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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 August 2018

* Phase One stuffs a 151-megapix >>
* Apple buys Denver startup building waveguide lenses for AR glasses >>
* This Lens-less Camera Is Built Specially for AI and Computer Vision Programs >>

* The Age of the Heroic Inventor Is Over >>
* Google sets Kubernetes free with $9m in its pocket for expenses K8s becomes captain of its own fate, in Google Cloud cabin >>

* (MOOC), Introduction to Computer Science using Python, has become the most popular MOOC in MIT history with 1.2 million enrollments to date. >>
* Daily commutes ‘should count as part of the working day’ because HALF of us spend our travel time to the office reading work emails, scientists say >>
* Netgear’s XR700 Nighthawk Pro Gaming Router features 10-gigabit ethernet >>

* AI software may help eggheads predict where aftershocks will strike >>
* The Google Assistant is now bilingual >>
* MIT researchers 3-D print colloidal crystals >>

* Model can more naturally detect depression in conversations >>
* Samsung and LG are bringing 8K smart TVs to market >>
* CERN’s Pioneering Mini-Accelerator Passes First Test >>

* Dyson’s EV ambitions include 10 miles of test tracks >>
* Netflix releases the trailer for Orson Welles’ final film >>
* Store Your Bitcoin Fortune in DNA >>

* Meet Martti, the Finnish Robocar That Uses 5G >>
* Announcing the winners of Disrupt SF 2018’s sponsored hackathon contests >>
* 3-D Printed Gun Blueprints Are Back, and Only New Laws Can Stop Them >>

* Hackers can spy on your computer screen just by listening to your webcam’s microphone, experts warn >>
* A warm-water time bomb could spell disaster for Arctic sea ice >>
* Opioid crisis: powerful but non-addictive drug could replace morphine >>

* Dyson wants to build a $260M hub to test its secretive EV >>
* Hulu Show ‘The First’ Details the Drama of a Near-Future Mars Misison in New Trailer >>
* Small Air Leak Detected on International Space Station >>

* Detecting Life’s Influence on Planetary Atmospheres >>
* How to identify high-quality and high-performing candidates >>
* Robot chefs, beauty hotels and more >>

* The AI telling US Open players how to beat their opponents: Coaches turn to algorithms to analyse hours of video >>
* Apple sees the (augmented) light, buys holo-glass tech startup >>
* Canada has future tech leadership with quantum computers, AI, nanotechnology, fusion and molten salt >>

* China building $145 million superconducting computer that is up to 1000 times more energy efficient >>
* Big read: In Elon Musk’s world, brakes are for cars, not CEOs >>
* California kicks its climate change fight into overdrive while Trump looks the other way >>
* How the Internet of Things will transform consumerism, enterprises, and governments over the next five years >>

* What explains America’s economic anomalies? >>
* 13 Hot Chips from Summer 2018 >>
* New Zealand penguins make mammoth migrations, traveling thousands of kilometers to feed >>
* *Crazy Rich Asians* >>

* The search for new drugs is coming to your house >>
* Apple buys AR display startup Akonia Holographics >>
* Facebook takes on YouTube with new video feature >>

* Lenovo’s New Yoga Book Stretches Laptop Design >>
* Firefox will soon start blocking trackers by default >>
* Turns out, not many people change their minds because of something they see on social media >>

* OpenStack’s latest release focuses on bare metal clouds and easier upgrades >>
* Vodafone AU, TPG propose ‘merger of equals’ >>

* Oracle Trying Hard To Make Sure Pentagon Knows Amazon Isn’t the Only Cloud Around >>
* Visual search on AWS—Part 1: Engine implementation with Amazon SageMaker >>
* Your digital assistant may have tons of new features it didn’t tell you about >>

* Could you qualify to be a full-fledged astronaut? >>
* LG shows off an 8K OLED and huge MicroLED TV, because Samsung >>
* Samsung’s first 8K QLED TV is coming to the U.S. in October >>

* The robot you can WEAR! LG unveils its new AI-powered SuitBot that ‘enhances’ leg movements to help warehouse workers lift heavy objects >>
* Netgear and Harman Kardon’s smart speaker doubles as a WiFi repeater >>
* Lenovo’s Yoga C630 laptop promises 25 hours on battery using Qualcomm’s next-gen Snapdragon 850 >>
* Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 Extreme will tempt you away from a MacBook Pro >>

* Why did Lenovo stretch the ThinkPad X1 Extreme to 15 inches? To kill the MacBook Pro >>
* Crispr Halted Muscular Dystrophy in Dogs. Someday, It Might Cure Humans >>
* Apple’s next big event is September 12 >>

* Using lidar to assess destruction in Puerto Rico >>
* UberAir is looking for an international city for its flying taxis >>
* Apple takes a step towards its own version of Google Glass >>
* Another Juno Flyby, Another Amazing Sequence Of Images Of Jupiter >>

* Major F35 flaws are being hidden so they can claim development phase is done >>
* DNA editing before birth could one day massively expand lifespans >>
* A species of fish has passed the mirror test for the first time >>
* Samsung unveils new AI-powered televisions that have 16 TIMES the number of pixels as standard HD and promise to ‘upgrade’ the quality of everything you watch to 8K >>

* Multiple sclerosis drug is first to dramatically cut brain shrinkage >>
* Dark matter blasted by star explosions may explain misfit galaxies >>
* Scientists want to land on Mercury; Here’s why that’s tricky >>

* These Dreams Indicate Good Mental Health (S) >>
* The Chinese Air Force just released a video of its newest and deadliest war planes — here’s what they bring to a fight >>
* India is spending $1.4 billion on its first manned space mission >>

* Researchers spot something unique about human brains >>
* Why Technology Favors Tyranny >>
* In Major Breakthrough, Scientists Observe Higgs Boson Decay into Bottom Quarks >>

* Garmin’s new fitness tracker monitors your blood oxygen levels >>
* Honor teases new bezel-free Magic 2 smartphone with sliding camera >>
* This robot backpack is actually a helping pair of hands controlled by a human >>

