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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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