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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 March 2018

* Watch NVIDIA’s GTC keynote in under 15 minutes >>
* Helping Robots Express Themselves When They Fail >>
* China is using AI and facial recognition to fine jaywalkers via text >>

* Nvidia stuns by driving a car in real life through virtual reality >>
* Nvidia DGX-2 is 2 petaflop AI supercomputer for $399,000 >>
* Meet Pure, Nvidia’s AIRI fairy: A hyperconverged beast >>

* Nvidia brings joy by bringing GPU acceleration to Kubernetes >>
* Alphabet’s X lab explores using AI to improve food production >>
* NVIDIA’s next AI steps: ARM deal & new ‘personal supercomputer’ >>

* Amazon loses US$54 billion in market value after Donald Trump ‘threatened to go after it’ >>
* China firmly says no to foreign waste >>
* China’s biggest courier firm could soon deliver parcels by drone >>

* Horror VR game can ramp up the fear factor if you’re not scared >>
* How a dedicated cyber-court could halt the rise of online crime >>
* Meet Your Interstitium, a Newfound “Organ” >>

* Arm chips with Nvidia AI could change the Internet of Things >>
* Absence of a key chemical in the brain, responsible for feeding memory, could be used as an early test for Alzheimer’s >>
* AI will control humans with powerful propaganda and bespoke fake news stories that are even harder to stop >>

* Cyber Defense Tool Is an Early Warning System for Grid Attacks >>
* “Swarm Electrification” Powers Villages in Bangladesh >>
* WinSystems SBC Supports Windows® 10 IoT Core OS >>

* Robot for cleaning the side of ships >>
* Foresight meeting on Artificial General Intelligences and Corporations >>
* Breakthrough to enable computers 100 times faster >>

* Baidu Shows Off Its Instant Pocket Translator >>
* Huawei’s P20 Pro smartphone has three rear-facing cameras >>
* Rats can’t puke, which is bad news for them and great news for us >>

* GoDaddy to move most of its infrastructure to AWS >>
* Blooming marvellous: Transformation of a kidney bean into a fully-grown plant is captured in a mesmerising timelapse >>
* Scientists discover new organ spanning the ENTIRE human body that acts as a built-in ‘shock absorber’ >>

* NVIDIA teams with Adobe to ensure AI editing runs smoothly >>
* This robot can find a way to pick up almost any object even if it has never seen it before >>
* Recruiting gets easier with candidate discovery in Hire by Google >>

* Engaging Employees in Health Care Data Security >>
* ARKit-only apps top 13 million installs, nearly half from games >>
* SpaceX and Boeing inch closer toward crewed space missions >>

* Facebook just lost another user — New Zealand’s privacy commissioner >>
* Facebook releases redesign of settings and privacy pages >>
* SoftBank and Saudi Arabia to build world’s biggest solar farm >>

* A Low-Noise Diamond Maser That Doesn’t Require Cooling >>
* Getting JWST Aloft >>
* Try To Contain Your Surprise. James Webb Is Getting Delayed To 2020 >>

* Chandrayaan-1: India’s First Mission to the Moon >>
* China’s Doomed Space Station Did Some Science Work, Too >>
* There is an Obesity and diabetes epidemic but doctors are not prepared to enable healthy lifestyle or fixing habits >>

* Virtual Commissioning with a Model-Driven Digital Twin >>
* Updated analysis for laser sail mission to Alpha Centauri >>
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* Future Solar Sail Missions >>

* Internet of insecure Things: Software still riddled with security holes >>
* Google Launches More Realistic Text-To-Speech Service Powered By DeepMind’s AI >>
* Apple needs more than apps to win over educators >>

* Amazon may spend $1 billion to adapt hit Chinese sci-fi novels >>
* Forget Millennials, the Internet’s Most Wanted Users Are Older — and Poorer >>
* Build your own PC inside the PC you built with PC Building Simulator >>

* Nvidia previews next-generation Drive Orin self-driving computer >>
* NVIDIA aims to make self-driving safer with virtual simulations >>
* Out-of-control Chinese space station could unleash a ‘series of FIREBALLS’ as it crashes to Earth over Easter weekend >>

* Ultra-sticky film that unfolds like paper snowflakes could revolutionize everything from bandages to wearable electronics >>
* Big Brother-style facial recognition system publicly shames jaywalkers in China by beaming their image on a giant screen before sending them a fine via text message >>

* The Sun Is Spitting Out Strange Patterns of Gamma Rays >>
* ‘Virtual tumours’ predict success of tumour-heating sound waves >>
* Finding the Achilles heel of cancer >>

* Dark matter ‘missing’ in a galaxy far, far away >>
* ISSUE 109: Kubernetes Security >>
* ISSUE 107: Time and Marshmallows >>

* Pure Storage teams with Nvidia on GPU-fueled Flash storage solution for AI >>
* Nvidia CEO comments on GPU shortage caused by Ethereum >>
* Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang announces Teleportation Hardware | GTC 2018 >>

* China’s artificial forest coverage tops world >>
* Railway envisioned linking Xiong’an to western neighbor >>

* Toyota revs up on car sharing software >>
* Out-of-control space station will crash to Earth this weekend >>
* How Europe’s new privacy rule is reshaping the internet >>

* Uber scaled back the number of sensors on its self-driving cars: report >>
* Here’s what to expect at the 2018 New York Auto Show >>
* What smartphone photography is doing to our memories >>

* Waymo’s all-electric Jaguar Will Rule the Self-Driving Fleets of the Future >>
* Ready Player One Movie Review >>
* Gran Turismo Sport Finally Gets PSVR >>

* VR Survival Game Island Time Gets Release Date, Morbid New Trailer >>
* GDC 2018: Final Assault Is A New VR RTS From Final Approach Developers >>
* This iridescent butterfly is made out of beating heart cells >>

* A robotic camera system films sports like a human >>

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