* Huawei’s Nova 3i is the world’s slipperiest phone >>
* Are you using the term ‘AI’ incorrectly? >>
* The Role of API Gateways in API Security >>
* Testing ML Models on Dual Coding Principles >>

* The Role of a Modern Tester in The Era of ML and AI >>
* Avoiding Common Hurdles in Unit Testing >>
* People, Process, Product — DevOps: Part 1 >>

* Augmenting a DevOps Pipeline With Quality Engineering >>
* Advanced Artificial Intelligence Could Run The World Better Than Humans Ever Could >>
* China takes lead in 5G and AI technologies >>

* Belt and Road construction brings relevant countries effective investment rather than debt: official >>
* China and Africa broaden agricultural cooperation >>
* HQ-16 missile system fire in Gobi Desert >>
* New technology can help predict dangerous heart attacks >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 August 2018

* Google takes a step back from running the Kubernetes development infrastructure >>
* Researchers 3D-Print Bionic Eye Prototype >>
* Amazon is planning a free video streaming service >>

* CERN’s mini particle accelerator could finally smash apart electrons >>
* Physicists Observe the Higgs Boson’s Elusive Decay >>
* US watchdog OKs robo-doc AI that spies eye disease all on its own >>

* The world’s first 8K OLED TV is here >>
* NASA probe takes first images of farthest planetary body ever explored >>
* AI-Human Partnerships Tackle “Fake News” >>

* Is studying your gut bacteria key to good health or a waste of money? >>
* How the brain tracks time: Researchers discover the ‘neural clock’ that timestamps our experiences and memories >>
* Why an orbiting moon station is the worst idea of the new space age >>

* Space Art Is Causing a Ruckus Among Astronomers >>
* Is Julia the Next Big Programming Language? MIT Thinks So, as Version 1.0 Lands >>

* A 40-Year Quest Uncovers Hearing’s “Holy Grail” Protein >>
* The secret tunnels inside your head: Immune cells take shortcuts when fighting deadly inflammation rather than using the bloodstream >>
* Hayabusa’s Target Itokawa Formed 4.6 Billion Years Ago, But Then It Was Smashed Up About 1.5 Billion Years Ago >>

* Learn How To Use Google Cloud To Build AI Systems For Just $39 >>
* Pictures and Video of the SpaceX Crew Dragon >>
* Plans that require an exaFLOP AI supercomputer first are broken nuclear fusion plans >>

* Box builds a digital hub to help fight content fragmentation >>
* ‘It Is a Challenging Time for the Internet: We Must Not Let It Be Undermined’ >>
* US Court of Appeals: An IP Address Isn’t Enough To Identify a Pirate >>

* Privacy groups ask senators to confirm US surveillance oversight nominees >>
* The Linux Foundation Is Changing The Fabric Of Networking >>
* Nintendo’s next mobile game arrives September 27 >>

* Are Humans the Only Conscious Animal? >>
* Nightmares could be ‘turned off’ after scientists discover the genes that control deep sleep >>

* China has multi-billion projects developing liquid and solid fuel molten salt reactors >>
* Fashion Forward: the world’s first digital super-models + virtual tools >>
* Incredible materials: the shape of things to come >>

* Juniper prepping for a 400 Gbps Ethernet world >>
* Another AI winter could usher in a dark period for artificial intelligence >>
* September 1888: George Eastman Patents His Kodak Camera >>

* We’ve found another problem with IPv6: It’s sparked a punch-up between top networks >>
* It’s 2018 – so, of course, VMware is touting open-source blockchain code, Internet-of-Things tools >>
* Intel Management Engine JTAG flaw proof-of-concept published >>

* Big Tech’s Newest Experiment in Criminal-Justice Reform >>
* India Will Launch Its Own Astronauts to Space by 2022, Government Says >>
* New Horizons Sees Its Next Target For The First Time: Ultima Thule. Flyby Happens January 1, 2019 >>

* Laser Experiment Helps Unravel Mystery of Antimatter >>
* Scientists use 3D printing to build a new prototype ‘eyeball’ that can detect changes in light levels >>
* Incredible time-lapse video reduces a three-year build for a superyacht to just FIVE MINUTES >>

* China is now using two-foot tall AI robots that look like a droid from WALL-E to teach children how to solve problems using an interactive story >>
* US Army reveals new software for robots to right themselves after falls >>
* Say hello to the new 217mph Lamborghini Aventador SVJ >>

* Brain scans show how cannabis extract may help people with psychosis >>
* Scientists Have Discovered New Type Of Brain Cell Unique To Humans >>
* Wear OS by Google: Health and help are just a swipe away >>

* For a Bright Future of Work, Focus on Purpose >>
* Money for Nothing; Many jobs are pointless. Others are being automated away. In future, who will still work for a paycheck? >>
* 13 Big VR Games To Look Out For This Fall >>

* VR Training Program Now Required At Children’s Hospital Los Angeles >>
* The last Blockbuster: what we really lose when video stores shut down >>
* How Should We Regulate Facial Recognition? >>

* Bernie Sanders’ problem with Amazon >>
* I’ve been using Samsung’s new $1,500 Galaxy Note 9, and it’s the only smartphone actually worthy of its high price tag >>
* Mistakes we made in our Company’s First 8 Years >>

* Using DevOps in the Cloud for Improved Productivity >>
* Announcing Accelerate: State of DevOps 2018: Strategies for a New Economy >>
* The Artificial Neural Networks Handbook: Part 1 >>

* Advanced Artificial Intelligence Could Run The World Better Than Humans Ever Could >>
* China’s ban on cryptocurrency promotional events now extends beyond the capital to Guangzhou >>
* How Reinventing Software Testing Can Transform Your Business…and Change the World >>
* Diamonds Are Forever. Judges Are the Next Best Thing >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 August 2018

* Mobile Robots Cooperate to 3D Print Large Structures >>
* The world’s first self-driving grocery delivery cars are on roads in San Jose >>
* Google for India: Building services for every Indian, in their language >>

* Philip Harris on first observation of long-predicted Higgs boson decay >>
* GlobalFoundries Halts 7-Nanometer Chip Development, claiming no demand >>
* HP is ‘printing’ drugs for the CDC to speed up antibiotic testing >>

