Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 February 2019

February 20, 2019 Leave a comment

* MWC Barcelona 2019 >>
* MWC Barcelona 2019: A New Era of Testing for the IoT >>
* MWC Barcelona 2019: Foldable Devices, “Real” 5G, and Microsoft’s HoloLens 2 >>
* MWC Barcelona 2019: Privacy Concerns and the Rise of AI >>

* Forget 5G and foldable. We just want it to last all day: What you want from new smartphone >>
* IoT Was Interesting, But Follow the Money to AI Chips >>

* Citroen’s tiny EV concept is an alternative to bikes and scooters >>
* Google says Nest’s secret microphone was ‘never intended to be a secret’ >>
* Tesla CEO Elon Musk: Cars will have ‘full self-driving’ features by the end of the year >>

* Linux Subsystem Files To Become Accessible via Windows File Explorer >>
* Los Angeles to Require Scooter Companies to Share Data >>

* Qubits and Nanosensors in a 2D Material >>
* Japan to Probe IoT Devices and Then Prod Users to Smarten Up >>
* Sphero’s New RVR Robot Is More Hackable Than Ever >>

* Smart and fluffy storytelling robot to be trialled in US classrooms >>
* A 30-minute walk may reduce blood pressure by as much as medication >>
* The end to out-of-tune karaoke! AI auto-corrects notes that are sung off key >>

* The Value of Tinkering >>
* A 10x Framework to Power Your Organization’s Future Growth >>
* AI Pioneer Sees Chip Renaissance >>

* A new CRISPR/Cas9 therapy can suppress aging >>
* Single-dose CRISPR–Cas9 therapy extends lifespan of mice with Hutchinson–Gilford progeria syndrome >>
* Gene therapy first to ‘halt’ most common cause of blindness >>

* Two Days to the Start of the Israeli Moon Mission >>
* $1.1 billion Airtable is turning admins into app developers >>
* Airtable CEO Howie Liu on the continued importance of getting a ‘unicorn’ valuation >>

* Gateway Foundation Shows off Their Plans for an Enormous Rotating Space Station >>
* MIT scientists are using lobsters to develop a new form of flexible body armor >>

* 6 crazy details from Alphabet’s leaked plans for its first smart city >>
* New, life-saving AI can help doctors find deadly tumors much, much faster >>
* China Will Likely Corner the 5G Market—and the US Has No Plan >>

* How Innovative Companies Help Frontier Markets Grow >>
* How The Next U.S President Could Declare A National Emergency Over Climate Change >>
* Juha Saarinen: How batteries will transform the power grid >>

* NASA is close to finalizing its drone traffic control system for cities >>
* MIT developed a new system to help robots track objects >>
* Podcast reveals the tough reality of building a business >>

* Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X55 Modem Is the 4G/5G Solution We’ve Been Waiting For >>
* Sonarworks True-Fi review: The promise of studio-quality sound from average headphones >>
* Space Force will be a Marines-like branch under Air Force authority >>

* Master Machine Learning and AI For Just $14 >>
* Spark can hit its 5G targets without Huawei, Simon Moutter says >>
* Japan’s Hayabusa 2 may finally kick-start the asteroid mining era >>

* We don’t know what a fifth of our genes do – and won’t find out soon >>
* Virgin Galactic DELAYS its second attempt to return to the edge of space >>
* Aubrey de Grey — Update on Anti-Aging Research >>

* Excessive Cell Size Contributes to Senescence >>
* 10+ pioneers confirmed SharpBrains Virtual Summit (May 7–9th) >>
* Machine learning: What’s in it for government? >>

* This Star Has Been Going Nova Every Year, for Millions of Years >>
* Trump Signs Order to Begin Creation of Space Force >>
* Weekly Space Hangout: Feb 20, 2019 – Dr. Emily Holt talks Archaeology and Ancient Astronomy >>

