Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 May 2019

* First Billion-atom Biomolecular Simulation >>
* Google brings release channels and Windows Container support to its Kubernetes Engine >>
* MIT Robot Breaks Rubik’s Cube World Record, Solving It in 0.38 Seconds >>

* Adobe brings its Premiere Rush video editing app to Android >>
* Does Your Company Really Need a Chatbot? >>
* Praqma puts Atlassian’s Data Center products into containers >>

* USPS is experimenting with self-driving mail trucks >>
* This clever transforming robot flies and rolls on its rotating arms >>
* Chimps that mash potatoes challenge our understanding of tool use >>

* Sony says the PlayStation 5 will be ‘immersive’ and ‘seamless’ >>
* Sony just laid out everything there is to know about the PS5 >>
* Seven questions we still have about Huawei’s US blacklisting >>

* A.I. Took a Test to Detect Lung Cancer. It Got an A >>
* A “biomultimeter” lets scientists measure RNA and protein production in real-time >>
* 3D-Printed Guns Are Back, and This Time They Are Unstoppable >>

* Can a Test Tell You Which Pills to Pop With Just a Prick? >>
* Becoming a machine learning company means investing in foundational technologies >>
* Behind Magenta, the tech that rocked I/O >>

* Microsoft Wants To Apply AI ‘To the Entire Application Developer Lifecycle’ >>
* Microsoft makes a push for service mesh interoperability >>
* Microsoft releases first Chromium-based Edge preview for MacOS >>
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* Google launches new $999 Glass for businesses that’s faster, runs longer and is ‘more helpful’ than before >>
* Hour-long ‘life-changing’ operation that brings paralysed limbs back to life could banish the pain of nerve damage >>

* If the Key to Business Success Is Focus, Why Does Amazon Work? >>
* The Underground Network of Microbes That Connects Trees Mapped For First Time >>

* Bill Gates: Looking for a summer read? Try one of these 5 books >>
* Everything you wanted to know about blood >>
* How to handle a national crisis >>
* Is there a crisis in capitalism? >>

* Deep Field: Nebulae of Sagittarius >>
* A first glimpse at the TEDSummit 2019 speaker lineup >>
* Aaptiv, the workout app, launches a new AI-based personal trainer called Coach >>

* Bosch to Sell Low-Cost Sensors for Flying Cars >>
* Atom Power Is Launching the Era of Digital Circuit Breakers >>
* AI Will Have Insatiable Demand For Accelerated Computing >>

* Could Blockchain Tech Launch Spacefaring Nations Into a Data-Sharing Frontier >>
* How Space Station and Moon Missions Will Prep Astronauts for Mars >>
* How to Make Moon Water: Add Solar Wind, Tiny Meteorites, and Then Heat >>

* Next-Gen Megascope for Astronomy Taking Shape on Chilean Mountaintop >>
* Pluto Has a Buried Ocean — And So Might Many Other Worlds >>
* SpaceX to Launch 60 ‘Starlink’ Internet Satellites Thursday >>

* Game of Thrones Recap: The Endings We Choose to Believe >>
* George RR Martin teases what’s next in wake of Game of Thrones finale >>

* AMC cancels sci-fi robot drama ‘Humans’ >>
* Amazon’s Alexa Fund invests in edtech startups, Zoobean and Unruly Studios >>

* Backed by LG, AmazeVR is hoping to resurrect virtual reality’s consumer dreams >>
* Bird strike may have triggered software issue in second 737 Max crash >>
* Use GPU-accelerated VideoProc to easily process 4K video, audio, and DVDs >>

* Commerce Dept. grants Huawei a 90-day license to help existing users >>
* U.S. Tech Suppliers, Including Google, Restrict Dealings With Huawei After Trump Order >>
* UN Chief Warns Nuclear Waste Could Be Leaking Into the Pacific >>

* Digital Ocean’s Kubernetes service is now generally available >>
* GM will deliver over-the-air updates to ‘most’ vehicles by 2023 >>
* Millennials and Gen Z Are Increasingly Pessimistic About Their Lives, Survey Finds >>

* Behold, firm evidence — at last — that ultra-processed food causes weight gain >>
* Optomechanics with Gallium Phosphide for Quantum Transduction >>
* PicoBrew’s new kits let you homebrew beer with your ingredients >>

* Linux Distros Without Systemd (2019) >>
* Stanford students’ robot dog does backflips for (relatively) cheap >>
* Talk key takeaways from KubeCon 2019 >>

* A Solution for Loneliness >>
* After Augmented Reality, The Virtual World Still Affects You >>
* Automatic Builds at Your Fingertips With GCP Cloud Build >>

