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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 August 2018

* 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 >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 August 2018 https://wp.me/puxrR-2Bx

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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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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 August 2018

* Boffins build smallest transistor, controlled by an atom >>
* Microsoft’s Glasses Monitor Blood Pressure >>
* New 5G networks aimed at cord cutters >>

* Scientists Are Developing A Unique Identifier For Your Brain >>
* Linux Study Argues Monolithic OS Design Leads To Critical Exploits >>
* Windows Subsystem for Linux >>

* Researchers calculate that sound has negative mass and negative gravity >>
* Miso Robotics: new age of robots working in the kitchen >>

* In a cashless society, mobile payments are the change homeless people need >>
* Bill Gates offers a simple explanation for why the economy works differently now >>

* Scientists are baffled by mysterious space object nicknamed ‘the cow’ >>
* New AI system will help us discover the most effective behaviour change strategies >>
* This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web >>

* Oldest galaxies in the universe discovered right on our doorstep >>
* The Universe as We Understand It May Be Impossible >>
* Lockheed Martin gives first look into where astronauts may live on missions to deep space >>

* Australian fossil bacteria dating back 3.4 billion years could be earliest evidence of life >>
* Build a model to predict the impact of weather on urban air quality >>

* Google is using AI to run its data center cooling systems >>
* NYU Medical School Students Will Get Free Tuition >>
* MIT can secure cloud-based AI without slowing it down >>

* Aubrey de Grey — We Will End Aging >>
* Within 5 years, World could widely accept within striking distance of post aging world >>
* Uber is investing its revenue in everything from scooters and bikes to flying taxis >>

* CRISPR powers the hunt for new, better antidepressants >>
* Mysterious X-37B unmanned Nasa space plane nears one year in orbit >>
* How to Make a Robot Use Theory of Mind >>

* Would you subscribe to toilet paper or organic tampons? >>
* Inside Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner Spaceship Hangar >>
* ‘Foreign Object’ on Mars Spotted by Curiosity Rover Is Just a Rock >>

* Including population control in climate policy risks human tragedy >>
* Future robot swarms should copy lazy ants who let others do the work >>
* The incredible 3D printed ‘gills’ that could let humans LIVE underwater >>

* OpenAI Is Beating Humans At ‘Dota 2’ Because It’s Basically Cheating >>
* New drug target may curb cocaine relapse >>
* Scientists discover strange ‘inside-out’ nebula >>

* Let this AI bot turn your words into vaguely-recognizable pictures >>
* Deploy a TensorFlow trained image classification model to AWS DeepLens >>

* Settling Arguments About Hydrogen With 168 Giant Lasers >>
* DNA Nanostructures Strenghtened to Survive Harsh Environments >>
* Netflix is testing ads and people are freaking out >>

* Arecibo Observatory: Watching for Asteroids, Waiting for E.T. >>
* NASA Says RS-25 Engine Test for New Megarocket a Success Despite Ending Early >>
* Mysterious Midsize Black Holes Lurk at the Hearts of Tiny Galaxies >>

* Whiteboard Session: How to Work Successfully Across Borders >>
* Scrum and Technical Excellence >>
* Agile – Roots and Current State >>

* “Unorthodox” AI Helps Identify Best Cancer Treatments >>
* Boring Company 3 mile long 150mph hyperloop subway to Dodger stadium could ready by end of 2019 >>
* Video Friday: Teaching a Robot to Pick Up a Knife, and More >>

* AI Is the Future—But Where Are the Women? >>
* Nuclear energy generation should add 26 GWe in 2018 and 2019 >>
* Astronaut Snaps ‘Mind-Blowing’ Aurora Picture from Space >>

* Elon Musk will have to prove funding at time of Tesla buyout tweet or risk jail like Martha Stewart >>
* SEC subpoenas Tesla about privitization but Cornell Law Prof thinks Elon is safe from SEC >>
* Elon Musk says past year “the most difficult and painful year of my career” >>
* Elon Musk says Tesla could build $25,000 EV in about ‘three years’ >>

* Claimed Room Temperature Superconductor awaits independent confirmation >>
* Six injections a year of Fasenra fixes root cause of extreme Asthma in many people >>
* SpaceX on track for an April 2019 manned crewed dragon space mission >>

* Power the Small Cells to Prepare for 5G >>
* Researchers projected post-2008 crisis growth through 2100 and then talked about 7% economic cost of climate damage >>
* GitHub goes off the Rails as Microsoft closes in >>

