Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 September 2018

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* Amazon could open 3,000 cashierless Go stores by 2021 >>
* Programmable ‘skins’ turn any household object into a robot >>
* Smart pills can transmit data to your doctors, but what about privacy? >>

* North Korea agrees to inspections in bid to salvage nuclear talks >>
* When Power Lines Break, a New Control System Keeps the Sparks From Flying >>
* A mind-reading headset lets people fly drones using their thoughts >>

* Satellite uses giant net to practice capturing space junk >>
* Amazon shopping test recommends products based on your likes >>
* Alibaba Cloud to support live broadcast of 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo >>

* Carnegie Mellon is Saving Old Software from Oblivion >>
* Python 2 support for runbooks slithers out of preview >>
* Ai That Grows Your Plants For You >>

* AWS claims Storage Gateway appliance doesn’t need you to manage it >>
* Microsoft Azure gains Availability Zones and Immutable Blobs >>
* Amazon is now the third largest digital ad platform in the U.S. >>
* Amazon launches in Turkey >>

* SpaceX’s New BFR Spaceship Really Does Look Like Tintin’s Moon Rocket >>
* SpaceX to livestream private BFR Moon mission “in high-def VR” with Starlink satellites >>
* Why the SpaceX Lunar Tourists Won’t Walk on the Moon >>

* NASA’s New Planet-Hunter TESS Beams ‘First Light’ Image to Earth >>
* Password bypass flaw in Western Digital My Cloud drives puts data at risk >>
* China’s Leaders Soften Their Stance on AI >>

* Could rockets powered by light someday soon be launched into space? >>
* Scientists recreate images of people’s memories from brain activity >>
* How Breakthrough Listen Trained AI to Spot Elusive, Mysterious Radio Bursts >>

* Wasps are being wiped out just as fast as bees but nobody cares >>
* Implantable Drug-Making Cells >>

* The Physics of a Star Wars Bomber Dropping Bombs in Space >>
* Cloudflare wants internet route leaks to be a thing of the past >>
* For JavaScript Developers, More Choices Mean Hard Choices >>

* Linux On Windows 10: Running Ubuntu VMs Just Got a Lot Easier, Says Microsoft >>
* Thinking Like a Human: What It Means to Give AI a Theory of Mind >>
* High blood pressure breakthrough: Over 500 genes uncovered >>

* IBM launches cloud tool to detect AI bias and explain automated decisions >>
* GitLab raises $100M >>
* Chinese government announces it will begin genetic testing of Olympic hopefuls >>

* Clearing out old cells might help the brain >>
* Killing ‘zombie’ brain cells can prevent memory loss in mice >>

* Alibaba will build its own AI chip to support self-driving cars >>
* IKEA designs future autonomous cars that work as hotels, stores, and meeting rooms >>
* The biology of Alzheimer’s – and how we might find a cure >>

* Lab-Grown Meat >>
* Reimagining of Schrödinger’s Cat Breaks Quantum Mechanics—and Stumps Physicists >>
* TV lovers rejoice! Sky and Netflix join forces to create an ultimate streaming package >>

* Most mammals need a BONE in their penis because they mate so frequently for long time it ensures their genitals survive the encounter >>
* Aerial surveys over Arctic released as scientists ramp up efforts to track melting ice >>

* Drug Fights Liver Cancer With Fewer Side Effects >>
* Children ‘need protection’ from AI home devices that collect and share their data >>
* A $100, mini version of original PlayStation is on way with 20 games >>

* Amazon is introducing at least 8 new Alexa devices by the end of the year >>
* Artificial intelligence can transform the economy >>
* ‘Robotic Skins’ turn everyday objects into robots >>

* Introducing AI Fairness 360 >>
* Trust and Transparency for AI on the IBM Cloud >>
* Onzo expands ride-sharing business, 2,500 e-scooters set to hit Auckland’s streets >>

* AI can identify objects based on verbal descriptions >>
* Solving the mystery of sleep >>

* Microsoft is putting HoloLens to work with new Dynamics 365 applications >>
* Microsoft adds two more Dynamics 365 AI apps to its roadmap >>
* Microsoft launches new AI applications for customer service and sales >>

* Google launches new AI initiatives in Japan >>
* Sony’s reborn Aibo robot is available for pre-order in the US >>

* QAnon Is Trying to Trick Facebook’s Meme-Reading AI >>
* Chrome OS revamp delivers a new look and Linux app support >>
* Mosquitoes are eating plastic and spreading it to new food chains >>