* Introduction to Message Brokers (Part 2): ActiveMQ vs. Redis Pub/Sub >>
* Continuous Integration and Delivery to AWS Kubernetes >>
* How Networks Work: Part II >>

* Men, commit to mentor women >>
* Google’s Lung Cancer Detection AI Outperforms 6 Human Radiologists >>
* Generic Drugs May Not Be As Safe Or Effective As You Think >>

* Why decentralization matters >>
* Inserting Security into DevOps Pipelines the Fast Way >>
* The Legal Argument That Could Destroy Uber >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 May 2019

* Mini universes could be constantly exploding at every point in space >>
* Facebook is experimenting with robots to push its AI research forward >>
* Advance to Controlling one to a Few Hundred Atoms at Microsecond Timescales Using AI Control of Electron Beams >>

* How a cheap, brutally efficient grocery chain is upending America’ supermarkets >>
* Amazon Begins Moving Warehouses Into Malls It Helped Put Out of Business >>

* NVIDIA Brings Robot Simulation Closer to Reality by Making Humans Redundant >>
* Wireless Network Brings Dust-Sized Brain Implants a Step Closer >>
* Tesla’s Shanghai Factory Building Has Been Completed >>

* Millions of Instagram influencers had their private contact data scraped and exposed >>
* Boeing admits 737 Max sims didn’t accurately reproduce what flying without MCAS was like >>
* 5G Is Coming, and It’s Fortified With Fiber >>

* Moondust Could Cloud Our Lunar Ambitions >>
* Inside Swamp Works, the NASA Lab Learning to Mine the Moon >>
* The-next-wave-of-immuno-oncology >>

* Huawei set to find out if consumers will still buy its phones without Google services under US trade ban >>
* Huawei’s phone business would be decimated without Google’s Android >>
* Blacklisting Huawei from Android upgrades will end up hurting Google >>
* ‘Bullying and blackmail’: China could retaliate as US moves to curb Huawei’s business with executive order, blacklist >>
* Chinese President Xi Jinping sounds Long March rallying call as trade war tensions rise with United States >>
* Trump’s Huawei ban also causing tech shocks in Europe >>
* Intel, Qualcomm and other chipmakers cut off supplies to Huawei >>

* Scientists create the loudest underwater sound EVER: Record-breaking 270 decibels is same as two jet engines taking off >>
* Some baby dinosaurs crawled before learning to walk on two legs >>
* a16z Podcast: What Time Is It? From Technical to Product to Sales CEO >>

* AT&T’s 5G E game is even worse than its misleadingly named network >>
* Microsoft and Sony are teaming up for the future of gaming >>
* Meet Doggo: Stanford’s cute open-source four-legged robot >>

* New trailers: Black Mirror, Batwoman, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, and more >>
* HBO teases 2020 return for ‘Westworld’ with a new trailer >>

* Why Software Needs to Escape from San Francisco >>
* The Most Engaged Employee In The World >>
* Tech Jobs Lead to the Middle Class. Just Not for the Masses >>

* Sony studio will turn PlayStation games into movies and shows >>
* Inside Facebook’s New Robotics Lab, Where AI and Machines Friend One >>

* One whole-body MRI could replace multiple cancer scans >>
* Consumer Behavior is Shifting Business Models; How Industries Are Adapting >>
* Oculus Quest Launch Library Livestream: Vader, Beat Saber, VRChat, Rec Room, And More >>

* Everyone is an Analyst: Opportunities in Operational Analytics >>
* When will customers start buying all those AI chips? >>
* Why Your Lambda Functions May Be Doomed To Fail >>

* 5 Tools for Fast Workflow Automation >>
* Are People Losing Control Over Robots? >>
* The “Backendification” of Frontend Development >>

* Interview of Luc Julia: “There Is No Such Thing as Artificial Intelligence” >>
* Seeing in the Dark: The Future of Automation With Unstructured Data >>
* AWS vs. Azure — A Quick Comparison >>

* Carson_bruns_could_a_tattoo_help_you_stay_healthy >>
* Advanced rocket engine ready for space mission >>
* Federated Learning: The Future of Distributed Machine Learning >>

* Hackers turn tables on account hijackers by stealing forum data >>
* Victim group says UK’s revenge porn laws aren’t working >>
* South Korea’s government will switch to Linux over cost concerns >>

* Westerns >>
* SpaceX’s Orbital Starship in Florida and Texas are Making Rapid Progress >>
* Planets of the Solar System: Tilts and Spins >>