* Can Machine Learning Teach Us Anything? >>
* Breathtaking 80-Megapixel Image Of The Moon Was Made From 50,000 Photos >>
* Could hackers ‘brainjack’ your memories in future? >>

* Would You Recognize a Dystopia If You Saw One? >>
* Production Work in the Real World >>
* How to Work Effectively in a Remote Team: Agile Practices and Tools >>

* A World Without Developers >>
* Spring Boot: Run and Build in Docker >>
* TED What is the meaning of work? >>

* Chinese news station unveils world’s first female AI news anchor >>
* China, Egypt join hands to convert desert into cooperation zone >>
* China’s AI industry expected to encounter reshuffle in 2019 >>

* China develops conceptual model of double-decker high-speed train >>
* Xiaomi unveils new flagship phone, naming Chinese singer as brand ambassador to pump up domestic sales >>
* Mark Zuckerberg is ‘potentially interested’ in putting Facebook login on the blockchain >>

* Nike’s smart sneakers are breaking when used with an Android phone >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 February 2019

February 19, 2019 Leave a comment

* Meet DeepSqueak, an algorithm built to decode ultrasonic rat squeaks >>
* Litho is a finger-worn controller for augmented reality, IoT and other ‘spatial’ interactions >>
* What to expect from the PlayStation 5 >>

* Dun Dun. Duun Duuun! Great White Shark Genome Is Here >>
* Decoded Great White Shark Genome Could Help Cure Cancer >>
* Gravitational Wave Astronomy: Enter the ‘Standard Siren’ >>

* Startup Says Robot Divers Can Help Remove Urchins, Restore Oceans >>
* Germany may use Huawei hardware for its 5G networks >>
* Boring office wellness alternatives that actually work >>

* Knowledge Graphs, AI, and Interoperability: What the Experts Say >>
* State of Chatbots in 2019 >>
* Holographic Neural Architectures >>

* DevOps Certification Training Master Class Bundle >>
* Automation: We Have Not Yet Achieved Balance >>
* 7 Best Devops Ebooks – 2018 Collection >>

* Giving Neural Nets an Innate Brain-Like Structure Could Bolster Deep Learning >>
* Grapes in a microwave generate a fiery plasma and now we know why >>
* Making Learning a Part of Everyday Work >>

* Data breaches exposed 5 billion records in 2018. (down by more than a third, from 7.9 billion records in 2017) >>
* Audi helps you avoid red lights by suggesting speeds >>
* Deep Learning May Need a New Programming Language That’s More Flexible Than Python, Facebook’s Chief AI Scientist Says >>

* Robots track moving objects with unprecedented precision >>
* Zoho brings Zia AI assistant to its office apps >>
* China Plans Space Based Solar Power >>

* Comparing the Network Performance of AWS, Azure and GCP >>
* Airbus’ giant BelugaXL nears service >>
* Why did Stonehenge’s massive rocks come from Wales, 290km away? >>

* Samsung’s Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Buds leak in TV commercial >>
* In Louisiana town, two Chinese chemicals firms are being hit on multiple fronts by the trade war >>
* How an exposed Chinese database gave a glimpse of real-time monitoring in Xinjiang >>

* China’s strategic opportunities are Beijing’s to lose >>
* China unveils development plan for Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area >>

* China sees sharp rise of appliance sales during 2019 Spring Festival >>
* The end of the road for Netflix and Marvel >>
* How the Tech Industry Can Help Fix Our AI Skills Shortage >>

* Apple could be looking for its next big revenue model >>
* Amazon’s new movie strategy includes 30 releases per year >>
* IBM is all-in on hybrid cloud >>

* Door still open to Huawei, Ardern says >>
* Huawei Founder Slams U.S. Charges as ‘Politically Motivated’ >>
* China Wants to Integrate Greater Bay Area into a Tech Hub Challenger to Silicon Valley >>

* Amazon is reportedly merging its China import unit with NetEase >>
* Elon Musk Has Quit OpenAI to Focus on SpaceX and Tesla Challenges >>
* 3D with Face Tracking, Cleaning Data, Data as Labor, Walking Robotics >>

