“Njabu and his family were specifically placed in Pittsburgh ‘because of the high employment probability forecasted by Annie.’ She was referring not to a person, but to a software program. Named for Annie Moore, the Irishwoman who was the first person to pass through Ellis Island, the New York outpost that served as the gateway for millions of immigrants to America, Annie is at the core of an ambitious experiment, one that, were it deployed more widely, could transform how refugees are allocated and treated around the world. So while Njabu’s decision to settle in Pittsburgh might seem like happenstance, it has less to do with serendipity and more with technology.” The Atlantic: How Technology Could Revolutionize Refugee Resettlement.

+ “Trump administration officials said they had a goal of six months but opposed any deadline, saying it could take as long as two years to reunite children with their parents if efforts to speed up the process fail.” Judge gives US 6 months to identify children split at border.