Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 November 2018

November 12, 2018 Leave a comment

* Star Trek-like Tech Seals Wounds with a Laser >>
* This sensor can detect the molecular makeup of your food >>
* Bill Gates expects to “share the future” with Chinese partners >>

* From follower to leader: Digital transformation and the road to 5G in southern Asia-Pacific >>
* A whole new defence system against germs in our noses >>
* Magnetic eye implants could save the eyesight of glaucoma patients >>

* Watch real-life Iron Men do the first jetpack launch from the ground >>
* Magnetic eye implants could save the eyesight of glaucoma patients >>
* Five reasons why you should be at Disrupt Berlin this November >>

* First Toy Story 4 teaser introduces Forky >>
* Netflix will test a cheaper pricing tier, possibly in Asia >>
* Introduction to Amazon SageMaker Object2Vec >>

* Microsoft is working on a Google G Suite to Office 365 migration toolset >>
* Counting Computers, New Software, Unix History, and Tencent Framework >>

* Can AIs Create True Art? >>
* The Risk That Ebola Will Spread to Uganda Is Now ‘Very High’ >>
* K-means clustering with Amazon SageMaker >>

* Samsung’s folding phone ‘Galaxy F’ will cost almost £400 MORE than iPhone XS >>
* Staff should be allowed to start work at 10am and the traditional 9am-5pm day scrapped because it may harm workers’ health >>
* WhatsApp struggling to control fake news in India, researchers say >>

* How to Tie Executive Compensation to Sustainability >>
* YouTube’s VR app arrives on Oculus Go >>
* 3 Business Models That Could Bring Million-Dollar Cures to Everyone >>

* How solar panels could cool our homes while harvesting energy >>
* In venture capital, it’s still the age of the unicorn >>
* Self-driving cars will be for sex, scientists say >>

* Intel’s new 5G modem might power Apple’s first 5G iPhones >>
* Why Are Engineers Getting DevOps Fatigue? >>
* Chrome Dev Summit 2018: Building a Faster, Smoother, Capable Web >>

* The American Dream 2.0: why America should reject Silicon Valley’s new wealth redistribution and bring a new G.I. Bill >>
* Tencent to reserve one in five promotions for young talent to refresh managerial ranks >>
* CIIE reflects openness, draws world closer to China >>

* China announces roadmap for building stronger modern air force >>
* 5G to be expected on Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge >>
* Alibaba’s shopping event sales hit $1 billion in 85 seconds >>

* Bruce Sterling & Benjamin Bratton in Conversation >>
* Bruce Sterling: Speculative architecture >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 November 2018

November 11, 2018 Leave a comment

* Rocket Lab’s Modest Launch Is Giant Leap for Small Rocket Business >>
* World is Running Out of Sand, and People Are Dying as a Result >>
* Teaching robots body language offers common ground for humans and machines >>

* Asia be over half of the world economy in 2028 >>
* Anti-earthquake Bed >>

* Alibaba Singles Day sales frenzy surpasses records >>
* AI helps couriers prepare for Singles’ Day, the world’s largest shopping spree >>
* Alibaba Had Another Big Singles Day. The Party May Not Last. >>
* Trade war will not derail rise of China’s middle-class consumers, Alibaba’s Tsai says >>

* Google’s new video-game streaming service could mark the beginning of the end for gaming consoles >>
* Robots will soon match humans in creativity, emotional intelligence >>
* AI robot that can do makeups exhibited at CIIE >>

* Chinese electronics giant Xiaomi opens NZ store, sells out of e-scooters in hours >>
* Bubble lets you create web applications with no coding experience >>
* British companies plan to microchip staff using Biolax equipment >>

* Quantum ‘compass’ promises navigation without using GPS >>
* 5 Technologies Bringing Healthcare Systems into the Future >>
* Quantum ‘compass’ could allow navigation without relying on satellites >>

