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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 May 2018

* Mary Meeker’s 2018 internet trends report: All the slides, plus analysis >>
* Skydio’s self-flying drone can now track down cars >>
* Scientists create the first 3D-printed human corneas >>

* How to optimize filter designs for 5G mobile front-ends >>
* Fujitsu’s CMOS Digital Annealer Produces Quantum Computer Speeds >>
* Smart Tech To Take Over The Cannabis Secto >>

* False Positives: Self-Driving Cars and the Agony of Knowing What Matters >>
* Driverless cars ‘will cost lives at first’ says former highways chief >>
* Elon Musk Called Nanotechnology BS >>

* Engineers design color-changing compression bandage >>
* Surgical technique improves sensation, control of prosthetic limb >>
* Tiny Robots in Disguise Combat Bacteria in the Blood >>

* Brains grow brand new neurons after experimental drug injection >>
* Scientists could soon flip a switch in the brain which stops you enjoying sugary foods >>
* Oculus Venues tries to cram the stadium experience into a VR headset >>

* Advanced brain organoid could model strokes, screen drugs >>
* Cyber Security in the Connected World >>
* Spaceflight from exoplanets is more difficult than you might think >>

* Threat of “weaponized A.I.” is tearing Google apart >>
* Pentagon Will Expand AI Project Prompting Protests at Google >>
* How the Tech Giants Created What Darpa Couldn’t >>

* This Power Plant Runs on CO2 >>
* Scientists just discovered 125 million-year-old dinosaur dandruff >>
* The first cross-platform collaborative AR app (for doodling) >>

* Dawn of a True Space Age is Near >>
* Violent Supermassive Black-Hole Eruptions Occur About Every 10,000 Years in Most Galaxies >>
* China’s Space Station Will Be Open to Science from All UN Nations >>

* Teaching chores to an artificial agent >>
* New Tech Could Turn Algae Into the Climate’s Slimy Savior >>
* Google’s AR drawing app lets Android and iOS users collab on doodles >>

* Populating a Mars Base Will Be Dangerously Unsexy >>
* Jeff Bezos Saves ‘The Expanse,’ Lays Out Vision for Human Space Colonies >>
* Astronomers Observe A Pulsar 6500 Light-years From Earth And See Two Separate Flares Coming Off Its Surface >>

* I’m working on a universal language to let us speak to aliens >>
* Computers Go Head-to-Head with Humans on Face Recognition >>
* How to Get a Robot to (One Day) Do Your Chores >>

* AI inspired by the film Spotlight could track down child abusers >>
* How Close Are We—Really—to Building a Quantum Computer? >>
* The roll out of 5G wireless service is ‘a massive health experiment >>

* What’s the Absolutely Amazing Theory of Almost Everything? >>
* Goliath Neutron Star Detected –“Most Hostile Environment in the Universe” >>
* Using R with Amazon SageMaker >>

* The Case of the Backwards Orbiting Asteroid >>
* xkcd Phone 2000 >>
* These tech companies have the most stressed-out workers >>

* Contribute to Arm TechCon ‘18: Call for Papers Now Open >>
* In NBC’s ‘Reverie,’ VR can be a little too enticing >>
* Trump’s visa restrictions aimed at Chinese STEM students to start in June >>

* You’ll soon be able to get a 3D printed model of your brain >>
* Google’s AI Assistant Is a Reminder that Privacy and Security Are Not the Same >>

* Coord will get you there one way or another with its new APIs >>
* Here’s Mary Meeker’s essential 2018 Internet Trends report >>
* The Human Body Keeps Ticking — Even After Death >>

* Why A.I. can’t solve everything >>
* How far home printing has come in fewer than four decades will astound you >>
* Why Thousands of AI Researchers Are Boycotting the New Nature Journal >>

* Killer cyborgs with superhuman strength move a step closer after scientists combine muscles made from living tissue with a machine >>
* Pigeons can understand probabilities – just like primates can >>
* Why heart function is reduced at high altitude decoded >>

