Archive

Archive for August, 2017

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 August 2017

* The Robots Will Be Soft And Cuddly And Heal Their Own Wounds >>
* Apple mulls pricey early movie rentals right after theater debut >>
* A new machine learning app for reporting on hate in America >>

* Google warns watermarked photos are still vulnerable, as its new AI proves it can easily erase logos without ruining an image >>
* NASA is using Intel’s deep learning to find better landing sites on the moon >>

* This video of dancing robots will keep you up at night >>
* Google Researchers Made An Algorithm To Delete Watermarks From Photos >>
* Scientists have developed a battery that gets its power from human spit >>

* Scientists successfully use artificial womb to save premature lambs for the second time in history >>
* Sperm cells are created in the lab offering hopes of a cure for one of the most commons causes of male infertility >>

* DARPA seeks scalable and dynamic testing for learning robots >>
* The Huger Tech Racer electric skateboard proves fast doesn’t mean first place >>
* This 3D-printed robotic arm is built for sign language >>

* 5G Bytes: Small Cells Explained >>
* New Immunotherapy Trial Cures Kids of Peanut Allergy For Up To Four Years >>
* Facebook is testing ‘Featured Topic’ tool for News Feed that will show users customized links based on their interests >>

* Laser SETI Funded >>
* Mexico City’s urban cable car, Mexicable, is new transport system for one of the world’s busiest places. >>

* NASA’s Parker Probe Will Explore The Sun’s Hellish Atmosphere in 2018 >>
* Lockheed next generation active electronically scanned array radar >>
* More telescope for drones and satellites with weight reduction of ten to 100 times >>

* DARPA Squad-x program for integration of robots, drones and sensors with infantry >>
* Microsoft invents 3D Camera System for Surface Devices that will Capture Hand Gestures, Drawings & Text >>
* Russian cosmonauts release the world’s first 3D printed satellite during spacewalk on the ISS >>

* Amazon patents bizarre accordion-style chute that would let delivery drones drop packages from the SKY without ever having to land >>
* Amazon can borrow money more cheaply than Russia, Mexico and China >>
* Risk Takers Are Back in the Space Race—and That’s a Good Thing >>

* Oxford 3D bioprinting scaling to industrial scale tissue printing and organ printing >>
* Crispr gene editing for healthier food and major medical advances >>
* Machining of spider silk fibers using femtosecond lasers >>

* Reliable Perching Makes Fixed-Wing UAVs Much More Useful >>
* Self-Driving Wheelchairs Debut in Hospitals and Airports >>
* Apple and Hollywood studios could be heading for a big game of chicken against theater chains >>

* Infosys CEO quits, citing ‘untenable atmosphere’ created by critics >>
* Apple Is Entering The Content Streaming War Against Netflix–And Other Stories You Might Have Missed >>
* To Win The AI Assistant Wars, Apple Is Melding Siri With Its Other Services >>

* Delphi and LiDAR-maker Innoviz partner on self-driving tech >>
* Explore The Moon Using Augmented Reality >>

* Nasa Plans To Send Cubesat To Venus To Unlock Atmospheric Mystery >>
* About 2 trillion dollars for China and Transasia High Speed rail by 2030 >>

* Gigantic Bubbles at Center of Milky Way Reaching Out 50,000 Light Years Discovered to be Source of Mysterious Cosmic Rays >>
* NASA Monitoring 3-Mile-Wide Asteroid –“Largest Potentially Hazardous NEO Ever Tracked This Close to Earth” >>
* NASA launches satellite to relay data from Hubble, ISS and other spacecraft >>

* You can’t escape Windows error messages in this augmented reality nightmare >>
* Infiniti’s Prototype 9 is a modern electric car with 1940s retro racer roots >>
* Google uses machine learning to help journalists track hate >>

* Clocky is an alarm clock on wheels that will roll away from your sleepy head >>
* Apple and Hollywood said to continue talks around early digital movie rentals >>
* A Tidally Locked ‘Earth’? >>

