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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 September 2017

September 28, 2017 Leave a comment

* NASA is teaming up with Russia to put a new space station near the moon. Here’s why. >>
* For $70, This AI Job Platform Promises It Can Land You An Interview In 60 Days >>
* DARPA making AI to explain why >>

* Elon Musk is unveiling a new plan for conquering Mars with SpaceX — watch his talk live online tonight >>
* Airports Worldwide Are Hit by Delays After Software Outage >>
* Google Play matches Apple’s $20 price for select 4K titles >>

* Robot dentist completes dental surgery with no human help >>
* Google Assistant turns Nvidia Shield TV into a hands-free smart device >>
* The AI Voices In Its Head Told Coca-Cola To Make Sprite Cherry >>

* How Chip Design Can Teach Us to Build Better Hospitals >>
* Human vs. deep-neural-network performance in object recognition >>

* High-tech 3D model captures live heart attack >>
* Gene editing could make wheat safe for celiac sufferers >>
* Scientists record a fourth set of gravitational waves >>

* Laser Weapons Not Yet Ready for Missile Defense >>
* UAE will make simulated domed Mars city on Earth >>
* Three Advances Make Magnetic Tape More Than a Memory >>

* US military working on constant connections and updates between all ships, planes and vehicles >>
* China orders North Korean companies to get out by January >>
* No one wants another H-bomb test in the Pacific >>

* The age of machine learning >>
* Facebook helps blood donation go viral >>
* A Fourth Gravitational Wave Has Been Detected >>

* Flying and rolling drone will map underground mines on its own >>
* Bed bugs like the smell of your dirty laundry >>
* Keep your floors clean with the help of this fluffy robotic duster >>

* Entire Island Evacuates as Volcano Threatens to Blow >>
* Depression and anxiety can cost you retirement savings >>
* Hugh Hefner, Between the Headlines >>

* Air Force may soon start combat-testing new aircraft that could fight alongside the A-10 >>
* IBM Now Has More Employees in India Than in the U.S. >>
* Melinda Gates: Corporate America must stop demanding we all be workaholics >>

* Moon village the first stop to Mars: ESA >>
* Russia Says They’ll Be Pitching In On The Deep Space Gateway >>

* Musk new Mars Plan in 12 hours will be far less than $10 billion >>
* New Study Provides Explanation For Pluto’s Giant Blades Of Ice >>
* Leaving No One Behind By Bill Gates >>

* Key for the world economy is the level of China growth >>
* China is making it harder to produce fossil fuel cars >>
* Toyota and Mazda are making a new company to develop electric cars >>

* Moscow’s facial recognition CCTV network is the biggest example of surveillance society yet >>
* Amazon’s $5 billion headquarters battle has neighbourhoods across New York all fired up >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 September 2017

September 27, 2017 Leave a comment

* Pattern ripples in space-time created by collision of black holes, gravitational wave breakthrough >>
* AI vs Doctors >>
* Scientists Tell What Would Happen If North Korea Detonated Hydrogen Bomb Underwater >>

* The company that makes AK-47s just built a working hoverbike >>
* Google unwraps 19 past Doodle games for its 19th birthday >>

* Researchers uncover our brain’s filing system for storing experiences >>
* Light-based cancer therapy moves through clinical trials >>
* Gene Therapy and Drug Combination Reverses MS in Mice >>

* Firewalls Don’t Stop Hackers. Ai Might. >>
* Check out the United Arab Emirates’ plans for building a Martian city—on Earth >>
* BMW will add Amazon’s Alexa into new cars in 2018 >>

* Personal thermostat startup heats up for commercialization >>
* Game changing fuel cell breakthrough could revolutionise everything from phones to cars >>
* NZ researchers to revolutionise sports games >>

* Apple reveals how its controversial Face ID system works >>
* This molecule stores our long-term memories >>
* Boeing launches $2 million competition to build the world’s first commercial personal flying machine >>

* No pilot needed for this autonomous air taxi >>
* EasyJet could be flying battery-powered electric planes within the next 10 years >>
* Nasa’s mission to ‘touch the Sun’ >>

* Amazon just launched a $35 box that turns your Echo into a landline phone >>
* The final season of ‘Game of Thrones’ is going to cost HBO $15 million per episode >>
* Satya Nadella on Women in Tech, A.I. and E-Sports >>