* Want a Flying Car Future? Try Starting with Smarter Helicopters >>
* Silicon Valley Takes a (Careful) Step Toward Autonomous Flying >>
* The AI self flying helicopter that could make flying taxis a reality in five years >>

* Big Telecom Is Using Robocalls To Fight a Net Neutrality Bill in California >>
* AI image recognition systems can be tricked by copying and pasting random objects >>
* AI is coming for industrial design >>

* The cars have eyes: the self-driving ‘eye pod’ that stares at pedestrians >>
* Microsoft touts more AI-powered OneDrive for Business and SharePoint features due later this year >>
* SpaceX’s 1st ‘Block 5’ Rocket: A Tale of 2 Launches >>

* IBM patents smart coffee-delivering drone that can monitor your ‘cognitive state’ and deliver a caffeine fix whenever you need it >>
* The underwater killer robot that can identify and hunt invasive lionfish to save coral reefs >>

* Boeing reveals single-pilot planes could soon be a reality thanks to autonomous technology >>
* Scientists discover mysterious new type of human brain cell >>

* The Power of Anomalies >>
* We dream even when under general anaesthetic >>
* The AI that could help make limitless fusion power a reality >>

* New approach makes sprayed droplets hit and stick to their targets >>
* The race for self-driving taxis at the 2020 Olympics is heating up >>
* You need to finish ‘Dragon Quest XI’ >>

* Why the Future of Data Storage is (Still) Magnetic Tape >>
* Livio AI hearing aid doubles as a fitness tracker >>
* NASA is preparing for future space missions by exploring underwater volcanoes off Hawaii >>

* Trump rage-tweets Google alleging search ‘bias’ >>
* Google is supercharging its Tez payment service in India ahead of global expansion >>
* YouTube’s new tool to track time spent watching YouTube is pointless >>

* Exos Aerospace Launches SARGE Suborbital Rocket >>
* US Military Aims to Launch Cheap New ‘Blackjack’ Spy Satellites in 2021 >>
* Exploring cancer metabolism >>

* Breathing polluted air may make you worse at maths and language >>
* AI can make high-definition fake videos from just a simple sketch >>

* Google partners with Indian banks to provide online loans >>
* Google lets you create a sticker version of yourself with selfies >>
* Google updates its speech services for developers >>

* China Just Set New National Launch Record While Putting Up Two More Beidou Navigation Satellites >>
* Pixm takes on phishing attacks with deep learning using Apache MXNet on AWS >>
* Look At All The Aerosols Pushed Into The Atmosphere, From Fires, Volcanoes And Pollution. Even Sea Salt Thrown Into The Air From Hurricanes >>

* Sprints >>
* Low-carb diets lose their benefits when you go hard on animal products >>
* Microsoft is the right company to build the “Netflix of gaming” >>

* Unlock your team’s creativity: running great hackathons >>
* This robotic ‘double hand’ seems like it would be pretty handy >>
* Amazon Relational Database Service on VMware launched at VMworld >>

* Continuous innovation, using tech ‘superpowers’ for good >>
* In a Shift in Driverless Strategy, Uber Deepens Its Partnership With Toyota >>
* World Bank’s blockchain bond raises $110 million >>

* What Ducks Hear Underwater >>
* Autonomous grocery delivery service makes its way to California >>
* Now is the time to start thinking about AI’s impact on xenophobia >>

* NASA’s planning to send people back to the Moon’s surface in about a decade >>
* Dragon Quest Xi Is Video Game Comfort Food >>
* Service Chatbots, & More Top Tech Stories >>

* You have to choose between Software Delivered on Time and Good Software >>
* Lost in Space? NASA Has a Plan Using AI >>
* The Artificial Neural Networks Handbook: Part 2 >>
* How to Write Unit Tests for a .NET Core Application >>
* Creating Serverless Microservices With AWS Lambda and Node.js >>

* Chinese downloads of police apps surge after latest Didi ride-hitching death >>
* 15 Years Ago, We Sequenced the Human Genome. Now We Can 3D Map It >>

* Very Good Security >>
* BRI not meant to be ‘China club’ >>
* China, Italy set quantum technology test >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 August 2018

* China is building a police station powered by AI, not humans >>
* We’ve Finally Created an AI Network That’s Been Decades in the Making >>
* Spear-toting robot can guard coral reefs against invasive lionfish >>

* Microsoft is about to announce Xbox All Access subscription >>
* VMware pulls AWS’s Relational Database Service into the data center >>
* Electric scooters’ sudden invasion of American cities, explained >>

* JupyterCon 2018 >>
* Jupyter notebooks and the intersection of data science and data engineering >>
* Sea change: What happens when Jupyter becomes pervasive at a university? >>
* Beyond interactive: Scaling impact with notebooks at Netflix >>
* Disease prediction using the world’s largest clinical lab data set >>
* The future of data-driven discovery in the cloud >>
* Notebook Future, Arduino CLI, Robot Mind, and Conscious Computers >>

* We’re Almost Able to Cool Antimatter. Here’s Why That’s a Big Deal. >>
* World’s First Digital Teacher Just Debuted in New Zealand >>

* Artificial Intelligence Will Serve Humans, Not Enslave Them >>
* We Are Merging With Robots. That’s a Good Thing >>
* Self-driving cars: New book looks at how we’re racing toward the future, not always safely >>

* What are Sidechains and Childchains? >>
* NASA’s terrifying visualization of atmospheric aerosols >>
* AutoX is using its self-driving vehicles to deliver groceries >>

* A second Amazon Go cashier-less store has opened in downtown Seattle >>
* This New Supplement Could Change the Way You Age >>
* How to Make a Robot Use Theory of Mind >>
* How neutron star collisions could help aliens make contact with Earth >>

* India’s Biometric Database Is Creating A Perfect Surveillance State >>
* AI-altered video makes it look like you can dance >>
* Linux 4.19 Preparing Better CPU Security Mitigations, New EROFS File-System >>

* Toyota will reportedly invest $500 million in Uber >>
* We’re In The Milky Way’s Second Life. Star Formation Was Shut Down For Billions Of Years >>