* Online Coursera class on solar eclipse and other eclipse info >>
* “Totality!” –WATCH NASA Videos to Prep for Monday’s Live-Streamed Total Eclipse >>
* Here’s a Timeline of When the 2017 Solar Eclipse Begins and Ends >>
* Solar eclipse to be live-streamed from BALLOONS soaring 80,000 feet above Earth’s surface >>
* Turn Your Smartphone into an Eclipse Tool Kit with Essential Apps >>
* xkcd: why isn’t there an Ecilipse every month >>
* We’ve been predicting eclipses for over 2000 years. Here’s how. >>
* NASA’s 360-Degree Facebook Live Stream Brings the Eclipse From the Sky to Your Screen >>

———————–
Options: Futureseek Daily Links / Facebook as Futureseek / @futureseek / @tristanhambling / Facebook as Tristan Hambling

Categories: Uncategorized

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 August 2017

* Tiny robots crawl through mouse’s stomach to heal ulcers >>
* This company claims to be selling a dog-walking drone >>
* Microsoft Research uses AI to help drones soar like eagles >>

* Fiat Chrysler joins Intel, BMW, and Mobileye’s project to create fully self-driving cars by 2021 >>
* Higher Minimum Wages Bring Automation and Job Losses, Study Suggests >>

* Meet a new food delivery robot, and find out how it works >>
* Messaging app Line adds livestreaming for group chats a month can buy you daily MoviePass. >>
* Scientists use magnetic fields to remotely stimulate brain—and control body movements >>

* Is it too good to be true? >>
* Hollywood in crisis? Summer box office projected to be the lowest since 2007 >>

* Microsoft’s autonomous gliders seek out thermal updrafts to stay aloft >>
* Amazon’s Alexa can now steer exoskeletons >>
* Can Artificial Intelligence Fly a Plane? >>

* New report predicts how we will live in 2050 >>
* We can program robots not to get all up in our personal space >>
* Defending 3D Printers From Hackers >>

* Researchers find ‘switch’ that turns on immune cells’ tumor-killing ability >>
* Banking a baby’s cord blood may save their life. Is it worth it? >>
* I paid £2000 to bank my son’s cord blood, but couldn’t use it >>

* Researchers create more efficient supercapacitor to power wearables >>
* This kayak transforms into a backpack >>
* The Docx Games: Three Days At The Microsoft Office World Championship >>

* Apple’s 60-inch OLED TV in secret testing laboratory >>
* There’s a lot of money up for grabs if you can land (softly) on the moon >>
* Cancer is way more likely to kill you if you rely on ‘natural’ therapies >>

* Ray Kurzweil reviews History of Neural Nets >>
* Current aquaculture tech could provide 100 times current seafood consumption >>
* Amazon’s private label business is booming thanks to device sales, expanded fashion lines >>

* China will use blockchain tech for tax collection and invoicing >>
* China will make commercial floating nuclear reactors and reactors for nuclear military ships >>
* Stem cells activated to make hair grow in mice >>

* HBO Leaks Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 6 >>
* Put Your USB Battery Packs to Use This Winter With a Heated Base Layer >>
* Apple could guide you around your city using augmented reality >>

* T-Mobile boosts coverage with the first 600MHz LTE network >>
* Microsoft launches Azure Event Grid, a fully managed event routing service >>
* Is America Headed for a New Kind of Civil War? >>

* Andrew Ng is raising a $150M AI Fund >>
* Social virtual reality startup AltspaceVR may not be dead after all >>
* Intel’s second 10-nanometer chip architecture is Ice Lake >>

* Insects use their own poo to defend young from predators >>
* SpaceX Dragon cargo ship toting an ‘extra-large science load’ arrives to the space station >>
* Smarter robot vacuum cleaners for automated office cleaning >>

* Nasa will use X-ray techniques to discover the first microbes on Earth and on the red planet during 2020 mission >>
* Drone promises to walk your dog along a GPS route >>
* Tips for surviving the future >>