* New Gravitational Wave Detection From Colliding Black Holes >>
* Synthetic DNA coverts stem cells to heart muscle is potential tissue regeneration treatment >>
* Graphene forged into three-dimensional shapes like a Pyramid >>

* Dyson will spend about $3 billion to make solid state battery electric car by 2020 >>
* Life-Size Humanoid Robot Is Designed to Fall Over (and Over and Over) >>
* Boeing sponsors $2 million jetpack competition with October 2019 fly off >>

* Delta adds free messaging to its WiFi-enabled flights >>
* Amazon’s Alexa will live in a talking fish >>
* How She Works: One Director of Design’s job is to look into the future >>

* Luminar’s game-changing LiDAR makes its way to TRI’s self-driving car >>
* Toyota Research Institute debuts its next-generation automated driving platform >>
* Ford becomes the latest automotive giant to work with Lyft on self-driving cars >>
* Toyota And A Boy Wonder Team Up On Self-driving Cars >>
* Ford and Lyft’s new self-driving partnership likely to be a standard model >>

* Oh … Snap! Teens are coding the future >>
* Can the world’s megacities survive the digital age? >>
* Surreal wants to be the one-stop shop for 3D virtual objects >>

* Russia and the US will work together to build a moon base >>
* UVify’s zippy little Draco racing drone is now shipping >>
* Researchers Claim They Just Invented The “Ultimate” Method for Quantum Computing >>

* Carl Zimmer explains how the revolutionary new genome editing tool CRISPR works >>
* Sergey Brin hid this brilliant life goal in his resume 2 years before he cofounded Google >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 September 2017

September 26, 2017 Leave a comment

* Evaporating lakes could help power the country >>
* Rocket Lab’s second test launch will deliver a payload to orbit >>
* Long-Lasting Qubits Share Vibrations to Stay Cool >>

* US Homeland Security Dept to collect immigrants’ social media handles and more >>
* Dyson plans to release its own EV by 2020 >>
* Splunk goes native with machine learning, aims to speed up monitoring >>

* Levi’s jacket with a smart sleeve is finally going on sale for $350 >>
* Intel unveils an AI chip that mimics the human brain >>

* Watch Lockheed’s laser burn drones out of the sky >>
* Driving with AR glasses may be information overload >>
* Is Elon Musk set to scale back his controversial plans to colonize Mars? SpaceX founder confirms he will reveal a new version of his scheme on Friday >>

* A cheap pollution sensor will keep you off the dirtiest roads >>
* Super-Earths draw asteroids to other worlds, which may seed life >>
* GPS spoofing makes ships in Russian waters think they’re on land >>

* We’re at IROS 2017 to Bring You the Most Exciting Robotics Research From Around the World >>
* Drone With Event Camera Takes First Autonomous Flight >>
* Bill Gates has finally switched to an Android phone >>

* DARPA funds Reaction Engines hypersonic precooler tests >>
* Progress Against Tetanus, H.I.V. and Malaria >>
* Google internet balloons should start commercial service in 2019 >>

* Quantum machine learning >>
* MARS 2020 Rover Will Host Laser Power Capable of Detecting Carbon-Based Organic Signatures of Past Life >>
* Artificial intelligence for obtaining chemical fingerprints, Neural networks carry out chemical simulations in record time >>

* Controversial ‘Head Transplant’ Doctor Claims Success In Animal Experiments >>
* Storing Light Waves as Sound for Energy-Saving Acoustic Memory >>
* Netflix plans to be flying high in 2018 >>

* iPhone X specs for RAM and battery revealed >>
* Cassini captures stunning ‘ghost’ image of Saturn’s moon Enceladus against the blackness of space >>
* Pigeons are BETTER at multi-tasking than humans because their brains are densely packed with nerve cells >>

* The dreams that reveal you are seriously stressed >>
* Supersized cells lead ‘wave’ of heart regeneration >>
* Fast Radio Bursts Flash throughout the Cosmos >>

* More Guns Do Not Stop More Crimes, Evidence Shows >>
* Energy from evaporating water could rival wind and solar >>
* Dyson to make electric cars from 2020 >>

* The Coming Software Apocalypse >>
* What to expect from Elon Musk’s Mars colonization update this week >>
* Microsoft Excel is about to get a lot smarter >>