* Self-repairing batteries >>
* China’s new ‘social credit system’ is a dystopian nightmare >>
* NASA scientist claims astronauts could live in tunnel-like CAVES on the moon caused by ancient lava >>

* A Few ‘glimpses’ Give A.I. Agent A 360 Degree View >>
* When Women Compete >>
* Hyperdimensional computing discovered to help AI robots create memories >>

* Hearing Aids Get a Tech-Minded Upgrade >>
* Google’s own data proves two-factor is the best defense against most account hacks >>
* Glass Enterprise Edition 2: faster and more helpful >>

* Facebook used its AI smarts to build detailed disease prevention maps >>
* Facebook Research is developing touchy-feely curious robots >>
* Dog tracking app to be rolled out for pet owners >>

* I Oversaw America’s Nuclear Power Industry. Now I Think It Should Be Banned. >>
* Now Facebook is using robots to advance its work in artificial intelligence >>
* Mind the crane: Windows Server containers loaded up on the Azure Kubernetes Service >>

* Microsoft’s Azure Portal: A boat load of updates, but is it too ambitious? >>
* Amazon Needs A Lead Product Designer >>
* The Best Takes On The ‘Game Of Thrones’ Finale >>
* Daenerys Tells All! >>
* Game of Thrones’ series finale left some plastic water bottles onscreen >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 May 2019

* Rejuvenate Bio Using Gene Therapy Has Reversed Aging Effects in Mice and Dogs >>
* Video Friday: Watch This Monstrous Robot Tank Bulldoze Its Way Through Obstacles >>
* Teaching AI how to feel FEAR could make autonomous cars better drivers, study suggests >>

* Alphabet’s Wing will offer drone deliveries in Helsinki next month; They’ll deliver meatballs, pastries and other gourmet goods >>
* Digital camera sees around corners by guessing what’s lurking behind >>
* Teaching Families to Embrace AI – Ep. 84 >>

* The Air Force wants to rescue downed pilots with an autonomous aircraft >>
* Tesla didn’t fix an Autopilot problem for three years, and now another person is dead >>
* Amazon Is Building Special Warehouses for Hazardous Items >>

* How to Watch the Game of Thrones Finale Online >>
* Building Webiny—A Serverless CMS >>
* Now That IoT Is Everywhere, What’s Next? >>

* Advanced Civilizations Could be Communicating with Neutrino Beams. Transmitted by Clouds of Satellites Around Neutron Stars or Black Holes >>
* NASA Awards $45.5 Million for Private Moon Lander Work on Project Artemis >>
* NASA’s 2024 Moon Mission is called Artemis, and Will Need an Additional $1.6 Billion in Funding >>

* Google’s Translate can now listen to a language and make it into an audio translation in the original speaker’s voice >>
* Scientists have finally worked out what screaming sounds like >>
* The Mood Ring of Algorithms Could Zap Your Brain to Help You Feel Better >>

* Tom’s Tech Notes: The Future of Microservices [Podcast] >>
* Future Surveillance >>
* The future of right-to-choose >>

* Exploring the Expressive Range of Conversational Laughter with AI >>
* The business of the future is ethical, sustainable, and employee-owned >>
* “Amazon After” Helps You Sell, Donate, Recycle, Or Rent Out Your Past Amazon Purchases >>

* SpaceX Delays Launch of 60 Starlink Satellites Again, This Time for Software Checks >>
* SpaceX Single Stage to Orbit Starship >>

* Facebook Has Struggled To Hire Talent Since the Cambridge Analytica Scandal >>
* Facebook’s A.I. Whiz Now Faces the Task of Cleaning It Up. Sometimes That Brings Him to Tears. >>
* Productsec, Supply Chain Attack, Sparse Neural Networks, and the Christchurch Call >>

* How Tech Companies Are Shaping the Rules Governing AI >>
* Google’s how-to videos explain Assistant’s accessibility features >>
* Google rolls out a refreshed, more personal Smart Display interface >>

* How we make complex decisions >>
* Huawei ban opens door to rivals – and reprisals >>
* Huawei says US ban is ‘in no one’s interest’ >>

* LG’s custom chip is made to power AI in appliances and robots >>
* Make Google Remember Your Parking Spot For You >>
* Manipulating atoms one at a time with an electron beam >>

* Merging machine learning and the life sciences >>
* Microsoft aims to train and certify 15,000 workers on AI skills by 2022 >>
* Microsoft invests in seven AI projects to help people with disabilities >>

* Are These Robots Better Than You at Sports? >>
* 5 Coming Breakthroughs in Energy and Transportation >>
* Average is Over, installment #437 >>