* Drone rules made law to reduce threat to aircraft >>
* The future of blockchain solutions and technologies >>
* Amazon is notorious for disrupting industries — now it’s eyeing entire countries >>

* Gold From Thin Air >>
* Software is Eating the World-Tesla Edition >>
* Microbes in Space: Bioengineered Bugs Could Help Colonize New Planets >>

* Solar-Powered Robot Pulls Weeds Autonomously >>
* Oculus launches Venues app with a robust lineup of summer events >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 May 2018

* Zubrin Moon Direct Plan >>
* Bezos will work with NASA, ESA to create moon base >>

* Faulty placenta may explain why some people get schizophrenia >>
* AI could predict violent protests through Twitter analysis >>
* Tesla pushes full international Model 3 launch to 2019 >>

* Skip dermatologist if you want proper skin cancer check: New electronic test 10% cent more accurate than specialists >>
* This is the first look at Nvidia’s wild new 750,000 sq ft building >>

* Cloud is a six-horse race, and three of those have been lapped >>
* Cloud security: The reason hackers have it so easy will infuriate you >>
* How much sun cream do you REALLY need? more than you thought…clever ‘coin formula’ reveals >>

* China is inviting international scientists to its future space station >>
* Augmented World Expo To Showcase Next Steps In AR/VR This Week >>
* Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo hits Mach 1.9 in second successful test flight >>

* Uber is rolling out a new safety feature to help you share details of your ride with 911 in case of an emergency >>
* The great barrier reef has died 5 times in the last 30000 years >>
* Automated Facial Recognition: Menace, Farce or Both? >>

* Fuel Cells Finally Find a Killer App: Carbon Capture >>
* Introducing Machine Learning Practica >>
* Jump Start your VR vision with access to a state-of-the-art camera >>

* Zipcar plans all-electric fleet of over 300 Volkswagens in London >>
* It’s a new day for architecture and robots have a major role to play >>
* Brexit blow for UK’s hopes of helping set AI rules in Europe >>

* AI and humans will be ‘extraordinarily attached’ as they become part of the family >>
* Elastic Fibers Could Revolutionize Robotics, Smart Clothes >>

* FPGAs for AI? GPUs and CPUs are the future, shrugs drone biz Insitu >>
* How to send self-destructing messages >>
* You’ve got a promotion, but you want to leave your job. Now what? >>

* ‘Solo’ is Star Wars’ toothless confrontation of robot rights >>
* This tiny drone with a tiny brain is smart enough to fly itself >>
* The Bus boys Of Tomorrow Will Have Wheels >>

* US announces timeline for 25% tariff on Chinese tech products >>
* Do Most Hospitals Benefit from Directly Employing Physicians? >>
* Airbus Steps Up Push for Flying Taxis, On-Demand Helicopters >>

* Ingestible capsule uses light-emitting bacteria to monitor gastrointestinal health >>
* Samsung opens second North American AI lab in Toronto >>
* Google brings its ARCore technology to China in partnership with Xiaomi >>

* Cleverness genes: Scientists find 148 DNA regions that have an impact on intelligence >>
* Tesla Model 3 sets a new ‘hypermiling’ record after driving continuously for 606 MILES on a single charge >>
* See-through fish embryos offer clues to birth defects >>

* Ready for take-off! Britain’s £100m new ‘game-changer’ F-35 Lightning stealth jets are set to touch down in UK next week >>
* Jeff Bezos talks about his plans to colonize the moon >>
* Bacteria teach us how to make green fuel from carbon dioxide >>

* Synopsis: Magnetic Cloak Without Superconductors >>
* Scientists discover key mechanism behind the formation of spider silk >>
* Microbes in Space: Bioengineered Bugs Could Help Colonize New Planets >>