* How Big a Problem Is It That a Few Shareholders Own Stock in So Many Competing Companies? >>
* Huawei’s P30 series will debut on March 26th >>
* NVIDIA may have unwittingly leaked Unity ray-tracing support >>

* Nissan’s old Leaf batteries can power this smart pop-up camper for one week >>
* Sphero hits Kickstarter with new RVR robotics platform >>
* Startup Law A to Z: Corporate Matters >>

* SpaceX Casting Raptor Engine Parts from Supersteel Alloys >>
* ‘Killer’ cells raise hope of universal flu vaccine >>
* Hello, .dev! >>

* Artificial intelligence to boost Earth system science >>
* Smart droplets clean and repair surfaces >>
* Facebook’s Chief A.I. Scientist Yann LeCun On the Future of Computer Chips, Lawnmowers, and Deep Learning >>

* Jaws was right! If you see a shark moving at slow speeds it is probably ready for dinner >>
* ‘Jaw-dropping’ breakthrough reveals a brand new way our brains work: Cells send messages to totally separate parts of our minds using electrical signals >>
* Signal of first known exomoon may actually be from Jupiter-like planet >>

* Massive cloud is on 700,000 mph collision course with Milky Way >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 February 2019

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* China wants to put a solar farm in space by 2025 >>
* British Satellite Tests its Space Junk Harpoon >>
* UK parliament calls Facebook leaders ‘digital gangsters’ >>

* Travel-friendly robot cleans your hotel bed with artificial intelligence >>
* AI-Powered Apps Could Make Us More Creative—or Less Human >>
* Emoji are showing up in court cases exponentially, and courts aren’t prepared >>

* NASA and ESA team up for historic planetary defense test >>
* NBA smart jersey switches your player allegiances on the fly >>
* Researcher Scans All IP Addresses of Austria, Finds a Ton of Things That Shouldn’t Be Online >>

* Scientists use CRISPR to make stem cells invisible to immune system >>
* SeaBubbles shows off its ‘flying’ all-electric boat in Miami >>
* The Weird Rise of Cyber Funerals >>

* China to launch first rocket for commercial missions in H1 >>
* LG partners with smart oven startup for automated cooking >>
* a16z Podcast: Gaming Goes Mainstream >>

* What if you could diagnose endometriosis with a tampon? >>
* A.I. App Knows Just What Cancer Patients Need >>
* Embryo ‘Adoption’ Is Growing, but It’s Getting Tangled in the Abortion Debate >>

* The Next “Deep Blue” Moment: Self-Flying Drone Racing >>
* Sound Waves Get Quantum Systems To ‘talk’ >>
* A Real Tube Carrying Dreams of 600-M.P.H. Transit >>

* AI Needs to Become Less Elitist >>
* Apple may unveil a 16-inch MacBook Pro and 31-inch 6K monitor this year >>
* Chandra X-Ray Telescope Uncovers Universe’s Missing Matter >>

* How to Figure Out How Much Influence You Have at Work >>
* A 280-Foot Asteroid Will Skim Past Earth On Tuesday On Its Closest Approach For The Next 70 Years >>
* China tells teachers to quit assigning homework through WeChat >>

* Britain ‘believes Huawei 5G security risks can be mitigated’ >>
* China accuses US of trying to block its tech development >>
* Headache for Jacinda Ardern, Andrew Little as UK government clears Huawei >>
* Huawei to deploy ultra-fast 5G telecoms network coverage at Shanghai’s railway hub in world first >>

* Engineered metasurfaces reflect waves in unusual directions >>
* IBM researchers develop a technique to virtually patch vulnerabilities ahead of threat >>
* Leading in the Future >>

* Reinforced Learning; An Introduction pdf >>
* Samsung quits making new Blu-ray players >>
* New Artificial Intelligence Does Something Extraordinary — It Remembers >>

