Tuesday, November 28, 2023


Artificial IntelligenceTech

OpenAI Lawsuit: A Dubious Argument On A Monumentally Complex Question

News came out this week about a lawsuit against OpenAI, the developer of ChatGPT. The company is being sued by

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EnergyEnergy EfficiencyPolicyUtilities

“Electrification Is Not Enough For Decarbonization” – Consumers Energy

A new workgroup seeks to address some questions about the future of infrastructure in a state that continues to lag in regulatory and technical innovation.

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Biden Infrastructure Plan: What All Is Included?

We must remind critics of the Biden infrastructure plan what all is included in the term “infrastructure.” It’s a little bit more than just cars.

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EnergyEnergy EfficiencyPolicy

Detroit’s Green Task Force Looks Toward Benchmarking, PACE, Energy Codes

The Energy Waste Reduction Committee of the Detroit Green Task Force met yesterday morning to talk shop for the last

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2020 Election: Why I Voted How I Did

Unsurprisingly, rhetoric usually becomes increasingly political as we approach the 2020 presidential election. To paraphrase a staffer on Aaron Sorkin’s

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PolicyPublic transitTransit infrastructure

Gretchen Whitmer: When We Say “Mobility,” We Really Mean “Cars”

Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s Council on Future Mobility is not about mobility, it’s about cars. That’s got to change if we’re serious about decarbonizing transportation– or building an equitable future of any kind.

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Business & EconomicsFinance

I’m Getting An MBA Because You People Are Wrong

A tweet about Kamala Harris highlights how woefully ignorant many people are about financial markets and how this harms us in the quest for formulating
meaningful policy, change, and discourse.

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