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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 May 2018

* Amazon is selling facial recognition tech to law enforcement >>
* Bonkers European Hearing Lets Mark Zuckerberg Dance Around EU Lawmakers >>

* Quantum physics experiment could help point location of particles that appear to exist in several different places at once >>
* Here’s Google And LG’s New 1,443 PPI VR Display >>
* Here’s Oculus’ Latest Varifocal Headset Prototype >>

* It’s Never Too Early To Think About 6G >>
* Stickman Explores the Physics of Flying Through the Air >>
* Kata Containers project launches version 1.0 of its lightweight VMs for containers >>

* A Deep Hole May Be Just What Our Nuclear Waste Needs >>
* SpaceX rocket will make a pit stop 305 miles up to deploy NASA satellites before moving on >>

* AI-Powered Bank Accounts Of Tomorrow Are Solving Biggest Problem — You >>
* Beating Cancer With AI Or Achieving Brexit On Time: Theresa May >>

* Chemists synthesize millions of proteins not found in nature >>
* A single-injection vaccine for the polio virus >>
* Half of life on earth has vanished since we arrived on scene >>

* Robot can scour fields for weeds and take them out with a single chemical jet blast >>
* 3-D Printers And Robotic Arms: How One Startup Plans To Build Colonies In Space >>
* WIRED’S Predictions for Bots, Blockchains, Crispr, and More >>

* Apache MXNet (incubating) adds support for Keras 2 >>
* Future Of The Home: Werner Vogels, Amazon CTO, on making our houses more human-centric >>
* Elon Musk admits Tesla’s Model 3 DOES have a braking issue >>

* Uber will test a taxi-hailing service in Japan >>
* Technology Is Changing What a Premium Automotive Brand Looks Like >>
* Today’s SpaceX launch will help NASA monitor climate change >>

* What animals is A.I. currently smarter than? >>
* Stickman is Disney’s new headless acrobatic robot >>
* Slack introduces Actions to make it easier to create and finish tasks without leaving >>
* Search for Alien Signals in the Electromagnetic Spectrum >>

* Giant Waves Nearly Half a Million Miles Across Seen on the Sun for the First Time >>
* NASA Wants Science Instrument Ideas for Europa Lander Mission >>
* A Quantum Drum Brings Quantum Mechanics to the Macroscale >>

* Craters and Shadows at the Lunar Terminator >>
* To Treat Obesity, a Bioreactor Transforms Bad Fat Into Good Fat >>
* Why a Robot Can’t Yet Outjump a Flea >>

* CRISPR-Cas9 has been use to stop HIV in infected T cells >>
* China likely to remove all limits to family size this year >>

* Your Slack addiction is about to get worse >>
* ‘Fortnite’: Everything You Need To Know About The New ‘Close Encounters’ LTM >>
* Trump’s phones remain vulnerable because he considers security ‘inconvenient,’ >>

* Amazon Pushes Facial Recognition to Police. Critics See Surveillance Risk. >>
* AI Challenging Bank Lending Practices >>
* How off-the-shelf cameras are powering baseball’s next-gen replays >>

* book | The Book of Why >>
* Self-healing material mimics the resilience of soft biological tissue >>
* Now available online: DesignCon 2018 Keysight Education Forum (KEF) Sessions >>

* Military brainboxes ponder ‘UK needs you’ list of AI boffins >>
* The best ways to send files wirelessly >>
* What is AI anyway? The University of Helsinki’s free online course will explain it >>

* Realeyes, uses AI and a front-facing camera to read viewers emotions >>
* Engineers Don’t Totally Dig Elon Musk’s Tunneling Promises >>
* New Cancer Treatments Lie Hidden Under Mountains of Paperwork >>

* Blockchain applications >>
* One aspect of self-driving car testing that Apple and Google don’t dominate >>
* Here Come the Waves >>

* RED’s new camera will use its Hydrogen One phone as a viewfinder >>
* Watch Mark Zuckerberg’s EU privacy hearing right here >>
* Google ‘thumbs its nose’ at New Zealand courts >>

* Elon Musk-funded XPRIZE expands education software testing >>
* ‘Solo’ is a serviceable Star Wars story >>
* Shanghai: Life in the Megacity >>

* Amazon isn’t alone in punishing shoppers for too many returns >>
* Bill Gates Names 5 Books You Should Read This Summer >>
* *Accounting for Capitalism: The World the Clerk Made* >>

* Facebook is tracking you on over 8.4 million websites >>
* Baidu spins out its global ad business to sharpen its focus on artificial intelligence >>
* RED is partnering with Lucid to build an 8K 3D camera for the Hydrogen One phone >>

* Lenovo denies claims it chose Windows over Linux in second row over technology >>
* Business Lessons about Growth from Andrew Chen (Andreessen Horowitz) >>
* Andrew Chen on finding the “fresh powder” in growth >>

* China’s driverless high-speed rail on trial: World Intelligence Congress >>
* Expert says China needs to build at least six aircraft carriers >>
* Nation vies to lead in adopting blockchain technology >>

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