* Pluto Is What You Get When A Billion Comets Smash Together >>
* “Humans are the First to Arrive at the Interstellar Stage” –Physicist Answers the Fermi Paradox >>
* Germany to compensate utilities for nuclear phaseout which violated property rights >>

* Elgato made a HomeKit-connected smart hose controller >>
* It’s too early to write off hydrogen vehicles >>
* Beat Saber Passes 100,000 Copies Sold In Less Than A Month >>

* The one essential skill that will set you apart from other developers >>
* What if Blockchain Voting System Revolutionizes the Way People Vote? >>
* Smart Roads Could Soon Call An Ambulance, Connect You to the Internet >>

* Robot boats propel one of China’s hottest start-ups as nation extends its reach across oceans >>
* China rejects U.S. accusations on technology transfer as baseless at WTO >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 May 2018

* This VR project shows us how animals see the world >>
* How AI could be using our voices against us >>
* This AI Knows Who You Are by the Way You Walk >>

* FDA approves AI tool for spotting wrist fractures >>
* Dr. Matt Kaeberlein – The Dog Aging Project >>
* The Ethereum-blockchain size has exceeded 1TB, and yes, it’s an issue >>

* The incredible mind-reading headset that automatically changes the plot of a film based on how bored you feel >>
* AI can now predict internet comment fights >>
* Oracle’s Aggressive Sales Tactics Are Backfiring With Customers >>

* How Visual Object Detection can Transform Manufacturing Industries >>
* Jeff Bezos says lunar settlement will save Earth by moving heavy industry into space >>
* Scientists develop AI systems that can identify people >>

* The Next Privacy Battle in Europe Is Over This New Law >>
* SpaceX’s ‘Load-and-Go’ Rocket Fueling Approach Viable, NASA Safety Panel Says >>
* Maybe DNA Can’t Answer All Our Questions About Heredity >>

* We can’t trick people into accepting genetically modified foods >>
* Hamburger-making robot Flippy is back serving 300 burgers a day at Calif. chain >>
* How Will Artificial Intelligence Affect the Risk of Nuclear War? >>

* Dolphin ‘happiness’ is measured for the first time >>
* Inside Japan’s Buddhist temple that performs hundreds of funerals for ROBOT DOGS >>
* Elon Musk unveils a map of more than 10,000 ‘Superchargers’ across the world >>

* Facial recognition may help save endangered primates >>
* Microsoft Developing a Tool To Help Engineers Catch Bias in Algorithms >>

* Gene-edited rice plants could boost the world’s food supply >>
* NASA’s building new tools to manage water, as climate dangers grow >>
* How AI Helped One Retailer Reach New Customers >>

* a16z Podcast: When Journalism Goes Global >>
* a16z Podcast: Autonomy in Service >>
* VW’s iconic microbus is making a comeback in 2022 >>

* Here Are Three Factors That Accelerate The Rise Of Artificial Intelligence >>
* More Than Death, Fear Decay >>
* Will Artificial Intelligence (AI) Replace Real Estate Agents? >>

* This sensor stops your quadcopter before it can cut you >>
* Gillmor Gang: Auto Immunity; Digital cars, food, Hollywood, and other disruptions. >>
* Researchers build a self-healing ‘robot skin’ >>

* How AI will change astronomy, healthcare, and social justice >>
* How to handle a koala-chlamydia epidemic >>
* Brains and Chains: The AI & Blockchain Conference >>

* London launches world’s first contactless payment scheme for street performers >>
* Star Wars is off the pedestal and must deliver quality stories >>
* Trump-Kim summit: President Moon could attend, says South Korea >>

* The market, drivers, threats, and opportunities for incumbents and newcomers in the telehealth market >>
* Robot submarine discovers the ‘holy grail’ — a shipwreck with billions in gold >>
* Creating The Future >>

* World’s Most Advanced Space Camera Could Boost Search for Alien Life >>
* Seven Dusty Sisters >>
* These Spinning Disks Of Gas And Dust Reveal How Planets Get Made >>

