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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 July 2018

* Blue Origin successfully lands both booster and crew capsule after test launch >>
* Gene therapy to remove old cells is extending the life of older mice >>
* Rolls-Royce may use bug-like robots to assist airplane engine repair >>

* We’ve started to uncover the true purpose of dreams >>
* Brits whinging less? About ISPs, networks and TV? >>
* Startup Uses AI to Help Airports Work More Smoothly >>

* AI can untangle the jumble of neurons packed in brain scans >>
* Google researchers create AI that maps the brain’s neurons >>
* Amazon Tests Out Two Tools to Help Keep Its Cloud Secure >>

* AWS launches on-premises EC2 instances for reverse hybrid cloud >>
* Mastercard has patent which could enable blockchain currency credit cards >>
* DARPA Wants Your Insect-Scale Robots for a Micro-Olympics >>

* How a Flock of Drones Developed Collective Intelligence >>
* Innovation to feed the world >>
* ‘Robot chemist’ could use AI to speed up medical breakthroughs >>

* Introduction to DevSecOps >>
* The death of 9-year-old girl may be a tipping point for air pollution >>
* Is coding becoming obsolete? (Part I) >>

* Protecting Autonomous Vehicles With Blockchain >>
* Nanoparticles Enable Molecular Electronic Devices >>
* DivvyCloud provides insight into the cloud computing world >>

* Insane Footage Shows Newly-Built Mall In Mexico City Spontaneously Collapse >>
* Doubling or tripling the pace of robotics and AI should not cause mass unemployment >>
* Robots and AI will actually create more jobs than they take >>

* Dogecoin added to Robinhood trading >>
* Windows 10 IoT Core Services unleashed to public preview >>
* Enter The Red Planet: Our Guide To Mars Opposition 2018 >>

* Supercharged blood helps some dolphins dive 1,000 meters >>
* The shape of the smartphone is changing forever >>
* Samsung touts bonkers-fast 8 Gbit DRAM for phones, AIs >>

* IBM attempts to graft VM security onto container flexibility >>
* Human cancers aren’t contagious, but dogs and other animals aren’t so lucky >>
* China launched two more massive Type 055 warships >>

* X-ray data may be first evidence of a star devouring a planet >>
* Netflix redesigns its TV interface with new navigation, full-screen trailers >>
* How to tell if you’re talking to a bot >>

* New 3D Construction Printer Can Print Buildings 50 Feet Tall >>
* What We’re Most Looking Forward to at This Year’s Comic-Con >>
* This 21-Year-Old 3D Printed a Working Underwater Jetpack >>

* IBM backs new stablecoin >>
* Tax robots and Universal Basic Income >>
* This insane fighting robot can be yours now for $1,600 >>

* GitHub Enterprise adds anonymous Git access, improves configuration visibility >>
* Create a model for predicting orthopedic pathology using Amazon SageMaker >>
* DARPA Shows Off Some Things You Can Do With Distributed Electric Propulsion >>

* Tiny planets full of diamonds have been created in the lab >>
* Lazy thinking – not bias – is the real reason we believe fake news >>
* Software Development >>

* Ready or not, the world’s first VR water slide is here >>
* Scientists just found £150,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 of diamonds on Earth >>
* The next generation of VR headsets will connect over a single USB-C cable >>

* Supersize BelugaXL takes to the sky for maiden flight >>
* a16z Podcast: Building Companies in Crypto, from People to Code >>
* a16z Podcast: The Regulatory Landscape for Crypto >>

* How Facial Recognition Could Tear Us Apart >>
* How AI Is Rewriting the Medical Coding Automation >>
* Elon Musk, DeepMind founders, and others sign pledge to not develop lethal AI weapon systems >>

* New NASA spacecraft will use a giant solar sail to explore asteroids >>
* Algorithm identifies patients best suited for antidepressants >>
* Video: How phase detection autofocus works >>

* Elon Musk kinda apologizes for calling Thai cave rescuer a ‘pedo’ >>
* Google fined $5.04 billion for forcing its apps onto Android phones >>
* Google CEO Sundar Pichai says company will appeal record fine from EU ruling >>

* China’s AI industry gains momentum: Report >>
* Modbox Dev Shows Why Valve’s Skeletal Input Is So Useful >>
* Continuous Integration (CI) for .NET Core Projects: .NET Core CLI Part III >>

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