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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 April 2018

* Google AI experiment has you talking to books >>
* Google AI can pick out voices in a crowd >>
* AI Can Generate a 3D Model of a Person After Watching a Few Seconds of Video >>

* AI is an excuse for Facebook to keep messing up >>
* Researchers teach AI to think like a dog and find out what they know about the world >>

* a16z Podcast: What to Know about GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) >>
* Sega announces the Mega Drive Mini >>
* Sensor-carrying drones ‘talk’ to each other >>

* See Straight Through Walls by Augmenting Your Eyeballs With Drones >>
* The Electronics Cooling System 400 Million Years in the Making >>
* Luminar’s Lidar Enters Mass Production >>

* Next-gen TV to usher in viewer tracking and personalized ads along with 4K broadcasts >>
* These smart glasses could help pilots land during extreme emergencies >>
* Ford’s self-driving car network will launch ‘at scale’ in 2021 >>

* No more bad, blocky video calls thanks to smart AI compression >>
* The Internet Needs A Tune-Up >>
* Samsung releases $186 ‘dumb phone’ that can’t connect to the internet to help students curb social media addiction >>

* Is Science Hitting a Wall? >>
* Chip under the skin could tell if you’ve had too much to drink >>
* Google futurist and director of engineering: Basic income will spread worldwide by the 2030s >>

* Improved quantum error correction could enable universal quantum computing >>
* Nanobots Glide Through Living Cells >>

* Petawatt proton beams at Lawrence Livermore >>
* Video Friday: Robot With Scissors, Cassie on a Segway, and Atlas Kicking >>

* More TED2018 conference shorts to amuse and amaze >>
* BMW at TED2018: Putting its self-driving car to the reading, mascara and ramen test >>
* Announced at TED2018: Google’s new TalkToBooks search >>

* Body electric: Notes from Session 9 of TED2018 >>
* “Age of Amazement,” simulation drives innovation >>

* Low gravity may hold the key to a healthy heart >>
* Survey Finds ‘Agile’ Competency Is Rare In Organizations >>
* Elon Musk agrees robot glut slowed Model 3 production >>

* Report: Google’s Gmail will soon include a time-limited Confidential Mode, UI redesign >>
* Telegram hit with block in Russia over encryption >>
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* Sensu raises $10M to build a robust monitoring system for all your different operations >>

* Elon Musk is raising half a billion in cash for SpaceX — and there are 3 epic projects he may spend it on >>
* Personalized vaccine fights off cancer in clinical trial >>
* How to Solve RF Isolation Issues with Inductors >>

* Atlas V Rocket Launches US Military Satellite and Experimental Spacecraft Into Orbit >>
* How NASA’s Planet-Hunting TESS Telescope Will Find Habitable Worlds >>
* Lego Just Launched New Sets for ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ (and Yes, They’re Awesome) >>

* India Just Launched a Navigation Satellite (While Trying to Save Another One) >>
* China is “sputniking” the US so the US needs to spread Elon Musk and SpaceX methods >>
* China is deploying metamaterials and railguns using SR-71 like development speed and flexibility >>

* China is developing J-20 Stealth fighter variants and next generation fighter will have improved metamaterials >>
* Google announces new ‘Talk to Books’ semantic-search feature >>
* Never pick the wrong seat on a plane again! The 3D mapping tool that gives passengers a 360-view of the cabin from any position >>

* The Race to 5G: Policy >>
* The Race to 5G: Standards >>
* The Race to 5G: Technology >>

* Can AI Really Solve Facebook’s Problems? >>
* What would happen if a nuclear bomb went off in a major city? >>
* Businessman fighting for ‘right to be forgotten’ over past crime wins High Court action against Google >>

* Drivers using smartphones behind the wheel could be fined automatically without realising they’ve been caught >>
* Grime-proof coating repels just about everything >>
* Google trains its AI to pick out voices in a noisy crowd to SPY on your secret conversations >>

* Meat-eating chimps that hunt baby monkeys and devour the BRAIN first could reveal new clues on human evolution, experts say >>
* The weekly alcohol limit still carries a risk of early death >>

* New $1.5m presidential limo, which will protect him from ballistic, explosive and chemical weapons, is now with the secret service >>
* Making custom qubits by pushing together two individual atoms >>
* NASA’s TESS spacecraft may find 1,600 new planets in the next two years >>

* New trailers: Solo, Incredibles 2, Ocean’s 8, and more >>
* Westworld season 2: our spoiler-free review >>
* Solo: A Star Wars Story explores the early days of Han’s friendship with Chewie >>
* ‘Westworld’ season 2 is even better than the first and transcends the last sci-fi tropes holding it back >>
* Best Action Movies 2017: Review Of The Outrageous Thrill-Ride ‘Atomic Blonde,’ And Where To Watch It >>

* Was There a Civilization On Earth Before Humans? >>
* Xiaomi-backed phone start-up eyes China’s US$14 billion mobile game market with new handset >>
* Jaywalkers under surveillance in Shenzhen soon to be punished via text messages >>

* Made For Each Other: Indian Start-ups And Chinese Investors >>
* No more poker face: it’s only a matter of time before machines will be able to read our emotions >>
* When Can Law Enforcement Look at Your Devices? A Definitive List >>

* “Cow FitBits” Won’t Make Cows Happier Because They’re Not Milk Robots >>
* A New Kind of Memory Could Make RAM and ROM Obsolete >>

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