* China races to be world’s leader in big data industry >>
* Chinese astronauts complete desert survival training >>
* Why AI Will Bring an Explosion of New Jobs >>

* The gig economy is coming for your office job — here’s how it works for companies doing it already >>
* Everything coming to Netflix, Amazon Prime, and HBO Now in June >>

* These tiny homes are 3D printed, run by Tesla batteries, and cost $250,000 >>
* Alexa was caught recording private conversations and emailing them to random people >>
* SPACE Administration would streamline federal oversight of commercial launches >>

* Startup Battlefield Europe 2018 Winner: Wingly >>
* Researchers Use VR To Train AI Drones, Cutting Autonomous Vehicle Crashes >>
* Microsoft Patents A Tactile Feedback Device For Mixed Reality >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 May 2018

* Jeff Bezos details his moon colony ambitions >>
* Richard Branson says he’s months away from becoming an astronaut, as space race with Jeff Bezos suddenly heats up >>

* Orbital ATK Unveils Its New OmegA Rocket Ship >>
* Chinese relay satellite brakes near moon for entry into desired orbit >>
* Former Google Lunar X Prize Teams Focused on Commercial and Government Opportunities >>

* New element with magnetic properties discovered >>
* Check out the ‘brain-controlled film’ which changes depending on how you are feeling >>
* Nuclear Detectives Hunt Invisible Particles That Escaped the World’s Largest Atom Smasher >>

* Researchers Use VR To Train AI Drones, Cutting Autonomous Vehicle Crashes >>
* Display Week 2018: New Samsung, JDI and LG Panels For VR Compared >>
* NASA’s Space AI Hunts Exoplanets, Not Humans — Yet >>

* Living in a Docker world >>
* a16z Podcast: When Journalism Goes Global >>
* How To Democratize Healthcare: AI Gives Everyone The Very Best Doctor >>

* ‘Solo’ Sputters at Box Office, Raising Worries of ‘Star Wars’ Fatigue >>
* Star Wars fans rebel against inferior movies and stories >>
* Versions of Han Solo’s blaster already exist >>

* Everything coming to Netflix, Amazon Prime, and HBO Now in June >>
* New trailers: Mowgli, Christopher Robin, and more >>
* Holograms, Campfire Horror Stories, And Ok Go: The Best Vr And Ar From The Tribeca Film Festival >>

* China Africa fact of the day America step up to the plate >>
* GitHub gives us a glimpse into the collaborative future of work >>
* Predictive algorithms are infiltrating schools — here’s why that’s a good thing >>

* Now there’s a ‘Roomba’ for your garden that whacks weeds >>
* Hyperloop Transportation Technologies Takes One Step Closer to First US Track >>
* Scientists Measure The Pressure Distribution Inside The Proton >>

* Diamond ‘guitar’ strings could lead to quantum computer memory >>
* Location-based virtual reality is increasing its footprint in the U.S. >>
* A Tiny Reason for Big Dinosaurs to Gather Together >>

* Lab-grown meat might not be the answer to our protein problem >>
* Desperate for jobs, Venezuelan immigrants turn to ride-hailing services across Latin America >>
* The well-funded startups driven to own the autonomous vehicle stack >>

* Google’s Toronto City Built ‘From the Internet Up >>
* Tesla rolls out Model 3 braking update to tackle reviewer complaints >>
* Apollo 12 astronaut Alan Bean dies >>

* Get a crash course on all things API, the building blocks of web development >>
* AI’s newest target for worker displacement: journalists? >>
* 5.3M Cars Recalled Because ‘Drivers May Not Be Able to Turn Off Cruise Control’ >>

* After Math: ‘Musked’ opportunities >>
* Atari Co-Founder Ted Dabney Dies at Age 81 >>
* Are We Really Prepared for the Genetic Revolution? >>

* Police trial AI software to help process mobile phone evidence >>
* Nuclear power industry aims to address staff shortage >>
* Intelligent Aliens Might Speak Our Language. And You Can Help Decode Their Messages. >>