* VMware on AWS comes to Australia >>
* It’s Not Technology That’s Disrupting Our Jobs >>
* Sexy selfies are on the rise – and it’s because of income inequality! >>

* Squishy Transistors for Shark-Like Electrical Sensors >>
* Smart Tags Add Touch Controls To Ordinary Objects >>
* VMware acquires CloudHealth Technologies for multi-cloud management >>

* Flashing checkerboard patterns let us see a picture that doesn’t exist >>
* This Is A 3d Map Of 400,000 Hot Massive Stars Located Within 10,000 Light-years From The Sun, Thanks To Gaia! >>
* E.T., Phone Earth? How Neutron-Star Crashes Could Help Aliens Call Us >>

* The best 3D printers you can buy >>
* Microsoft’s ‘Xbox All Access’ Lets You Pay for a Console in Monthly Installments >>
* Sun-powered car shines in American Solar Challenge >>

* Starkey’s AI Transforms Hearing Aids Into Smart Wearables >>
* Squishy Transistors for Shark-Like Electrical Sensors >>
* Honor Play is a gaming phone with ‘GPU Turbo’ and AI-powered rumble >>

* Hackable humans and digital dictators: Q&A with Yuval Noah Harari >>
* BBC Documentary — Mars A Traveller’s Guide | BBC Documentary 2017 >>
* Kairos’ Brian Brackeen to show off facial recognition tech at Disrupt SF >>

* How Microservices Saved the Internet >>
* Sony’s adorable new Aibo comes to the US >>
* Does Google Actually Make Us Dumber? >>

* Amazon rolls out collaborative wish lists to everyone >>
* Judge extends ban on publication of 3D-printed gun designs >>
* Vespa’s first electric scooter goes on sale in Europe this October >>

* ‘Disney Play’ is the company’s Netflix competitor >>
* Google Gboard can use selfies to create a ‘Mini’ version of you >>
* Oculus co-founder trashes Magic Leap headset in review, calling it a ‘tragic heap’ >>

* ‘Streets of Rage 4′ revives Sega’s beat ’em up classic >>
* Scientists Warn the UN of Capitalism’s Imminent Demise >>
* How to decode the secret language of birds >>

* These probiotics for bees are designed to boost insect immune systems >>
* Understanding glioblastoma, the most common—and lethal—form of brain cancer >>
* Swedrop Disposable Stormwater filter >>

* Inside The United Nations’ Effort To Regulate Autonomous Killer Robots >>

* Introduction to Docker Monitoring >>
* How Do Machines Learn? >>
* Python Machine Learning: Tasks and Applications >>
* What About the Testing You Can’t Automate? >>
* GitOps — Git Push All the Things >>

* Master JIRA, Scrum & Agile with This $29 Project Management Training >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 August 2018

* Video shows the amazing reverse-filter that stops small particles but lets large ones through >>
* Dinosaur DNA clues unpicked by researchers at University of Kent >>

* Deepfakes for dancing: you can now use AI to fake those dance moves >>
* Bill Gates Argues ‘Supply and Demand’ Doesn’t Apply To Software >>
* China Built the World’s Largest Telescope. Then Came the Tourists >>

* Teaching Bots Learn by Watching Human Behavior – Ep. 67 >>
* Principles for Microservices Integration >>

* Why Elon Musk Reversed Course on Taking Tesla Private >>
* Geoengineering and Coral Farming are now being tested to save World’s Coral >>
* How To Handle A Medical Emergency On A Deep Space Mission >>

* Mass Shooting at Madden Video Game Tournament in Florida >>
* Videogame Developers Are Making It Harder To Stop Playing >>
* Fortnite app allowed hackers to secretly install anything on Android phones >>

* Rebuilding employee philanthropy from the bottom up >>
* School internet filter maker launches suicide risk detector >>
* This Virtual Pupper Could Help Prevent Dog Attacks >>

* Mozilla’s VR Hubs Can Now Share Web, Clipboard, And Uploaded Content >>
* Small-Town Ingenuity Is Making Gigabit Broadband a Reality >>

* Fire on Earth >>
* Cryptocurrency and blockchain bring Asia funds to the forefront of U.S. tech >>
* US election campaign technology from 2008 to 2018, and beyond >>

* Air Conditioning needs to be as efficient as possible >>
* Natural gas and renewables will be most of US power and US will export oil, coal and gas >>
* Meet Mr. Steven, SpaceX’s Rocket Nose-Cone-Catching Boat >>

* Global race for transformative molten salt nuclear includes Bill Gates and China >>
* NASA reveals plans for PERMANENT moon base as agency declares ‘we want lots of humans in space’ >>
* Artificial Blood from Stem Cells >>

* Watch NASA’s X-Ray-Hunting Pulsar Detector Do a Cosmic Dance in Space >>
* With The Help Of AI, You Too Can Dance Like Bruno Mars >>
* The Honor Play is a gaming phone with ‘GPU Turbo’ and AI-powered rumble >>

* Gamescom 2018 Hands-On: Crazy Machines VR Needs Just A Little More Invention >>
* 9 fascinating things I learned while coding up the rules of a board game >>
* The Problem With Machine Learning In Healthcare >>

* It’s Really Easy for Hackers to Take Control of Robots >>
* Chinese tech start-ups feel Elon Musk’s pain as 996 work culture takes a toll >>
* China-Africa relations set model for South-South cooperation >>

* China manages joint ventures under WTO framework: Experts >>
* EarPrint technology builds a custom sound profile as unique as your ears. >>
* 7 Can’t-Miss Continuous Testing Sessions at Accelerate 2018 >>

* New facial recognition system catches first imposter at US airport >>
* Software Test Automation and AI >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 August 2018

* Future elections may be swayed by intelligent, weaponized chatbots >>
* Mind-reading video game helps children with ADHD concentrate better >>
* BrainsWay’s Brain Stimulation Device Receives FDA Approval to Treat Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder >>

* How to Print an Electric Motor >>
* In 2019, China and Russia will start using floating nuclear reactors for oil and gas rigs and military bases >>
* New $36,000 farm drone sprays pesticides and fertilisers in just 15 MINUTES (1/4 time it takes a human) >>