* Cantina Talk: Is Episode IX Called Balance of the Force? >>
* Return To Sender: High Court To Hear Undeliverable Mail Case >>
* Monolithic vs. Microservices: Which Is the Better Architecture App Development? >>

* Nuclear Fission is a Better Energy Solution than Solar and Wind for the Climate >>
* Ep. 518: When the Universe tried to Declare War >>
* Tax move timely but cautious as tech giants face global pressure >>

* Shift Left, Shift Right: What Are We Shifting, and Why? >>
* Webinar; The Ultimate Application Monitoring Guide for Kubernetes >>
* Webinar; Reaching Cloud Utopia: How to Create a Single Pipeline for Hybrid Deployments >>
* Tom’s Tech Notes: IoT Security [Podcast] >>

* Google Fixing Chrome API To Prevent Incognito Mode Detection >>
* Chinese surveillance company found tracking 2.5 million people >>
* Tens of millions more web accounts for sale after more sites hacked >>
* Attackers place crypto-jacking apps in Microsoft App Store >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 February 2019

February 17, 2019 Leave a comment

* UK will track thousands of criminals with GPS tags >>
* AI: Scientists build ‘self-aware’ robot able to REPAIR ITSELF >>
* AI is reinventing the way we invent >>

* Amazon Staffers Think Headquarters Was Scrapped To Save Jeff Bezos From Media Spotlight During Divorce >>
* Smartwatches Are Changing the Purpose of the EKG >>
* This Company Takes the Grunt Work Out of Using the Cloud >>

* NASA backs tiny 3D-printed sensors for planetary rovers >>
* How the Brain Keeps Its Memories in the Right Order >>
* Digging Into Self-Driving Data and More Car News This Week >>
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* Vision system for autonomous vehicles watches not just where pedestrians walk, but how >>
* 1,100 Schools Now Scan Social Media For Violent Students – and Alcohol Use >>

* Congress oversight body recommends GDPR-style privacy laws >>
* Gateway Foundation Simplifies What is Still an Ambitious Space Station >>

* Everything we think we know about the Samsung Galaxy S10 >>
* LG’s first 5G phone just leaked — here’s the V50 ThinQ >>
* LG says it isn’t launching a folding phone >>

* Why pick on Huawei when all advanced technologies, including those from the US, carry security risks? >>
* Man vs machine: China’s workforce starting to feel the strain from threat of robotic automation >>
* New Zealand bans Huawei, China has message for New Zealand >>

* India, the World’s Second Largest Internet Market, Is Turning Its Back on Silicon Valley >>
* South China Sea disputes are fast approaching a moment of truth >>
* Multi-Team Backlog Refinement >>

* Cloud Adoption 101: The Drivers, Barriers, and Keys to Migrating Enterprise Apps to the Cloud >>
* Scale DevSecOps with your Continuous Integration Pipeline >>

* Your phone and shoes are home to completely unknown life forms >>
* The Complicated Economy of Open Source Software >>

* a16z Podcast: Cryptonetworks as Emerging Economies (Done Right?) >>
* a16z Podcast: To All the Robots I’ve Loved Before >>
* Technical, Societal, and Cultural Challenges That Come With the Rise of Fake Media >>

* a16z Podcast: Who’s Down with CPG, DTC? (And Micro-Brands Too?) >>
* Proximity to Resources Helps Explain Locations of Easter Island Monuments, a New Paper Argues >>
* A collection of awesome lists, manuals, blogs, hacks, one-liners, cli/web tools and more. >>

* A Paradigm Shift in Cancer Immunotherapy: From Enhancement to Normalization >>
* Human Diet Drugs Kill Mosquitoes’ Appetite Too >>
* Will SpaceX Shut Europe Out of the Space Launch Market? >>

* NASA’s Plans To Build A Human Settlement on The Moon >>
* OpenAI built a text generator so good, it’s considered too dangerous to release >>
* Shadow of a Martian Robot >>