* These drones can haul a 20-pound load for 500 miles and land on a moving target >>
* Electrons travel faster than light in glass >>
* Here’s Why AI Can’t Solve Everything >>

* Former Google Lunar X Prize teams focused on new commercial and government opportunities >>
* Nova Scotia Surgeons Use 3D Printed Brain Model in Surgical Planning For the First Time >>
* 22 online AI education classes that you can take right now >>

* Millennials were screwed by the financial crisis. They might still come out on top. >>
* Spectacular Watching Farmers Weed Corn Fields With Flames >>
* The World’s Most Powerful Pocket-Sized PC >>

* Why Media Molecule’s Dreams Could Be PSVR’s Most Important Game >>
* 12 Cutting-edge workplace innovations inside fast-growing tech companies >>
* What it was like to play Fortnite for the first time >>

* KubeCon + CloudNative Con 2018 >>
* The Military Wants Bulletproof Batteries For Armor >>
* Personalized, Brainwave-Guided Movies Are Cool, As Long As You’re The One Steering >>

* Microsoft Announces Tool To Catch Biased AI Because We Keep Making Biased AI >>
* Software Engineers Could Soon Outsource Part of Their Jobs To Alexa >>
* PLA Navy completes night carrier take off and landing >>

* Over 170 million private cars in China >>
* Accuracy of Beidou system is improving >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 May 2018

* Gut Sensor Could Monitor Health—and Beam Results to a Smartphone >>
* Richard Branson plans to visit space in ‘months’ >>
* Amazon reportedly plans to use 3D body scanners to enhance shoppers’ experience >>

* Google LG VR screen (4,800 x 3,480 pixels per eye) {humans eye capable of seeing 9,600 x 9,000 pixels per eye} {1.x doublings away?} >>
* An 18 megapixel 4.3″ 1443 ppi 120 Hz OLED >>

* Ultrasound Firewall Protects Your Phone From Audio Hacks >>
* These Drops Can Replace Contacts And Glasses >>
* World’s first electrified road charges cars >>

* Disturbing half human-half CHICKEN embryos are created in the lab >>
* Netflix eclipses Disney’s worth with whopping $153billion stock market value >>

* Seagate’s hard drive/battery fanny pack is made for VR >>
* Woman to become world’s oldest mother at 70 >>
* The brain on physics: Study finds learning the subject activates regions not typically associated with the sciences >>

* Watch the weird new solutions to the baffling three-body problem >>
* £1 million DNA bank is created could be used to bring extinct animals back to life >>
* Astronaut Alan Bean, Apollo Moonwalker-Turned-Artist, Dies at 86 >>

* A.I. in the workplace is the new diversity >>
* The AI in your non-autonomous car >>
* Kubernetes recipes: Maintenance and troubleshooting >>

* Data from wrecked Tesla vehicle confirms car ACCELERATED moments before plowing into firetruck >>
* Uber self-driving car ‘saw woman but didn’t brake before crash’ >>
* Inside the technology that helps self-driving cars “see” >>

* Curiosity rover drills hole on the surface of Mars for the first time in two years >>
* Dentists can smell your fear – and it may put your teeth at risk >>
* Maldives resort that lets guests take a private SUBMARINE >>

* Ancient Antarctic ice core could give unprecedented glimpse of Earth’s history >>
* Asteroid that killed the dinosaurs caused massive global warming >>
* Overhyping AI doctors, language translation goes open source, and new jobs on the cards >>

* IBM’s Watson Health wing left looking poorly after ‘massive’ layoffs >>
* A behind-the-scenes view of TED2018, to inspire you to apply for The Audacious Project >>
* iPhones will reportedly get the power to unlock doors using NFC >>

* VR Headsets That Will Transport You, Wherever the Destination >>
* Driverless shuttles are here, outpacing personal self-driving vehicles >>
* Jeff Bezos announces Amazon is picking up ‘The Expanse’ >>

