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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 May 2018

* Mary Meeker’s 2018 internet trends report: All the slides, plus analysis >>
* Skydio’s self-flying drone can now track down cars >>
* Scientists create the first 3D-printed human corneas >>

* How to optimize filter designs for 5G mobile front-ends >>
* Fujitsu’s CMOS Digital Annealer Produces Quantum Computer Speeds >>
* Smart Tech To Take Over The Cannabis Secto >>

* False Positives: Self-Driving Cars and the Agony of Knowing What Matters >>
* Driverless cars ‘will cost lives at first’ says former highways chief >>
* Elon Musk Called Nanotechnology BS >>

* Engineers design color-changing compression bandage >>
* Surgical technique improves sensation, control of prosthetic limb >>
* Tiny Robots in Disguise Combat Bacteria in the Blood >>

* Brains grow brand new neurons after experimental drug injection >>
* Scientists could soon flip a switch in the brain which stops you enjoying sugary foods >>
* Oculus Venues tries to cram the stadium experience into a VR headset >>

* Advanced brain organoid could model strokes, screen drugs >>
* Cyber Security in the Connected World >>
* Spaceflight from exoplanets is more difficult than you might think >>

* Threat of “weaponized A.I.” is tearing Google apart >>
* Pentagon Will Expand AI Project Prompting Protests at Google >>
* How the Tech Giants Created What Darpa Couldn’t >>

* This Power Plant Runs on CO2 >>
* Scientists just discovered 125 million-year-old dinosaur dandruff >>
* The first cross-platform collaborative AR app (for doodling) >>

* Dawn of a True Space Age is Near >>
* Violent Supermassive Black-Hole Eruptions Occur About Every 10,000 Years in Most Galaxies >>
* China’s Space Station Will Be Open to Science from All UN Nations >>

* Teaching chores to an artificial agent >>
* New Tech Could Turn Algae Into the Climate’s Slimy Savior >>
* Google’s AR drawing app lets Android and iOS users collab on doodles >>

* Populating a Mars Base Will Be Dangerously Unsexy >>
* Jeff Bezos Saves ‘The Expanse,’ Lays Out Vision for Human Space Colonies >>
* Astronomers Observe A Pulsar 6500 Light-years From Earth And See Two Separate Flares Coming Off Its Surface >>

* I’m working on a universal language to let us speak to aliens >>
* Computers Go Head-to-Head with Humans on Face Recognition >>
* How to Get a Robot to (One Day) Do Your Chores >>

* AI inspired by the film Spotlight could track down child abusers >>
* How Close Are We—Really—to Building a Quantum Computer? >>
* The roll out of 5G wireless service is ‘a massive health experiment >>

* What’s the Absolutely Amazing Theory of Almost Everything? >>
* Goliath Neutron Star Detected –“Most Hostile Environment in the Universe” >>
* Using R with Amazon SageMaker >>

* The Case of the Backwards Orbiting Asteroid >>
* xkcd Phone 2000 >>
* These tech companies have the most stressed-out workers >>

* Contribute to Arm TechCon ‘18: Call for Papers Now Open >>
* In NBC’s ‘Reverie,’ VR can be a little too enticing >>
* Trump’s visa restrictions aimed at Chinese STEM students to start in June >>

* You’ll soon be able to get a 3D printed model of your brain >>
* Google’s AI Assistant Is a Reminder that Privacy and Security Are Not the Same >>

* Coord will get you there one way or another with its new APIs >>
* Here’s Mary Meeker’s essential 2018 Internet Trends report >>
* The Human Body Keeps Ticking — Even After Death >>

* Why A.I. can’t solve everything >>
* How far home printing has come in fewer than four decades will astound you >>
* Why Thousands of AI Researchers Are Boycotting the New Nature Journal >>

* Killer cyborgs with superhuman strength move a step closer after scientists combine muscles made from living tissue with a machine >>
* Pigeons can understand probabilities – just like primates can >>
* Why heart function is reduced at high altitude decoded >>

* Drone rules made law to reduce threat to aircraft >>
* The future of blockchain solutions and technologies >>
* Amazon is notorious for disrupting industries — now it’s eyeing entire countries >>

* Gold From Thin Air >>
* Software is Eating the World-Tesla Edition >>
* Microbes in Space: Bioengineered Bugs Could Help Colonize New Planets >>

* Solar-Powered Robot Pulls Weeds Autonomously >>
* Oculus launches Venues app with a robust lineup of summer events >>

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