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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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