State Supreme Court Justice Arthur F. Engorond recently ruled that a housing project in the Seaport District of Manhattan was...
In the 1960s a team of researchers in Palo Alto were commissioned to see if they could get computers to recognize faces. The research was paid for by an unnamed intelligence agency and, because of that, the results were sealed for years.
As the West Coast experiences record rainfall, millions are on high alert for floods. The danger of floods is ingrained in humans, some of the oldest stories ever told are cautionary tales about large flood events.
At this point, the real estate industry has been hearing about the importance of data for so long that it is starting to lose its impact. Besides, even the least technological broker or landlord knows well the value of data. They may not call it "data" but every career or portfolio is built on top of market knowledge.
It’s time to start looking forward to a new year, but before we do, we always like to look back a bit on which articles performed the best over the past twelve-months.
There has long been anecdotal evidence of racial bias when it comes to real estate appraisals. Numerous stories have been...
One look at the list of the largest companies in the world tells you all you need to know about the value of data. The top three, Microsoft, Alphabet, and Amazon, are also the biggest data aggregators in the world. Commercial real estate is one of the industries that rely heavily on data in order to make what can be incredibly profitable or devastatingly costly decisions.
We love to simplify things. No matter how complicated a concept might be, we want to find ways to boil it down to one easily understandable metric.