* Gillmor Gang: Private Lives >>
* Company Embeds Microchips in Its Employees, and They Love It >>
* Flight-Simulator Enthusiasts Confident of Real-World Skills >>

* How next-gen motion capture will supercharge VR arcades >>
* Cortana-powered thermostat to work with Alexa, Google Assistant >>
* Bot Panic Hits Amazon’s Mechanical Turk >>

* Klarity uses AI to strip drudgery from contract review >>
* Safety-first AI for autonomous data center cooling and industrial control >>
* The Curious Case of a Revolutionary (But Imaginary?) Superconductor >>

* Sidewalk Labs’ Bid to Reinvent Toronto Starts With Shape-Shifting Streets >>
* More efficient security for cloud-based machine learning >>
* Why universal basic income costs far less than you think >>

* The Reality Ecosystem: What AR/VR/XR needs to go big >>
* Autonomous retail startup Inokyo’s first store feels like stealing >>
* China is the fastest growing smart speaker market >>

* Tiny ASTERIA satellite achieves a first for CubeSats >>
* Wifi Could Be Used To Detect Guns and Bombs, Researchers >>

* Two MIT students just solved Richard Feynman’s famed physics puzzle >>
* $15 million for 100 qubit trapped ion quantum computer project >>

* Why vaccine opponents think they know more than medical experts >>
* HIV drug reduces virus, boosts immunity in hard-to-treat patients >>
* Scientists figure out why stellar black holes explode in size >>

* HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier heads to US to carry first aircraft >>
* Many Exoplanets may contain upto 50% water. Much more than Earth’s 0.02% (by weight) water content. >>

* AI in the Works >>
* First mouse model to mimic lung disease could speed discovery of effective treatments >>
* With Q#, Microsoft is throwing programmers the keys to quantum >>

* Hundreds of autism genes found to be triggered by a single key protein >>
* Wheat gene map to help ‘feed the world’ >>
* AI can peer pressure you, too >>

* Google One launches with cheaper cloud storage plans >>
* Physicists fight laser chaos with quantum chaos to improve laser performance >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 August 2018

* NASA Has a Wild Idea to Weigh Asteroids with a Swarm of Mini Probes >>
* Elon Musk’s Boring Company wants to build a tunnel to Dodger Stadium >>
* Holographic “digital wife” now on sale for $1352 >>

* Laser ‘License Plate’ Could Improve Identification of Cubesats >>
* As Pentagon Moves to Stand Up Space Force, Budget Fight Looms >>
* Amazon reportedly wants to buy a movie theater chain >>

* China unveils Chang’e-4 rover to explore Moon’s far side >>
* Experiment module of China’s space station completes propulsion tests >>
* ‘No Encryption, No Fly’ Rule Proposed for Small Satellites >>

* Replacing your boss with a cruel robot could make you concentrate more >>
* A drug’s weird side effect lets people control their dreams >>
* Why the US is worried a Russian satellite might be a space weapon >>

* Meet your new personal trainer that is mounted on the wall >>
* Scientists Are Watching Baby Turtles from Space >>
* Within 5 years,world could accept we are within a striking distance of a post-aging world >>

* The World Economic Forum warns that AI may destabilize the financial system >>
* US targets a megawatt laser by 2023 and then deployment in drones and satellites for hypersonic and ICBM defense >>
* Eye tests show males spot movement quicker >>

* Either This Data is Incorrect or These Physicists Just Changed the World >>
* Omnidirectional Treadmill Can Track Your Real-Life Steps For VR >>

* Tesla Semi truck should start production in 2019 >>
* Global Renewable power spending has been virtually flat for seven years >>
* MoviePass is limiting selection to ‘up to six films’ a day >>

* AI service gives ‘Overwatch’ players in-game coaching >>
* VR optics could help old folks keep the world in focus >>
* MIT leads the way in spaghetti-based innovation >>

* New Zealand banned sale of homes to foreigners after too many people started treating it like their doomsday hideout >>
* It’s time to embrace video games as an Olympic sport >>
* Hey Cortana, open Alexa, You can now voice Amazon from Windows >>

* Debian Linux Turns 25 >>
* Distro inferno: Debian’s still rocking at 25 >>
* Japan’s Interstellar Technologies Goes Full Throttle Toward Small Orbital Rocket >>

* Crazy Rich Asians Is Going to Change Hollywood. It’s About Time >>
* 13 Asian-American projects set to follow “Crazy Rich Asians” >>

* Our first look at Alphabet’s smart city >>
* A top recruiter shares how you can future-proof your career >>

