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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 3 May 2018

* AI can predict your personality just by how your eyes move >>
* China is attempting the largest artificial rain experiment in history, over an area 3 times the size of Spain >>
* Futurist predicts everyday things that will soon disappear >>

* If quantum computers threaten blockchains, quantum blockchains could be the defense >>
* Google is secretly building a social-gaming startup called Arcade >>
* Synthetic meat that is more like real free range meat using 4 types of cells >>

* Moviepass Revives Its Unlimited Plan >>
* The Rotation Of The Large Magellanic Cloud >>
* How to Write Personalities for the AI Around Us >>

* Cobra Kai (Karate Kid series saga continues) >>
* Watch Facebook’s F8 opening keynote in under 15 minutes >>
* Watch Facebook’s F8 2018 Day 2 keynote right here >>
* Everything Facebook launched at F8 and Why >>

* Facebook’s making realistic VR avatars that look just like you >>
* Facebook announces PyTorch 1.0, a more unified AI framework >>
* Facebook is open-sourcing its most powerful AI tools yet >>
* Facebook’s AI-created virtual memories are magically haunting >>
* Facebook will soon bring 3D photos to the news feed >>
* Facebook May Have Secret Plans to Build a Satellite-Based Internet >>
* Zuckerberg Wants to Make Facebook About Dating >>
* Facebook and Oculus try to mainstream Virtual Reality with sub-$200 VR headset >>

* Google open sources gVisor, a sandboxed container runtime >>
* Containers >>
* Now that Kubernetes has won, DigitalOcean takes a late dip in K8s >>
* Software dev and deployment luminaries head to Westminster >>
* Virtual desktops won’t save cash in clouds or on-prem. So why care? >>
* Google Stackdriver Kubernetes Monitoring helps developers find problems in Kubernetes apps >>
* How the API Economy is Poised to Revolutionize the Blockchain >>

* AWS sends noise to Signal: You can’t use our servers to beat censors >>
* Signal could get kicked out of Amazon Web Services >>

* Highlights from the Artificial Intelligence Conference in New York 2018 >>
* Rapid AI experimentation and innovation on Amazon Web Services >>
* The frontiers of machine learning and AI >>
* Increasing business results through AI in the entertainment industry >>
* Intel AI for the enterprise ecosystem >>
* Using machine learning, the IoT, drones, and networking to reduce world hunger >>
* Bringing AI into the wild >>

* 200+ new live online trainings just launched on O’Reilly’s learning platform >>
* Only 24 hours left on Disrupt SF super early-bird ticket prices >>
* Bricklaying robot that increases human productivity by five-fold >>

* New theory proposes facial expressions are not emotional displays, but “tools for social influence” >>
* New eco-friendly microbeads could save oceans, rather than destroy them >>
* MoviePass brings back ‘unlimited’ movie subscription plan >>

* A Critical Security Flaw in Popular Industrial Software Put Power Plants At Risk >>
* Google Chrome is Freezing Intermittently With the Windows 10 April 2018 Update, Users Say >>
* LG adds more AI camera features and a notch for the G7 ThinQ >>

* Hulu will offer ad-supported offline content soon >>
* Scientists create ultra-thin membrane that turns eyes into lasers >>
* ‘SmartLens’ app created by a high schooler is a step towards all-purpose visual search >>

* HBO renews ‘Westworld’ for a third season >>
* Could Algorithms Be Better at Picking the Next Big Blockbuster Than Studio Execs? >>
* Misty Robotics Builds on Developer Platform With New Personal Robot >>

* Invisibility Can Be a Superpower, T-shirts Matter, and More Insights From Women in Tech >>
* 5G Poised for Commercial Rollout by 2020 >>
* How birds got their beaks: 100-million-year-old fossil of an Ichthyornis shows.. >>

* Plants ‘TALK’ to each other: Roots inspire neighbours to grow >>
* Stephen Hawking’s final theory claims the universe is finite and far simpler than previously thought >>
* Bill Gates in Search of Nuclear Nirvana >>

* A male pill will be a breakthrough for science but not for women >>
* What is ethereum and how does it differ from Bitcoin? >>
* Xi Jinping Tightens His Grip, and China’s Tech Giants Feel the Squeeze >>

* The mystical underpinnings of Facebook’s anti-fake news algorithms >>
* Interstellar travel: quantum ratchet drive >>
* Those new service sector jobs >>

* NIST Issues Call for “Lightweight Cryptography” Algorithms >>
* The universe is an egg and the moon isn’t real: notes from a Flat Earth conference >>
* Thousands of prominent AI researchers tell Nature they won’t have anything to do with its new paywalled journal >>

* Disney’s haptic VR jacket lets you feel snowball impacts and snakes slithering >>
* Man creates Reobot so people can practise speaking Maori >>
* Facebook is using billions of Instagram images to train artificial intelligence algorithms >>

* USA will deploy hypersonic weapons a few years after Russia and China >>
* World’s Richest man Jeff Bezos worth more than Bill Gates and a Walmart heir >>
* How NASA’s canceled lunar rover could still live on as a commercial mission >>

* Southwest flight diverts and makes emergency landing due to cracked window >>
* Jeff Bezos is so rich that spending $1 to the average person is like $88,000 to him >>
* Hard work is path to happiness, Xi says >>
* China’s Ehang broke the world drone display record – but the aerial bots were out of sync >>

* To Understand Why Animals Behave The Way They Do, Scientists Need AI >>
* a16z Video: Shifting Risk Mindsets, from Tech to Bio >>
* a16z Podcast: Breaking Into Bio >>

* Governments Keep Trying To Shut Down Messaging Apps, But It Never Works The Way They Hope >>
* Brain-scanning in Chinese factories probably doesn’t work — if it’s happening at all >>

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