* Surfers Shred Clean 60-Footers In Near-Perfect Conditions >>
* A Bunch Of Bros Doing Wild Trampoline-To-Ceiling Tricks >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 February 2019

February 16, 2019 Leave a comment

* An AI that writes convincing prose risks mass-producing fake news >>
* Technology behind OpenAI’s fiction-writing, fake-news-spewing AI, explained >>
* Fears of OpenAI’s super-trolling artificial intelligence are overblown >>

* Website uses AI to create infinite fake faces >>
* AI autotune makes your terrible karaoke singing more tolerable >>

* Researchers develop AI algorithm that can detect fake profiles >>
* Silencing Malware with AI >>
* Artificial Intelligence Crime: An Interdisciplinary Analysis of Foreseeable Threats and Solutions >>

* Watch a satellite spear space debris with a harpoon >>
* Amazon could launch Amazon Go store in London >>
* DriveNets emerges from stealth cloud-based alternative to network routers >>

* Land Heavier Payloads on Mars. Aim for the Ground and Then Pull up at the Last Moment >>
* Elon Musk Believes Super Heavy Starship Will Eventually Be Built for Less than Falcon 9 >>
* A Mother Learns the Identity of Her Child’s Grandmother. A Sperm Bank Threatens to Sue. >>

* AI is reinventing the way we invent >>
* Ports of Auckland goes driverless to boost container numbers >>
* For Micro Robot Insects, Four Wings May Be Better Than Two >>

* Is the auto industry being replaced? >>
* AI is FOUR TIMES more effective at predicting an ovarian cancer sufferer’s risk of dying than existing CT scans >>
* A Company Claims Its AI Has Prevented 16 School Shootings >>

* What will happen when industrial companies fully apply digital, analytics, and IoT technologies to their businesses? >>
* Industrial robotics: Opportunities for manufacturers of end effectors >>
* Mind-sets matter in transformations >>
* Personal resilience in transformations >>
* Shaping individual development along the S-curve >>
* 4 Ways Lying Becomes the Norm at a Company >>
* How Companies Can Use Employee Data Responsibly >>
* From back office to innovation’s front lines with next-gen global business services >>
* Selecting the right platform for IT automation >>
* Ten years at the top of a telco: An interview with Vittorio Colao >>
* Next era of globalization will be shaped by customers, technology, and value chains telecommunications >>

* Facebook reportedly tracks the location of ‘credible threats’ >>
* Researchers built a robot dog that taught itself to ice skate >>
* Racetrack Memory Gets a Boost >>

* This wireless AI camera runs entirely on solar power >>
* Qantas’ vision to convert plane cargo holds into entertainment and exercise zones won’t be easy, experts say >>
* ‘Tumour monorail’ on the fast track for human trials >>

* Academics Confirm Major Predictive Policing Algorithm Is Fundamentally Flawed >>
* Security News This Week: Database Leak Details China’s Oppressive Tracking of Muslims >>
* Even Years Later, Twitter Doesn’t Delete Your Direct Messages >>

* Gravitational Wave Detectors Upgraded To Hunt For ‘Extreme Cosmic Events’ >>
* The Pentagon Needs to Woo AI Experts Away From Big Tech >>
* This is why AI has yet to reshape most businesses >>

* Remembering Why Curiosity Should Be Boundless >>
* 3D-printed Mars habitat could be a perfect fit for early SpaceX Starship colonies >>
* Bill Gates Funds Tiny Robot Surgeons That Operate Inside the Body >>

* Bill Gates: Textbooks are ‘becoming obsolete’— here’s the best way to learn today >>
* Giving keener ‘electric eyesight’ to autonomous vehicles >>
* Here’s how NASA is searching for all the missing mass in the Universe >>

* NBA’s App-Controlled ‘Smart Jersey’ Can Change Your Player Name and Number >>
* China made an artificial star that’s 6 times as hot as the sun, and it could be the future of energy >>
* Men who can do more than 40 push-ups have 96 per cent lower risk of heart disease >>