* Cisco shift to recurring revenue gives 3.8 billion signs that it’s working >>
* Google employees push back on censored China search engine >>
* Google Firebase adds in-app messaging, JIRA integration, new reports and more >>

* Oculus Rift support is coming to HTC’s Viveport VR store >>
* It’s time to establish big data standards >>
* Distributed Execution, Roaming SIM, Social Robot, and Bad Design >>

* The definitive verdict on Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 >>
* Climate Change Has Doubled the Frequency of Ocean Heatwaves >>
* Abnormal Heat Forecast Worldwide Through 2022 >>

* Chrome Canary speeds up browsing with partial page loads >>
* Researchers’ app extends battery life when you’re multitasking >>
* The male fish who eat their eggs because they want better babies >>

* Electric cars could use another big battery breakthrough >>
* The new MoviePass plan has arrived, and it’s weird >>
* Google employees are protesting the company’s secrecy over censored search engine in China >>

* Children are susceptible to peer pressure from robots >>
* Hands-On: Mario Kart VR Is Entirely Worth The Wait >>
* PSVR Passes Three Million Headsets Sold Worldwide >>

* The World’s 50 Largest Urban Areas, Visualized >>
* How is Blockchain Disrupting the Supply Chain Industry? >>
* Everything you need to know about 5G technology (non-technical) >>

* Python REST API Example (With Microservices) — Part 1 >>
* Machine Learning in the World of Nuclear Physics [Video] >>
* Conversational Process Automation: An AI-Powered Tool >>

* AI on a Stick: Tensor Math on USB Gives You the Edge >>
* Shrinking the Size of Our Teamscale Docker Image >>
* Creating a New Project With TeamCity >>

* To Detect Bombs Efficiently and Cheaply, Try Using Wi-Fi >>
* Want To Snag A Job Mining Asteroids Someday? You Can Now Get Your Masters In It. >>
* Creating a Space Force Could Trigger an Off-World Arms Race >>

* You Can Now Buy The World’s First Graphene Jacket, And It’s Everything You Want It To Be >>
* Who’s Gonna Charge Autonomous EVs? Seems Like It Might Be This Robot. >>
* A $50 Genetic Test Can Tell How Likely You Are to Have a Heart Attack >>

* Ping An Good Doctor’s Net loss shrinks 2.6pc on the back of a 150pc surge in revenue >>
* Tencent’s first profit drop since 2005 blamed on wait for Chinese regulators to approve new games >>
* Tightening regulations make fintechs easy takeover targets for banks stepping up digitalisation drive >>
* Chinese vice premier urges to build world-class Greater Bay Area >>

* This Elon Musk-approved documentary focuses on the wrong bits of AI >>
* After 13 Years, Scientists Finally Map the Massive Wheat Genome >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 August 2018

* Grabb-It wants to turn your car’s window into a trippy video billboard >>
* NVIDIA’s Turing GPUs can process 8K video in real time >>
* Coinbase acquires Distributed Systems to build ‘Login with Coinbase’ >>

* Spinning Heat Shield Concept Could Provide A Lightweight Way To Survive Atmospheric Re-entry >>
* Freezing And Storing Donated Organs Could Eliminate Some Transplant Waitlists >>
* Bots didn’t flop; they just became invisible >>

* Ever wondered how long it would take to watch EVERYTHING new on Netflix? 3,274 hours >>
* Weird circles in the sky may be signs of a universe before ours >>
* Sticking brain cells together with glue could boost and protect memory >>
* Scientists have invented a crystal device thinner than a human hair that could ‘turbocharge’ internet speeds >>

* WiFi can be used to spot weapons and bombs inside stadiums and schools, researchers find >>
* Jaw-dropping photo of crimson blobs uncovered in the Cairngorms sparks a frenzy online >>
* US police testing AI that learns to spot crimes in CCTV footage >>

* Google may launch a smartwatch-focused AI fitness coach >>
* Children ‘At Risk of Robot Influence’ >>
* Los Angeles will be the first US city to use subway body scanners >>
* AI for Code Encourages Collaborative, Open Scientific Discovery >>

* ‘Chemo Spray’ As Alternative to Intravenous Cancer Therapy? >>
* Google manager shares his secrets for building an effective team >>
* Building reinforcement learning applications with Ray >>
* Google just made it much harder to build a serious quantum computer >>

* New ‘Network 2030’ Group Asks: What Comes After 5G? >>
* Haru: An Experimental Social Robot From Honda Research >>