* ‘Flying taxis’ could become a reality – if the public says it wants them >>
* The Application Of AI To Augment Physicians And Reduce Burnout >>
* Save time and money by filtering faces during indexing with Amazon Rekognition >>

* SpaceX would support space weapons race >>
* Gold Nanomaterials Make Photoelectrode Shine Bright >>
* Running Chrome in a Docker container >>

* Alibaba will no longer bring 1 million jobs to the US, citing tariffs >>
* ‘Made In China 2025’: a peek at the robot revolution under way in the hub of the ‘world’s factory’ >>
* Japan eager to be on board vertical take-off ‘flying cars’ >>
* Tencent releases open platform to help drive AI projects at other companies >>

* Alphabet AI Is Helping Release Sterile Mosquitoes in Singapore >>
* Microservices on Kubernetes >>
* API Gateway vs. Service Mesh >>
* Jenkins Configuration as Code: Migration >>
* Use a Voice Assistant as a Dictation Machine for a CMS >>
* Malware Detection With Convolutional Neural Networks in Python >>

* Some Lessons From Elon Musk >>
* Angry Birds Is Coming To Magic Leap One Creator Edition >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 September 2018

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* AI That Can Argue and Instruct >>
* Machine-learning system tackles speech and object recognition, all at once >>
* JAXA Wants Telepresence Robots for In-Space Construction and Exploration >>

* AI for Molecular Design >>
* Japanese startup making reusable spaceplanes >>
* Mars-Moon Lava Tube habitation simulation in Iceland >>

* Artificial genes show life does not have to be based on DNA >>
* Precision Medicine Comes of Age >>
* First Boeing 777 (aged 24) makes its last flight – to a museum >>

* Future robo-taxis could charge themselves and help balance the electric grid >>
* Audi is adding Alexa to the E-Tron and other select models >>
* Sandalwood makes the human head sprout more hair >>

* Book: Ctrl-Shift 50 games for 50 ****ING days like to day >>
* Moxi Prototype from Diligent Robotics Starts Helping Out in Hospitals >>

* Startup: Triton Submarines, Readies Luxury Personal Sub That’s Surprisingly Capable >>
* Software Could Lead To Personalized Leukemia Treatments >>

* SpaceX Will Fly a Japanese Billionaire Yusaku Maezawa (and Artists, Too!) Around Moon in 2023 >>
* SpaceX’s 1st Passenger Flight Around Moon Will Be an Epic Art Project #dearMoon >>
* Elon’s vision is regular flights to the moon that regular people could afford >>
* First SpaceX BFS to Mars will be named the Heart of Gold >>
* SpaceX wants to send private citizens to the moon (again) >>
* How SpaceX’s 1st Passenger Flight Around the Moon with Yusaku Maezawa Will Work >>
* Will Elon Musk Fly on SpaceX’s Private Moon Flight in 2023 with Japanese Billionaire? >>
* Elon Musk unveils first tourist for SpaceX ‘Moon loop’ >>

* Kelsey Hightower and Chris Gaun on serverless and Kubernetes >>
* Kubeflow making ML workflows on Kubernetes simple >>
* Argo Open source container-native workflow engine for Kubernetes >>

* Gates Foundation: Progress in fighting poverty and disease could soon reverse >>
* The case for humanities in the era of AI, automation, and technology >>
* A $1, Linux-Capable, Hand-Solderable Processor >>

* Google reveals new feature that let parents turn off their teen’s handset using its AI assistant >>
* David Patterson Says It’s Time for New Computer Architectures and Software Languages >>
* A third of us would go one-way to Mars – but it may shrink your brain >>

* 2018 Emmys were a watershed moment for streaming TV >>
* Game Streaming’s Latency Problems Will Be Over in a Few Years, CEO Says >>
* iRobot i7+ initial impressions >>

* BBC Reveals ‘Doctor Who’ Details Ahead of New Season >>
* Big Data and Machine Learning Won’t Save Us from Another Financial Crisis >>
* Google holds competition to help its algorithm tell bikes from birds >>

* Amazon launches “Amazon Storefronts” >>
* Framer X design tool steps in the ring with InVision, Adobe, and Sketch >>
* This is how police will deal with crime in space >>

* Only one in five UK adults would choose to live forever if they could >>
* Why wouldn’t you want to live forever? New Scientist editors debate >>
* What the UK public really thinks about the future of science >>

