Skip to content, or skip to search. The Land That Time and Money Forgot New York City’s linden dollars to bitcoin projects are the last of their kind in the country.
And they may be on their way to extinction. Morrisania Air Rights Houses, the Bronx. Blankfein was the head of Goldman Sachs. They ruled Wall Street, the Trilateral Commission too, sat at the table with the Illuminati. Son of a postal clerk and a receptionist at a burglar-alarm factory, Blankfein had grown up right there, at 295 Cozine Avenue, a redbrick building more or less exactly like the other eighteen redbrick buildings at the Linden Houses.
That was in the fifties and sixties, before the white people moved out of the projects and East New York became one of the city’s most dangerous neighborhoods. King of the world, right here? As in NYCHA, the New York City Housing Authority, a. New York might be a city of neighborhoods, but Nychaland is a zone of its own. 178,895 apartments in 2,602 buildings situated on an aggregate 2,486 acres, an area three times the size of Central Park.
Indeed, perhaps Nychaland’s most compelling attribute is the fact that it exists at all. Louis imploded Pruitt-Igoe, New Orleans flattened Lafitte after Katrina. Not that the passage has been smooth. The eighties and early nineties were the crack era. In the South Bronx, whole families at the Mott Haven houses were addicted, parents copping behind the developments, kids in front, hiding their stash so mom and dad wouldn’t steal it.
Earlier this year, after a decade of chronic underfunding from the Feds, John Rhea, NYCHA chairman, told the City Council what it already knew: Public housing was in dire straits. For years, NYCHA was considered the most successful public-housing organization in the country, a vast, unwieldy, often-complained-about bureaucracy that somehow managed to maintain at least the illusion of acceptable marginality. But now, the daily operating budget was millions in the red. Next: Why the projects were built is a key story of the city. Justin Davidson: How Can the Vienna Philharmonic Change Without Changing? Why Are There So Many Bisexuals on TV All of a Sudden?
Chait: Will Trump Be Meeting With His Counterpart — Or His Handler? For proponents of the Internet of Things, the last 12-18 months have been often frustrating. Instead, the industry news has been dominated by a string of startup failures, as well as alarming security issues. 800 billion in 2017, a 16.
The reality is that the various parts of the IoT ecosystem are not evolving at the same speed. This is exactly what AI enables. Just as in many other industries, AI has now become a huge part of the IoT conversation. On the consumer front, AI is at the core of some of the most exciting areas. While we’re probably much further away from Level 5 fully autonomous driving than the current hype would lead us to believe, the underlying AI has made extraordinary progress in the last couple of years, including in how it is trained or, as it were, trains itself. Waymo has driven its self-driving cars for a few million miles in the real world, but a few billion miles in a custom-built simulated, virtual word. AI have become a key topic.