* Collaborating to protect nearly anonymous animals >>
* Researchers develop electric field-based dressing to help heal wound infections >>
* Researchers shed new light on atomic ‘wave function’ >>

* This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through May 18) >>
* Exploring data warehouse tables with machine learning and Amazon SageMaker notebooks >>
* A Gentle Kiss: How the Kuiper Belt Object Ultima Thule Was Born >>

* A Neutrino Beam Beacon >>
* A 360-degree tour of Specialized Bicycles’s innovation lab >>
* A new era in 3-D printing >>

* Facebook Changes Algorithm, Promises More Personalized News Feed >>
* Tesla Shanghai Factory Days From Completion and Maybe First Cars in September >>
* How to give an elevator story that people actually listen to >>

* The Cersei Effect: How businesses turn colleagues into backstabbers >>
* 11 Great TV Shows With Terrible Endings >>
* Best Space Books and Sci-Fi for 2019 >>

* Cost of Delta IV Heavy Rocket Launches is Down But the Real Price Is a Secret >>
* NASA’s Prolific Mars Orbiter Completes 60,000th Lap of Red Planet >>
* Parachute Development a Challenge for Commercial Crew >>

* Startup Hermeus Wants to Build a Hypersonic Jet That Flies at 5 Times the Speed of Sound >>
* New Supercomputer Will Span Continents, Outrace World’s Fastest >>
* Small, Tough Planets can Survive the Death of Their Star >>

* Here’s Where NASA’s Curiosity Rover Is Headed >>
* A/B >>
* Microsoft’s HoloLens Not Fit for AR-Assisted Surgery, Study Suggests >>
* Space: where the rewards really are >>

* ‘John Wick: Chapter 3’ sets up a 4th film in the franchise >>
* How AI will liberate doctors from keyboards and basements >>
* Serverless Pitfalls: Issues With Running a Startup on AWS Lambda >>

* a16z Podcast: Five Open Problems Towards Building a Blockchain Computer >>
* Everyone is an Analyst: Opportunities in Operational Analytics >>
* 10+1 Lessons from a Serial Entrepreneur >>
* Node.js Rocks in Docker for Dev and Ops (Part 2) >>

* Introduction to DataOps >>
* TED Katie_hood_the_difference_between_healthy_and_unhealthy_love >>
* TED Arnav_kapur_a_breakthrough_device_that_combines_mind_and_machine >>

* The Suburbs Are Coming to a City Near You >>
* America’s Cup boat foil arms pass crucial test in Italy >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 May 2019

* Lilium unveils five-seater air taxi prototype after a successful maiden flight for its latest jet >>
* Digital Doppelgängers Fool Advanced Anti-fraud Tech >>
* Radar for Your Wrist >>

* Ultrafast Motion-Planning Chip Could Make Autonomous Cars Safer >>
* Scientists create mind-controlled hearing aid >>
* This robot hits you in real life when you get hit in VR >>

* Hackers can fake radio signals to hijack aircraft landing systems, warn researchers >>
* Japan is running out of phone numbers >>
* First AI that sees like a human could lead to automated search and rescue robots >>
* Watch an autonomous drone dodge, duck, dip, dive, and dodge a football >>

* US government has its sights on AI that can track people for MILES using footage from different surveillance systems >>
* Helping robots remember: Hyperdimensional computing theory could change the way AI works >>
* Anatomy of a living, tree-based spaceship >>

* Game of Thrones season 8, episode 6 trailer: a final goodbye to Westeros >>
* Big Bang Theory by the numbers: 18 facts about the ratings monster critics hated >>
* The first-ever virtual reality Doctor Who episode is now available https://www.fastcompany.com/90351126/the-first-ever-virtual-reality-doctor-who-episode-is-now-available? >>
* Full Trailer For The ‘Batwoman’ TV Series Starring Ruby Rose >>

* About 2020 for Samsung 3 Nanometer MBCFET Chip on Roadmap >>
* Trump declares national emergency to protect U.S. networks from foreign espionage >>
* Anchor’s new feature lets listeners leave voice messages for podcast hosts >>

* Facebook changes algorithm to promote worthwhile & close friend content >>
* Regulating Platforms, Amazon Development, Still Love Tech, and ML Cheatsheets >>
* Google’s Translatotron can translate speech in the speaker’s voice >>

* SpaceX Delays Launch of 60 Starlink Internet Satellites Over High Winds >>
* Watch SpaceX launch the first 60 satellites, take 2 >>
* Six Launches of Starlink Satellites to Reach Initial Activation >>