* Linux Community To Adopt New Code of Conduct >>
* Cloudflare’s new ‘one-click’ DNSSEC setup will make it far more difficult to spoof websites >>
* Putting the privilege back into access management >>
* Cloudflare invites folk to dabble in the ‘distributed web’ with InterPlanetary File System gateway >>

* The world’s first hydrogen train is now in service >>
* The Dawn of Twitter and the Age of Awareness >>
* Why the Gene Editors of Tomorrow Need to Study Ethics Today >>

* An AI Pioneer, and the Researcher Bringing Humanity to AI >>
* How Apple Makes the AI Chip Powering the iPhone’s Fancy Tricks >>
* Solar-powered yacht capable of sailing around the world without stopping to refuel is unveiled >>

* Interplanetary Umbrella: New Heat Shield Could Land Bigger Payloads on Planets >>
* Tiny Satellites Headed to Mars Likely Are First of Many >>
* Class Action Lawsuit Charges IBM With Age Discrimination >>

* Behold Ubisoft’s gloriously ridiculous Assassin’s Creed Amazon Echo >>
* Google’s Trafalgar Square lion uses AI to generate crowdsourced poem >>
* Learn hundreds of new tech skills with unlimited access to these online courses >>

* Why Sex and Gender Matter in Migraine >>
* Quantum mechanics may contradict itself when applied to big objects >>
* Hair-sized Wireless Sensor Uses Light To Gather Heat Data >>

* Can scientists crack the secret of Nasa’s ‘impossible’ fuel-free thruster? >>
* Lyft hits 1 billion rides a couple of months after Uber hit 10 billion trips >>
* Henry Winkler Wins First Emmy 40 Years After The Fonz >>

* Schizophrenia: ‘Resyncing’ brain circuits could halt symptoms >>
* Netflix and Amazon won big at the Emmys >>
* AI helps unlock ‘dark matter’ of bizarre superconductors >>

* How AI and machine learning are going to change your network >>
* Notes from the AI frontier: Applications and value of deep learning >>
* Understanding Neural Networks. From neuron to RNN, CNN, and Deep Learning >>

* Doctor Dolittle animal fantasy could become reality with AI >>
* I Do Not Work With Windows! [Comic] >>
* Docker, the Last Tool I’ll Ever Install? >>

* How to Spot a DevOps Faker: 5 Questions, 5 Answers >>
* IoT Edge Processing With Apache NiFi, MiniFi, and Multiple Deep Learning Libraries: Part 2 >>
* Destroying the Human World With AI: Myth or Reality? >>

* ‘Made In China 2025’: a peek at the robot revolution under way in the hub of the ‘world’s factory’ >>
* Japan eager to be on board vertical take-off ‘flying cars’ >>
* The Case for Radically Enhancing Humanity >>

* Sony Patents VR Headset That Combats Simulation Sickness With Eye-Tracking And More >>
* How NASA plans to use lunar dust to build structures on the Moon >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 September 2018

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* Ikea is now interested in self-driving cars >>
* Watch Elon Musk announce SpaceX’s first Moon passenger >>
* Four entirely-new personality types – average, reserved, self-centred, role model >>

* Skin genetically engineered to destroy cocaine could prevent addiction >>
* The Higgs hunter has just turned 10. Why is nobody celebrating? >>
* First ‘issue-free’ build of Windows 10 October 2018, Machine Learning for .NET… >>

* Machines Are Going To Perform More Tasks Than Humans By 2025 >>
* Robots and artificial intelligence will take over HALF of all tasks in the workplace by 2025 >>
* Robots will create millions more jobs than they displace, claims WEF >>
* AI to affect 70% of occupations as robotics complement China’s shrinking labor force >>

* An algorithm is learning to detect whether patients will wake from a coma >>
* Genetic Skin Graft Helps Mice Kick Cocaine Habit >>
* DZone Research: Hot Databases! >>

* Lunar railgun for super-cheap Mars missions and Giant Mars open atmosphere lasers >>
* Long-term colonization of the solar system with 290,000 square feet per person >>
* Nvidia researchers generate synthetic brain MRI images for AI research >>

* AI in social work: algorithms don’t have all the answers >>
* This AI Predicts Obesity Prevalence—All the Way from Space >>
* Who has led the most interesting life? >>

* Circuit found for brain’s statistical inference about motion >>
* Mouse study reveals that activity, not rest, speeds recovery after brain injury >>
* The Best Yoga Mats of 2018 >>

