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Architectural practice and education are consuming the phenomenon of digital technologies in their own distinctive manner. Professional practice has used computers mainly to increase the efficiency of how the profession has functioned in the past 150 years. Architectural academia has taken a more critical position and has used computer technology to reshape the scope of the profession. The schools of architecture supporting this view have become testing grounds for new design imagination, methods and materials, and types of projects.