* Highlights from JupyterCon in New York 2018 >>
* Jupyter trends in 2018 >>
* Automation Makes Microservices Security Practical to Deliver >>

* Nose breathing in yoga may calm the mind by slowing brainwaves >>
* Scans cut heart attack rates and save lives, major study finds >>
* India says it will send a human to space by 2022 >>

* As Japan’s farmers age, drones help with heavy lifting >>
* IBM Watson Finds Its Way Into Games and Virtual Reality Applications >>

* World’s cleanest drop of water reveals why nothing is ever truly clean >>
* Openwater portable MRI will be 1000 times cheaper with 1 million times the resolution >>
* Open Water developing cheap, wearable, high-resolution MRI using holograms reform light passing through the body >>

* The F-35 Lightning fighter can’t stand up to real lightning >>
* Progress in Laser cooling of antihydrogen atoms which allow more precise meaurements >>
* Tesla is staying public at this time >>

* Russia has combat tested passive exoskeleton and electrically modified camouflage >>
* Video Friday: China’s Legged Robots Parade, and More >>
* MIT Researchers Develop Seamless Underwater-to-Air Communication System >>

* In the Age of IoT, the FCC’s Way of Valuing Radio Spectrum Is Broken >>
* Naval Power, oil and debt were keys to world power but cyber, space and finance keys to future >>
* $700 billion case to fight food waste >>

* Game over, machines: Humans defeat OpenAI bots once again at video games Olympics >>
* Japan Wants To Bring Flying Cars To Its Skies >>
* Corporate Cybersecurity Is Becoming Geopolitical. Are U.S. Tech Companies Ready? >>

* US plans to build and man a Lunar Gateway Platform by 2024 >>
* Open Water fMRI will be able to read your mind >>
* We can train ourselves to be better at knowing when we are wrong >>

* Magic Leap’s first developer conference is coming to LA in October >>
* Scientists Deliver a Longer-Lasting Lithium-Oxygen Battery >>
* World Bank launches first bond instrument built on a blockchain with the Australian Bank >>

* Machine learning and AI technologies and platforms at AWS >>
* An End-to-End Approach for Scaling Up Spectral Clustering >>
* How Logitech Made a Vertical Mouse That Somehow Still Looks Great >>

* AI art, brand therapists and more >>
* US airports’ new facial recognition tech spots first imposter >>
* AWS cuts in half the price of most of its Lightsail virtual private servers >>

* Alphabet puts down more roots in China with local Waymo office >>
* Audi’s PB 18 E-Tron is a supercar spaceship >>

* Scientists Are Starting to Test Claims About “Microdosing” >>
* ‘Unreleased Google Pixel 3 XL’ goes on sale for $2,000 months ahead of its release >>
* Scientists build £3.8m telescope to unlock the secrets of mysterious ‘fast radio bursts’ >>

* Out of this world: Spectacular time-lapse photography shows Earth in a whole new light >>
* New NASA VR Apps Let You Take Space Selfies and Visit Strange New Worlds >>
* Recessions usually occur 10-22 months after interest rate curve inverts >>

* Linux Turns 27 >>
* Alphabet’s Plans for a China Comeback Go Beyond Google Search >>
* Artificial muscles and prosthetics could be made of gel-infused wood >>

* Water management is complex and dynamic and requires better understanding and measurement >>
* Electrons that behaves like light in twelve-sided graphene quasicrystal >>
* TorrentFreak is Blocked as a Pirate Site and Hacking Resource >>

* Rent a Private Pool For the Day With This ‘Airbnb For Pools’ >>
* ‘Fortnite’ will introduce a ‘robust competition system’ in the fall >>
* The filmmakers behind ‘Searching’ know why you’re skeptical about computer screen movies >>

* Will Machine Learning AI Make Human Translators An Endangered Species? >>
* Solar-powered quadcopter drone takes flight >>
* Scientists Have Discovered The Protein That Enables Hearing And Balance >>

* Pentagon Report: China’s Space Program ‘Continues to Mature Rapidly’ >>
* Colorado Airport Receives FAA Spaceport License >>
* SpaceX’s New Astronaut Walkway Represents a Step Toward Crewed Flight >>

* Dust Off Your Lunar Colony Plans. There’s Definitely Ice At The Moon’s Poles. >>
* Earth’s Magnetic Field Can Reverse Poles Ridiculously Quickly, Study Suggests >>
* US Astronauts Could Fly to Moon-Orbiting Station by 2024, Pence Tells NASA >>

* Gamma-Rays Spewed As a Black Hole Forms Might ‘Reverse Time’ >>
* Asteroid Billiards: This Wild Idea to Protect Earth Just Might Work >>

* Shameless’ Season 9 Spoilers: Former ‘Friends’ Star Courteney Cox Joins The Cast Along With Katey Sagal >>
* ‘Lucifer’ Season 4: The Mysterious Priest Has Just Been Named And What Will Eve’s New Role Signal For Lucifer? >>
* The Big Bang Theory: After floundering last season, top sitcom is wise to wrap up >>

* Shooting Down Nukes From Space Is Harder Than It Sounds >>
* ‘Seed’ is an ambitious, massively multiplayer city builder >>
* What to expect at IFA 2018 >>

* How Microservices Saved the Internet >>
* 3 Ways Artificial Intelligence Will Change Digital Marketing >>
* The Rise of Machine Learning >>

* Assessing Quality of AI Models from QA Standpoint >>
* DevOps Technician Training: Think Requirements, Not Solutions >>
* 5 Tools to Speed Up Your App Development >>

* a16z Podcast: When Organic Growth Goes Enterprise >>
* FOCAC Beijing summit to outline roadmap for future China-Africa cooperation >>
* A green path to wealth: ecological economy booms in Chinese villages >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 August

* 8K VR with the Insta360 Pro 2 >>
* NASA Will Launch a Laser Into Space Next Month to Track Earth’s Melting Ice >>

* Smart Isolation: How AI Sets People Apart >>
* New Telescope Chases the Mysteries of Radio Flashes and Dark Energy >>
* A Tour Of A Facility Where $100 Million Commercial Satellites Are Created >>