* ‘World’s first’ hydrogen-powered trains are now in service across Germany >>
* Bombardier revives the battery-powered train >>
* The Car in the Age of Connectivity: Enabling Car to Cloud Connectivity >>

* Humans stay in bad relationships because they are inherently forgiving, study suggests >>
* Amazon taps Getty to provide images for visual searches on the Echo Show and Echo Spot >>
* Uber tests its own traffic estimates as it moves beyond cars >>

* Surveillance camera vulnerability could allow hackers to spy on and alter recordings >>
* Audi: Autonomous cars alone won’t solve traffic jams >>
* The Latest Course Catalog Trend? Blockchain 101 >>

* Future of Fish Farming May Be Indoors >>
* Advanced Diagnostics for Personalized Medicine >>
* Musk says Tesla has gone from ‘production hell’ to ‘delivery logistics hell’ >>

* CloudFlare’s IPFS Gateway Makes it Easy To Create Distributed Web Sites >>
* Protecting Company Culture Means Having Rules for Email >>
* Amazon opens its next cashier-less store in Chicago >>

* The ‘explosion of life’ on Earth 500 million years ago was NOT sparked by meteorites >>
* Google isn’t killing ‘www’ in Chrome just yet >>
* Salesforce’s Marc Benioff is the new owner of Time magazine. >>

* A sub-two-hour marathon is not as fanciful as some might imagine >>
* Why Is M-Theory the Leading Candidate for Theory of Everything? >>
* Mars Explorers Could Live in ‘Igloo’ Near Red Planet’s North Pole >>

* Streaming services in talks to release movies in IMAX theaters >>
* Four industries Apple is set to disrupt >>

* Blood Test Tells The Time Of Your Personal Clock >>
* These Neurons Could Be Key To Fighting Addiction >>
* Eye Cells Change Jobs To See Better At Night >>

* Augmented Reality Everywhere >>
* Cosmic Collision Forges Galactic Ring >>
* Lucid Motors secures $1 billion from Saudi wealth fund to launch the Air >>

* Elon Musk’s SpaceX to name first passenger for round-the-moon flight Monday >>
* Navy’s carrier-borne jet force takes off to hit a higher level >>
* China adds 375 million jobs in past 40 years >>

* Sales Force Productivity: How Do You Know? >>
* Flying Cars May Work Best When Tethered to Power Lines >>
* Researchers Just Got Funding to Grow a Neural Network in a Petri Dish >>

* iOS 12 Is Out Now — And The Reviews Sound Promising >>
* iOS 12 makes your phone faster than ever >>
* Self-driving pods are slow, boring, and weird-looking — and that’s a good thing >>

* First Build Your Foundations for Agile >>
* Challenges in Implementing Microservices >>
* Data Consistency in Microservices Architecture >>
* Integrating Docker-Compose Steps With Octopus Deploy >>
* Jenkins Configuration as Code: Need for Speed! >>
* Autonomous Database: Creating an Autonomous Data Warehouse Instance >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 September 2018

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* Astronomers Have Found the Universe’s Missing Matter >>
* AI Finds More Space Chatter >>
* Harvesting marijuana with robots is hard. Here’s how one company figured it out. >>

* Open AI co-founder on AGI >>
* The New Hunt for Dark Matter >>
* Machine learning? Neural networks? Here’s your guide to the many flavors of A.I. >>

* ‘A new bladder made from my cells gave me my life back’ >>
* Existing technology to mine water and ice on Mars >>

* The Linux Kernel Has Grown By 225,000 Lines of Code This Year, With Contributions From About 3,300 Developers >>
* Canada court says ISPs can charge studios for hunting pirates >>

* Drilling and mining on the moon >>
* US economy is strong and should stay strong well into 2019 at least >>
* Rejuvenating blood vessels and vitality for an antiaging effect >>

* Digital price tags: The future of retailing? >>
* Automation: The Exaggerated Threat of Robots >>
* Addiction To Fortnite Cited In Over 200 Divorce Petitions >>

* New trailers: She-Ra, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, and more >>
* For William Shatner, Early ‘Star Trek’ Was Far From Glamorous >>
* New ‘Doctor Who’ Premieres in October >>
* Captain Marvel: New Villain, Plot Details Revealed >>

