This chapter addresses broad theoretical concerns and points to connections between this ethnographic investigation and other studies of scientific and work processes. It discusses core concepts of work, science, prediction, autonomy, truth, and public knowledge, hoping to generalize from this particular and peculiar case to other domains of science, of culture, and of work.
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