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Studies indicate 1.2 billion people worldwide do not have proper shelter. A startup in Austin, Texas decided it would work to change that. Using a heavy-duty 3D printer, the startup can “print” a single story, 650 square foot house out of cement in 12-24 hours . This may seem a little unbelievable, but if all goes well, the company will be building 100 homes in El Salvador in 2019. A “printed” house only costs $10k and the startup expects that will eventually come down to $4k. It looks like the tiny home market could have an impressive competitor. But technology is a double-edged sword. Facial recognition to dispense toilet paper? What if you have the mumps? Lender Legal News Attorney Phil Schulman, with Mayer Brown LLP, writes, “There is an interesting court decision…(read more)

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