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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 June 2018

* World’s tiniest ‘computer’ makes a grain of rice seem massive >>
* Robot burger restaurant set to open in San Francisco making burgers untouched by human hands >>
* Adobe is using machine learning to make it easier to spot Photoshopped images >>

* Research team discovers drug compound that stops cancer cells from spreading >>
* Simulation of inflatable heatshield for reusable second stage >>

* SpaceX Wins $130 Million Air Force Launch Contract, Marking a First For Falcon Heavy >>
* SpaceX reveals its manned capsule has begun final testing at NASA ahead of first mission >>
* Spacex falcon heavy rockets everyday places >>

* Intel now faces a fight for its future >>
* Speedy genetic tool could soon let scientists create new DNA ‘overnight’ that may help humans live forever >>
* US Army has made a plastic bandage that swells to patch wounds >>

* How Artificial Intelligence Could Help Us Live Longer >>
* First evidence that gut bacteria help wire young brains >>
* How machine intelligence is remaking the American economy >>

* vAnalysis of a Million-Plus Genomes Points to Blurring Lines among Brain Disorders >>
* MIT scientists engineer first-ever ‘psychopath’ robot >>
* New platform will help create designer human proteins in the lab >>

* First Semisolid Lithium Batteries to Debut This Year, in Drones >>
* The discount airline model is coming to rocket launches >>
* Uber test driver watching Hulu during fatal crash >>

* Why Network Effects Matter Less Than They Used To >>
* Save dinosaurs from extinction in a game world built with Google Maps >>
* This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web >>

* Scientists develop fusion rocket technology in lab – and aim for Mars >>
* How Booz Allen Hamilton Enlists AI to Help Protect Soldiers – Ep. 63 >>
* At this rodeo, robots enter downed planes and explore fake radioactive disasters >>

* A Roadmap to AIOps — Part 1 >>
* A Roadmap to AIOps — Part 2 >>
* How Agile Development Principles Accelerate AI Initiatives >>
* “Clouds” in a Cloudless Future >>
* Building Docker Images without Docker >>

* 1st Satellite Built to Harpoon Space Junk for Disposal Begins Test Flight >>
* A Plea for AI That Serves Humanity Instead of Replacing It >>
* The future of AI relies on a code of ethics >>

* Instagram’s IGTV could soon challenge YouTube’s dominance >>
* Microsoft backpedals on VR promise >>
* This new unlimited cellphone plan is $10 a month >>

* Microsoft’s ICE involvement illustrates tech’s denial problem >>
* AI hunts down secret testing of nuclear bombs >>
* This AI helps find great startups before the world discovers them >>

* Google’s Measure app comes to all ARCore-compatible Android phones >>
* US Army asks startups to deliver next-generation weapons >>
* Uber driver was streaming Hulu just before fatal self-driving crash >>

* World Cup suffers massive ratings drop in the U.S. >>
* These are China’s new underwater drones >>
* Solar and Energy Storage Combine for One Power Energy Solution >>

* Venezuelan economy heading to complete collapse in months and probably a military coup >>
* How to supervise a robot with your mind and hand gesture s >>
* Air Force will pay $130 million for Falcon Heavy satellite launch by 2020 >>

* Microsoft launches AI-powered Bing Visual Search >>
* China’s future railgun Navy 2025 predicted by US Intelligence >>
* ISSUE 122: Über Container Sprechen >>

* Robotics: Science and Systems 2018 >>
* AMD Tackles Coming “Chiplet” Revolution With New Chip Network Scheme >>
* China Appears To Be Preparing To Deorbit Its Tiangong-2 Space Lab >>

* New Model Predicts That We’re Probably The Only Advanced Civilization In The Observable Universe >>
* Where Does Trump’s ‘Space Force’ Fit in the International Agreement on Peaceful Use of Space? >>
* The undersea electric railway built and abandoned within six years >>

* TVAddons Founder “Resigns” to Ensure Kodi Addon Platform’s Longevity >>
* PeerTube: A ‘Censorship’ Resistent YouTube Alternative >>
* Netflix Seeks to Boost its Global Anti-Piracy Team >>
* Security researcher bypasses iPhone’s limit on passcode attempts >>

* Electric GT’s first race-spec Tesla Model S hits the track >>
* Google Assistant gets Continued Conversation for longer interactions >>
* The personal touch >>

* Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin reveals it will start selling tickets to tourists next year >>
* Swarm of robot wildlife will check for life in an Italian lagoon >>
* Japan’s Hayabusa 2 spacecraft is gearing up to bomb an asteroid >>

* ‘Clever genes’ may lead to autism, anorexia and bipolar – but protect against Alzheimer’s, claim scientists >>
* ‘E-skin’ lets prosthetic hands sense touch and pain >>
* Why not have a robotic lawnmower cut your grass >>

* Strange Landscapes On Mars Were Created By Explosive Volcanoes >>
* China’s Land Grab Beyond the Blue Planet –“First the Moon, Then Mars” >>
* New wearable, high-precision brain scanner allows for patients to move around >>

* Video Friday: Robot World Cup, New Co-Bots, and 1000 SpotMinis >>
* SpaceX will use superalloys for Raptor engines >>
* 4 Reasons NASA Projects Miss Deadlines and Blow Budgets >>

* Google Measure is a glitchy tool that can’t be trusted with basic measurements >>
* MIT scientists discover fundamental rule of brain plasticity >>
* Hands-On: Skull & Bones Delivers a Wild Pirate Adventure >>

* Facebook mistakenly leaked developer analytics reports to testers >>
* It’s Business Time for Rocket Lab, Launcher of Small Satellites >>
* Whirlpools are hot spots for great white sharks >>

* Childhood trauma can change the way your genes behave and leave you more vulnerable to illness >>
* Valve’s Knuckles EV2 Controller Will Let You Squeeze Things In VR >>
* Oracle Plans To Switch Businesses to Subscriptions for Java SE >>

* Why Your Summer Might Be Full of Mosquitoes >>
* Chinese Lasers Suspected Of Targeting U.S. Military Planes >>
* Physicists Just Found the Last Missing Protons and Neutrons In the Universe >>

* Scientists discover fundamental rule of brain plasticity >>
* Researchers solve major challenge in mass production of low-cost solar cells >>
* Built for speed: DNA nanomachines take a (rapid) step forward >>

* Lab-Grown Neanderthal Minibrains Reveal How They’re Different From Humans‘ >>
* Kidney cells engineered to produce insulin when caffeine is present in the body >>
* How Robots Are Making Better Drugs, Faster >>

* Laser bursts generate electricity faster than any other method >>
* How Fast Is Earth Moving? >>
* New trailers: Creed II, Searching, Tau, and more >>

* Agile: Real, or Just a Formality? >>
* a16z Podcast: Construction Under Tech — The Build >>

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