* Blockchains in Space! Revisited >>
* Cloudflare rolls out its 1.1.1.1 privacy service to iOS, Android >>
* Microsoft acquires CRPG heavyweights Obsidian and InXile >>

* Cyclists Are Faster Than Cars And Motorbikes in Cities and Towns, Study Says >>
* Living on ‘Mars 2’: The Real Tech Behind Nat Geo’s Martian Colony >>
* Improve Your Productivity By Creating A ‘To Don’t’ List >>

* New SpaceX BFR Simulation from Low Earth Orbit and Return >>
* Dyson might design an air purifier that also works as headphones >>
* Ray Kurzweil — Human Level AI is Just 12 Years >>

* Microsoft’s Xbox exclusives push continues with new studio acquisitions >>
* Tencent, Chinese scientists initiate award program to prompt sci-tech development >>
* Verizon cuts the price of its unlimited prepaid plan >>

* ISSUE 142: VMware’s Serverless Angle >>
* CloudBees’ Jenkins X Offers Cloud Native Continuous Integration >>

* Top 10 Most Popular AI Models >>
* Lack of Workplace Training Puts AI Revolution at Risk >>
* What Is Infrastructure as Code? >>

* Ultimate List of 30 IoT Platforms You Must Try in 2018 >>
* M2M Vs. IoT: the Ultimate Battle of the Trending Technologies >>
* Smart Infrastructure in the IoT Era >>

* How to Build a Highly Scalable IoT Platform on DC/OS >>
* The Future of Mobile Banking Technology >>
* Mobile App Development 2018: The Year Of Wearable Devices and IoT >>

* Blockchain and IoT: Creating New Possibilities >>
* Survey: Rapid Automation of IT Ops Looms Ahead >>
* Tips, techniques and strategies to systematically improve your application delivery >>
* VMware to Acquire Heptio to Accelerate Enterprise Adoption of Kubernetes On-Premises and across Multi-Cloud Environments >>
* Docker Launches New Program for Migrating Legacy Windows Server 2008 Applications to Alleviate End of Support Issues >>
* Cisco Unveils Hybrid Kubernetes Platform for AWS >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11 November 2018

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* Robots are learning hand gestures by watching hours of TED talks >>
* Emotion hotels, artificial clouds and more >>
* Alibaba’s Singles’ Day sales hit US$3 billion five minutes into 24-hour shopping festival >>

* Apple Blocks Linux From Booting On New Hardware With T2 Security Chip >>
* Elon Musk is playing superhero again. This time with the California wildfires. >>
* Lime issues recall for a scooter model after reports that they can break apart >>

* How Internet of Things will transform consumerism, enterprises, and governments over the next five years >>
* Scientists solve century-old neuroscience mystery—answers may lead to epilepsy treatment >>
* Symrise, IBM use AI for fragrance design >>

* Olho Do Dono uses portable 3D camera to estimate cattle weight, allowing cattle owners to monitor livestock stress-free >>
* New trailers: The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, UglyDolls, and more >>
* Electrical Nose Stimulation Could Let You Smell Anything In VR Without Chemicals Or Refills >>

* Facebook reveals its anti-ISIS AI >>
* Meet the PLIMP: $4m hybrid passenger airship will combine planes, blimps and helicopters >>
* Dubai Police Are Training Officers to Fly Hoverbikes >>

* Amazon releases Alexa app for Windows 10 >>
* If Your Innovation Effort Isn’t Working, Look at Who’s on the Team >>
* Tech C.E.O.s Are in Love With Their Principal Doomsayer >>

* VMware bets on multi-cloud offerings to support global ecosystem >>
* Elon Musk’s ‘Starlink’ space internet plan revealed: Simulation shows how constellation of satellites will work >>
* SpaceX’s Starlink aims to put over a thousand of its communications satellites in super-low orbit >>
* At China’s Internet Conference, a Darker Side of Tech Emerges >>

* Holy moly, Dubai’s police force is testing hoverbikes >>
* AI could stop blindness, Facebook’s after math, and how to get started in the ML biz >>
* From the Field: 3 key obstacles for self-driving cars >>

