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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 4 May 2018

* Scientists create an embryo from stem cells without egg or sperm >>
* Nasa successfully tests its ‘Kilopower’ nuclear reactor that will be sent to space to provide power for the first humans on Mars >>
* Researchers Developing AI Program That Makes Games More Difficult >>

* How can we be sure AI will behave? Perhaps by watching it argue with itself. >>
* Grab and Go: Startup AiFi Using Deep Learning to Make Every Store Smarter >>
* Holographic brain device would edit our senses and memories >>

* Facebook: AI will protect you >>
* Staying “Ahead of the Curve” in a Digital Age >>
* Google Assistant now works with 5,000 smart home devices >>

* Mistletoe’s cells are broken at a fundamental level >>
* Flying beetle cyborgs guided with tiny battery-powered backpacks >>
* Turning your house into a smart home with the Google Assistant >>

* Verisart brings blockchain certification to the global art auction market >>
* Power Ledger deploys first blockchain-based P2P energy trading system in Chicago >>
* Watch these robotic soccer players play a nail-biter of a match >>

* Facebook is winning the augmented reality war >>
* Twitter is moving a portion of its infrastructure to Google Cloud >>
* Scaleway launches updated cloud servers for $2.40 per month >>

* Tesla making Model 3 battery packs in 17 minutes down from 7 hours >>
* This Rehab Robot Will Challenge You to Tic-Tac-Toe >>
* Stephen Hawking’s Final Paper Cuts the Multiverse Down to Size >>
* Atmospheric harvesters will enable arid nations to drink from thin air >>

* Samsung’s new camera sensor plays nice with phones besides the Galaxy S >>
* Facebook’s open-source Go bot can now beat professional players >>
* Nasa Is Investigating A Self-assembling Space Telescope >>
* Weekly Space Hangout: May 2, 2018: Life On Mars: What To Know Before We Go >>

* Tesla loses $2 BILLION after Elon Musk calls an analyst a ‘boring bonehead’ and ‘questions are so dry they are killing’ >>
* Elon Musk went rogue. Here’s what he did and didn’t say. >>
* Elon Musk offers more detail about Tesla’s ridesharing network >>

* Jeff Bezos doesn’t care if you think Amazon is too powerful >>
* Jeff Bezos makes the median Amazon employee salary every 9 seconds >>
* Jeff Bezos, the world’s richest man, says he will use his $131 billion fortune to fund space travel >>
* Amazon is building a massive new warehouse in Sydney >>

* 61 percent of Americans think Trump regularly has trouble telling the truth >>
* Chip Wars: Tech rivalry underlies US-China trade conflict >>
* The FBI Is in Crisis. It’s Worse Than You Think >>

* High-resolution virtual-reality and augmented-reality headsets announced >>
* Drones can take scientists to strange new places—like inside whale snot >>
* Verisart brings blockchain certification to the global art auction market >>

* Oculus Go Review: Standalone VR For The Masses >>
* Facebook Teases Photorealistic Avatars For Social VR >>
* Oculus Introduces $299 Go for Business Bundle >>

* It looks like Facebook is preparing for another tilt at satellite internet – this time without Elon Musk >>
* Facebook Used Billions Of Instagram Photos To Set A New Record In Image Recognition Accuracy >>
* Facebook AI gurus tout new Pytorch 1.0 framework for all >>

* China could beat America in AR/VR long-term >>
* Three big questions we still have about Facebook’s new dating service >>

* The physics of AI >>
* Neural interfaces: Connecting humans and artificial intelligence >>
* Serving billions of personalized news feeds with AI >>

* Using machine learning in workload automation >>
* Autonomy and human-AI interaction >>
* Scientists develop robots that can adapt like animals and recover from damage in less than TWO MINUTES >>

* ‘CaRROT’ system uses light to turn genes on or off >>
* Planetary Resources may use blockchain for space mining rights >>
* Quantum internet is one step closer thanks to new theory >>

* Future offices will make your home look worthless >>
* Researchers are developing a brain editing device to give us read/write privileges to our minds >>
* NASA sending robotic geologist to Mars to dig super deep >>

* Improving Autoplay in Chrome >>
* Universal Basic Happiness, Part 1 >>
* AI better than most human experts at detecting cause of preemie blindness >>

* What do your eye movements say about you? Incredible AI can predict your personality just by studying the motion and size of your pupils >>
* Serverless Computing London call for papers shuts tonight >>
* Using Docker and Windows Server Containers? There’s a patch for that >>

* Master Amazon Web Services: best practices webinar >>
* 45-day drone flights? You are like a little baby. How about a full YEAR? >>
* Why NASA is launching a spacecraft to Mars to feel the planet as it rumbles >>

* Gooey, Magma Ocean May Have Once Roiled Inside the Moon >>
* A Nuclear Reactor for Space Missions Passes Final Major Ground Tests >>
* Helium Discovered in Exoplanet ‘Tail’ >>

* Witness the finishing touches to Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, the world’s longest sea bridge >>
* China becoming a global leader in innovation >>
* China’s Tencent, Alibaba locked in battle to back next AI superstar >>
* Xi calls for building world-class universities with Chinese characteristics >>

* Tourists enjoy themselves in Baiyangdian Lake >>
* We Now Have Artificial Embryos So Lifelike, They Initiate Pregnancy In Mice >>
* FCC May Penalize Companies That Launch Tiny Rogue Satellites, After All >>

* Pointless World of LinkedIn >>
* This nuclear power plant has been called a ‘floating Chernobyl,’ but is that just hype? >>
* Devices supporting Google Assistant have more than tripled in last four months >>

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