* StarVR One: 90 FPS, SteamVR Tracking 2.0 With ‘Nearly’ Human FoV >>
* Hands-On: VRGineers XTAL Is A 5K, 170-Degree FOV Headset With Hand-Tracking >>
* Researchers tap AI for more efficient road maintenance >>

* Announcing the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Hackathon: Build Intelligent Applications using machine learning APIs and serverless >>
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* AT&T faces $224 million lawsuit over cryptocurrency theft >>
* Microsoft’s phone-to-Windows app is available for Android >>
* Verizon looks to Apple and Google for live TV over 5G >>

* Build an automatic alert system to easily moderate content at scale with Amazon Rekognition Video >>
* Boffins get fish drunk to prove what any bouncer already knows >>
* Microsoft’s Chinese chatbot inspired by images to write poetry >>

* Square sellers no longer need signatures for card payments >>
* Serverless? It doesn’t have to be all or nothing >>
* Alibaba and Elastic slingshot searchable, analyticky cloud … outside China >>

* Networking Myths Dispelled >>
* Coinbase Doubles Down on the Future of Digital Identity >>
* Researchers reverse congenital blindness in mice >>

* Marine heatwaves could be 40 TIMES more frequent and last a whopping 112 days each by the end of this century >>
* We have finally figured out how to snap spaghetti into two pieces >>
* People Think Differently Around Robots — Especially When They’re Mean >>

* Propellantless interstellar travel using electric fields that is better than laser driven sails >>
* Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is a great gaming phone >>
* Robots will never replace teachers but can boost children’s education >>

* Visual Studio gains some go-faster stripes for Android emulation >>
* Android 9 Pie (Go edition) arrives this fall >>
* Doctors will grow human tissue on the International Space Station >>

* Prepared for artificial intelligence on its roads and infrastructure? >>
* India To Launch First Manned Space Mission By 2022 >>
* StarVR’s latest enterprise headset features built-in eye tracking >>
* 256GB SanDisk flash drives give you SSD-sized storage on the go >>

* Alexa-Cortana integration is now available in a public preview >>
* Samsung’s Exynos modem will make 5G phones real >>
* How 3-D Printing Exposes the Fallacy of Federal Gun Laws >>
* Bikinis and TED Talks: Can This All-Asian Competition Truly Disrupt Beauty Pageants? >>

* LHC Physicists Embrace Brute-Force Approach to Particle Hunt >>
* Robots come alive in Beijing >>
* India will send a manned flight into space for the first time by 2022 >>

* 5G: The future of the mobile industry >>
* All the TV shows that have been canceled in 2018 >>
* Omega Centauri: Improbable Venue for Life? >>

* Step Inside SpaceX’s New Crew Dragon Spaceship (Photos) >>
* Iron and Titanium Found on ‘Ultrahot Jupiter,’ an Exoplanet First >>
* Trump Touts Space Force While Signing $717 Billion Defense Bill >>
* Lockheed Martin: Aerospace Giant >>

* Germany’s Car Industry Can’t Build Its Own Battery Cells >>
* Virtual reality training helps hospital staff survive a disaster >>
* New Technology Enables the First 3D Full-Color X-Rays of Our Bodies >>

* Power struggle among Chinese regulators stalls approvals of new video and smartphone games >>
* 34-mile Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge, world’s longest sea bridge when it opens later this year. >>
* From plans to actions, Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area development proceeds >>

* Chinese scientists intend to chase solar eclipse in space >>
* China’s smartphone giants target India with new devices under separate sub-brands >>
* Alibaba offers cloud computing for Southeast Asia’s retailers to embrace digitisation and big data >>

* DevOps at Nike: There Is No Finish Line >>
* Why DevOps Requires Buy-In From Everyone >>
* The Intervention of AI >>

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* Nvidia’s new Turing architecture is all about real-time ray tracing and AI >>
* Programming Languages May Finally Be Reaching a Status Quo >>

* StarVR’s One headset flaunts eye-tracking and a double-wide field of view >>
* Age-related diseases like cancer and dementia could be preventable after scientists rejuvenate old human cells in the lab >>
* Morning After: NVIDIA’s graphics upgrade and taking Tesla private >>

* The Future of Television Is … More Television >>
* Why Western Digital Firms Have Failed in China >>
* Researchers artificially generate immune cells integral to creating cancer vaccines >>

* MIT mathematicians solve age-old spaghetti mystery >>
* Google search knows where you were even if you disabled Location History >>
* AI Identifies Heat-Resistant Coral Reefs In Indonesia >>