* All Major ISPs Have Declined In Customer Satisfaction, Says Study >>
* Contrastive Explanations Help AI Explain Itself by Identifying What is Missing >>
* Senators investigate safety procedures for autonomous cars >>

* Eric Schmidt says Elon Musk is ‘exactly wrong’ about AI >>
* US bill would force tech companies to disclose foreign source code scrutiny >>
* Uber’s Self-Driving Car Didn’t Malfunction, It Was Just Bad >>

* Google will always do evil, But its employees won’t. >>
* Software going beyond the numbers for accountants >>
* Facial recognition software can spot liars and could help bust airport terrorists >>
* Hillary Clinton States There Is A ‘Crisis In Our Democracy’ During Harvard Ceremony >>

* ‘Cobra Kai’ creators explain how they turned their obsession into YouTube Red’s first hit show >>
* Amazon’s Alexa keeps recordings of your voice — here’s how to listen to them >>
* Lung-on-a-chip simulates pulmonary fibrosis >>

* World’s first crabbing of a proton beam >>
* Asteroid Mining (Phase 1) to Begin in 2020 >>
* Blue Origin’s Jeff Bezos advocates a return to the moon and calls for collaborative effort in space >>

* Sir Richard Branson is training as an astronaut and hopes to travel into space >>
* Pinker’s latest TED talk: Is the world getting better? >>
* ISSUE 118: Bashing Competition >>

* Orlando confirms it’s testing Amazon’s facial recognition in public >>
* Facebook Accused of Conducting Mass Surveillance Through Its Apps >>

* Vive Focus VR update lets you take calls from the real world >>

* Swiss watchmaker’s Harley-Davidson motorcycle is unbelievable — and worth $1.8 million >>
* Navigating the risks of artificial intelligence and machine learning in low-income countries >>
* Driving an EV means changing the way you think about “refueling” >>

* Quadrotor Safety System Stops Propellers Before You Lose a Finger >>
* The future of AI lies in replicating our own neural networks >>

* Ingestible Sensors Electronically Monitor Your Guts >>
* Ultra-low-power sensors carrying genetically engineered bacteria can detect gastric bleeding. >>
* Synthetic Bacteria Drive New Ingestible Gut Sensor >>

* Tiny particles could help fight brain cancer >>
* Why Your Next Workplace Harassment Training Might Be in VR >>
* Give the Robots Electronic Tongues >>

* The art of entertainment >>
* Two Spacecraft Will Get Closer To The Sun Than Ever Before >>
* San Francisco temporarily removes electric scooters for permit process >>

* Engineered Band Gap Pushes Graphene Closer to Displacing Silicon >>
* Scientists are building a detector for conversations likely to go bad >>
* The hydrogen train of the future is a lot like the train of today >>

* Congress wants answers from Amazon on facial-recognition technology >>
* Chang’e-4: Visiting the Far Side of the Moon >>
* Here’s What NASA’s ‘Toasty’ Camera Saw as It Melted After a SpaceX Launch >>

* 4 Critical Tests for a New Spacecraft That Will Clean Up Space Debris >>
* NASA’s InSight Mars Lander Fires Up Its Engines in Space for 1st Time >>
* SpaceX’s Elon Musk Proposes Media Company That Rates Journalists. Is He Serious? >>

* Uh Oh, The Emdrive Could Be Getting Its “thrust” From Cables And Earth’s Magnetic Field >>
* Ghostly ‘Lightning’ Waves Discovered Inside a Nuclear Reactor >>
* Dino-Killing Asteroid Impact Warmed Earth’s Climate for 100,000 Year >>

* Could We Build the Millennium Falcon from ‘Star Wars’? >>
* AI in Blockchain – Air Forum C2 Montreal >>
* Chinese Universities are patenting everyones research from AI journals >>