* 747 airplane from Burning Man still sitting in Black Rock Desert; BLM says get it out >>
* Tai chi: an ancient art may work best to prevent falls in old age >>
* New Lyft app will give directions to scooters, public transit in Santa Monica >>

* Learn how to become a full-stack developer in less than 20 hours >>
* Oldest person in the UK: How has life changed? >>
* 20 of the most exciting under-the-radar retail startups to watch in 2018 >>

* Monolith to Microservices Using the Strangler Pattern >>
* Moving Towards Self-Adaptive Systems: ML-Based Auto-Tuning in Middleware >>
* Beginners Guide to Blockchain Technology (Part 2) >>

* Challenges in Implementing Microservices >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 September 2018

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* SpaceX announces plan to announce plan to send someone around the moon in planned spaceship >>
* Robotic bumble bee sized drones will explore Mars by flying with flapping insect like wings >>
* BMW unveils its vision for the ‘iFuture’ of luxury vehicles >>

* Wait … pizza is a vegetable? Decoding regulations using machine learning >>
* AI: Quantifying forgiveness >>
* Practical ML today and tomorrow >>

* Leveraging the best of the past to power a better future >>
* The secret to great design >>
* How AI Can Save Our Humanity >>
* The data imperative >>

* Docker fave Alpine Linux suffers bug miscreants can exploit to poison containers >>
* How Bots Ruined Clicktivism >>
* Helping computers fill in the gaps between video frames >>

* Last Delta II Rocket Launches NASA Satellite to Map Earth’s Ice with Space Laser >>
* Breakthrough in schizophrenia identifies importance of immune cells >>
* Research reveals link between immunity, diabetes >>

* Apple Watch stole the show from this year’s new iPhones >>
* NVIDIA’s RTX cards are a gamble on the future of gaming >>
* The Intelligent Car is Here. Are You Ready? >>

* Brazil space station open for small satellite business >>
* India Shows off the Spacesuit its Astronauts Will be Using in 2022 >>
* Large Hadron Collider celebrates 10 years. What have we learned? >>

* The Exquisite, Intricate Insanity of Riding a Bike at 168 MPH >>
* The New ECG Apple Watch Could Do More Harm Than Good >>
* Elon Musk plan to build tower constructed with ‘lifesize LEGO-like bricks’ from leftover tunnels dirt >>

* Mary Meeker, ‘Queen of the Internet,’ Is Leaving Kleiner Perkins to Start a New Fund >>
* Timing Planetary Migration in the Early System >>
* The Closest Exoplanet to Earth Could Be ‘Highly Habitable’ >>

* Hydrogen can form ‘ghost bonds’ with something that isn’t even there >>
* Why a rake on the moon messed up our theories of life on Earth >>
* The Top 10 Emerging Technologies of 2018 >>

* Almost Half of US Cellphone Calls Will Be Scams By Next Year, Says Report >>
* Facebook’s AI Can Analyze Memes, but Can It Understand Them? >>
* a16z Podcast: What’s at the Core of the Latest Apple Announcement? >>

* How NASA Will Use a Space Laser to Measure Earth’s Thinning Ice Sheets >>
* Consolidate Robot and CNC Controllers in a Single Real-time Windows IPC >>
* Nuclear power and geoengineering are needed for climate solution >>

* Tiny camera lens may help link quantum computers to network >>
* Disrupting genetic processes reverses ageing in human cells >>
* Elon Musk Is Digging a Tunnel in a Residential Garage and Nobody Knows Exactly Why >>

* SpaceX Big Falcon SpaceShip has a new design with three larger fins >>
* SpaceX BFR will allow people to work and live in space and the hardest parts of engine development are done >>
* Woolly Mammoths would prevent the permafrost from melting and help save the planet >>

* The first common 3D-printed buildings might be army barracks >>
* Automated Weather Source; Amazon snatches up AWS.com >>
* The Netherlands Now Has The World’s First Recycled Plastic Bike Path >>

* Samsung teases a quad-camera Galaxy because smartphones are like razors now >>
* CEO’s Guide to Retirement >>
* Netflix’s newest program certifies post-production tools for Netflix Originals >>

* Mark Zuckerberg’s election integrity note contained an argument against breaking up Facebook >>
* US carriers create single sign-on service that could end passwords >>
* What Happens When Gig-Economy Workers Become Employees >>

* Google teases Pixel 3 launch in the wake of Apple’s iPhone event >>
* Plants can ‘feel’ you picking them! Video shows that leaves fire off pain signals to warn their neighbours of danger when attacked >>
* Limit access to a Jupyter notebook instance by IP address >>