* First-ever prostate cancer treatment uses gold nanoparticles to destroy tumorous cells >>
* Clocking the Drugs, Drugging the Clock; Circadian Medicine >>
* A New Nanobot Drills Through Your Eyeball to Deliver Drugs >>

* Researchers Defeat Perceptual Ad Blockers, Declare ‘New Arms Race’ >>
* This AI shows you how your face would look as a celebrity >>
* Virtual reality training for car assembly line workers feels like a game — but it might work >>

* China unveils the world’s first A.I. news anchor >>
* Toyota will use hydrogen burners to reduce factory emissions >>
* Google Is Using AI To Digitize 5 Million Historical Photos >>

* What You Need to Know About Boeing’s 737 Max >>
* 9 ways self-driving vehicles could change tourism >>
* Rocket Lab to Launch 1st Commercial Mission Tonight: Watch It Live >>

* Walmart Wants to Use AI to Track Everything Happening in Its Stores >>
* Top 10 Most Popular AI Models >>

* ISSUE 142: VMware’s Serverless Angle >>
* Nano-scale process may speed arrival of cheaper hi-tech products >>
* Specification gaming examples in AI >>

* JVM Memory Settings in a Container Environment >>
* A highly secure OpenVPN 2.4 configuration in 2018 >>
* Growing the future >>

* In the cloud, Mumbai is a long way from Asia >>
* Hybrid cloud’s growing pains – : A guide to raising a good platform >>
* Cryptocurrency millionaire is buying up land in Nevada’s desert next to Tesla’s Gigafactory plans to build utopian village run on Ethereum >>

* Billionaire Yuri Milner’s Breakthrough Initiatives Eyes Private Mission to Seek Alien Life >>
* SpaceX is going to build a mini-BFR to launch on a Falcon 9 >>
* Google and NASA run classical supercomputer versus quantum chip races >>

* Apple announces repair programs for iPhone X, MacBook Pro problems >>
* Why you’re about to see a lot of drifting Tesla Model 3 videos >>
* This 3-seater concept car can fix its body after an accident >>

* Netflix announces nine new Originals from India >>
* Paris launches world’s biggest e-bike fleet to curb pollution >>
* David Attenborough is narrating Netflix nature series ‘Our Planet’ >>

* Improving materials from the nanoscale up >>
* There Are Way Too Many Streaming Services >>
* Foldable phones will be a short-lived fad >>

* How the U.S., the EU, and Japan Are Trying to Rein in China’s State Capitalism >>
* Why lichen may be the perfect factories for making rocket fuel on Mars >>
* Amazon finally signs deal with Apple to offer everything from iPhones to Beats headphones on its site >>

* China selling unmanned stealth fighter jets ‘fitted with AK-47 RIFLES’ to the world in a military drone race >>
* Two galaxies are in a cosmic fight to the death >>
* The Moon was born inside a cosmic donut that became Earth, study says >>

* Disney+ to launch late 2019 >>
* People, Jobs, Capability >>
* Micropumps as a platform for understanding chemically propelled micromotors >>

* Nanotechnology-based immunotherapy that promotes organ transplant acceptance >>
* 3D-printed bionic mushrooms fuse nanotechnology, bacteria and fungi >>
* Seeking the Truth When the Consensus Is against You >>

* Could genetically engineered bacteria create breathable air on Mars? >>
* Your nose actually SHRINKS when you lie because its temperature drops >>
* Amazing video captures the rare moment a pair of air bubble rings join together >>

* Rocket and satellite launch pad gets go-ahead from Scottish locals >>
* Russia’s city-destroying super-nuke Avangard that travels at TWENTY times the speed of sound will be ready for take-off next year >>
* Google CEO Sundar Pichai admits we are ‘over-reliant’ on tech and that people are the solution >>