* Survey humanitarian AI applications – AI Forum C2 Montreal #C2M18 >>
* Augmented World Expo >>
* High-quality carbon nanotubes made from carbon dioxide in the air break the manufacturing cost barrier >>

* Interview of Skylar Tibbits MIT Self-Assembly Lab >>
* Time to embrace the power of AI >>
* How modern-day dinosaurs survived the apocalypse >>

* This robot could help pollinate crops if we kill all the bees >>
* How NASA is using personality research to pick astronauts for a Mars journey >>
* Microsoft marks Mixer’s first year with improved eSports streams >>

* Robot Worries Could Cause a 50,000-Worker Strike in Las Vegas >>
* HyperX Cloud Flight review: A solid wireless headset joins the venerable Cloud line >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 May 2018

* Regulators want drones to have visible ‘license plates’ >>
* AI Chatbots Try to Schedule Meetings—Without Enraging Us >>
* The self-flying M*A*S*H air ambulance takes off >>

* Uber self-driving car crash: Vehicle detected Arizona pedestrian 6 seconds before accident >>
* As CO2 Levels Rise, Rice Becomes Less Nutritious >>
* Tinder ‘Places’ hooks you up with people who visit the same bars and cafes as you >>

* All the TV shows that have been canceled in 2018 >>
* Samsung wants AI features in all its devices by 2020 >>
* Ubisoft’s AI-powered gaming assistant is now available >>

* Sony’s 4K Projector Offers More Than Meets the Eye >>
* Researchers develop self-driving boats that can double as bridges >>
* Routers Are Being Hijacked By A Dangerous Stealth Malware >>

* Disney built a 7-foot robotic trapeze artist >>
* Automation Will Make Lifelong Learning a Necessary Part of Work >>
* The evolution of data science, data engineering, and AI >>

* SpaceX’s new Falcon 9 rocket still needs a key update before it can fly astronauts >>
* Amazon’s real-time package tracker is rolling out across the U.S. >>
* Brain implant for OCD surprisingly helps alleviate diabetes too >>

* Uber in fatal crash detected pedestrian but had emergency braking disabled >>
* Samsung’s three new AI research centers are just the beginning >>

* Microsoft patches problematic OS to deal with SSD woes >>
* AI and robotics legend Joanna Bryson to kick off MCubed >>
* Coding for Catastrophe: Contest Seeks Apps to Mitigate Effects of Natural Disasters >>

* Currently In a Danger Zone? –“Solar System Has Completed 20–25 Orbits of the Milky Way” >>
* Ethical and Economical Questions Surrounding AI – C2 Montreal AI Forum >>
* AI Challenges and Learnings from Experience- C2 Montreal >>

* Watch every startup from Startup Battlefield Europe >>
* Facebook is updating how you can authenticate your account logins >>
* Chimp evolution was shaped by sex with their bonobo relatives >>

* What Is Spacetime? >>
* Woman charged $7,000 for Amazon toilet paper delivery gets refund — more than two months later >>
* MoviePass said a $300 million lifeline could sustain it for over a year >>

* Scientists crack code to cheap, small carbon nanotubes >>
* Elon Musk has a history of wild ideas — some of them have worked out >>

* Trump calls off Singapore summit with North Korea >>
* For Chinese wine connoisseurs wondering what’s in their bottle, it’s blockchain to the rescue >>

* Study Shows How The Human Body Can Detect Events 1-10 Seconds Before They Occur >>
* Cutting out bacon and booze could reduce your risk of cancer by up to 40%, study >>
* Pornhub has its own VPN now >>

* Oumuamua Was Just The Beginning. Astronomers Find An Interstellar Asteroid Orbiting Retrograde Near Jupiter >>
* The Ant Nebula Actually Has Intense Laser Emissions Coming From Its Core >>
* Missile-Tracking Satellites Are Part of the Plan to Foil Russia’s Hypersonic Weapons >>