* Google takes a page from Amazon Web Services and adds per-second billing for its cloud >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 September 2017

September 26, 2017 Leave a comment

* Intel’s New Chip Design Takes Pointers From Your Brain >>
* Neuroscientists restore vegetative-state patient’s consciousness with nerve stimulation >>
* New type of supercomputer could be based on ‘magic dust’ combination of light and matter >>

* Satya Nadella’s Guide to the Future, By Bill Gates >>
* Australia to Establish National Space Agency >>
* How NASA Satellites Are Helping to Halt Malaria Outbreaks >>

* DARPA developing cheap underwing drone to extend missile range >>
* Storing Light Waves as Sound for Energy-Saving Acoustic Memory >>
* With the D3000, China enters the robotic warship arms race >>

* YouTube’s new ad tech automatically personalizes ads, can now target using Google Maps, app install data >>
* macOS High Sierra is available to download >>
* Comcast cable service goes box-free on LG TVs in early 2018 >>

* Microsoft plans to own quantum computing like it owns Windows PCs >>
* Use Steam to Stream Your Desktop Instead of Your Games >>

* Mobile hardware lab Nanoport gets $7 million in seed funding >>
* Microsoft’s all-in-one 365 subscription is available for schools >>
* Microsoft unveils its next-generation AI developer tools >>

* Google Maps and Lyft could soon be a lot more accurate >>
* British Airways pushes planes with remote-controlled vehicle >>
* Australia will establish its own space agency >>

* In-flight Netflix will be available on more airlines in 2018 >>
* Microsoft CEO Nadella’s ‘Hit Refresh’: Is a cultural revolution enough to refresh Microsoft? >>
* If Data Is the New Oil, Are Tech Companies Robbing Us Blind? >>

* Microsoft places its bets on quantum computing >>
* Dubai joins the race to become the first city with SELF-FLYING TAXIS >>
* Secret Service is not prepared for threats from swarming drones, 3-D printed guns >>

* SMILE when you go for the flu jab – it will give you better protection >>
* Asteroid impacts 4 billion years ago transformed the Earth’s crust and helped create its tectonic plates >>
* Will North Korea Sell Its Nuclear Technology? >>

* A New Push for the Male “Pill” >>
* Big Bang Theory’ Season 11 Premiere: Will Amy Accept Sheldon’s Proposal? Another Baby Bombshell Unveiled, Too >>
* Nasa Sends Spacecraft Asteroid-hunting To Gather Information >>

* Artificial intelligence could be a $14 billion industry by 2023 >>
* Netflix is plunging as competition in streaming video heats up >>
* Gillmor Gang: Gas Table >>

* China touts vaporware robotic military ship >>
* Japanese researchers work out theoretical universal quantum computer that could scale to millions of qubits >>
* Plan and Act in case AI or something else kills your job >>

* Last week in tech: It’s Stardate 2017 >>
* A warming Arctic can actually make our winters colder >>
* A 14th-century plague helped reveal just how long humans have polluted the planet >>

* A man regained consciousness after 15 years in a vegetative state. But what does that really mean? >>
* Biomedical engineers connecting a human brain to the internet in real time >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25b September 2017

September 25, 2017 Leave a comment

* Radical single-stage ‘aerospike’ rocket that could revolutionise satellite launches is ready >>
* NASA tests supersonic prototype that could cut travel time from London to New York in half >>
* Strange fast radio bursts that could be ‘signals from aliens’ are firing off every second in the universe >>

* Robots learn to walk naturally by understanding their bodies >>
* NASA reveals the final images Cassini took before it plunged into Saturn >>
* Scientists will send messages to search for aliens NEXT YEAR >>

* AI could put a stop to electricity theft and meter misreadings >>
* AI reads the news to keep tabs on US police shootings >>
* New type of washable solar cell developed >>

* Alarm as ‘super malaria’ spreads in South East Asia >>
* Babies as young as 15 month-old learn perseverance from adult role models who fail but keep trying >>

* Amazon is working on Alexa-enabled ‘smart glasses’ to take on Siri and Google Assistant, claims report >>
* Lifeboat crews in Norfolk are trialling DRONES in sea search and rescue operations in a world first >>

* Anti-counterfeiting breakthrough after scientists discover printing method that creates two ultra-high resolution images on the same space >>
* Synthetic muscle that lifts 1,000 TIMES its own weight could lead to super-strong humanoid robots >>