* Classifying high-resolution chest x-ray medical images with Amazon SageMaker >>
* Why Can’t More Than Four People Have a Conversation at Once? >>
* How phytoplankton survive in ocean gyres with low nutrient supplies >>

* Your muscles are ready to run, whether you like it or not. >>
* 19 TV shows that have won the most Emmys >>
* World’s largest private yacht cost $600 million to build and has held the record for more than 5 years >>

* Age bias is subconscious, study indicates >>
* World speed record for polymer simulations shattered by over a hundred-fold >>
* Mind–Body Problems: My Meta-Solution to the Mystery of Who We Really Are >>

* Japan Delays Launch of New Space Station Cargo Ship Again >>
* US Missile Defense Agency seeks controls for high G maneuvers for hypersonic interceptors >>
* SpaceX Moon Orbit Tourist might be one of these Japanese Billionaires >>

* Progress to photonic quantum computation >>
* Swarm of probes could measure the mass of asteroids and comets >>
* Hulu’s ‘The First’ Confronts the Drama of Getting Humans to Mars >>

* Final Delta II Launch to Mark End of First Pioneering Era of US Rockets >>
* Why the Pentagon’s $10 billion JEDI deal has cloud companies going nuts >>
* 400GE is Revolutionary, Not Evolutionary >>

* Self-Driving Car Developers Should Put Pedestrians First >>
* Do robots dream of Prada? How artificial intelligence is reprogramming fashion >>
* Jeff Bezos says the ‘secret sauce’ to Amazon’s success is an ‘obsessive compulsive focus’ on customer over competitor >>

* China’s pockets may not be deep enough to bail out emerging markets >>
* This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web >>
* Nuclear pasta in neutron stars may be the strongest material in the universe >>

* SpaceX President talks BFR and Mars exploration in laid-back Madrid Q&A session >>
* Scientists Are Developing New Ways to Treat Disease with Cells, Not Drugs >>
* Virtual Reality Simulation >>

* ISSUE 134: People First >>
* Chinese innovators help build global manufacturing advantages >>
* China becomes world’s first country with complete high-speed rail network >>

* The Rise of Non-Microservices Architectures >>
* Microservices in a Post-Kubernetes Era >>
* When to Rely on DevOps-as-a-Service >>
* The Role of Machine Learning in the Telecom Industry >>
* Machine learning—Is the emperor wearing clothes? >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 September 2018

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* MIT built a health-tracking sensor that can ‘see’ through walls >>
* Alphabet’s Loon Balloons Just Beamed the Internet Across 620 Miles >>
* $100 ultrasound machines size of bandaids will be wearable in future smartwatches >>

* Boring Company gets approval to build a tunnel connecting a garage to a hyperloop >>
* Facebook rolls out photo/video fact checking so partners can train its AI >>
* Bandages laser-bonded to your skin may fix wounds better than stitches >>
* SpaceX says it will send someone around the Moon on its future monster rocket >>

* Facebook’s new ‘SapFix’ AI automatically debugs your code >>
* First look at new Boeing 777X-9 >>
* Secondary payload delivery SpaceX launch will send Israeli lunar lander to moon in 2019 >>

* Economist Tyler Cowen launches a fellowship and grant program for moon shot ideas >>
* AI-Human “Hive Mind” Diagnoses Pneumonia >>
* France building 5 new high speed rail lines for $15.6 billion >>

* This insect-inspired robot can fly a kilometer on a charge with its flappy wings >>
* Larry Page once led a Google project that would shoot bicyclists 35 miles down a glass tube >>
* Microsoft acquires Lobe, a drag-and-drop AI tool >>

* A robotic bartender called Yanu will soon be fixing drinks at European airports >>
* World population is now half middle class or richer >>
* Updated World Income Distribution >>

* Planning Doesn’t Have to Be the Enemy of Agile >>
* Using machine learning to improve dialog flow in conversational applications >>
* Keeping the Human Element in Customer Service While Using AI and Chatbots >>
* Using machine learning to improve dialog flow in conversational applications >>
* Why you need customer development >>
* Testing Microservices: Tools and Frameworks >>

* Breaking the Monolithic Database in Your Microservices Architecture >>
* Stop Rerunning Your Tests >>
* Common Security Challenges in CI/CD Workflows >>
* Building Models With AutoML in IBM Watson Studio >>
* Query Databases Using Java Streams >>
* Introduction to JSON With Java >>