* Microsoft waves the wizard wand, emits the Web Template Studio >>
* NASA Probe Spots Grave of Israeli Lunar Lander >>
* China is blocking Wikipedia in every language >>

* China’s Tesla wannabe Xpeng starts ride-hailing service >>
* Extreme Networks grows networked IoT security protection >>
* Google’s New Plan To Push Google Pay in India: Cashback Incentives in Android Apps >>

* China wants to make the fastest planes ever with a new material >>
* IBM ‘cloudifies’ mainframe software pricing, adds hybrid, private cloud services >>
* Japan Prepares To Ban Flying Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Under the Influence of Alcohol >>

* Robonaut and Astrobee Will Work Together on Space Station >>
* Dynetics Will Build and Test a US Army 100 Kilowatt Combat Laser >>
* SanDisk’s 1TB microSD card is now available >>

* Lilium’s latest flying taxi prototype can at least hover >>
* Could geoengineering really help us solve the climate crisis? >>
* People with greater intellectual humility have superior general knowledge >>

* Radio signals used to guide planes during landing can easily be FAKED to throw them off course by hackers using $600 tools >>
* New AI sees like a human, filling in the blanks >>
* New study discovers the trajectory of optimism throughout life >>

* Ask Anything: Could You Build A Spaceship Out Of Wood? >>
* Augmented Reality + Brain Computer Interfaces: Hololens 2, FNIRS, EIT >>
* Blood biopsy: New technique enables detailed genetic analysis of cancer cells >>

* You can finally buy the first 1TB microSD card >>
* ‘Tech for Good’: Using technology to smooth disruption and improve well-being >>
* For a Split Second, a Quantum Computer Made History Go Backward >>

* “I am afraid of humans, not Artificial Intelligence”, says Google’s Chief Decision Scientist >>
* The 5 Things Every CIO Must Have >>
* As Commercial Spaceflight Takes Off, The Aviation Industry Gets Protective Of Airspace >>

* a16z Podcast: Five Open Problems Towards Building a Blockchain Computer >>
* Sony and Microsoft set rivalry aside for cloud gaming alliance >>
* Driverless electric truck starts deliveries on Swedish public road >>

* Verizon’s 5G network is now hitting gigabit download speeds >>
* Mainframe APIs and Modern DevOps >>
* Fireside Chat: How Edmunds Deploys Multiple Times Per Day >>

* Microservices, Nanoservices, Teraservices, and Serverless >>
* Maturing DevSecOps: From Easy to High Impact >>
* Who is accountable when algorithms get it wrong? >>

* Elon Musk says SpaceX Starlink internet satellites are key to funding his Mars vision >>
* We Need to Rethink Our Overwork Culture >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 May 2019

* Cambridge scientists create world’s first living organism with fully redesigned DNA >>
* Oculus Quest Livestream: Wireless Roomscale VR Games >>
* Google’s Translatotron converts one spoken language to another, no text involved >>

* SpaceX is building another Starship in Florida >>
* SpaceX Building Two Starship Designs and is Ramping Up Raptor Engine Production >>
* SpaceX explains how its internet satellites will survive in orbit >>
* SpaceX Is Launching 60 Starlink Internet Satellites Tonight: How to Watch Live >>

* How Hackers Broke WhatsApp With Just a Phone Call >>
* How Voice Assistants Could Change the Way We Shop >>
* Huawei launches AI-backed database to target enterprise customers >>

* Facebook rolls out ‘one strike’ policy for live-streaming >>
* Facebook, Google and others join Christchurch Call to curb extremism >>
* Free speech: The history every American should know >>
* San Francisco passes city government ban on facial recognition tech >>

* Free-floating DNA to reveal the health of river and lake ecosystems >>
* How Plastic Became a Plague >>
* Scientists Created Bacteria With a Synthetic Genome. Is This Artificial Life? >>

* IBM Sets New Transcription Performance Milestone on Automatic Broadcast News Captioning >>
* Microsoft open-sources a crucial algorithm behind its Bing Search services >>
* Microsoft wants its Azure servers to be as durable as tardigrades >>

* New Relic takes a measured approach to platform overhaul >>
* Researchers Solve Scientific Puzzle That Could Improve Solar Panel Efficiency >>
* The ultra-fast WD Black NVMe SSD was already a fantastic bargain >>

* A.I. Translation Increases Global Ebay Trade >>
* China’s rover peeks under the crust of the far side of the moon >>
* Exxon and Energy Department Team Up on Biofuels, Plastics Research >>

* Tesla Shanghai Factory Building is Nearly Complete >>
* The Galaxy S10 5G goes on sale in the UK June 7th >>
* 5G Networks Will Likely Interfere With US Weather Satellites, Navy Warns >>

