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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 August 2018

* AI-driven robot hand spent hundred years teaching itself to rotate cube >>
* Scientists detected a radioactive molecule in space for the first time >>
* Google partners with news orgs to show more data in its search results >>

* Virtual-reality molecules bend, flex, and wiggle >>
* OpenAI’s robotic hand doesn’t need humans to teach it human behaviors >>

* Trump tweets skepticism about 3D-printed guns, but his administration cleared the way for them >>
* 3D-Printed Guns Are Unchecked and Untraceable. Starting Tomorrow, Anyone Can Download the Plans to Make One >>
* Newly legal 3D-printed gun blueprints targeted by state lawsuits >>
* Top Stories In July: How 3-d Gun Printing Became A First Amendment Case >>
* Time For America To Freak Out About 3-D Guns Again >>

* Nvidia teases GeForce event with ‘spectacular surprises’ next month >>
* World’s first autonomous indoor surveillance drone charges itself on patrols >>

* Eyes tell all for artificial intelligence — even your personality, new study finds >>
* The nuclear spotting AI that could reveal what North Korea is REALLY doing >>

* How to build a quantum-entangled blockchain that travels through time >>
* A World with Successful Reversal of Aging will first see twenty year old mice and young Stallone >>
* China uses VR eye tracking to gauge success of drug rehab >>
* MoviePass will raise prices to $15 a month while limiting access to blockbuster films >>

* Harley Davidson confirms it will launch its long-awaited electric motorbike >>
* World’s first indoor drone surveillance system autonomously patrols corridors >>
* Drones and armored vehicles are protecting US troops in the terror fight in Africa >>

* Fairness matters: Promoting pride and respect with AI >>
* Laser-blasted graphene boosts capacity of sodium-ion batteries >>
* Yes, humans are depleting Earth’s resources, but ‘footprint’ estimates don’t tell the full story >>

* Apple may include support for a second SIM card in new iPhones >>
* 3 Ways AI Is Getting More Emotional >>
* NASA’s TESS spacecraft begins its search for exoplanets >>

* These windows could keep the sun out while powering your house >>
* Tesla’s $1,500 carbon fiber surfboard is dumb >>
* Test.ai nabs $11M Series A led by Google to put bots to work testing apps >>

* The Istio service mesh hits version 1.0 >>
* Report: MoviePass will not let subscribers watch some big new releases >>

* Toyota’s latest hydrogen-powered semi boasts 300-mile range >>
* Mammoth Biosciences raises $23 million for its CRISPR-based disease detection engine >>
* 3D-Printed Batteries Could Mean Lightweight, Longer-Lasting Electronics >>

* Firefox is picking a new logo, and it wants your honest opinion >>
* The Futuristic Palm-sized Sensor That Can Analyze Your Body Fat Percentage >>
* Nokia scores a $3.5bn deal to inflict 5G on T-Mobile customers >>
* Autism could be prevented with custom probiotics for pregnant women >>

* Swift Observatory: Scanning the Sky for Gamma-ray Bursts >>
* Mars Is At Its Closest to Earth Since 2003 Today! It Won’t Be Closer Until 2287 >>
* With All These New Planets Found In The Habitable Zone, Maybe It’s Time To Fine Tune The Habitable Zone >>

* The Internet is Changing its Mind about Elon Musk >>
* NASA just binned Elon Musk’s plans to terraform Mars >>

* Looking for a restaurant on Google Maps feels like you’re dating >>
* Our August Talks at Google roundup: the ultimate spectator sport >>
* The cloud will serve your business well >>

* A Radioactive Molecule Is Detected in Space — An Incredible First! >>
* Jeff Bezos’ parents could make $30bn from 1995 Amazon investment >>
* A Timeline Of MoviePass’s Rapid Rise And Fall >>

* Install Arch Linux on Windows 10 Hyper-V >>
* What Happens When You Move to the Public Cloud? >>
* YAML and Its Usage in Kubernetes >>

* How to Use Basic Jenkins Pipelines >>
* Parallel Workflows on Kubernetes >>
* China launches high-resolution Earth observation satellite >>

* All You Need to Know About Neural Networks: Part 2 >>
* Oracle vs. Hadoop >>
* New call for companies to front up over data mining >>

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