* Eliminating the Human >>
* Deadline for Google Lunar X Prize Moon Race Extended Through March 2018 >>
* Mars Sample Return: Scientists Debate How to Bring Red Planet Rocks to Earth >>

* How Solar Eclipses and Tides Proved the Earth Is Slowing Down >>
* How Eclipses Reveal Information About Alien Worlds, Light-Years Away >>
* Opportunity: Longest-Running Mars Rover >>

* Students Race Driverless Cars in Germany in Formula Student Competition >>
* Saving The Earth’s Ozone Layer Went Even Better Than Expected >>
* Tony Stark Would Approve Of This Wingsuit/Jet Pack Rig >>

* Just press ‘Go’: Here’s what Waymo wants to replace your car’s steering wheel with >>
* YouTube has an illegal TV streaming problem >>

———————–
Options: Futureseek Daily Links / Facebook as Futureseek / @futureseek / @tristanhambling / Facebook as Tristan Hambling

Categories: Uncategorized

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 August 2017

* Quantum Internet Is 13 Years Away. Wait, What’s Quantum Internet? >>
* This blimp startup is taking on Google’s and Facebook’s flying internet projects >>
* MoviePass Now Offers Unlimited Movies in Theaters for $10 a Month >>

* Terahertz Waves Used To Send Wireless Data At A Blazing 50Gbps >>
* Bill Gates’ stake in Microsoft is now just 1.3 percent >>
* The Plan To Put A 3-d Printer With Robot Arms Into Orbit >>

* Spacex has another good launch and delivering supercomputer to ISS >>

* Google hires a legendary Apple engineer to tackle AI >>
* CRISPR-Cleaned Piglets Have Been Cloned for Organ Donation >>
* 3 mega-trends that will drive digital business into the next decade – Gartner >>

* UPS will use VR to train its student delivery drivers >>
* Intel discloses ‘Ice Lake,’ another 10nm chip beyond Cannon Lake >>
* Researchers clarify mystery about proposed battery material >>

* To Feed the World, Improve Photosynthesis >>
* How Much Would You Pay to Drive a Jumping Robot on the Moon? >>
* Sapcorda Plans Centimeter-Scale GPS for Europe >>

* Samsung’s latest portable SSD can handle RAW 4K video >>
* This Is How Intuit Used Tools Like Virtual Reality To Improve Its Hiring >>
* $2.9 Million Pizza-Bot Can Barely Make a Pizza >>

* Single-Molecule Transistors Get Reproducibility and Room-Temperature Operation >>

* Stream Sling TV on the web from the comforts of Chrome >>
* Kano’s latest DIY kit turns motion into code >>
* Google’s latest Daydream VR series puts you in Kendall Jenner’s closet >>

* Optimizing Shielding Technology by Utilizing Various Materials >>
* Eliminating the Human >>
* The Mars Colony of the Future Could Be Powered by This Advanced Microgrid >>

* 9-Year-Old Applies to Be NASA Planetary Protection Officer >>
* Unique Imaging Technology Reveals Evolutionary Tale of the T-Rex >>

* Future Exoplanet Discoveries May Be Tidally Locked, Facing Their Host Star >>
* Potentially Habitable, Tidally-locked Exoplanets May Be Very Common, Say New Study >>
* TRAPPIST-1: The Importance of Age >>

* Astronomers Use Bizarre Lensing System to Exquisitely Magnify Details of a Supermassive Black Hole >>
* Moviepass has $9.95 per month one movie per day in theater sucbscription >>
* 6 smart questions you’re probably forgetting to ask in a job interview >>

* NASA is about to find out if a supercomputer can survive a year in space >>
* Amazon Is Seeking $16 Billion Bond Sale For Whole Foods >>
* Google taught its AI to create the perfect COOKIE >>

* Amazon just unveiled an alternative to vending machines >>
* Scientists are testing out a device that could heal organs and brain injuries in seconds >>
* TV networks have yet to see benefits of fewer ads >>

————————
Options: Futureseek Daily Links / Facebook as Futureseek / @futureseek / @tristanhambling / Facebook as Tristan Hambling