* The first global map of water in the moon’s soil >>
* New AI can ‘clone’ the basic software that brings a video game to life after watching the original for just TWO MINUTES >>
* Forget texting while driving: Life-saving AI knows when you’re distracted behind the wheel >>

* 3D PRINTER: World-first surgery allows patient, 27, to walk again – after the bones in his leg ‘rotted away’ >>
* Scientists Closing in on the Dawn of Plate Tectonics >>
* 100 Years after the Lethal 1918 Flu Pandemic, We Are Still Vulnerable >>

* 3D-printed alloys could lead to lighter planes that fly further >>
* New Zealand’s iconic kiwi birds may be losing their sight >>
* There are hardly any old fish left in the ocean – and that’s bad >>

* Ultra-thin craft may wrap and destroy space junk >>
* Robots have already taken over our work, but they’re made of flesh and bone >>
* Nvidia’s artificial intelligence is breaking into the industrial sector >>

* Facebook and Amazon are so big they’re creating their own company towns — here’s the 200-year history >>
* Scientists have discovered a potentially suicidal problem with going to Mars >>
* Scientists created cotton that naturally glows in the dark without using genetic engineering >>

* The Navy is working on a new Tomahawk missile that can hit moving targets >>
* Brain cancer growth halted by absence of protein, study finds >>
* Synthetic muscle that can lift 1,000 times its own weight >>

* World’s first ‘molecular robot’ capable of building molecules >>
* AI Reshaping Fab Operations >>
* AI Chip Rides Novel Networks >>

* Engineers Have Found a Way to 3D Print Super Strong Aluminum >>
* Ray Kurzweil Explains Why Technology Won’t Eliminate Human Jobs >>
* Hubble Spots Unique Object In The Main Asteroid Belt >>

* Television with built-in Fire TV makes better use of your voice >>
* 68 Things You Cannot Say on China’s Internet >>
* Governments Are Testing Their Own Cryptocurrencies >>

* Boeing Planes Could Fire Lasers From Their Noses To Spot Turbulence >>
* Geneticists Trace An Australian Migration With Aboriginal Artifacts >>
* The Most Impactful New Iphone Feature May Be The Most Boring >>

* Apple’s Faceid Could Be A Powerful Tool For Mass Spying >>
* Can scientists predict extreme events before they happen? >>

* Apple and others have failed to revolutionise TV, so I went back to cable instead >>
* What it’s like riding Apple’s spinning glass elevator in Steve Jobs Theatre >>
* Facebook is dropping $35 million to lease a beautiful, earthquake-resistant skyscraper in San Francisco >>

* Internet of Everything — US$12.6 trillion ROI expected over the next decade >>
* There’s a new kind of computer coming — and the mouse, keyboard, and touchscreen won’t be enough to use it >>

* Everything coming to Netflix, Amazon Prime, and HBO Now in October >>
* New trailers: Marvel’s The Punisher, Wes Anderson’s stop-motion dogs, and more >>
* Star Trek: Discovery boldly goes where no Star Trek show has gone before >>
* Watch Star Trek: Discovery’s fantastic main title sequence >>
* With Star Trek: Discovery, Cbs Discovers That Tv Ain’t Easy Anymore >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 September 2017

September 24, 2017 2 comments

First post holiday catchup…

* Nanosatellite Beams Smartphone Voice Call for First Time >>
* Walking DNA nanorobot could deliver a drug to a precise location in your body >>
* A Brain Built From Atomic Switches Can Learn >>

* Robot security guard maker Knightscope shows off new multi-terrain model >>
* Shasta Ventures launches a fund to accelerate AR and VR app development >>
* Ai Research Is In Desperate Need Of An Ethical Watchdog >>

* Proposed Hyperloop Route Between Toronto And Montreal! >>
* This Week’s “Planet Earth” Report –How a Hydrogen Bomb Would Affect the Pacific to Supernova 30-Light Years Away >>
* Scientists Urge Europe To Stick With “armageddon”-style Asteroid Mission >>

* Inferno Alien World With Titanium Skies –ESO’s Very Large Telescope Detects Extreme Exoplanet >>
* The X-Games of Astronomy, Scientists Close to Actual Pictures of Milky Way’s Supermassive Black Hole >>

