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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 10 April 2018

* Launching Rockets From Balloons Is About To Be A Thing “rockoons” >>
* Huge! Elon Musk shows off what SpaceX will use to build BFR spaceship >>
* Mark Zuckerberg is heading to Congress, and the stakes couldn’t be higher >>

* Astronomers Just Found 72 Stellar Explosions, But Don’t Know What’s Causing Them >>
* Amazon Spent Close To $23B on R&D in 2017, Outpacing Fellow Tech Giants >>
* Xprize finalists to test CO2 recycling ideas in factories >>

* Research: Could Machine Learning Help Companies Select Better Board Directors? >>
* A.I. creates ‘maps’ of immune system fighting cancer >>
* Can Humans Conceive In Space? NASA Sent Sperm To The ISS To Find Out >>

* World’s first over-the-phone abortion service hailed a success >>
* A Triton Lander Mission >>
* Elon Musk plans hyperloop high-speed acceleration and braking test >>

* Age of the “superfad”. Products, ideas and habits that surge into our collective conscience – and frequently burn out just as fast. >>
* Hypersonic warhead being developed with 3D printed parts in the Hypersonic weapons race >>
* Need for billions of ethical cases and examples for Safe Artificial Intelligence simulation and training >>

* Two U.S. Cities Win Support for 5G Wireless Test Beds >>
* Best Practices for Real-Time Machine Automation Performance in IoT & Industry 4.0 >>
* How AI powers your car’s future >>

* A Long-Awaited IoT Crisis Is Here, and Many Devices Aren’t Ready >>
* Everything that works with Google Assistant and Google Home >>
* Bloodless nanotechnology diabetes monitor draws fluid across a single hair follicle >>

* When bricks and mortar meet hi-tech: Evergrande’s US$15.9 billion fare on the technology bandwagon >>
* Forget the trade war, China wants to win the arms race in computing >>

* Foresight discussion on Artificial General Intelligence and Corporations >>
* We should build a baby-brained artificial intelligence >>
* New Charge Quantum Interference Device developed >>

* Read Mark Zuckerberg’s full prepared statements for Congress >>
* VMware vids revealing new vSphere vanish >>
* HSBC brings in AI to help spot money laundering >>

* Two ‘newly discovered’ human organs aren’t what they seem >>
* Huawei P20 Pro teardown sheds light on its three cameras >>
* PayPal to roll out banking products for the ‘unbanked’ in the weeks ahead >>

* Google launches an improved speech-to-text service for developers >>
* What 40 Years of Research Reveals About the Difference Between Disruptive and Radical Innovation >>
* Samsung Galaxy S9 DeX Pad comes to the US on May 13th >>

* WSJ: SpaceX not to blame for ‘Zuma’ spy satellite disaster >>
* In blockchain we trust >>
* Irrigation robots could help grow wine grapes in California >>

* Amazon isn’t to blame for the Postal Service’s woes, but it will need to innovate to survive >>
* Is Microsoft Trying To Make Windows 10 Mail Worse? >>

* Salesforce is working on a blockchain product >>
* Antarctica still losing ice despite big rise in snowfall >>

* Chinese facial recognition firm, SenseTime, becomes world’s most valuable AI start-up at $4.5 BILLION >>
* What friends of friends reveal about us online >>
* Mark Zuckerberg, the real face of Facebook >>

* Let’s break down the new trailer for Solo: A Star Wars Story >>
* A shocking number of parents spy on their kids’ devices >>
* Facebook will give researchers new data to study election interference >>

* India is beefing up its military as tensions rise with China and Pakistan >>
* North Korea will discuss denuclearization, US official says >>
* TRUMP’S ECONOMIC ADVISER: China is First World country and it’s ‘got to act like one’ >>

* Welcomes to the world of cowgorithms >>
* We tried aerial yoga moves with the founder of AntiGravity fitness >>
* Will Tech Companies Ever Take Ethics Seriously? >>

* The Rise of the Digital Marketplace Economy >>
* Getting Hired in 2018 — The Keys to Building an Attractive Online Portfolio >>
* China-made jetliner completes crosswind flight test >>

* Chinese scientists find new method to induce stem cells >>
* China’s new manned submersible finishes new expedition >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 April 2018

* Do You Trust This Computer? Documentary courtesy of Elon Musk >>
* Skytran magnetic levitation personal pod transportation gets $32.5 million in funding >>
* AI NEXTCon >>

* Robo Wunderkind wants to build the Lego Mindstorms for everyone >>
* This surreal AI creature meets humans, then decides whether it wants to play with them >>
* Finding order in disorder demonstrates a new state of matter >>

* Elon Musk Worries That AI Research Will Create an ‘Immortal Dictator’ >>
* NGC 6960: The Witch’s Broom Nebula >>
* Bacteria Pass ‘Memories’ to New Generations >>

* Another reason why your Docker containers may be slow >>
* In a Slack world, Microsoft bets on Teams and Yammer >>
* Watching A Laser Etch A Coin Is Extremely Cool And Satisfying >>

* After Math: The week of living dangerously >>
* California May Soon Allow Passengers In Driverless Cars >>
* SurvAIllance >>

* Ep. 50: How Deep Learning Can Make Your Lawyer More Productive >>
* Ep. 51: Live at GTC – Deep Learning Can Save Lives by Predicting Severe Weather >>
* Ep. 52: Live at GTC – How Deep Learning Can Fight Cancer >>

* How AI and Machine Learning Are Redefining Cybersecurity >>
* New trailers: Fahrenheit 451, The First Purge, and more >>
* NASA wants to extend Boeing’s first crewed flight to the International Space Station >>

* MRI analysis with machine learning predicts impairment after spinal injury, study shows >>
* Gene therapy may help astronauts going to Mars resist deadly radiation >>
* Researchers developing renewable energy approach for producing ammonia >>

* The Era of Fake Video Begins >>
* Ask Slashdot: Are Companies Under-Investing in IT? >>
* New Brain Maps With Unmatched Detail May Change Neuroscience >>

* Can Ruby Survive Another 25 Years? >>
* Kiwi 3D scanner could revolutionise x-ray, detect disease >>

* Video games banned in China, surveillance installed in internet cafes >>
* RSS is undead >>
* Neuroscientist Gregory Berns: ‘Studying dogs is way more enjoyable than studying humans’ >>

* US gene-editing ruling delights plant scientists >>
* Salford University robot ‘is like one of us’ >>
* China has started ranking citizens with a creepy ‘social credit’ system — here’s what you can do wrong, and the embarrassing, demeaning ways they can punish you >>

* Is meditation the answer to cognitive decline? >>
* Dubai splashes billions on mega projects ahead of Expo >>
* 5 Big Disruptive Trends to Watch in the Coming Decade >>

* The Thought Process Behind Startup Ideas >>
* A look inside self-flying drone startup Skydio >>
* China’s ride-hailing service Didi Chuxing recruits drivers in Mexico >>

* Genetics Research Is Failing Most of the World’s Population >>
* A broken submarine cable knocked a country off the internet for two days >>
* Watch NASA dummies crash test flying and falling vehicles >>

* Full audio: Our extended, uncut interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook >>
* Full transcript: Apple CEO Tim Cook with Recode’s Kara Swisher and MSNBC’s Chris Hayes >>
* Store owners providing Wi-fi to customers ordered to switch to government-verified routers >>

* China stands ready to fight for its interests and the future of globalization >>

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