Categories: Uncategorized

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 15 August 2017

* MIT’s new AI can keep streaming video from buffering >>
* The Plan To Put A 3-d Printer With Robot Arms Into Orbit >>
* A Hewlett-Packard ‘supercomputer’ might land us on Mars >>

* Google’s voice adds support for 30 more languages, reaching further into Africa, India >>
* How A.I. Is Creating Building Blocks to Reshape Music and Art >>
* Why AI Won’t Take Over The Earth >>

* Building Huge Structures in Space: ‘Archinaut’ Takes Another Step >>
* Gillmor Gang: Hope Springs ; The battle for the center screen >>
* Get a Live Look Inside Singularity University’s Global Summit This Week >>

* Teaching A.I. Systems to Behave Themselves >>
* Musk: Artificial intelligence safety carries ‘more risk’ than North Korea >>
* Can Tesla’s Elon Musk revolutionize tunneling? >>

* Next Stop for Parkinson’s Disease Research: Outer Space >>
* SpaceX successfully launches and recovers Falcon 9 for CRS-12 >>
* CNN will livestream the solar eclipse in 360-degree 4K >>

* Netflix Signs ‘Scandal’ Creator Shonda Rhimes, Luring the Hit-Maker Away From ABC >>
* Here’s a first look at Jeff Bezos’ monster rocket factory >>

* Researchers use AI to monitor hospital staff hygiene >>
* This foldable smart electric scooter for grownups can zip through crowds at 16 mph >>
* Seeking Greater Global Power, China Looks to Robots and Microchips >>

* Facebook’s Messenger AI will sniff out Spotify tracks for you >>
* Existing 51 qubit quantum simulator using rubidium atoms could scale to hundreds of qubits >>
* Insta360’s next camera may shoot orbiting video while stationary >>

* Want to tune into machine learning? There’s a workshop for that >>
* What can genetic testing really tell you? Risk is not a diagnosis >>
* A DeLorean flying machine could actually take to the skies in our future >>

* Four people arrested in India for leaking latest ‘Game of Thrones’ episode >>
* Game Of Thrones Recap, Season 7 Episode 5: The Sins Of The Father Persist In A Land Of Women >>
* Cantina Talk: A Firehose Of Clues From The Last Jedi Cast >>

* Google is going all in on universal app campaigns >>
* Call of Duty: WWII multiplayer trailer revealed ahead of beta release August 25 >>
* These vibrating wristbands claim to melt stress away in just 30 seconds >>

* Astronomers Search for Galaxies at the Beginning of the Observable Universe >>
* Virtually Tuning an Automotive Audio System >>
* VW’s first ID electric car for the US may be a crossover >>

* Internet Archive Brings Back HyperCard >>
* The next Apple Watch sounds like it might actually be good >>
* NYC is getting a huge new VR conference this fall >>

* Is this what the ‘copper gold’ iPhone 8 will be called? >>
* TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2017 will feature some of tech’s wildest success stories >>
* London police issue head-mounted cameras to armed officers >>

* New Premier League Blocking Disrupts Pirate IPTV Providers >>
* The TRAPPIST-1 star system may be too old for life >>
* Choosing alternative cancer treatment doubles your risk of death >>

* How to mend a broken heart: Scientists develop an injectable tissue bandage the size of a POSTAGE STAMP that could remove the need for invasive surgery >>
* Lab-grown mini-brains that snap together like building blocks could help scientists treat schizophrenia and autism >>
* Scientists develop a flexible battery that can run on tears, sweat or even URINE >>

* Google’s Android O operating system could be released next week – here are 11 of the best new features >>
* A blood test for cancer could be closer than people realise >>
* How Baidu Will Win China’s Ai Race—and, Maybe, The World’s >>