* Robocalls could be blocked by phone companies under proposed rules, FCC chairman says >>
* Uber offers ‘Quiet Mode’ so you don’t have to talk to the driver >>

* The Global Economy Was Improving. Then the Fighting Resumed. >>
* Why the U.S.-China Trade War Could Be Long and Painful: No Offramps >>
* Work in America Is Greedy. But It Doesn’t Have to Be. >>

* Augmented reality can change your behavior in the real world >>
* Boosted’s next electric ride is the Rev scooter >>
* Deepfake your pet with a fun, not-at-all terrifying algorithm >>

* This fully biodegradable “leather” is welded together from waste >>
* Engagement Around The World, Charted >>
* A laser system built on principles of supersymmetry >>

* Artificial intelligence is helping old video games look like new >>
* Can faster-than-light particles explain dark matter, dark energy, and the Big Bang? >>
* Coming of Age in the Age of AI: The First Fully Digital Generation >>

* For The First Time, Scientists Turn Human Stem Cells Into Insulin-Producing Cells >>
* Researchers successfully sent a simulated elementary particle back in time >>
* The need for speed >>

* Why sexuality and spirituality belong together >>
* Advice for Women, From Women, on Dealing With Difficult Workplace Situations >>
* Robot therapists need rules >>

* Tesla Car Component Stress Monitoring With Automically Triggered Repair Service >>
* Latin America’s missing middle of midsize firms and middle-class spending power >>
* Disease Risk Prediction from AI and Advanced Genomic Analysis >>

* Atmosphere Is Venting All Its Water into Space >>
* Accelerating Moon Landing to 2024 May Make It More Achievable >>
* How Earth Life Could Come Back from a Sterilizing Asteroid Impact >>

* This NASA Spacecraft Will Crash into an Asteroid to Test Earth’s Defenses Against Space Rocks >>
* The Universe Probably ‘Remembers’ Every Single Gravitational Wave >>
* If There Were a Time Warp, How Would Physicists Find It? >>

* Wearable Cancer Detection Tests 1-2% of Blood Over 2 Hours >>
* NASA Names New Moon Landing Program Artemis After Apollo’s Sister >>
* XKeyboarCD >>

* Falsehoods programmers believe about Unix time >>
* Facebook isn’t secretly listening in on your phone conversations. Really >>
* Sony Licenses ‘Advanced Haptics Patent Portfolio’ For ‘VR Controllers’ >>

* Jeff Bezos personally dumps a truckload of dirt on FedEx’s future >>
* AWS vs. Azure vs. Google: Which Is the Best for Cloud Computing? >>
* How Networks Work >>

* IoT: Leading Edge for Businesses in 2019 >>
* How Exercise Affects Our Memory >>

* TED sabine_doebel_how_your_brain_s_executive_function_works_and_how_to_improve_it >>
* TED Doug_roble_digital_humans_that_look_just_like_us >>
* China’s satellite navigation industry sees rapid development >>
* Innovation serves as new growth engine of Chinese economy >>

* China advocates dialogue, rebuts “clash of civilizations” as conference opens >>
* Chinese President Xi Jinping warns of disaster if one civilisation imposes its will on another >>

* How 9/11 and China’s plan for blanket surveillance created a wave that CCTV camera makers Hikvision and Dahua rode to huge success >>
* Boosted’s First Electric Scooter Is A $1,599 Vehicle Built To Conquer City Streets >>
* Donald Trump is short-circuiting the electronics industry >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 15 May 2019

* NASA to get an extra $1.6 billion to put the first woman on the moon >>
* Lenovo shows off the world’s first ‘foldable PC’ >>
* Amazon’s Away Teams laid bare: How engineers develop and maintain their internal tech >>

* Event Camera Helps Drone Dodge Thrown Objects >>
* High Altitude Balloon Carries Precursor to Interstellar Laser Propelled Starchip >>
* KidneyX Prize Winners Rethink Dialysis >>

* WhatsApp was breached: Here’s what users need to do >>
* WhatsApp hack: Company urges 1.5 billion users to update app over security fears >>
* WhatsApp message spread false rumour of Metro Bank ‘going bankrupt’ and sent savers rushing to empty their accounts >>

* ZombieLoad: Cross Privilege-Boundary Data Leakage >>
* Walmart announces next-day delivery, firing back at Amazon >>

* AUO Developed 3456×3456 HDR LCD Panels For VR Headsets >>
* Most of Game of Thrones’ problems could be solved with therapy >>
* Game of Thrones Recap: How to Ruin Every Beloved Character >>