* T-Rex could turn like a ‘figure skater from hell’ and was far more agile than thought >>
* VW declares war on Tesla with plans to dramatically undercut Elon Musk’s car firm with $23,000 electric vehicle >>
* 1.1 MILLION cord cutters ditched their subscription TV and cable plans in largest-quarterly loss >>

* Google algorithm can monitor searches for ‘diarrhea’ and other symptoms of food poisoning in real time to warn you of unsafe restaurants >>
* Is this the future of broadcasting? China unveils uncanny AI anchors based on their human presenters >>
* China is grooming its smartest teenagers to develop AI-powered weapons to help the superpower ‘lead the game of modern wars’ >>

* A better way to diagnose depression? Scientists can now ‘see’ mood disorders using brain scans >>
* NASA’s Parker Solar Probe is ‘alive and well’ after becoming the first man-made object to penetrate the sun’s outer atmosphere >>
* Scientists reveal stunning video of beating heart tissue made from HUMAN stem cells >>

* Accion’s 1st Space Thrusters Could Launch on a Cubesat This Weekend >>
* NASA’s Restored Mission Control Consoles Touch Down in Houston >>
* SpaceX’s Falcon 9 Rocket Certified to Launch NASA’s Most Precious Science Missions >>

* Video Friday: Collaborative Humanoid Robot, and More >>
* Massive MIMO Will Create More Wireless Channels, But Also More Vulnerabilities >>
* Wind tunnel and lasers for US hypersonic development >>

* SpaceX BFR reusability simulation video >>
* China Large Stealth Drone better than US RQ-170 drone >>
* Near-term possibility of Artificial General Intelligence >>

* China adds thrust vectoring for better aerial movement on J-10 fighters >>
* How to Engineer Biology >>
* Here’s What AI Thinks A Bunch of Famous People Look Like >>

* FitXR Encourages Fitness With VR Boxing >>
* Vive Focus Standalone Launches In North America And Europe >>
* Oculus Patents Use Of Light Field Cameras for Eye Tracking >>

* Tips, techniques and strategies to systematically improve your application delivery >>
* DevOps Ouroboros >>
* Best Practices for Reducing Testing Time and Effort >>
* Why You Need a DevOps Consultant >>
* The DevOps Road Map — A Guide for Programmers >>
* Learn Java, C#, Python, C++, and JavaScript Coding Skills with These Bundles >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 November 2018

November 8, 2018 Leave a comment

* SpaceX to Build ‘Mini BFR’ Version of Mars Ship to Fly on Falcon 9, Elon Musk Says >>
* First AI themed park opens to Beijing public >>

* VMware Extends Scope of Alliance with IBM >>
* Docker invites elderly Windows Server apps to spend remaining days in supervised care >>

* Blood test can spot DNA from eight different types of cancer >>
* Japan Develops World’s First Test to Detect Cancer via Urine Samples >>
* The Netherlands’ new train cars are nicer than your office >>

* HUMAN + MACHINE Reimagining work in the age of AI >>
* Investor, AI Pioneer Kai-Fu Lee on the Future of AI in the US, China – Ep. 72 >>
* Modernizing Testing as Apps Re-Architect >>

* Digital revolution spurs economic growth >>
* American companies “covet” burgeoning Chinese market at import fair >>
* Quick tour of the seven exhibition areas of CIIE >>

* This is Samsung’s foldable smartphone Our foldable future is here >>
* Samsung reveals key specs for its upcoming foldable smartphone >>
* Samsung Finally Announces Its Foldable Screen Device >>

* Object detection in 4K and 8K video using GPUs >>
* Mining the Ground Truth of Enterprise Toolchains >>

* China implements tech that can detect people by the way they walk >>
* Tesla replaces Elon Musk as board chair with Telstra CFO Robyn Denholm >>
* Modernizing Testing as Apps Re-Architect >>

* Samsung debuts foldable ‘Infinity Flex’ phone display >>
* Netgear’s first Wi-Fi 6 routers look like sci-fi spaceships >>
* The RadMini by Rad Power Bikes is hefty yet rad! >>

