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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 June 2018

* Microsoft has been talking to GitHub about possible acquisition: Report >>
* Fake NIPS slip site scandalizes AI world >>
* Incredible nuclear battery that lasts for 100 YEARS could help power everything from pacemakers to a mission to Mars >>

* What to expect at WWDC 2018: Apple needs to step up its AI game >>
* Computex predictions, a self-cooled headset, memory that never forgets >>
* Qualcomm just unveiled the first dedicated ‘XR’ platform >>

* Simple Robots Perform Complex Tasks With Environmental Modifications >>
* China’s Alibaba Puts Solid-State Lidar in a Delivery Truck >>
* Crop production increased by 47 percent by speeding up photorespiration >>

* First 3D-printed human corneas >>
* New noninvasive technique could be alternative to laser eye surgery >>
* CVPR 2018 offers wide variety of t work in the field of computer vision >>

* Artificial nerves could let robots get touchy-feely >>
* So-called ‘holy grail’ cancer test would miss thousands of cases >>
* How to Convert Your Wall into a Giant Touch Screen >>

* China develops deadly ‘Silent Hunter’ lasers that can destroy drones from 1,000ft away as tensions soar with the US >>
* Can an app tell if you have dementia years before your doctor? >>

* The gene that led to the human intelligence boom has been found >>
* The AI that can confuse facial recognition systems >>
* People with big brains have a different brain structure too >>

* Scientists find dunes of methane sand on Pluto >>
* New Horizons’ Earth-Like Discovery –“The Dunes of Pluto” >>
* $191 billion estimate for global AI in 2025 could be an underestimation >>

* Biotech, Machine Learning and Healthcare in 2020 and 2025 >>
* Artificial sensory neurons may give future prosthetic devices and robots a subtle sense of touch >>

* A Spectre solution, a (very) brief Cloudflare outage, a bank heist in Canada, and more >>
* X-raying immigrants to determine their age isn’t just illegal, it’s horrible science >>
* 6 VPNs that can help you break through China’s ‘Great Firewall’ >>

* The artificial iris has now been approved by the FDA — here’s what it can do. >>
* Revolutionizing everyday products with artificial intelligence >>
* Hot damn, this Bitcoin cat just might convince me to HODL >>

* Google Will Not Renew Pentagon Contract That Upset Employees >>
* Is Microsoft about to git-merge with GitHub? Rumors suggest: Maybe >>
* AI-based method could speed development of specialized nanoparticles >>

* What To Expect From Apple’s Annual Software Conference >>
* We’re beginning to understand how some people can control HIV >>
* Self-driving bicycles >>

* Aerial robot that can morph in flight >>
* Rejuvenation Roundup May 2018 >>

* TerraPower’s Nuclear Reactor Could Power the 21st Century >>
* SMPTE ST 2110: Structuring the Future of Broadcasting >>
* Wall Street Tries Shortwave Radio to Make High-Frequency Trades Across the Atlantic >>

* US Department of Defense insistent on single vendor >>
* Chinese president Xi seeks innovation independence >>
* VMware preps NSX network virtualization for smaller customers >>

* AWS outage killed some cloudy servers, recovery time is uncertain >>
* Experts build AI joke machine that’s about as funny as an Adam Sandler movie (that bad) >>
* Helm moves out of Kubernetes’ shadow to become stand-alone project >>

* SpaceX Just Missed Catching Rocket Nose Cone During Launch Last Week (Photos) >>
* Aliens Are Real, But Humans Will Probably Kill Them All, New Paper Says >>
* What Are The Chances That The Next Generation Lsst Could Find New Planets In The Solar System? >>

* Here’s What Astronauts Will Look for Flying on SpaceX and Boeing Spaceships >>
* The Space Age and a New Age for Health Care: The Technology of Saving Lives (Op-Ed) >>
* Does Dark Matter Have an Electric Charge? >>

* NASA Is About to Have Its Closest Encounter Ever with Dwarf Planet Ceres >>
* Dawn at Ceres: Imagery from a Changing Orbit >>
* Weekly Space Hangout: May 30, 2018: Skylias – Science Communicating On Twitch! >>

* Artificial intelligence… or advanced imitation? How DeepMind used YouTube vids to train game-beating Atari bot >>
* Video Friday: Skydio’s Car Follow, Telexistence, and Tick-Killing Robot >>
* Hybrid Electric Airliners Will Cut Emissions—and Noise >>

* Graphene Pushes Skyrmions Closer to Data Storage Reality >>
* Google Plans Not To Renew its Contract for Project Maven, a Controversial Drone AI Imaging Program >>
* How Instagram’s algorithm works >>

* Apple Pay tests ‘order ahead’ for drinks at music festivals >>
* Intel wants PCs to be more than just ‘personal computers’ >>
* LG’s AI-infused G7 ThinQ is now available in the US >>

* Four short links: 1 June 2018 >>
* Can a machine be ethical? Why teaching AI ethics is a minefield. >>
* PlayStation’s E3 2018 event heads back to theaters on June 11th >>

* Google, Amazon, Facebook, and apple nearing monopoly prompting calls for FTC to topple tech titans >>
* Facebook kills off trending topics in battle to stop ‘fake news’ >>
* Nuclear Battery Could Power Spacecraft for 100 Years >>

* World’s First 3D-Printed Concrete Housing Project to be Built in Eindhoven >>
* The New Stack Update ISSUE 119: APIs and Security >>

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