* This NASA Camera Melted During a SpaceX Rocket Launch, But the Photos Survived! >>
* In AI we trust – implementing empathy in digital assistants – C2 Montreal >>
* General Fusion Demo Nuclear fusion plant around 2023 and after that commercial fusion – C2 Montreal >>

* Microsoft and boffins cook up hardware-secured database >>
* OpenStack had a summit, so everyone’s talking about it >>
* EmDrive? More like BS drive: Physics-defying space engine flunks out >>

* Intel’s latest promise: Our first AI ASIC chips will arrive in 2019 >>
* The national security implications of Chinese venture capitalists are overblown >>
* Klevio launches its smart intercom and app that lets you open doors remotely >>

* Facebook AI turns whistling into musical masterpieces >>
* China’s Didi Chuxing continues its international push with trial service in Australia >>
* A Simple Beam of Light Could Catch Zika-Infected Mosquitoes >>

* Why Live on Earth When You Can Live in a Hole on Mars? No, Really. >>
* You’re Doing Scrum Wrong, and Here’s How to Fix It >>
* How to find the TV channels you want online >>

* Facebook Explains Why It Engineered The Half Dome Varifocal VR Headset >>
* Hilarious royal wedding ‘bad lip reading’ video goes viral >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 May 2018

* IBM built a handheld counterfeit goods detector >>
* MIT teaches self-driving cars to change lanes like real drivers >>
* Watch out Google Duplex: Microsoft just demoed its own AI having a full-on phone call >>

* PS5 Won’t Arrive Until At Least 2021, Sony Says >>
* How Smart Home Tech Can Help You Sell Your House >>

* Apple’s next-gen 7nm A12 chip could be best feature in 2018 iPhones >>
* First three missions of SLS rocket will have to settle for a less-powerful ride >>
* IBM’s Verifier inspects (and verifies) diamonds, pills and materials at micron level >>

* Talk to me Is animal-translation technology truly on the horizon? >>
* Machine learning is helping computers spot arguments online before they happen >>

* Fleet of autonomous boats could service some cities, reducing road traffic >>
* Clouds of plasma let us zoom in on weird flashes from space >>
* We may have got the evolution of our big brains entirely wrong >>

* NYC Transit Boss Unveils Sweeping 10-Year Subway Modernization Plan >>
* UK Military Fears Robots Learning War From Video Games >>
* Microsoft’s AI bot writes poetry, hosts a TV show and can converse like a human in Mandarin >>

* How AI Is Making Prediction Cheaper >>
* MIT’s Super-Efficient Dispatching Algorithm Minimizes a City’s Taxi Fleet >>
* The Birth of Digital Poetry >>

* There’s finally a drug that prevents migraines instead of just treating them >>
* Facebook’s AI can translate music from one style into another >>
* Machine learning for dummies: You needn’t go back to uni to use it >>

* Machine learning can now help craft the perfect breakup playlist >>
* Weed-wacking robots are a threat to plants and the pesticide industry >>
* Google just beat Amazon in the smart speaker wars for the first time >>

* How many taxis does a city need? >>
* Why AI Will Bring an Explosion of New Jobs >>
* China tests new 160km/h maglev train prototype >>

* The Future of AI Depends on High-School Girls >>
* ‘Impossible’ EM drive may actually be impossible after all >>
* YouTeam is a marketplace for offshore developer talent >>

* Cosmic collisions with their neighbors may have weighed these white dwarfs down >>
* Ariane rockets are a deadend so Europe should develop spaceplanes >>
* Accounting disruption by blockchain >>

* Emdrive could be mainly magnetic effects but there is still more testing to be done >>
* CRISPR gene therapy produce rice with 25-31% higher yield >>
* Rooftop Solar Takes Hold in Iraq in the Aftermath of ISIS >>

* Every 3-5 years SpaceX is adding a decade lead on competitors >>
* Bioprinting is the next medical revolution – C2 Montreal >>
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* Amazon needs to come clean about racial bias in its algorithms >>

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