* How Young Blood Rejuvenates an Old Animal’s Brain >>
* Shining a UV light on a special glue can repair heart wounds >>
* NASA is designing the first ever ALL-ELECTRIC airliner which will produce no greenhouse gas emissions >>

* India’s largest mobile wallet company Paytm now offers a credit card >>
* Machines that Speak and Write Will Make Misinformation Worse >>
* SpaceX to Launch 60 Satellites for Starlink Megaconstellation Soon. This Is What They Look Like >>

* New Jean-Luc Picard Star Trek Series Is Coming to Amazon. Sorta >>
* AI-powered phone service developed will judge you on way the you speak >>
* Scientists can create a perfect map of your gut on a microchip >>

* In cancer research, a winding road to discovery >>
* How AI and machine learning are improving customer experience >>
* Google’s universal shopping cart will work across Search and Images >>

* Google Cloud launches its second region in Japan >>
* Designing for AI, Opinions, Data Moats, and Trans-inclusive Design >>
* Artificial intelligence shines light on the dark web >>

* Apple, Amazon, Google and Microsoft release patches for ZombieLoad chip flaws >>
* An AI Pioneer Explains the Evolution of Neural Networks >>
* Adobe’s latest Lightroom smooths skin without the ‘plastic’ effect >>

* Adobe ties up with Amazon to build D2C stores powered by Amazon’s commerce and fulfillment tools >>
* Adobe Lightroom adds tutorials, shared albums and texture control >>
* 10 lessons learned from Inspiration Sessions at I/O 2019 >>

* Your Brain Stops Time When You Blink >>
* Wireless Network Brings Dust-Sized Brain Implants a Step Closer >>

* Smartphones Replace Fobs for Keyless Vehicle Entry >>
* Tornadoes and Frisky Birds Couldn’t Stop These Delivery Drones >>
* Breakthrough Starshot: Early Testing of ‘Wafer-craft’ Design >>

* Stem Cell Treatments Flourish With Little Evidence That They Work >>
* Uber had an abysmal second day of trading >>
* Uber’s CEO sent an email to employees addressing its disastrous IPO, drawing on Amazon’s and Facebook’s rough starts >>

* Qubiter now has a native TensorFlow Backend >>
* Israeli startup seeks to boost bone renewal and allow targeted drug delivery >>
* Making Facebook a scapegoat is a mistake >>

* Google Marketing Live: Building for the new consumer journey >>
* NASA gives its new Moon mission a name: Artemis >>
* Amazon Prime Day 2019: when is it and what are the best deals to look out for? >>

* Where do you keep credentials for your Lambda functions? >>
* These Self-driving Robo-palettes Will Park Your Car While You Go Shopping >>
* Never Fear, ‘Orville’ Fans! Fox Renews Sci-Fi Show for Third Season >>

* Watch Future Mars Settlers Ride a Space Elevator in This ‘Aniara’ Sci-Fi Film Clip >>
* Rolls-Royce Making Progress on 100-kilowatt Combat Lasers >>
* The Trailer For ‘Midsommar,’ The New Film From The Director Of ‘Hereditary,’ Looks Deeply Disturbing >>

* ‘Drone pilot’ becomes official profession in China as industrial demand for flights soars >>
* China turns attention to jobs as trade war casts shadow over economy, with Li Keqiang demanding jobs for graduates, ex-military and more >>
* US$1 trillion wiped out of global markets led by tech carnage after China vows tariffs on 5,000 US products in trade war escalation >>

* It’s Almost Impossible to Tell if Your iPhone Has Been Hacked >>
* 2019 Trends: Deploying AI Won’t Be a Problem…But Orchestrating It Will Be >>
* CI/CD for .NET MVC Using Jenkins >>

* Microsoft Gains DevOps Momentum >>
* DevOps Tools: DevSecOps Tools Worth Knowing >>
* Automating API Generation and DevOps Pipeline for On Prem Systems >>

* A Serverless Failover Solution for Web 3.0 Validator Nodes >>
* New secret-spilling flaw affects almost every Intel chip since 2011 >>
* SpaceX kicks off its space-based internet service tomorrow with 60-satellite Starlink launch >>

* AT&T promised 7,000 new jobs to get tax break—it cut 23,000 jobs instead >>
* Building a Kubernetes CI/CD pipeline on AWS with CodePipeline & CodeBuild @ Shopgun >>
* Drastically Improve your Kubernetes Deployments with Helm >>

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* Space Debris Tracking Will Be Getting 5 Times Better This Year >>
* Spacexs Starlink Could Cause Cascades Of Space Junk >>

