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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 April 2018

* US army boffins use AI to spot faces in the dark >>
* Enterprise AI will make the leap — who will reap the benefits? >>
* Announcing Docker Enterprise Edition 2.0 >>

* NASA’s Got a Plan for a ‘Galactic Positioning System’ to Save Astronauts Lost in Space >>
* Public dataset to classify new malware using AI >>
* Using AI to detect heart disease >>

* a16z Podcast: Players and Paths for Healthcare Startups >>
* Is This the World We Are Creating? >>
* AI Tool Helps Law Enforcement Find Victims of Human Trafficking >>

* Intel offloads virus scanning to the GPU for better battery life and performance >>
* China’s relaxed rules on foreign car makers are good news for EVs >>
* Android web browser app in India >>

* Google’s latest do-it-yourself AI kits include everything you need >>
* Node snags two top AI researchers to advance AI-fueled search tool >>
* A16Z and Founders Fund sink $28M into IRL asset blockchain Harbor >>

* Microsoft built its own custom Linux kernel for its new IoT service >>
* Netflix subscriber count hits 125 million >>
* Netflix nears a $150B market cap as its subscribers continue to balloon >>

* FlyJacket Lets You Control a Drone With Your Body >>
* Drummer With Cyborg Arm Wants to Take It On Tour >>
* Experts Call for Global Data Sharing to Defend Against Cyberattacks >>

* NASA’s Orion capsule contains over 100 3D-printed parts >>
* $15,000 device can unlock ANY iPhone: US police forces buying ‘GrayKey’ box to crack into encrypted phones >>
* Miniature Human Brains Grow for Months When Implanted in Mice Skulls >>

* Amazon has shelved plan to sell drugs to hospitals. Insiders say there are two reasons why >>
* Thanks To Ai, These Cameras Will Know What They’re Seeing >>

* Toyota to start deploying chips in battle to get cars ‘talking’ >>
* You might be surprised what Google knows about you >>
* Huawei promises to launch a 5G smartmobe in second half of 2019 >>

* DNA-repairing ‘protein shield’ also affects cancer treatment >>
* Mark Zuckerberg Plays the Scapegoat for Our Facebook Sins >>
* Biggest Porn Site Now Accepts Cryptocurrency >>

* Google made an AR microscope that can help detect cancer >>
* Google Maps uses landmarks to provide natural-sounding directions >>
* Elon Musk just secured $507 million in funding to pursue these 3 SpaceX projects >>

* Researchers Propose Mission to Intercept the Next Interstellar Asteroid >>
* Astronaut Says It ‘Smells Great’ Inside the International Space Station (Video) >>
* Meet OmegA: Orbital ATK Unveils Name, Upper Stage Pick for Next-Gen Rocket >>

* A future ultraminiature computer the size of a pinhead? >>
* These diamonds are tiny, flawed, and may come from a long-lost planet >>
* Build up your security credentials at SANS London June 2018 >>

* Scientists and Entrepreneurs Lobby for NASA Lunar Program >>
* A Deeper Look at TESS >>
* Chang’e 4 probe to carry out experiments in unexplored lunar territory >>

* Nike hacked a 3D printer to make its new shoe for elite marathon runners >>
* Google, AWS IPs blocked by Russia in Telegram crackdown >>
* Internet Engineering Task Force leaves home, gets own bank account >>

* What’s on TV: ‘Westworld,’ ‘God of War’ and ‘Mercury 13’ >>
* Amazon is developing a TV show based on William Gibson’s ‘The Peripheral’ >>
* Incredibles 2 Asks: What’s the Right Way to Solve a Math Problem? >>

* How AI Can Improve How We Work >>
* SpaceX to build its massive BFR in Los Angeles >>
* Microsoft’s chip push continues with Azure Sphere: Securing gadgets with chips and Linux >>

* Electric scooters are getting closer to regulation in SF >>
* Rise of VR porn >>

* What Netflix knows about you >>
* AI DISRUPTION BUNDLE: The guide to understanding how artificial intelligence is impacting the world >>
* Face recognition technology that works in the dark >>

* CRISPR gene editing has been tested on 86 human patients >>
* The ‘nanobots’ and ’ninja polymers’ transforming medicine >>
* Google made an AR microscope that can help detect cancer >>

* There’s a difference between high availability and multi-master. >>
* Was There a Civilization On Earth Before Humans? >>
* This bridge was 3D printed in midair >>

* The Next Revolution of Sports Cheating: Rewriting Athletes’ Genetic Codes >>
* Tragic Inevitability: The Fusion of Drones & AI in Wars >>

* Facebook is probably tracking you whether you use it or not — and it doesn’t really give you a choice >>
* China can’t control the market in rare earth elements because they aren’t all that rare >>
* Facebook, Microsoft, and other tech companies pledge to never help governments launch cyberattacks >>

* Russia’s Telegram ban is a big, convoluted mess >>
* Mini Living apartment concept >>
* Docker enterprise kit 2.0 gets cozy with Kubernetes >>

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