On April 3, 2003, The LaiserinLetter produced a 2-hour, 4-minute live webcast from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) about Building Information Modeling (BIM). The webcast was in the form of a debate between Autodesk and Bentley Systems, featuring:
> Producer/Moderator -- Jerry Laiserin, Editor, The LaiserinLetter
> For Autodesk -- Phillip G. Bernstein, Vice President, Building Solutions Division
> For Bentley Systems -- Keith A. Bentley, Co-Founder and Co-CTO
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