pictures
The American Institute of Architecture's Small Project Practitioners Knowledge Community recently revealed the winners of its 8th annual Small Project Awards. The awards aim to highlight outstanding architectural projects of all kinds, which are small in both stature and cost. This year's winners included several pavilions, a light installation, and five energy-efficient homes. Read More
— Automotive

Strati wins 3D printed car challenge

By - June 9, 2014 28 Pictures
The first ever 3D Printed Car Design Challenge has been run and won with Strati, a design by Michele Anoé of Italy, chosen from a field of over 200 entries submitted by contestants from more than 30 countries. As well as winning a $5000 cash prize for his efforts from the organizers, Local Motors, Michele's concept will provide the most influence for a full-size 3D prototype to be printed at the International Manufacturing Technology Show this September in Chicago, Illinois. Read More
— Computers

Eugene Goostman chatbot claimed to have passed Turing Test

By - June 8, 2014 1 Picture
It might be time to start being nicer to your laptop, because researchers at the University of Reading are claiming that a supercomputer program has passed the Turing Test for the first time in history. On Saturday, at the Turing Test 2014 organized by the University of Reading’s School of Systems Engineering, the chatbot Eugene Goostman reportedly convinced the judges 33 percent of the time that it was a human being and not a computer. Read More
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