* Pro Gamers Fend off Elon Musk’s AI Bots—for Now >>
* Sony’s adorable new Aibo comes to the US in Sept, priced at $2,899 >>
* NASA Lab Develops Space-Based AI That Gives Directions >>

* LG adds an exoskeleton to its line of CLOi robots >>
* Less Fire, More Power: The Secret to Safer Lithium-Ion Batteries >>
* What happens when a hurricane unleashes toxic chemicals? >>

* Mandarin Language Learners Get a Boost From AI >>
* 5 automation trends in software development, quantified >>
* Court rules warrants are needed for cops to access smart electrical meter data >>

* Scientists find cheap way to turn gases into liquids >>
* How to survive the AI-led era when machines work better than you >>
* To Build Trust In Artificial Intelligence, IBM Wants Developers To Prove Their Algorithms Are Fair >>

* Freak gravitational waves could form black holes and destroy Earth >>
* The Origins of Human Morality >>
* Artificial stupidity could help save humanity from an AI takeover >>

* Why Use Microservices? >>
* DJI’s Mavic 2 brings key camera upgrades to the folding drone >>
* Windows 95 is now an app you can download and install on macOS, Windows, and Linux >>

* China’s Bold Moon Sample-Return Mission Will Target a Young Volcanic Plain >>
* Building Bricks On The Moon From Lunar Dust >>
* ‘The Big Bang Theory,’ a Durable Hit for CBS, Will End in 2019 >>

* China is still 10-20 years from matching US economy and 20-40 years from matching US military >>
* Gravity Jet Suit Flight experiences now and Future Racing Events >>
* NASA Is Making an AI-Based GPS for Space >>

* Asteroid mining for water with a few hundred spacecraft can be profitable >>
* Algorithms provide more performance gain than hardware in many cases >>
* Carbon nanotube NRAM computer memory will start to ship in 2019 >>

* Teardown chaps strip away magic from Magic Leap’s nerd goggles >>
* First randomised-controlled trial of an employee “Wellness Programme” suggests they are a waste of money >>
* OpenAI bots smashed in their first clash against human Dota 2 pros >>

* TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2018 dives deep into artificial intelligence and machine learning >>
* Create a translator chatbot using Amazon Translate and Amazon Lex >>
* Cosmic Watch Review: A Unique Perspective On The Night Sky >>

* Infiniti Prepares for a Fancy, Electric Future With a Sleek New Concept >>
* Elon Musk Wants to Take Tesla Private. Can He Make the Math Work? >>
* Tissue architecture affects chromosome segregation >>

* Oculus debuts three VR experiences that tackle timely social issues >>
* IBM files patent for coffee-delivering drones that can sense your mood >>
* DJI Mavic 2 Pro and Mavic 2 Zoom: Everything you need to know >>

* IBM Research Train African Data Scientists >>
* Our brains have ‘auto-correct’ to handle tricky sounds >>
* Flip the switch to lose fat: Scientists discover brain cells which can be activated to banish hunger and stop people overeating >>

* Painting created by an AI ‘artist’ goes up for auction for the first time and is expected to fetch up to $10,000 >>
* It’s too soon to tell if robots help autistic children’s social skills >>
* Clay found only in Oregon may offer hope in tackling the growing threat of antibiotic resistance >>

* Smoking cannabis ages the brain by an average of 2.8 YEARS – compared to four years in schizophrenics, major study finds >>
* One bad night’s sleep can make you put on fat and lose muscle mass >>
* US and China slapped a bunch of tariffs on each other again, and their first talks in months went nowhere >>

* How humans could talk to aliens >>
* 24-core CPU and I can’t type an email (part two) >>
* China Is Serious About Cracking Down on Cryptocurrency >>

* Get Ready to Accelerate AI >>
* Space Force Risks Escalating a ‘Space Arms Race’ >>
* Continuous Deployment Through Jenkins >>

* The Making of The Brand-New Professional Scrum Master II Clas >>
* The Future of Connected Vehicles >>

* The Journey from ITSM to DevOps Begins With Willingness to Fail >>
* The Best of “npm install -g” >>
* INSIDE IMOGEN HEAP’S CUTTING-EDGE VR CONCERT >>

* This Brain Machine Interface Turns Your Thoughts into Movements >>
* Reimagining Mobility With Blockchain >>

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* Wireless communication breaks through water-air barrier >>
* A VR-powered circus is opening its first (virtual) big top in Los Angeles >>
* IBM has invented coffee drones – and they predict when you need a cup >>

* Christie’s will auction AI-generated art for the first time >>
* The Desperate Quest for Genomic Compression Algorithms >>

* Ancient Quasars Provide Incredible Evidence for Quantum Entanglement >>
* Physicists Think They’ve Spotted the Ghosts of Black Holes from Another Universe >>
* The radical moral implications of luck in human life >>

* Future of Work with John Hagel at SU Global Summit 2018 >>
* Pre-building capability for a AI system >>
* Neural interfaces to connect humans and AI – SU Global Summit 2018 >>

* At Y Combinator, Startups Manage Molecules Rather Than Code >>
* Prehistoric girl had parents belonging to different human species >>
* Algorithm beats humans for sniffing out fake news >>

* Study: Cellular changes lead to chronic allergic inflammation in the sinus >>
* Target’s same-day delivery reaches 1,100+ stores, Drive Up to reach 1,000 by year-end >>
* Elon Musk Gives A Rare Tour Of One Of His Tesla Factories >>

* What’s Coming and Going on Netflix in September 2018 >>
* DaVinci Resolve 15 is a free, Hollywood-grade video editor >>
* New artificial intelligence MRI scans could take just five minutes instead of 90 >>

* DEMON drone: Ukrainian craft can be fitted with guns, explosives or rocket-propelled grenades >>
* Netflix testing a payment feature to bypass Apple’s app store and avoid giving the iPhone maker a cut >>
* Top 10 Security Risks in Serverless Architectures >>

* Tech Giants Are Becoming Defenders of Democracy. Now What? >>
* Autonomous Underwater Robotics >>
* The top 10 startups from Y Combinator’s Demo Day S18 Day 2 >>

