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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 May 2018

* Nvidia’s researchers teach a robot to perform simple tasks by observing a human >>
* Graphene ‘stimulation’ could selectively kill off cancer cells >>
* Job of the future: Embalming your online persona >>

* This All-Terrain Robot “Teaches” Itself to Walk in a Revolutionary Way >>
* Closing The Skills Gap That’s Holding AI Back >>
* Using AI To Solve A Business Problem >>

* Cantina Talk: Life After Solo May or May Not Include a Lando Movie >>
* How Theresa May’s plan for an AI-powered NHS could go very wrong >>
* UK Launches Space Strategy to Fend Off ‘Intensifying Threats’ >>

* Inside the animal internet >>
* Blood from umbilical cord may help fix your brain after a stroke >>

* Robots Can Grow Humanoid Mini-Organs From Stem Cells Faster And Better Than People >>
* Full transcript: ‘Microtrends’ “The cost of data is going to zero, and the value of analysis [is going] to infinity.” >>

* Oracle’s Strong Arm Cloud Tactics – The 2018 Model >>
* Microsoft acquires conversational AI startup Semantic Machines to help bots sound more lifelike >>
* What’s Next In Autonomous Cloud Services: Analytics, Integration, And Development >>
* Top Cloud Vendors Will Crush $100 Billion In 2018 Revenue; Microsoft, Amazon, IBM Hit $75 Billion? >>
* OpenStack spins out its Zuul open source CI/CD platform >>

* Inside the training camp where Google shares its A.I. secrets with companies Alphabet invested in >>

* Special Report Blueprints For A Miracle >>
* NASA will create coldest place in the universe to study quantum physics >>
* Is artificial intelligence even possible without emotions? >>

* The hunt for the Loch Ness monster isn’t over; scientists turn to DNA >>
* Microsoft turns SharePoint into the simplest VR creation tool yet >>
* Boeing 777X’s folding wingtips just got FAA approval >>

* Hubble Catches New Stars, Individually, Forming In Galaxies Beyond The Milky Way >>
* Fortnite just got $100 million in prize pool money to venture into eSports >>

* Lyft may be getting into the electric scooter game >>
* Antares Rocket Launches NASA Cargo to Space Station in Dazzling Predawn Liftoff >>

* China Launches Relay Satellite for Mission to Moon’s Far Side >>
* China marks a key private rocket launch >>
* Chinese giant salamanders may already be virtually extinct >>

* Weird backwards asteroid may be an interstellar interloper >>
* Astronomers Spot Potential “Interstellar” Asteroid Orbiting Backward around the Sun >>

* Lifesaving AI works out how MALNOURISHED a child is from a single photo >>
* ‘Westworld’ Season 2, Episode 5 Recap: ‘Akane No Mai’ >>
* Google mocked on social media for deprioritizing the ‘Don’t be evil’ >>

* Volcanic eruption on Hawaii is now making an acidic fog >>
* Japan to FLOOD Pacific with one million tons of radioactive water contaminated from Fukushima >>
* Many women are using dating apps to confirm their attractiveness rather than find a partner, reveals study >>

* How GDPR Will Transform Digital Marketing >>
* Not everything happens for a reason >>
* How Do Autopsies Work? >>

* How Hyperloops and Other Futuristic Innovations Could Affect Urban Mobility >>
* Research: Watching an Expert Do Something Makes You Think You Can Do It Too >>
* Carnegie Mellon Establishes The First Undergrad Degree In AI >>

* The solar system has at least 8 giant, secret oceans where alien life may exist — here’s where and how big they are >>
* E3 2018 VR Guide: Every Press Conference And If VR Will Be There >>
* Barack and Michelle Obama sign production deal with Netflix >>

* China launches relay satellite to explore Moon’s far side >>
* Asia’s largest dredging vessel to start trial voyage >>
* China simplifies process for foreign enterprises >>

* China’s largest tech companies have spent billions on investments, but are they smart shoppers? >>
* China’s top Netflix-style app iQiyi plans on-demand cinemas in online-to-offline push >>
* Hong Kong’s tech ambitions given major boost with AI lab funding >>

* Nix: Haskell Concepts for Package Management >>
* The Present Future of User Interface Development >>

* China’s biggest streaming service just opened its first physical movie theater >>
* Robots can learn tasks by watching and mimicking humans >>

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