The only time I ever met Henry Ford, he looked at me and probably wondered, “Who is this little s.o.b. fresh out of college?” He wasn’t real big on college graduates, and I was one of 50 in the Ford training course in September 1946, working in a huge drafting room at the enormous River Rouge plant near Detroit.
Katherine Knapp Carney can barely contain her enthusiasm about her new job.
Human failure is inevitable. Mechanical failure is unexpected
Kent Niederhofer can’t find enough mechanical engineers to work for him in southeastern Michigan. You know, where Detroit is, with its 13.3% unemployment rate.
Over the past 20 years, robotics have revolutionized surgery, and new innovations are continuing to push the boundaries of medicine.
In Shane Acker’s visually alluring but hollow animated film 9, the apocalypse has come and gone, leaving a scorched landscape, smoldering ruins and a crew of mechanical beasts in charge.
An archaeological dig in Jerusalem has turned up a 3,700-year-old wall that is the largest and oldest of its kind found in the region, experts say. Standing 8 meters (26 feet) high, the wall of huge cut stones is a marvel to archaeologists