* Singularity University’s Global Startup Program will help entrepreneurs develop radical ideas and create real global impact >>
* AI could make MRI scans as much as 10 times faster >>
* Sorry, hot yoga fans. Sweating doesn’t cleanse your body. >>

* Tomorrow’s Doctors Must Be Engineers Too >>
* Stratolaunch will have four kinds of air-launched rockets >>
* Senescent cells associated with Alzheimers disease >>

* You Spend More Than 5 Hours Each Week Checking Your Email >>
* These Lithium-Ion Batteries Harden on Impact, Won’t Catch Fire >>
* Chrome 69 is Coming: Not Just a New Look But Flash’s Life is About To Get Even Harder >>

* Factsheets for AI Services >>
* Say goodbye to the company that made the cute Kuri robot >>
* The Russian maker of the AK-47 just unveiled a golden robot straight out of ‘Aliens’ >>

* Earth’s Mini-moons Are The Perfect Targets To Test Out Asteroid Mining >>
* Why We Can’t Depend on Robots to Find Life on Mars >>
* NASA Approves ‘Load-and-Go’ Fueling for SpaceX Commercial Crew Launches >>

* Vice President Pence Will Talk Moon Return in NASA Speech Thursday >>
* Baby Exoplanet Weighed for First Time >>
* A ‘Flyby’ Model for Early Solar System Evolution >>

* Asteroids get spun so fast by the force of sunlight they fall apart >>
* Asteroids have caused 26 nuclear bomb sized explosions since 2000 – SU Global Summit 2018 >>
* Get Ready to Accelerate AI >>

* How to answer these 10 tricky questions tactfully in a job interview >>
* Network monitoring is hard… If only there was some kind of machine that could learn to do it >>
* Threads On-demand Is The Future >>

* New speed record set for training deep learning models on AWS >>
* Nokia will make €3 for every 5G smartphone sold >>
* Scientists Use Low-Key CRISPR Technique to End Marfan Syndrome >>

* The parasitic plant that turns wasps into MUMMIES >>
* New version of Alexa gives kid-friendly answers >>
* Newly found gut enzymes could make all blood types ‘universal’ >>

* Facebook is now rating your ‘trustworthiness’ >>
* The Universe Is Disappearing, And There’s Nothing We Can Do To Stop It >>
* Mozilla’s VR Hubs Gets Copy & Paste Video, 3D Model Sharing And More >>

* Build a Scheduler Slackbot in 30 Minutes! >>
* Continuous Deployment Through Jenkins >>
* Gene Kim and DOES’18 Speakers [Video] >>

* What Is GitOps, Really? >>
* Introducing the Cultural Leadership Fund >>
* “How Do I Start With AI?”: Answering the Multi-Billion Dollar Question >>

* Give AI curiosity, and it will watch TV forever >>
* Norway’s $47BN Coastal Highway >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 August 2018

* Colorado Prepares to Install ‘Smart Road’ Product by Integrated Roadways >>
* Aeolus Satellite Uses Powerful Ultraviolet Lidar to Measure Wind Speeds From Space >>
* book | Artificial Intelligence >>

* Suzanne Gildert CEO of Sanctuary AI is Making Synthetic Humanlike Robots -SU Summit 2018 >>
* China receiving the remainder of an order of twenty-four SU-35 Russian jets in 2018 >>
* How AI Can Spot Exam Cheats and Raise Standards >>

* Bacteria can be used to turn type A blood into universal type O >>
* Nanofibre net draws drinking water from the air for drought-hit people >>
* Nanobots can eat nerve agents and then spit out an antidote >>

* It’s really complicated to connect the Home of the Future >>
* Microsoft co-founder’s space venture plans to create three new rockets, including a spaceplane >>

* 10 startups that caught our eye from day 1 of YC Demo Day S18 >>
* A Sydney blockchain startup is helping power this new smart speaker that pays the artists it plays >>
* Chatbots are now an almost essential part of a successful business >>

* A New CRISPR Technique Let Researchers Repair a Genetic Mutation in Viable Human Embryos >>
* Bill Gates Says We Need New Economic Models That Take Tech Into Account >>
* An Enzyme Found in Our Guts Could Increase Our Blood Supply >>

* Chinese internet users surge to 802 million >>
* How to Turn Off Those Awful New Ads on Netflix >>
* Google Assistant’s latest feature delivers just the ‘good news’ >>

* Largest brain study of 62,454 scans identifies drivers of brain aging >>
* Book Review: AI Safety and Security >>
* What Will Quantum Computer Games Be Like? >>

* ‘We Are All Accumulating Mountains of Things’ >>
* This wearable chair allows you to sit anywhere at any time >>
* Hackers steal $1 MILLION from the world’s economy every 60 seconds with 1,861 people falling victim to cyber attacks each minute >>

* Becoming an exponential winner – SU Summit 2018 >>
* A Future World of Haves and Super-Haves SU Global Summit 2018 >>
* Astronomy Picture of the Day; Glowing Elements in the Soul Nebula >>

* Gig Economy Pressures Make Drivers ‘More Likely To Crash’ >>
* LinkedIn opens up data to researchers to learn about the job market >>
* Facebook is judging how trustworthy you are: What you need to know >>

* Water Ice on the moon is definitively confirmed >>
* Stratolaunch Unveils New Rockets, Space Plane to Launch from World’s Largest Airplane >>
* NASA Spacecraft Begins Final Approach to Big Asteroid Bennu >>

* Another Way To Search For Biosignatures Of Alien Life. The Material Blasted Out Of Asteroid Impacts >>
* Lockheed Martin Shows Off Its New Space Habitat >>
* Managing your expenses with Amazon Lex >>

* Gmail’s undo send feature hits Android >>
* Research: When the Economy Is Good, Employers Demand Fewer Credentials >>
* a16z Podcast: Crypto and the Evolution of Open Source >>

* Adobe’s marketing tools will soon use AI to predict the best times to send emails >>
* Watch Xbox’s Gamescom event right here at 10:30AM ET! >>
* Nvidia GeForce RTX: Every game that supports real-time ray tracing and Deep Learning Super Sampling >>