* SpaceX prepares to launch supercomputer into orbit in an effort to help astronauts on a future mission to Mars >>
* Space-Based 3-D Printing Reaches Milestone >>
* 3D printing will revolutionize how the Marine Corps fights >>
* Google adds voice recognition for Indian and African languages >>
* MIT’s AI streaming software aims to stop those video stutters >>
* HP Supercomputer Headed to Mars on SpaceX Rocket >>

* Artificial Intelligence Eats the World #gusummit2017 >>
* Neil Jacobstein on the Future of AI >>
* Singularity Global Summit Space panel >>
* Silicon Valley Robotics review of robotics #gsummit >>
* Daniel Kraft on Singularity Medicine >>
* Ramez Naam on energy #suglobal >>

————————
Options: Futureseek Daily Links / Facebook as Futureseek / @futureseek / @tristanhambling / Facebook as Tristan Hambling

Categories: Uncategorized

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 August 2017

* The world’s best Dota 2 players just got destroyed by a killer AI from Elon Musk’s startup >>
* How Baidu Will Win China’s Ai Race—and, Maybe, The World’s >>
* New ultrathin semiconductor materials exceed some of silicon’s capabilities >>

* Piracy Narrative Isn’t About Ethics Anymore, It’s About “Danger” >>
* Hollywood’s Bad Summer Movies Are Driving a Decline in Movie Ticket Sales >>
* Controlling Millions of Potential Internet Pirates Won’t Be Easy >>
* Time is running out for legacy TV companies >>

* Researchers create flexible battery that can run on salt water >>
* Microsoft and Intel want Bitcoin tech in your workplace >>
* Super-thin semiconductors delay the ‘death’ of silicon >>

* This spaceship-like public transport concept is designed to ease traffic jams >>
* A Flying Car From Delorean Really Won’t Need Roads >>

* Solar cells and light sensors – fewer defects from a 2D approach >>
* Fabricating hexagonal boron nitride foam for CO2 absorption >>

* 269 People Joined An Age Discrimination Class Action Suit Against Google >>
* A Guide To Russia’s High Tech Tool Box For Subverting Us Democracy >>
* What Can Musicians Teach Us About Imagination? >>

* Why AI is now at the heart of our innovation economy >>
* The Forest Service really doesn’t want you flying your drones into wildfire >>
* A noninvasive method for deep brain stimulation, a new class of Emerging Explorers, and much more >>

* Kickoff of the Alumni session of Singularity Global Summit 2017 >>
* Nextbigfuture will be covering the Singularity University Global Summit 2017 >>
* Two surprising strategies for effective innovation >>

* Physicists Says “It’s Quantum Information that Transcends from One World to Another” Life After Death? >>
* The World’s Future Megaprojects >>

* AI Algorithm Remotely Monitors Sleep >>
* 2017 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence >>

* How Facing Nuclear Destruction Could Make Us Wiser. >>
* Creating a Full-Body Interactive Game with Enflux Mocap Clothing >>
* Rise of the machines: the death of a decent day’s work >>

* New trailers: Darren Aronofsky’s horror movie, The Crown season two, and more >>
* SpaceX’s next launch will send an HPE supercomputer to the International Space Station >>

————————
Options: Futureseek Daily Links / Facebook as Futureseek / @futureseek / @tristanhambling / Facebook as Tristan Hambling

Categories: Uncategorized

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 August 2017

* Cancer Conundrum: Too Many Drug Trials, Too Few Patients >>
* Don’t ruin streaming by turning it into cable >>
* The week TV dramatically changed: Disney, ESPN, Letterman make moves >>

* Open AI bot beats pro human gamer in competitive eSport >>
* Transmission of video signals 100 times faster than fastest cellular network >>
* World costs of tunneling and Elon Musk Boring Company >>

* AI Helps Magicians Perform Mind Reading Tricks >>
* Deep learning could discover new plant species hidden in centuries of herbarium data >>
* Facebook buys computer vision startup focused on adding objects to video >>

* Scientists obtain ‘how to’ guide for producing hair follicles >>
* The earliest airborne mammals may have glided among the dinosaurs 160 million years ago >>
* A 13 million year old skull could show us what our ancestors looked like >>