* a16z Podcast: Automation + Work, Human + Machine >>
* Country’s first unmanned missile boat on display at Airshow China >>
* Work starts on China’s first homegrown luxury cruise ships >>

* The global AI race is imperiling research, and no algorithm can fix it >>
* Google Cloud wants to make it easier for data scientists to share models >>
* China’s Brightest Children Are Being Recruited To Develop AI ‘Killer Bots’ >>
* Electric flying taxi service Lilium poaches key hires from Audi, Airbus >>

* Usb-c Projector Pairs Perfectly With The New Ipad Pro >>
* Blockchain startup proposes communes for San Francisco’s homeless >>
* This tech could blast heat into space to keep buildings cool >>

* Elon Musk says Tesla is halfway to producing the world’s biggest battery in Australia >>
* SpaceX plans shortcut to test a mini version of its Big Falcon Rocket >>

* The Future of DevOps >>
* What Devs Need to Know About DevOps >>
* Fixing a Broken DevOps Culture >>

* AI Can Tell If You’re Depressed by Listening to You Talk >>
* The Value of Staying Current >>
* How Do Self-Driving Cars See? (And How Do They See Me)? >>

* Boeing issues safety bulletin on 737 Max aircraft following Lion Air crash >>
* Output of global unmanned aircraft system to exceed 400 bln USD: white paper >>
* I played ping-pong with a robot at CIIE >>

* Future Spacesuits Should Be Beautiful — and Not Just for Space. Here’s Why. >>
* This Star Killed its Companion and is now Escaping the Milky Way >>

* Japanese Cargo Ship Departs Space Station. Next Stop: Oblivion. >>
* Mars InSight Lands on November 26th. Here’s where it’s going to touch down >>
* We Could Build a Powerful Laser and Let Any Civilizations Within 20,000 Light-Years Know We’re Here. Although… Should We? >>

* report | Almost Autonomous: putting semi self-driving cars on the road >>
* SpaceX low latency Starlink satellite network will be massively profitable >>
* SpaceX Mini-BFS will make fully reusable Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy in 2019 >>

* The scooters arrive in Australia >>
* Google Is Adding Android Support For Foldable Screens >>
* The Midterm Election Didn’t Salvage Net Neutrality >>

* Windows 10 blocks pesky notifications with improved Focus Assist feature in Build 18277 >>
* Netflix hack day project uses eye tracking to navigate its iOS app >>
* Microsoft Word will automatically create to-do lists for you >>

* A robot scientist will dream up new materials to advance computing and fight pollution >>
* Volcanoes, super-glasses and the dark net: Ten of NZ’s boldest new research projects >>
* How to Derail a Runaway Train (and Save Australia) >>

* Watch: Universal basic income and the jobs apocalypse >>
* How Do Self-Driving Cars See? (And How Do They See Me)? >>
* Lessons learned while helping enterprises adopt machine learning >>

* Clever Tech Keeping America’s (Many) Disabled Farmers on the Job >>
* CircleCI launches Orbs, a package manager for software delivery automation >>
* A.I. Teaches Minecraft Players About Architecture >>

* How to Engineer Biology >>
* Amazon employees set to confront Jeff Bezos over the firm’s controversial facial recognition technology >>
* The Fascinating, Creepy New Research in Human Hibernation for Space Travel >>

* Files by Google: the file management app for every Android user >>
* New Satellites Will Use Radio Waves to Spy on Ships and Planes >>
* This is how artificial intelligence will become weaponized in future cyberattacks >>

* How to Deploy a Jenkins Cluster on AWS in a Fully Automated CI/CD Platform >>
* How Enterprises Should Prepare Themselves Before Migrating to the Cloud >>
* How to Build Hybrid Cloud Confidence >>

* Angry Birds Might Be Coming To Location-Based VR >>
* Netflix shows off eye tracking and ‘jump to shark’ button from its latest Hack Day >>
* The internet can’t handle functioning like a democracy >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 November 2018

