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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 >>
* 3 Obstacles to Moving Social Media Platforms to a Blockchain >>

* IBM hiring 1800 in France for Artificial Intelligence, blockchain and IoT >>
* Samsung process roadmap 7nm 2018, 5nm 2019, 4nm 2020 and 3nm 2021 >>
* Gracenote Sonic Style machine learning service to classify 90 million songs by style >>

* Samsung plans AI research centers in Canada, UK and Russia adding to US and Korea now >>
* Highlights from the Strata Data Conference in London 2018 >>

* Future of Work: Meeting the demands of digital – C2 Montreal >>
* Something Is Sucking Iron Out of Earth’s Crust, and Scientists Think They Know What >>
* Is Asteroid 2015 BZ509 from another Stellar System? >>

* Best VPNs according to Reddit >>
* Study: Human activity is causing cancer in animals >>
* Charting a data journey to the cloud >>

* Humans and the machine: Machine learning in context >>
* Startups can now apply to take part in Google’s first Demo Day event in Asia >>

* Amazon facial recognition software raises privacy concerns with the ACLU >>
* The first accessory for RED’s ‘holographic’ phone turns it into an insane camera >>
* Scientists claim ancient ‘ecological’ challenges like finding food and lighting fires made us intelligent >>

* How Does Google Know Everything about Me? >>
* SpaceX Falcon 9 launches satellites to track Earth’s water >>
* Solo May Be Inessential, But It’s Also Utterly Delightful >>

* Making driverless cars change lanes more like human drivers do >>
* Skylum announces creation of ‘Skylum AI’ artificial intelligence lab >>
* How NASA Tech Is Helping Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano Response >>

* William Shatner’s Name Will Boldly Go to the Sun on NASA Probe (with 1.1 Million Others) >>
* Rocket Lab to launch satellite that ‘could have tracked MH370’ >>

* Pixar Co-Founder: VR’s Education Potential ‘One Of The Greatest Steps In Years’ >>
* Hands-On: Astro Bot Is A Full PSVR Platformer Based On Playroom’s Robot Rescue >>
* Amazon needs to come clean about racial bias in its algorithms >>

* Gene-Editing Technology Is About To Affect Your Shopping Cart >>
* If DARPA Wants To Stop Deepfakes, They Should Talk To Facebook And Google >>
* Smart Prosthetic Devices Create Natural Motion by Predicting Movement >>

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