* Inside China Tech: Analysing China’s race with the US for AI dominance >>
* Scale DevSecOps with your Continuous Integration Pipeline >>
* DZone Radio and Tom’s Tech Notes >>

* Jiaolong to return to Mariana Trench on new mothership >>
* Donald Trump declares national emergency to build border wall, gets blasted by Democrats for unlawful ‘power grab’ that does ‘great violence’ to constitution >>

* How to Get in Shape When You’re Washed >>
* China produces nano fibre that can lift 160 elephants – and a space elevator? >>
* Opportunity at Perseverance Valley >>

* SpaceX Starhopper and Launchpad Will Likely Be Ready for Late March Tests >>
* Your desk job is harder than it looks–and that’s why a robot couldn’t do it >>
* Amazon invests in electric truck-maker Rivian >>

* Amazon won’t build its HQ2 in NYC after all >>
* Did New York lose anything with Amazon’s rejection? It’s complicated. >>
* Dubai Airport drone scare temporarily disrupts flights >>

* Four Wings, Efficient Streaming Calculations, Closed AI, Quantum Research >>
* Hacker who stole 620 million records strikes again, stealing 127 million more >>
* Microsoft skips way, way ahead in new Windows 10 build >>

* Microsoft to launch Visual Studio 2019 on April 2 >>
* Trump’s Wall Won’t Solve a National Emergency. It Is One >>
* A gut bacteria toxin that damages DNA may be involved in bowel cancer >>

* CRISPR could help us protect ourselves from viruses like flu and HIV >>
* The Milky Way Base: China names Chang’e-4 probe’s moon landing site ‘Statio Tianhe’ >>
* Future of dating? trend Japanese look for love via ‘robot marriage-hunting’ parties where single people talk to each via ROBOTS >>

* Meet the man who made CRISPR monkey clones to study depression >>
* Would you eat meat from a gene-edited animal? >>
* The dark side of sex robots: Experts worry humanoid lovers could crush human limbs or be used as tools for spying >>

* The robot helping a seven-year-old boy go to school >>
* Machine Learning Flags Patients At Risk Of Tb Comeback >>
* AI Is Rapidly Augmenting Healthcare and Longevity >>

* What It Will Take For Humans to Be Self-Sustaining in Space >>
* ‘Bioluminescent’ trees that glow like fireflies created at MIT >>
* NASA wants to jump-start development of landers to take humans to the Moon >>

* US Navy Buys Four Large Robotic Submarine Drones >>
* An Insect-bot Mimics Desert Ants by Looking at the Sky To Navigate >>
* Darpa Wants to Solve Science’s Reproducibility Crisis With AI >>

* Hacks, Nudes, and Breaches: It’s Been a Rough Month for Dating Apps >>
* Putting ‘spit-and-send’ DNA kits to the test >>
* Read WordPress sites through Amazon Alexa devices >>

* China Stumbles on Path to Solar Thermal Supremacy >>
* DARPA Developing Next Generation Materials for Hypersonic Planes and Weapons >>

* Juan Enriquez forecasts the possible futures of genetic editing, exploring the immense uncertainty and opportunity of this next frontier. >>
* Openai’s New Multitalented Ai Writes, Translates, And Slanders >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 15 February 2019

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* Grover launches e-scooter subscription service >>
* Giving keener “electric eyesight” to autonomous vehicles >>
* Opportunity Mars rover is officially dead after 15-year mission >>

* The first walking robot that moves without GPS >>
* The AI Text Generator That’s Too Dangerous to Make Public >>
* Chinese scientists develop smog-filtering “window” >>

* Ford made a conveyor belt mattress to keep bed hoggers in their own lane >>
* Electric Car Batteries Might Be Worth Recycling, But Bus Batteries Aren’t Yet >>
* DigitalOcean launches its managed database service >>

