Interesting article in the NY Times about how scientists in nuclear research labs in the US aided the negotiations with Iran
It was over one of those dinners in Vienna last summer that several of the experts began wondering how they might find a face-saving way for Iran to convert its deep-underground enrichment plant at Fordo, a covert site exposed by the United States five years ago, into a research center. That would enable Iran to say the site was still open, and the United States could declare it was no longer a threat.“The question was what kind of experiment you can do deep underground,” recalled a participant in the dinner.
Source: Atomic Labs Across the U.S. Race to Stop Iran – NYTimes.com
You’ve gotta love these iMore breakdowns of Apple’s manufacturing prowess. This one conclude the Apple Watch should hold up pretty well!
Source: Apple Watch and durability: How tough are Apple’s finishes? | iMore
Machines aren’t used because they perform some tasks that much better than humans, but because, in many cases, they do a “good enough” job while also being cheaper, more predictable and easier to control than quirky, pesky humans. Technology in the workplace is as much about power and control as it is about productivity and efficiency.
Source: The Machines Are Coming – NYTimes.com