* Stratolaunch’s new satellite carriers include a reusable space plane >>
* Laughing gas warmed early Earth a billion years ago and sparked the emergence of life >>
* The ‘moon bricks’ made from lunar dust could build mankind’s first home on another planet >>

* World’s First Wind-Mapping Satellite Set to Launch >>
* Can a fire burn in the vacuum of space? >>
* 40 totally amazing technological advancements that we don’t even notice anymore >>

* High-speed atomic force microscopy reveals clock protein interactions >>
* Solving the Water Problem >>

* Amazon turned its ‘The Grand Tour’ TV series into a racing game >>
* Sony’s smart light is now compatible with Google Assistant >>
* HTC Vive Wireless Adapter Launches This September For $300 >>

* Community Download: What Does NVIDIA’s RTX 20 Series Mean For VR? >>
* A Day In The Life Of A Waymo Self-driving Taxi >>
* A porn company promises to insert customers into scenes using deepfakes >>

* Can ML and AI Tackle Fake News? >>
* The Insta360 PRO 2 >>
* From living on savings to grossing USD 72K in 2 months >>

* A green path to wealth: ecological economy booms in Chinese villages >>
* ‘Dark Souls Trilogy’ collection is coming to PS4 and Xbox One >>
* Google’s Data Collection is Hard To Escape, Study Claims >>

* With Embryo Base Editing, China Gets Another Crispr First >>
* NASA might let SpaceX fuel rockets with astronauts on board >>
* Logitech’s MX Vertical turns the company’s best mouse on its head >>

* event | Tech X Africa >>
* UK buys Israeli anti-drone system which uses 5 kilowatt laser to takeout drones up to 2000 meters away >>
* SU Global Exponential Medicine – self-healable electronic skin >>

* 2014 MU69: Next Target for New Horizons >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 August 2018

* NVIDIA’s $1,199 RTX 2080 Ti is the fastest GeForce card ever >>
* Robotics-as-a-service is on the way and inVia Robotics is leading the charge >>
* The next generation of AI assistants in enterprise >>

* MIT’s ‘GPS’ for the body can locate hidden implants >>
* A “GPS for inside your body” >>
* NYU and Facebook team up to supercharge MRI scans with AI >>

* Antidepressant restores youthful flexibility to aging inhibitory neurons >>
* Biological engineers discover new antibiotic candidates >>
* EU draft law would force sites to remove extremist content >>

* A.I. camera could help self-driving cars ‘see’ better >>
* Send in the lawyers to win the fight against climate change >>
* Paper batteries use electron-harvesting bacteria to make electricity >>

* Self-Driving Cars Should Look Down, Not Just Ahead >>
* Robotics researchers expand their Duckietown autonomous car course to Kickstarter >>
* Artificial Intelligence: Automating Decision-Making >>

* People are LESS likely to lie if they are speaking a foreign language >>
* See how your brain beats along with your heart in amplified MRI >>
* I used robot mop to clean my floors to see if it could do a better job — and it did >>

* Keeping artificial intelligence accountable to humans >>
* Light from ancient quasars helps confirm quantum entanglement >>
* IBM, Maersk launch blockchain-based shipping platform with 94 early adopters >>

* Microsoft delivers promised end- to-end Skype encryption option >>
* Weird Al’s first journey into VR is a short called ‘Shady Friend’ >>
* Japan trials AI and robots to boost English skills in schools >>

* Apple cracks down on gambling apps in China >>
* Logitech’s vertical mouse could save your wrist >>
* Pigs can recognise human faces: The farm animals use our mouths and noses to tell whether they’re looking at the front or back of our heads >>

* Life may have begun on Earth 100 million years earlier than we thought >>
* Scientists create biodegradable battery fuelled by freeze-dried BACTERIA that could power HIV tests and other medical devices in poor countries >>
* Self-declared ‘cyborg’ has injected microchips into his hands and wrists that open his front door, start up his motorcycle and unlock drawers in his home >>

* The Prevalence of ‘Water Worlds’ >>
* Singularity University Global Summit 2018 >>
* A fully annotated wheat genome good be used to massively boost wheat crop yields >>

* Should your next video game be on blockchain? >>
* Mars’ skies are clearing up, but the Opportunity rover is still fast asleep >>
* Last week in tech: Robot murder, Google tracking, and Netflix ads >>

* An adult film company wants to put users into deepfake porn >>
* Here’s why Netflix deleted all user reviews from its website >>
* It’s Not Technology That’s Disrupting Our Jobs >>

* Weaponizing oxygen to kill infections and disease >>
* Disruptive Technologies and Dangerous Ideas — Ray Kurzweil & Peter Diamandis >>
* The Self-Driving Startup Teaching Cars to Talk >>

* 385 Feet of Crazy: The Most Audacious Flying Machine Ever >>
* Uber’s Vision of Self-Driving Cars Begins to Blur >>
* Interviewing Elon Musk >>

* Egypt Fights Terrorism By Censoring Web Sites, Threatening Jail Time For Accessing Them >>
* Investigating Earth’s earliest life >>

* ‘Hard-Rock Excavation’ Begins for Giant Magellan Telescope in Chile >>
* Will We Ever Stop Using Rockets to Get to Space? >>

* Unity isn’t just for video games anymore — it can also help you build a career >>
* Hug your old Mac with these retro pillows >>

* Microsoft’s HoloLens Mall Demos Bring Early AR Glasses To The Masses >>
* How NVIDIA’s New RTX Series Changes The Future of XR >>
* Virtual reality program puts firefighter trainees in front of a raging fire to prep them for life >>

* The State of DevOps: DevOps World | Jenkins World 2018 >>
* China Will Send Two Robots to Study the Moon >>
* Service as a SKU >>

* China’s medical services bring benefits to people along Belt and Road >>
* Chinese researchers develop world’s first-ever 4D printing for ceramics >>
* In Memory Of Kofi Annan: Father Of The Modern Corporate Sustainability Movement >>

* Tsunami-like magnetic waves have been found on Ganymede >>
* If We Made Life in a Lab, Would We Understand It Differently? >>
* Keynote: “Future of Healthy Longevity” >>

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