November 7, 2018 Leave a comment

* WLinux, the First Paid-for Linux Distro for Windows 10, Goes On Sale on Microsoft Store >>
* Machine-learning system could aid critical decisions in sepsis care >>
* This robotic construction worker can install drywall all by itself >>

* Artificial Intelligence Hits the Barrier of Meaning >>
* Avoiding Miscommunication in a Digital World >>

* Electrical Nose Stimulation Could Let You Smell Anything In VR Without Chemicals Or Refills >>
* Google Patents Eye-Tracking System To Read Expressions For VR >>
* High-tech products shine at import expo in Shanghai >>

* What To Read About The Midterm Election Results >>
* These nanobots are coming through your eyes to deliver medicine >>
* China will be the world’s most visited country by 2030 >>

* Scientists Create ‘Bionic Mushroom’ That Produces Electricity >>
* Join us tomorrow for Startup Battlefield Latin America 2018 >>
* 2025 SpaceX BFR and gravity slingshots for speed to reach alien Oumuamua object >>

* GoMentum Station: test track for high-tech autonomous vehicles >>
* Corneas Could Be the First Mainstream Application of Bioprinting >>
* Customize your notebook volume size, up to 16 TB, with Amazon SageMaker >>

* 5 Reasons Why Leadership Is In Crisis >>
* 5G will let users ditch fixed-line home broadband, says Three >>
* AI Won’t Replace Doctors, It Will Augment Them >>

* China Hyperloop plans for a new ‘supersonic’ train that also uses vacuum tubes to propel passengers >>
* The first detailed look at how Elon Musk’s space internet could work >>
* Human Activity Is Dissolving The Ocean Floor >>

* You Really Can Learn in Your Sleep >>
* Simulating Lightning Attachment and Strikes on Aircraft >>
* NASA tests ‘quiet sonic boom’ engines for the Son of Concorde jet >>

* Destroying a type of cloud may help stabilise climate change >>
* Eeg Test Measures Pain Better Than ‘smiley Face’ Scale >>
* The ‘perfect pizza’ equation: Italian physicists reveal the maths >>

* This tiny house grows with your family >>
* San Francisco Passes a First-of-its-Kind Tax on Big Businesses To Help the Homeless >>
* WeChat reaches 1M mini programs, half the size of Apple’s App Store >>

* Summarizing Text, Knowledge Database, AI Park, and Approximate Regexes >>
* AMD’s 64-core ‘Rome’ server, Rome features a ‘chiplet’ design with 7nm-based x86 cores surrounding a 14nm IO chip. >>
* Blockchain-Based Elections Would Be a Disaster For Democracy >>

* Researchers train AI to spot Alzheimer’s disease ahead of diagnosis >>
* New payment app helps you earn cash rewards just for paying your bills >>
* This 3D printer squirts out wet paper pulp >>

* Furhat Robotics gives AI a face with its new social robot >>
* Finland’s long, hard road to creating a circular economy >>
* A colony of ‘avatar robots’ will replace astronauts and operate a long-term base on the MOON >>

* An Ice Age in 120 seconds >>
* Metop weather satellite launches into orbit >>
* Scientists spot massive ‘galactic fountain’ spouting from black hole >>

* Machine-learning system could aid critical decisions in sepsis care >>
* Bill Gates, on China trip, lauds free trade – and futuristic toilets >>
* Portugal to build satellite launch pad, lab with China >>

* Tumour immune cells could aid cancer therapies, study shows >>
* Drinking coffee may reduce your chances of developing Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s >>
* Using Big Data to Give Patients Control of Their Own Health >>

* My Conversation with Eric Schmidt, Tyler Cowen >>
* World-first virtual uterus >>
* Stratolaunch successfully tests a core component of its rocket engines >>