* Universe packed with millions of planets, however gravity of nearby stars makes them uninhabitable >>
* NASA astronauts, SpaceX COO talk ‘Crew Dragon’ >>
* Is Dark Matter Real? >>

* Peek inside the new SpaceX capsule for NASA astronauts >>
* Scientists Have Discovered A Completely New Species Of Pterosaur That Flew The Skies 210 Million Years Ago >>
* This Free-Throw Line Dunk From A 6’6″, 285-Pound College Freshman Is Absurd >>
* Be a Better Programmer with these 40 Mathematics Courses >>

* How humans survived climate change 8,200 year ago >>
* SpaceX promises it’s still on course to send astronauts to the ISS next year >>
* FiveAI to start a trial of its shared autonomous car fleet in London in 2019 >>

* Temperatures will be ‘unusually warm’ for the next four years >>
* Movie theater plan to roll out immersive setups that surround viewers with THREE screens >>
* Researchers Find Source of Strange ‘Negative’ Gravity Researchers Find Source of Strange ‘Negative’ Gravity >>

* Sonatype offers developers free security scan tool on GitHub >>
* Soon you won’t need a wake word to talk to your car >>
* Designing AI to Make Decisions >>

* Australian law could force tech firms to hand over customer data >>
* Nvidia teaser suggests GeForce RTX 2080 will launch next week >>
* To Make Self-Driving Cars Safe, We Also Need Better Roads and Infrastructure >>

* Honda adds driver assist tech to all 2019 Civics >>
* Cancer breakthrough: Scientists discover how to target ‘undruggable cancers’ which affect 50% of case >>
* Artificial placenta created in the laboratory >>

* Amazing New Brain Map of Every Synapse Points to the Roots of Thinking >>
* Elon Musk’s Effort to Take Tesla Private to Get Board Oversight >>
* Best home weather station >>
* This bipedal robot has a flying head >>

* RideAlong is helping police officers de-escalate 911 calls with data designed for the field >>
* Hackers Can Falsify Patient Vitals >>
* Cytera Cellworks aims to bring cell culture automation to your dinner plate >>

* We may finally know why marijuana helps people with chronic gut problems >>
* TLS 1.3 approved as standard while spies weep >>
* OpenSSL key sniffed from radio signal >>

* Why Bill Gates Is Reading “Capitalism Without Capital” >>
* Not enough people are paying attention to this economic trend >>

* Drone Delivery Of The Future >>
* Linux 4.18 arrives fashionably late while Zorin OS shines up its Windows >>
* Perseid Meteor Show Wows Skywatchers with Celestial Fireworks (Photos) >>

* Aerial-Biped Is a Quadrotor With Legs That Can Fly-Walk >>
* Evidence in several Gamma Ray Bursts of events where time appears to repeat backwards >>
* SpaceX in talks with Japan and Europe for future Falcon Heavy launches >>
* How smart is your machine learning strategy? >>

* Aubrey de Grey indicates that all aspects of fighting the damage of aging are investable now >>
* Juvenescence investing $43.2 million in AgeX >>
* Electricity pricing in California will cause old people to not use life saving air conditioning in heat waves >>
* M86 in the Central Virgo Cluster >>

* Managers Think They’re Good at Coaching. They’re Not. >>
* Facebook buys Vidpresso to make live broadcasts more interactive >>
* In New Zealand, Soaring Prices Drive a Black Market in Avocados >>

* 2040? Shock as MIT computer model predicts END DATE for civilisation >>
* Closing in on Cancer >>
* Amazon Translate now available in the Memsource translation management system >>

* This Strange Nebula Looks Inside Out and Born-Again >>
* In Photos: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at SpaceX’s Crew Dragon Spaceship >>
* The Sun Is Actually One Of The Most Difficult Places To Reach In The Solar System. >>

* Electric flight is coming, but the batteries aren’t ready >>
* What It’s Like to Be a Really, Really, Really Ridiculously Good-Looking Man >>
* FBI warns of potential ATM bank heist that could steal millions globally >>

* Why the future of the power grid depends on giant batteries >>
* Nvidia unveils Turing architecture and GPUs with dedicated ray-tracing hardware >>
* Fierce competition in China’s nascent immuno-therapy cancer drugs market could compromise safety, say analysts >>

* Reform and opening up ushers China into bright future: People’s Daily >>
* China to stabilize foreign capital and expand opening up >>
* High Speeding: Exploring China By Bullet Train >>

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