AI in the Workplace, Work/Life Blur and Other Industry News

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Mass+Main at Central Square, designed by CBT Architects, is a mixed-use development of residential, commercial, and retail uses, as well as open space on three blocks at Central Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The development’s small ground-floor retail spaces are sized and designed to attract locally owned businesses. (©CBT Architects) Image courtesy of Urbanland.
  • Urbanland highlights new examples of how the built environment reflects the work/life blur. They also offer a sneak peek at CBT’s Mass+Main, a three-building mixed-use community in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
  • According to the National Law Review, Artificial Intelligence in the workplace is here to stay and the time to develop a strategy surrounding AI was yesterday. Find out how AI might affect the office of the future.
  • The Spaces asked six office-space experts from around the world to “hazard a guess as to where, and how, we will we all be working in ten years from now.” Included in the responses – this cool video update of Apple Park!
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