* Higher power and high density nuclear electric for space missions >>
* In 5-10 years Branecraft can be mass produce for missions all around the solar system >>
* Artificial ‘skin’ gives robotic hand a sense of touch >>

* A battery-free origami robot powered and controlled by external magnetic fields >>
* International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems >>

* For the First Time, Signal Transfer Between Molecules Has Been Achieved >>
* Carbon Nanotube Thread Could Generate Electricity From The Bloodstream >>
* Lidar-Equipped Autonomous Wheelchairs Roll Out in Singapore and Japan >>

* Superaccurate GPS Chips Coming to Smartphones in 2018 >>
* Kymeta’s flat antenna will enable the broadband connected cars >>
* Scientists remove one of the final barriers to making lifelike robots >>

* Inception Drive: A Compact, Infinitely Variable Transmission for Robotics >>
* Tiny Laser Device Predicts Cardiac Arrests >>
* AI to Help Power Grids Resist Disruptions >>

* New system allows near-zero-power sensors to communicate data over long distances >>
* Low-Power Devices Use Backscatter to Transmit Data Several Kilometers >>
* China high temperature nuclear reactor could replace coal plants and provide industrial heat >>

* Starting a Robotics Company? Sell a Service, Not a Robot >>
* DARPA’s Dormant but Always-Alert Sensors >>
* Human brains connecting to the internet in realtime >>

* DNA Robots Can Deliver Molecular Packages >>
* The Apple Watch’s Heart Monitoring App Gets Smarter >>
* ‘Fog computing’ could improve communications during natural disasters >>

* The iPhone X’s face unlock and the fifth amendment don’t mix >>
* This robotic security guard is designed for all-terrain patrols >>
* Amazon might release Alexa-powered smart glasses this year, report says >>

* Drones carried blood samples over the Arizona desert, and it could change the future of medicine >>
* Building film experiences through WebVR with Powster >>

* Drones and Robots Are Taking Over Industrial Inspection >>
* Why 500 Million People in China Are Talking to This AI >>
* Facial Recognition Is Only the Beginning: Here’s What to Expect Next in Biometrics on Your Phone >>

* Facebook’s New ‘AI Camera’ Team Wants to Add a Layer to the World >>
* SpaceX might name its satellite broadband internet service ‘Starlink’ >>
* Tesla said to be working on its own self-driving AI chip with AMD >>

* This news-reading AI could scan for police shootings nationwide >>
* Apple’s A11 Bionic Chip In iPhone 8 and iPhone X Smokes Android Handsets In Early Benchmarks >>
* Uber is ready to cut a deal to get its London license back >>

* The inside story of the iPhone X ‘brain,’ the A11 Bionic chip >>
* World’s first VR brain surgery film will satisfy your scientific curiosity >>
* Sen. Al Franken is worried about iPhone X’s Face ID >>

* Google Maps is getting friendlier to people with wheelchairs >>
* A nanoparticle-coated skin patch could treat obesity and diabetes >>
* Warehouse-robots-learning >>

* Japanese develop robot dog that sniffs out smelly feet >>
* Quantum Computing: you know it’s cool, now find out how it works >>
* Scientists Design First-Ever Microchip That Stores Light as Sound >>

* MIT map offers real-time, crowd-sourced flood reporting during Hurricane Irma >>
* How neural networks think >>
* Maze-like chip helps spot aggressive cancer cells >>

* AI mimicking nature: Flying and talking >>
* Why democratizing AI matters: Computing, data, algorithms, and talent >>
* The state of AI adoption >>

* The APIs for neural networks in TensorFlow >>
* A New Zealand Company Built An AI Baby That Plays the Piano >>
* AI Just Made Guessing Your Password a Whole Lot Easier >>

* America’s Data-Swamped Spy Agencies Pin Their Hopes On AI >>
* TV Turns 90 >>
* Apple iPhone X A11 Bionic 6-Core CPU Crushes All Android Challengers In Benchmark Leak >>

* Everything coming to Netflix, Amazon Prime, and HBO Now in October >>
* iFixit’s iPhone 8 teardown shows that you really don’t want to crack that glass back >>
* New trailers: Marvel’s The Punisher, Wes Anderson’s stop-motion dogs, and more >>