* Amid criticism, Apple, Google assessing app that lets Saudi men track women >>
* Cutting through the 5G hype: Survey shows telcos’ nuanced views >>
* Robot mimics desert ants to find its way home without GPS >>

* Airbus scraps A380 superjumbo jet as sales slump >>
* Why passengers will miss the super-jumbo the most >>
* Why did the Airbus A380 fail? >>

* China’s Alipay digital wallet is entering 7,000 Walgreens stores >>
* Bill Gates-backed Vicarious Surgical adds a virtual reality twist to robots in the operating room >>

* Asteroid is building a human-machine interaction engine for AR developers >>
* Apple, IBM heads join White House panel on workforce automation >>
* Apple’s streaming video service might finally arrive in April >>

* Facebook mulled multi-billion-dollar acquisition of gaming giant Unity, book claims >>
* Google says it’ll invest $13B in US data centers and offices this year >>
* Google plans to be your fix-all >>
* Google Will Spend $13 Billion On US Real Estate In 2019 >>

* Experimental ‘nano-painkiller’ is more effective than morphine but has low addiction risk, scientists discover >>
* Falling In Love Boosts Women’s Immune Genes >>
* No plugs needed: How wireless charging could set electric cars free >>

* IBM, Broad Institute Launch Initiative Using Genomics & AI To Predict Risk Of Cardiovascular Disease >>
* 5G AND THE IoT: How the next generation of wireless technology will transform the IoT >>
* 40 Big Tech Predictions for 2019 >>

* Amazon’s new video originals include ‘The Power’ and a FIFA scandal >>
* AWS announces new bare metal instances for companies who want more cloud control >>
* A 6-Legged Robot Stares at the Sky to Navigate Like a Desert Ant >>

* A New Robo-Car Report Card Isn’t Quite What It Seems >>
* Santander hands over $700m to IBM in hopes of becoming incredible banking machine >>
* This is Microsoft’s AI pipeline, from research to reality >>

* Ford’s smart bed could save you from bed hogs, bad sleep, and possibly divorce >>
* Talent isn’t always born. >>
* xkcd: Opportunity Rover >>

* Artificial “Dumbness” May Be a Solution for Engineering Smart Machines >>
* Offspring from older sperm are fitter and age more slowly >>
* Podcast reveals the tough reality of building a business >>

* The Past, Present and Future of Poverty >>
* Dilbert: Thursday February 14, 2019 Small Managers >>
* Bill Gates Described How The World Can and Will Be Better >>

* Everything You Need to Know About the Nintendo Switch >>
* IBM marries on-premises, private- and public-cloud data >>

* Moon Bases, Orbital Bases and the Start of Mars Colonization by 2040 >>
* Burgess SpaceX Super Heavy Starship Renderings >>
* SpaceX Will Soon Pour Pavement for Starhopper Launchpad >>

* China’s Didi reportedly lost a staggering $1.6 billion in 2018 >>
* Satellite images reveal Bali’s two volcanoes are CONNECTED and share the same ‘plumbing system’ >>
* Will Going Gluten-free Cause Weight Loss? >>

* Giant ‘megalodon’ shark went extinct ONE MILLION years earlier than thought and wasn’t killed off by a supernova as believed >>
* Valentine’s Day meditation on why bright women sometimes gravitate to not-so-bright men >>
* The last black leopard photographed in Kenya was born in New York >>

* Mining Thousands of Tons of Space Ice with Queen Bee >>
* A glimpse into the future >>
* New Zealand Fears Fraying Ties With China, Its Biggest Customer >>

* Selfies to Self-Diagnosis: Algorithm ‘Amps Up’ Smartphones to Diagnose Disease >>
* The Technical, Societal, and Cultural Challenges That Come With the Rise of Fake Media >>
* Is Selenium Still The Best Test Automation Tool? >>

* What You Need to Know to Test Kafka >>
* Embleema: The Blockchain That Lets You Own Your Health Data >>
* Top 5 Test Environment Pitfalls Affecting your Application Delivery >>

