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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 7 December 2017

* Google learns to smile, because AI’s bad at it >>
* Netflix mulls using AI to craft personalized movie trailers for viewers >>
* Most distant quasar ever seen is way too big for our universe >>

* Reducing discrimination in AI with new methodology >>
* Inside Baidu’s Bid To Lead The Ai Revolution >>
* The Ai Company That Helps Boeing Cook New Metals For Jets >>

* Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 doubles down on cameras and AI >>
* Computers Learn to Use Sound to Find Ships >>
* Google Released an AI That Analyzes Your Genome >>

* AI creates a ‘false reality’ that is almost identical to the real world >>
* China’s ‘Big Brother’ technology conference where companies reveal how they use AI to spy on citizens >>
* China’s A.I. Advances Help Its Tech Industry, and State Security >>

* Super thin, ‘unclonable’ security system fends off hackers >>
* Volocopter says its 60mph self-flying taxi service will be up running in ‘two to three years’ >>
* Researchers reveal controversial plan to create infertile GM rats in bid to wipe out the pests >>

* “Little Foot” Walking on Earth 3.6 Million Years Ago >>
* What Happens When an Algorithm Helps Write Science Fiction >>
* Sony’s Super Slo-Mo Cellphone Camera >>

* Qualcomm Is Building Awesome Windows Pcs Out Of Smartphone Parts >>
* Amazon Prime Video finally arrives on Apple TV >>
* US cyberweapons have been stolen and there’s nothing we can do >>

* Christmas of future, according to Amazon: ‘AI and 3D-printed food’ >>
* Scientists Want in on Humanity’s Next Big Space Station >>
* Why brewing beer in space is more important than you think >>

* Self-Driving Car Milestones >>
* ‘Pokémon Go’ will soon incorporate real-world weather >>
* Gomer is a soft robot that can bother your cat >>

* Tesla’s Gigafactory might be behind a global battery shortage >>
* DARPA and the future of synthetic biology >>
* Google Maps motorcycle mode finds shortcuts for India’s bikers >>

* Researchers 3D-print WiFi-connected objects that don’t need power >>
* The feud; Google pulls YouTube from Amazon devices >>
* How Much Does It Cost to Insure the Vehicles of ‘Star Wars’? >>

* Try this! Researchers devise better recommendation algorithm >>
* This duck-like dinosaur with killer claws ran, swam and tore prey to shreds >>
* Key for Alien Life? Earth’s Atmosphere has a Nitrogen Signature That’s Unique to Our Planet >>

* Looks like HQ Trivia is coming to Android >>
* Custom 3D-Printed Implants Could Treat Hearing Loss >>
* Future Historians Probably Won’t Understand Our Internet, and That’s Okay >>

* 2D Materials Push Paper Electronics Towards the Internet of Things >>
* Oculus Rift Core 2.0 update is now available in beta >>
* The colossal ITER fusion power facility is halfway finished >>

* China spending US$3.3 billion on molten salt nuclear reactors for faster aircraft carriers and in flying drones >>
* Heat only nuclear plants proposed to get rid of coal power at one third the cost >>
* What Tech Skills are Hot (React, Cloud) or Not (Linux, Tableau) >>

* New Migraine Prevention Drugs May Finally Eradicate Pain >>
* China Planning a Robotic Moon Station and Far-Side Radio Telescope (VIDEO) >>
* Google Lunar X Prize Teams Make Last-Ditch Fundraising Appeals >>

* Mathematicians Awarded $3 Million for Cracking Century-Old Problem >>
* Shenzhen passes Guangzhou as highest GDP city in southern China >>
* Game changing nuclear molten salt reactor will be cheaper than natural gas >>

* Modeling and Simulation for Meeting the Challenges of Battery Design >>
* Scientists observe supermassive black hole in infant universe >>
* Flash DSC Revolutionizes Rapid-Scanning DSC >>

* Android Oreo 8.1 is here, and it’s boring but important >>
* Pivot to the cloud: intelligent features in Google Sheets help businesses uncover insights >>
* Science Has Made America Great >>

* MIT researchers made a living ink that responds to its surroundings >>
* Microsoft’s next big campus renovation project is on Apple’s home turf >>
* China publishes NUCLEAR ATTACK survival guide >>

* What it was like to work at startups in 2017, according to over 850 founders >>
* An Amino Acid in Plant Waste Offers Unexpected Energy Potential >>
* We Can’t Get Over How Entrancing These Traffic Flow Simulations Are >>

* The top 10 YouTube videos of the year >>
* Teaching Machines to Understand User Interfaces >>
* Tesla’s Gigafactory might be behind a global battery shortage >>

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