* Microphone in noise-cancelling headsets will send location of enemy sniper to smartphones of troops in real-time >>
* Swarms of automated drones controlled by AI set to patrol Europe’s borders using powerful sensors to detect threats >>
* A photo storage app used customers’ private snaps to train facial recognition AI >>

* Scientists in China develop ultra-long range AI camera that can photograph subjects from 28 MILES away >>
* Here’s who’s aiming to land on the moon within the next decade >>
* Jeff Bezos Has Plans to Extract the Moon’s Water >>

* AI doesn’t see the world like us which is why it is so easily confused >>
* Apollo-era moonquakes suggest lunar colonies must be shake-proof >>
* Climate change is an emergency we can solve >>

* Titan’s seas may be coated in organic goop that stops waves forming >>
* Bike to Work Week: Are e-bikes the answer to health, traffic and environmental issues? >>
* The moon is shrinking and quaking. Is this something to worry about? >>

* The race against deepfakes and dangers of manipulated recordings >>
* Virgin Galactic moves to New Mexico, entering ‘home stretch’ toward commercial flight >>
* Ending Age-Related Diseases: 2019 >>

* Uber offers shareable video of drivers’ ‘journey’ >>
* This Bird Came Back From the Dead—Twice >>
* NASA wants your memories of the Apollo 11 Moon landing >>

* Amazon rolls out machines that pack orders and replace jobs >>
* Amazon offers employees $10K and 3 months’ pay to start their own delivery businesses >>
* Amazon might start using robots to box your orders >>

* Git-rebase, Swift on the Web, Deepfake Dalí, and ML Style Guide >>
* Addressing the Biases Plaguing Algorithms >>
* AI SpaceFactory Wins NASA’s Mars 3D-Printed Habitat Competition >>

* Botched update crashes hundreds of Netherlands police ankle monitors >>
* U.S.-China Trade Talks Stumble on Beijing’s Spending at Home >>

* ServiceNow acqui-hires mobile analytics startup Appsee >>
* Hotstar, Disney’s Indian streaming service, sets new global record for live viewership >>

* A Bizarre Form of Water May Exist All Over the Universe >>
* Sofa Designs So Good, They’re Impossible To Resist >>
* Alternate Histories >>

* Your 5G Phone Won’t Hurt You. But Russia Wants You to Think Otherwise. >>
* How Electric Cars Will Affect Oil Company Investors >>
* New Zealand Seeks Global Support for Tougher Measures on Online Violence >>

* HPE’s CEO lays out his technology vision >>
* Google updates Android Jetpack, unveils Jetpack Compose >>
* Building a Better Globalization >>

* Is Big Tech Needlessly Ruining Entire Industries? >>
* Boeing’s New Plan: Replace Human Inspectors With Technology >>
* ULA Awarded $149 Million Delta IV Heavy Launch Contract for NRO Mission >>

* Algorithm similar to the ones used by Netflix and Spotify to recommend content can predict who will DIE or have a heart attack with 90% accuracy >>
* Tech-savvy people more likely to trust digital doctors >>
* Use of robots and artificial intelligence to understand the deep sea >>

* The Future of Work & Automation >>
* Human Rights Watch reverse-engineered the app that Chinese state uses to spy on people in Xinjiang >>
* Forget the Anthropocene: We’ve Entered the Synthetic Age >>

* EXOLAUNCH Will Launch UAE Cubesat to Monitor CO2 and Methane >>
* Elon Musk shows off SpaceX’s 60 internet-beaming satellites packed together for launch >>
* Amazon Prime’s one-day shipping is already rolling out >>

* NASA is developing 3D printed soft robots that look like inflatable aliens and move like living organisms to explore the moon and nearby planets >>
* Keep your whole team’s passwords secure with RoboForm Everywhere >>
* SpaceX’s Crew Dragon is having trouble — and that’s okay >>

* Chinese guided missile destroyer suitable for mass production: experts >>
* China’s lunar rover travels over 190 meters on moon’s far side >>
* The Case for having Kids >>

* Nike’s iPhone App Will Use AR To Fit Shoes With Sub-2mm Accuracy >>
* LightSail 2 set to launch next month aboard SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket >>
* To Message Bus or Not: Distributed Systems Design >>

* 10 Amazing Articles On Python Programming And Machine Learning [Week 3] >>
* CI/CD Ingredients for Success >>
* When Not to Use Machine Learning >>

* DevOps Tools: DevSecOps Tools Worth Knowing >>
* Vodafone NZ sold for $3.4b >>

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