* Check Docker Images for Vulnerabilities With Anchore Engine >>
* Google Announces Beta Testing of Augmented Reality Walking Directions in Maps App >>
* Powering the Next Wave of Intelligent Devices With Machine Learning: Part 3 >>

* AI makes breakthrough in diagnostic accuracy >>
* China’s C919 jetliner to speed up test flights in 2019 >>
* Race on in Beijing to reach China-US trade deal before time runs out on tariff truce >>

* Mosquito control could slow the spread of disease in a warming world >>
* Tesla’s new Dog and Sentry modes take care even when you don’t >>
* Chorus delivers 1.6Gbps with Nokia fixed wireless >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 February 2019

February 13, 2019 Leave a comment

* Drone Surfing >> >>
* Forget People, Elroy’s Self-Flying Drone Hauls Heavy Cargo >>
* Home futures >>
* How to Orchestrate Change from the Bottom Up >>

* I Desperately Need Ford’s ‘Lane-Keeping’ Smart Bed >>
* IBM preps Watson AI services to run on Kubernetes >>
* IBM says to expect 5 big changes in the next 5 years >>

* Self-driving Cars Learn To Predict What Pedestrians Will Do >>
* Smart skin sticker could detect asthma attacks before they happen >>
* The US plans to launch swarms of attack drones from robo-submarines >>

* Can artificial intelligence prevent the next Parkland shooting? >>
* Foldable phone, 5G, Galaxy S10: What to expect from Samsung’s Feb. 20 Unpacked event >>
* UK’s first 5G industrial trial launched in bid to create ‘smart factories’ >>

* ‘Air traffic control’ for driverless cars could speed up deployment >>
* Record 7 million Americans have stopped paying their car loans >>
* Nearly one billion people have no form of legal ID >>

* Google and IBM still trying desperately to move cloud market share needle >>
* DARPA wants smart bandages for wounded warriors >>
* Introducing Eight Sleep’s new biometric-monitoring smart bed >>

* Is digital minimalism the answer to our distracted lives? >>
* Everything is so efficient that it’s making everyone miserable. There’s a better way. >>
* Amazon and Google ask for non-stop data from smart home devices >>

* AI has helped rescue children trafficked for sexual exploitation >>
* Artificial “Dumbness” May Be a Solution for Engineering Smart Machines >>
* Chimp sign language and human communication follow the same rules >>

* SpaceX Will Launch Starlink Satellites in 2019 and Files to Operate Up to 1 Million Ground Stations >>
* From the Segregated South to Bell Labs to the AI Frontier >>
* 4 Experts Respond to Trump’s Executive Order on AI >>

* Here’s a Clever idea. Build Moon Bases in Craters and then Fill them in with Lunar Regolith >>
* Thanks to Gaia, We Now Know Exactly When We’ll be Colliding with Andromeda >>
* Elon Musk and Others Plan the Details for a City on Mars >>

* ‘It’s extreme’: Bill Gates hits back at Ocasio-Cortez tax plan >>
* If it gets me, it gets me’: the town where residents live alongside polar bears >>
* The first Frozen 2 trailer looks grim as hell >>

* Huawei launches New Zealand charm offensive, appealing to the country’s love of rugby >>
* Administration Readies Order to Keep China Out of Wireless Networks >>
* Block Kit helps deliver more visually appealing content in Slack >>

* Instagram tests web DMs so you can slide from your desktop >>
* Slime-fighting slug can superglue enemy frogs to trees for days >>
* An earthquake lasted 50 days, but no one felt it. Here’s why. >>

* Smartphone society >>
* Tech Employees Worry About Layoffs at Tesla, eBay, Snapchat >>
* Chorus trials wireless technology as fibre alternative for street-to-home >>

* Teaching self-driving cars to predict pedestrian movement >>
* Linux on Windows 10 hardware, or Windows 10 on Linux hardware >>
* Insects are dying off at record rates — an ominous sign we’re in the middle of a 6th mass extinction >>

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