* The hunt for red tide relies upon AI and retirees >>
* Soon your doctor will be able to wirelessly track your health—even through walls >>
* NASA set to launch $1 BILLION space laser this weekend in mission to map Earth’s melting ice >>

* Forget smart ovens. Intelligent HVAC is the smart home’s future >>
* This is how Google motivates its employees >>
* The rich want to use money to solve problems, except the problems that made them rich >>

* Apple Tries To Wipe AirPower From the History Books >>
* Elon Musk’s Boring Company wants to connect your garage to its hyperloop >>
* Jeff Bezos will put $2 billion of his $150 billion towards his new philanthropic fund >>

* Uber drivers in Denmark could face fines for every ride they offered >>
* What to Do If There’s No Clear Career Path for You at Your Company >>
* Nasa’s spacecraft made to deflect incoming asteroids entered final stages, launch ‘by 2020’ >>
* BMW unveils a video of an autonomous bike leaning into corners and braking to showcase an AI it hopes will prevent accidents for riders >>
* The first trailer for Netflix’s spin on ‘Sabrina the Teenage Witch’ is here >>
* Researchers speed up 3D-printing with nanodiamonds >>

* Just one tiny piece of plastic may be enough to kill a baby turtle >>
* Plastic is killing 40% of baby sea turtles >>
* Birds can learn to understand the meanings of other species’ calls >>
* Security Risks of Government Hacking >>

* Why Self-Help Might Actually Be Making You Less Happy >>
* Google created a tool to test for biases in AI data >>

* A New Robotic Fly Dips and Dives Like the Real Thing >>
* Chinese e-car start-up makes NYSE debut >>
* China and ASEAN advanced technologies showcased in CAEXPO >>

* Making Self-Driving Cars Safe for the World, Through Simulation >>
* This Astrophysics Grad Student Doesn’t Always Make Memes… But When He Does, He Uses Deep Learning >>
* AI Just Detected 72 Radio Bursts That Could Come From Aliens >>

* Self-driving delivery startup Nuro releases its voluntary safety report >>
* The iPhone XR shows how unnecessary 3D Touch has always been >>
* How to pick between the new iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR >>

* Where in the World Is Larry Page? >>

* This smart power strip lets you individually control each outlet >>
* Jeff Bezos is going to create schools where ‘the child is the customer’ >>
* Boring Company will build a futuristic tunnel garage >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 September 2018

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* Apple’s New Iphones Don’t Look Different, But They’re Made To Feel Different >>
* Watch Apple’s 2018 iPhone event in 12 minutes >>
* Apple’s A12 Bionic is the first 7-nanometer smartphone chip >>
* Watch Apple’s ‘Mission: Impossible’ style spaceship HQ tour >>

* Reversing human aging and claims they made mice live twice as long >>
* Study: CRISPR may have cracked cancer’s “immortality switch” >>

* Gluten may be making you tired and depressed according to a new study >>
* Oracle forges a Java microservices framework >>
* The future of data warehousing >>

* AI, ML, and the IoT will destroy the data center and the cloud (just not in the way you think) >>
* The answer to life, the universe, and everything: But can you get that into production? >>
* Preserving privacy and security in machine learning >>

* Highlights from the Strata Data Conference in New York 2018 >>
* Alphabet will launch six high-altitude balloons to beam mobile internet to the remotest parts of the planet from next year >>
* An antioxidant might lead to new therapies for bone arthritis >>

* At the molecular level, aging is not always a matter of ‘pay later’ >>
* MIT taught a neural network how to show its work >>
* Alien messages? AI breakthrough as HUNDREDS of deep space bursts discovered >>

* Mysterious Light Flashes Are Coming from Deep Space, and AI Just Found More of Them >>
* NASA’s Asteroid-Sampling Spacecraft Begins Its Science Work Today >>
* Aircraft That Fly Like Hummingbirds >>

* SpaceX block 5 reusability results better than expected which could mean costs could eventually drop in half >>
* SpaceX still targeting 2019 BFR hop testing of upper stage >>
* US Army will test laser power for long endurance drones >>

* Intel Execs Address the AI Talent Shortage, AI Education, and the “Cool” Factor >>
* Insect-Inspired Vision System Helps Drones Pass Through Small Gaps >>
* Computer Security Researchers: WPA3 Could Have Been Better, Stronger >>

* Calling All Robots >>
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