* Two-Dimensional Versions of High-K Materials Offer New Future for Chips >>
* An AI ‘nose’ can remember different scents >>
* China Working On ‘Repression Network’ Which Lets Cameras Identify Cars With Unprecedented Accuracy >>

* Flexible batteries that can be printed directly onto FABRIC >>
* Trappist-1 could be 9.8 BILLION years old >>
* Night vision technology could help protect birds and bats from deadly collisions with wind turbines >>

* Goldfish go months without oxygen by making alcohol inside cells >>
* Is Russia developing a GPS spoofing system? >>
* House-sized asteroid that will come ‘damn close’ to Earth in October >>

* Toyota allies with Intel to develop self-driving car ecosystem >>
* This guy who recreated his entire high school on Minecraft must have really, really missed it >>
* LG might finally enable FM radios in US phones >>

* Amazon looking into military tech to produce dishes that don’t need refrigeration >>
* Cathleen Morawetz, Mathematician With Real-World Impact, Dies at 94 >>
* Amazon Wants To Use Shipping Containers As Mobile Drone Bases >>

* CRISPR is used to eliminate toxic RNA which could treat RNA related diseases >>
* The top TV show from every year since 1967 >>
* What keeps organizations stuck in the present? >>

* When robots help with shopping >>
* What One Company Learned from Forcing Employees to Use Their Vacation Time >>
* Google cancels all-hands meeting due to safety concerns >>

* Nuclear Expert Considers Risks of Conflict with North Korea >>
* Transport yourself into the world of virtual reality with the Samsung Gear VR headset >>
* Why Netflix videos look so much better than cable TV >>

* Windows 10 will soon work better with some of the most powerful PCs >>
* Stars Orbiting Supermassive Black Hole Show Einstein Was Right Again! >>
* Star Ark: A Living, Self-sustaining Spaceship >>

* Genetically modified pigs as human organ transplantation source >>
* More Provocative Data on MU69 >>
* Sun’s Core Rotates Four Times Faster Than the Solar Surface >>

* Plasma rocket on track to 100 hour firing at 100 kilowatts in 2018 >>
* US can Intercept North Korean ICBMs with 36 deployed interceptors >>
* The Built-in HIL Simulator: A New Concept for Faster Prototyping of Navigation- and Communication-Based Control Systems >>

* This paper battery is powered by bacteria in your spit >>
* As a drill and potential warning, China’s navy just fired dozens of missiles near North Korea >>
* Is Silicon Valley In Denial Over The Threat Of An “Unthinkable” War With North Korea? >>

* The US Government must work with tech companies if it wants to remain competitive in AI >>
* Startup To Put Cellphone Tower on the Moon >>
* Plasticity wants to help chatbots seem less robotic >>

* Netflix in talks with Disney to keep ‘Star Wars’ and Marvel movies >>

————————
Options: Futureseek Daily Links / Facebook as Futureseek / @futureseek / @tristanhambling / Facebook as Tristan Hambling

Categories: Uncategorized

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11 August 2017

* Scientists Took Over a Computer by Encoding Malware in DNA >>
* Major step towards growing human organs in pigs: Scientists use gene editing to eliminate viruses in the animals >>
* Scientists use controversial CRISPR gene-editing technology to change the insects’ social behaviour >>

* Tesla’s autonomous trucks will move in platoons, report says >>
* Facebook takes on TV with Watch >>
* DeepMind AI teaches itself about the world by watching videos >>

* Emdrive inventor Shawyer patenting new approach and has bigger claims >>
* Car Battery Breakthrough Claimed in Japan >>
* Chinese museum claims to have bred the world’s largest insect… and it’s as long as YOUR ARM >>

* This protein makes your heart fit without actually exercising it >>
* On the Cutting Edge of Hearing Aid Research >>
* Sunshield Layers Installed On Nasa’s James Webb Space Telescope As Mirror Cryo Cooling Testing Commences >>