* How Apple Built An iPhone Camera That Makes Everyone A Professional Photographer >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 September 2017

September 7, 2017 Leave a comment

* MIT and IBM: putting our “minds and hands” together to create the future of AI >>
* 3 Hurricanes Are Roiling the Atlantic At Once >>
* TV Turns 90 >>

* SpaceX Rocket Launches X-37B Space Plane on Secret Mission, Aces Landing >>
* Billionaire Paul Allen funds sensors to measure three times deeper in the ocean >>
* Intel installed its 3D camera system in eight more NFL stadiums >>

* Nvidia and Avitas Systems partner on using AI to help robots spot defects >>
* John Deere bought an AI company to optimize crop spraying >>
* A huge solar flare temporarily knocked out GPS communications >>

* Smartphones could someday assess brain injuries >>
* Hyperloop to hit maximum speed: Elon Musk reveals next round of SpaceX contest >>
* Bats crash into windows because of a glitch with their ‘sonar’ >>

* Artificial intelligence system guesses your sexuality with 91% accuracy >>
* Amazon to add second headquarters with up to 50,000 jobs >>
* This portable scanner of the future can tell if your food has gone bad >>

* Fitbit is teaming up with Dexcom for glucose monitoring on the Ionic Smartwatch >>
* Google Drive goes down and takes worldwide productivity with it >>

* Scientists pinpoint 27 states of emotion >>
* This “palm tree” will charge your phone and provide free Wi-Fi >>

* A cooling system that works without electricity >>
* R.I.P. SPARC and Solaris >>
* Things You Can Do With an Extra Robotic Arm >>

* Nissan’s Next-Gen Leaf Drives Farther, Thinks Deeper >>
* Handheld Mass-Spectrometry Pen Identifies Cancer in Seconds During Surgery >>
* China’s planned supersonic maglev transport in evacuated tubes >>

* MOAI Robot Is a Roomba Vacuum For Your Aquarium >>
* Drone pilots are getting their own weather forecasts >>
* Forgetting to hydrate is no longer an excuse with this smart water bottle >>

* Integrating convolutional neural networks into enterprise applications >>
* This is one of the smallest electric skateboards ever made >>
* Jaguar’s new concept has a steering wheel you talk to and take with you >>

* This Machine Learning-Powered Software Teaches Kids To Be Better Writers >>
* BMW is reportedly making an all-electric four-door sedan >>
* Google invites private networks into its cloud >>

* Potential North Korea War Scenarios >>
* How Apple Finally Made Siri Sound More Human >>
* Sony unveils its ‘true 4K’ projector that costs just $5,000 >>

* That Delta Plane Flying Straight Through Hurricane Irma Was Nbd >>
* Juno: Auroral Activity on Jupiter Up Close >>
* A New Supercar With Lamborghini Guts! >>

* All Jaguars will have electric drivetrains in 2020 >>
* Dell’s Visor is a gorgeous VR headset, but Windows Mixed Reality still needs polish >>

* Storm Warning: Solar Outburst Could Scramble Earth’s Communications >>
* Astronomers Use Our Sun to Predict Habitability of Alien Star Planets >>
* Organics Discovery at Mars’ Gale Crater Hints at Existence of RNA and Ancient Life >>

* WuXi NextCODE aims for the genomics database “gold standard” with new $240 million >>
* Hurricane Irma is a Man-made Disaster >>
* This Little Wireless Gadget Turns Your iPhone Into A DIY Recording Studio >>

* IBM and MIT to pursue joint research in artificial intelligence, establish new MIT–IBM Watson AI Lab >>
* can-the-us-really-nuke-north-korea-without-starting-a-world-war >>
* Is There a “Female” Brain? >>

* Massive Genetic Study Shows How Humans are Evolving >>
* Neural network learns to invent disease names with hilarious (and disturbing) results >>
* Vampires may have been REAL people with a blood disorder >>

* Cancer pen could tell surgeons where they should cut in seconds >>
* Researchers discover connection between low oxygen levels and a human gene >>
* Scientists discover the ‘adrenaline’ of the immune system >>
* Mankind at ‘tipping point’ as automation AI begins to replace us in ‘long and painful process’, experts >>

* How do I build a Jenkins project using the Ant build tool? >>
* How do I manage external jobs with Jenkins? >>
* How do I integrate Ant with Jenkins? >>

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