* Vimeo launches channel just for holographic video >>
* Silicon Valley’s Radical New Idea: Treat Employees Well >>
* When a worker gets smashed on Tesla’s factory floor, medical staff are forbidden from calling 911 without permission. >>

* Ready Player One App Is ‘Probably Our Most Downloaded Title >>
* Watch David Attenborough Meet David Attenborough In VR >>
* Google says Android will natively support ‘foldables’ to limit fragmentation >>

* San Francisco passed a first-of-its-kind tax on big businesses — to help the homeless >>
* CircleCI launches Orbs, a package manager for software delivery automation >>
* I tried world’s first foldable smartphone — but it feels more like a gimmick >>

* Building 3 apps at a 24h Hackathon >>
* 17 International Startups Born From Hackathons >>
* a16z Podcast: Automation + Work, Human + Machine >>

* The Future of DevOps >>
* Fixing a Broken DevOps Culture >>
* Tips for Putting AIOps Into Practice: What You Can Do Right Now >>

* DevOps and Cloud: A Symbiotic Relationship >>
* How Automatic Root Cause Analysis Works >>
* Running SQL Server on a Linux Container Using Docker for Windows >>

* A marriage of machines, data and humans – the industrial internet explained >>
* Xi vows teamwork to promote aviation, aerospace worldwide >>
* J-20, J10-B jets dazzle spectators at China Airshow >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 7 November 2018

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* A New Supercomputer Is the World’s Fastest Brain-Mimicking Machine >>
* Fantasmo pivots to scooter cameras that keep them off sidewalks >>
* Why the world deserves a better toilet >>
* Google launches Cloud Scheduler, a managed cron service >>

* Scientists solve why smallest flightless bird is stranded on island >>
* LG reveals self-driving smart shopping cart that can follow you around the store and even keep an eye on your spending >>
* Will NASA’s Next Mission to Venus Be a Blimp? >>

* ‘Flying Sports Car’ Could Be the Smallest in the World >>
* Bill Gates brandishes poo to showcase reinvented toilet tech >>
* Fight AI with AI! Code taught to finger deepfake vids made by machine-learning >>

* a16z Podcast: Automation + Work, Human + Machine >>
* Novel Quantum Emitter Provides Key Building Block for a Quantum Internet >>
* Exoplanets Will Need Both Continents and Oceans to Form Complex Life >>

* Kubernetes’ scheduling magic revealed >>
* VMware acquires Heptio, the startup founded by 2 co-founders of Kubernetes >>
* Election Day with Search >>

* Women Leave Tech Jobs Because They Can’t Climb the Ladder >>
* The Crisis of Social Reproduction and the End of Work >>
* Capitalism is killing the world’s wildlife populations, not ‘humanity’ >>

* AMD Announces 7nm Rome CPUs, 7nm MI60 GPUs, And Zen 4 >>
* Amazon employees hope to confront Jeff Bezos about law enforcement deals at an all-staff meeting >>
* Introducing Continuous Organizations >>

* AI could spot signs of Alzheimer’s disease six years before normally diagnosed >>
* Alert: Track Election Day Misinformation Right Here >>
* Scientists unveil fuel that can use Sun’s energy for 18 years >>

* MIT researchers reveal plan for a giant laser ‘porch light’ in space for aliens to find us >>
* Gene therapy injection into spinal cord halts ALS in adult mice >>
* SpaceX Rehearses Recovery of Astronauts During Ocean Landings, Builds Helipad on Ship >>

* MedicMind AI keeps an eye on eye disease >>
* Employee engagement: 10 best practices for improving your culture >>
* Scientists discover one of the oldest stars in the universe >>

* A Smart City Is an Accessible City >>
* Amazing drone and driver’s-eye footage shows trains hurtling at 160mph along an £8billion Chinese high-speed railway >>
* Sprint ups mobile hotspot to 50GB, turns on faster 4G LTE network before 5G >>

* Hints of Windows 10’s 2019 future show up in early ’19H1′ builds >>
* NASA’s new podcast series takes you to Mars >>
* Scientists create the 5th form of matter for 6 minutes >>