* Want A Diagnosis Tomorrow, Not Next Year? Turn To Ai >>
* South Korea could be the first country in the world to implement a ‘robot tax’ >>
* AssemblyAI wants to put customized speech recognition within reach of any developer >>

* AI Hunts for New ALS Treatments >>
* The incredible moment a chimpanzee learns how to play rock, paper, scissors >>
* Do you need a machine to make almond milk at home? Probably not >>

* A device for people who can’t ever seem to remember toilet paper at the store >>
* GM expands car rental service for gig economy workers >>
* Microsoft wants to make blockchain networks enterprise-ready with its new Coco Framework >>

* Groundbreaking screening tool is the first to map ‘junk DNA’ for mystery gene mutations that cause cancer, diabetes, and dementia – and experts say it could ‘revolutionize medicine’ >>
* LG V30’s camera has the lowest f-stop in a smartphone >>
* A Different Kind Of Science Show >>

* Robocado! Online supermarket completes successful trial of the UK’s first driverless delivery van in London >>
* Apollo 15 Moon Rocks Reveal Death of Lunar Magnetic Field –“Once 1,000 Times Larger” >>
* A Real Dynamo: Moon’s Magnetic Field Lasted Far Longer Than Thought >>

* Comparing Reactions of different Groups to Nuclear Thermal Rocket enabled space colonization >>
* 50 cal and 20 mm versus Titanium >>
* Comicon trailer for Star Trek Discovery >>

* Does drinking hot liquids on a hot day actually cool you off? >>
* This smart window uses electricity to quickly change from clear to dark >>
* Twitch’s desktop streaming app is officially here >>

* Cassini will take five victory laps before plunging into Saturn >>
* Largest Space Telescope Ever Could Study an Earth-Like Exoplanet Next Door >>
* Outlook.com – Microsoft free personal email >>

* Researchers link genes and motor skills development >>

* Ikea smart lightbulbs get HomeKit, Alexa and Google Home support >>
* Tesla applying to test self-driving semi-trucks in Nevada and California >>
* FCC wants mobile data to count as broadband internet >>

* Future semiconductor research leadership empowered by design automation >>
* Serverless architectures; The next technological evolution of cloud systems. >>
* Internet Archive Blocked in 2,650 Site Anti-Piracy Sweep >>

* Elon Musk’s claims about self-driving Teslas might have been overblown >>
* AI-Enabled Device Emits Radio Waves to Wirelessly Monitor Sleep Patterns at Home >>
* Chinese satellite sends ‘unbreakable’ code to Earth from SPACE in quantum milestone that could lead to ultra-secure global communications >>

* RANKED: The most peaceful countries in the world >>
* $9 billion Stripe has a master plan to take over the world — or at least, open it up for business >>
* 6 major services that let you stream live TV over the internet >>

* The Radical Plan to Cool Down LA as the World Heats Up >>
* THE LAST JEDI A surrogate son will rise to replace Leia in the next ‘Star Wars’ >>
* Nanit the AI nanny tries to unravel the mysteries of a restless baby >>

* Disney Sued For Allegedly Spying On Children Through 42 Gaming Apps >>
* Disney Ditching Netflix Keeps Piracy Relevant >>
* “Hollywood insiders, people have no reason to pirate, when available online legally. What they don’t mention, is users need a few dozen paid services, to access them all.” >>

* Facebook is about to launch its big attack on TV >>
* Facebook ‘Watch’ section launches as a platform for TV shows >>
* Gene-Editing Success Brings Pig-to-Human Transplants Closer to Reality >>
* Gene Editing Spurs Hope for Transplanting Pig Organs Into Humans >>
* Malicious code written into DNA infects the computer that reads it >>
* Biohackers Encoded Malware in a Strand of DNA >>
* These Scientists Took Over a Computer by Encoding Malware in DNA >>
* Researchers Embed Malware into DNA to Hack DNA Sequencing Software >>

————————
Options: Futureseek Daily Links / Facebook as Futureseek / @futureseek / @tristanhambling / Facebook as Tristan Hambling

Categories: Uncategorized