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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 November 2017

* Walmart is testing a self-driving, floor-scrubbing robot >>
* FCC releases final draft of ‘Restoring Internet Freedom,’ which would not do that >>
* Wanted: AI That Can Spy >>

* Google stops secretly tracking cellular location info >>
* Safely and quickly distribute private enterprise apps with Google Play >>
* Apple could use machine learning to shore up LiDAR limitations in self-driving >>

* Apple acquired augmented reality headset startup Vrvana for $30M >>
* Tencent is first Asian company to top US$500 billion >>
* Next year’s iPhones could have ridiculously fast internet speeds >>

* To Build the World’s Smallest Atomic Clock, Trap a Nitrogen Atom in a Carbon Cage >>
* China sold 66,000 electric cars in October over quadruple the US level >>

* Scientists Program Remote-Controlled Nanobots to Kill Cancer >>
* Apple reveals self-driving car work in research paper >>
* Samsung plans new research center to keep pace in the AI wars >>

* Nasa will use shape shifting CHAINMAIL tyres on future rovers to survive the punishing terrains on alien planets >>
* Elongating your brain cells could ward off Alzheimer’s >>
* Fly-By of Interstellar Asteroid Portends Quadrillion Trillion More in Galaxy >>

* Tiny license plates could help us steer clear of our space junk >>
* These windows won’t shatter for anything >>
* Apple’s jaw-dropping ‘spaceship’ campus is open — take a look from above >>

* Eric Schmidt admits ‘very difficult’ for Google’s algorithm to separate fact from fiction in search results >>
* Ocean-covered planets may not be the places to search for life >>

* MIT’s DIY muon detector sniffs out cosmic particles >>
* MIT brainpower highlighted in Forbes’ 30 Under 30 lists for 2018 >>
* Physicists Find a Way Information Can Escape From Black Holes >>

* Young Again: How One Cell Turns Back Time >>
* Nothing you can do stops this code from watching you online >>

* Space Traffic Control (Progress in Astronautics and Aeronautics Series) >>
* Uber data breach from 2016 affected 57 million riders and drivers >>
* Intel’s latest Core processors have serious security flaws >>

* Galactic Panspermia: Interstellar Dust Could Transport Life From Star To Star >>
* It Appears that Dark Energy May Not Actually Exist >>

* Oumuamua: Listening To An Interstellar Interloper >>
* Lunar Scientists Solve One of the Great Mysteries of the Moon’s Formation >>
* Loss of Net Neutrality will mean more overcharging but technological reckoning is coming >>

* Nanoscale Magnetic Circuits Expand Into Three Dimensions >>
* Singularity University Partners with Airbus on Mixed Reality Training >>

* Peeling Away Memory Chips >>
* 30+ years of US military bloat with some costs over ten times a reasonable level >>

* Reddit’s homepage has been covered in net neutrality protests over the past day >>
* The store of the future has self-driving floor scrubbers >>
* Google Play launches crazy Black Friday deals on games, music, TV, and books >>

* This cargo airline just bought two Boeing 747s online for $48 million >>
* Gearing up for the internet of things >>
* Did This Doctor Perform the First Human Head Transplant? >>

* Apple’s latest AI research explores the problem of mapping systems for self-driving cars >>
* The Fight Over Net Neutrality Is a Protection Racket >>

* This AI Can Spot Art Forgeries by Looking at One Brushstroke >>
* Behind the Scenes as NASA Tests the Most Powerful Rocket Ever >>

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