* 7-Eleven Pilots New ‘Scan-And-Go’ Checkout Technology >>
* Amazon Is Hiring Fewer Workers This Holiday Season, a Sign That Robots Are Replacing Them >>
* You can ride Bird’s e-scooters in London starting today >>

* Samsung to reveal foldable phone features this week >>
* Mac Mini review >>
* MacBook Air review >>

* People Don’t Change, Open Access, Event Database, and Apple Maps >>
* Microsoft’s Bitlocker compromised by bad SSD encryption >>
* Mercedes’ AI research could mean faster package delivery >>

* Competing in the Huge Digital Economies of China and India >>
* Ego Is the Enemy of Good Leadership >>
* Elon Musk’s tunneling company could become his most valuable >>

* One million core processors in neuromorphic supercomputer >>
* Interview with Rackware about the IBM purchase of Redhat >>
* Space Force will be more new space weapons and not space marines >>

* Watch Thousands of Dancing Robots Combine on Dark Energy Instrument (Video) >>
* Planetary Scientists Have Chosen a Few Landing Sites for the Mars 2020 Rover >>
* Security of Solid-State-Drive Encryption >>

* How AI powers the Wall Street Journal’s dynamic paywall >>
* What algorithmic art can teach us about artificial intelligence >>

* Another Use for A.I.: Finding Millions of Unregistered Voters >>
* The Unprecedented Effort to Secure Election Day >>
* Opinion: Artificial Intelligence Hits the Barrier of Meaning >>

* Upskilling: Enterprise Devops Skills Survey >>
* How Did the World’s Smallest Flightless Bird Get to Inaccessible Island? >>
* Oceanographers produce first-ever images of entire cod shoals >>

* Dropbox’s new software extensions let you easily edit files on the web >>
* Azure Functions: Choosing between queues and event hubs >>

* China Int’l Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition to kick off in Zhuhai >>
* The nine ‘bests’ at CIIE >>

* Chinese Internet giant introduces registration system to tackle game addiction >>
* China, Singapore conclude talks on upgraded Free Trade Agreement >>
* Peng Liyuan meets Bill Gates >>

* Three Architectures for IT Architects to Enable Agile and DevOps >>
* DevOps Concerns >>
* How to Build An Effective Container-Based Local Development Environment >>
* DevOps, Benchmarking, and ML in the Product Development LifeCycle >>

* Take Release Automation to the Next Level, Episode 3: Rock Your Pipeline With Rolling Updates >>
* How to Create Top Quality REST APIs >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 6 November 2018

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* Chemical synthesis could produce more potent antibiotics >>
* 7-Eleven is bringing cashier-less payments to its stores >>
* Wind turbines act like ‘super predators’ changing ecosystems by removing birds of prey >>

* Amazon opens its first 4-Star store in California >>
* Four short links: Probabilistic Model Checker, Notebooks to Docs, AWS 12-Factor Apps, and AI Physicist >>
* Elon Musk: ‘You’re gonna go a little bonkers if you work 120 hours a week’ >>

* Robots replacing holiday workers at Amazon with 20,000 fewer staff to tackle this year’s Christmas rush >>
* $367 million Chinese robot startup invading the world’s classrooms >>
* Why Are Robotics Companies Dying? >>

* Research: Self-Disruption Can Hurt the Companies That Need It the Most >>
* The Future of AI with Kai-Fu Lee >>
* E.T., we’re home >>

* Plans for ‘cleaner’ passenger planes powered by liquid HYDROGEN are drawn up by experts as part of a new project to cut aircraft emissions >>
* Algorithms Designed to Fight Poverty Can Actually Make It Worse >>
* Microsoft Working on Porting Sysinternals To Linux >>

* Your gut is full of neurons and they are replaced every 2 weeks >>
* Remains of new species of dinosaur that died ‘trekking 110 million years ago discovered in Argentina >>
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