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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 September 2018

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* Ikea is now interested in self-driving cars >>
* Watch Elon Musk announce SpaceX’s first Moon passenger >>
* Four entirely-new personality types – average, reserved, self-centred, role model >>

* Skin genetically engineered to destroy cocaine could prevent addiction >>
* The Higgs hunter has just turned 10. Why is nobody celebrating? >>
* First ‘issue-free’ build of Windows 10 October 2018, Machine Learning for .NET… >>

* Machines Are Going To Perform More Tasks Than Humans By 2025 >>
* Robots and artificial intelligence will take over HALF of all tasks in the workplace by 2025 >>
* Robots will create millions more jobs than they displace, claims WEF >>
* AI to affect 70% of occupations as robotics complement China’s shrinking labor force >>

* An algorithm is learning to detect whether patients will wake from a coma >>
* Genetic Skin Graft Helps Mice Kick Cocaine Habit >>
* DZone Research: Hot Databases! >>

* Lunar railgun for super-cheap Mars missions and Giant Mars open atmosphere lasers >>
* Long-term colonization of the solar system with 290,000 square feet per person >>
* Nvidia researchers generate synthetic brain MRI images for AI research >>

* AI in social work: algorithms don’t have all the answers >>
* This AI Predicts Obesity Prevalence—All the Way from Space >>
* Who has led the most interesting life? >>

* Circuit found for brain’s statistical inference about motion >>
* Mouse study reveals that activity, not rest, speeds recovery after brain injury >>
* The Best Yoga Mats of 2018 >>

* ‘World’s first’ hydrogen-powered trains are now in service across Germany >>
* Bombardier revives the battery-powered train >>
* The Car in the Age of Connectivity: Enabling Car to Cloud Connectivity >>

* Humans stay in bad relationships because they are inherently forgiving, study suggests >>
* Amazon taps Getty to provide images for visual searches on the Echo Show and Echo Spot >>
* Uber tests its own traffic estimates as it moves beyond cars >>

* Surveillance camera vulnerability could allow hackers to spy on and alter recordings >>
* Audi: Autonomous cars alone won’t solve traffic jams >>
* The Latest Course Catalog Trend? Blockchain 101 >>

* Future of Fish Farming May Be Indoors >>
* Advanced Diagnostics for Personalized Medicine >>
* Musk says Tesla has gone from ‘production hell’ to ‘delivery logistics hell’ >>

* CloudFlare’s IPFS Gateway Makes it Easy To Create Distributed Web Sites >>
* Protecting Company Culture Means Having Rules for Email >>
* Amazon opens its next cashier-less store in Chicago >>

* The ‘explosion of life’ on Earth 500 million years ago was NOT sparked by meteorites >>
* Google isn’t killing ‘www’ in Chrome just yet >>
* Salesforce’s Marc Benioff is the new owner of Time magazine. >>

* A sub-two-hour marathon is not as fanciful as some might imagine >>
* Why Is M-Theory the Leading Candidate for Theory of Everything? >>
* Mars Explorers Could Live in ‘Igloo’ Near Red Planet’s North Pole >>

* Streaming services in talks to release movies in IMAX theaters >>
* Four industries Apple is set to disrupt >>

* Blood Test Tells The Time Of Your Personal Clock >>
* These Neurons Could Be Key To Fighting Addiction >>
* Eye Cells Change Jobs To See Better At Night >>

* Augmented Reality Everywhere >>
* Cosmic Collision Forges Galactic Ring >>
* Lucid Motors secures $1 billion from Saudi wealth fund to launch the Air >>

* Elon Musk’s SpaceX to name first passenger for round-the-moon flight Monday >>
* Navy’s carrier-borne jet force takes off to hit a higher level >>
* China adds 375 million jobs in past 40 years >>

* Sales Force Productivity: How Do You Know? >>
* Flying Cars May Work Best When Tethered to Power Lines >>
* Researchers Just Got Funding to Grow a Neural Network in a Petri Dish >>

* iOS 12 Is Out Now — And The Reviews Sound Promising >>
* iOS 12 makes your phone faster than ever >>
* Self-driving pods are slow, boring, and weird-looking — and that’s a good thing >>

* First Build Your Foundations for Agile >>
* Challenges in Implementing Microservices >>
* Data Consistency in Microservices Architecture >>
* Integrating Docker-Compose Steps With Octopus Deploy >>
* Jenkins Configuration as Code: Need for Speed! >>
* Autonomous Database: Creating an Autonomous Data Warehouse Instance >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 September 2018 https://wp.me/puxrR-2Cj

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 September 2018

September 18, 2018 Leave a comment

* Astronomers Have Found the Universe’s Missing Matter >>
* AI Finds More Space Chatter >>
* Harvesting marijuana with robots is hard. Here’s how one company figured it out. >>

* Open AI co-founder on AGI >>
* The New Hunt for Dark Matter >>
* Machine learning? Neural networks? Here’s your guide to the many flavors of A.I. >>

* ‘A new bladder made from my cells gave me my life back’ >>
* Existing technology to mine water and ice on Mars >>

* The Linux Kernel Has Grown By 225,000 Lines of Code This Year, With Contributions From About 3,300 Developers >>
* Canada court says ISPs can charge studios for hunting pirates >>

* Drilling and mining on the moon >>
* US economy is strong and should stay strong well into 2019 at least >>
* Rejuvenating blood vessels and vitality for an antiaging effect >>

* Digital price tags: The future of retailing? >>
* Automation: The Exaggerated Threat of Robots >>
* Addiction To Fortnite Cited In Over 200 Divorce Petitions >>

* New trailers: She-Ra, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, and more >>
* For William Shatner, Early ‘Star Trek’ Was Far From Glamorous >>
* New ‘Doctor Who’ Premieres in October >>
* Captain Marvel: New Villain, Plot Details Revealed >>

* 747 airplane from Burning Man still sitting in Black Rock Desert; BLM says get it out >>
* Tai chi: an ancient art may work best to prevent falls in old age >>
* New Lyft app will give directions to scooters, public transit in Santa Monica >>

* Learn how to become a full-stack developer in less than 20 hours >>
* Oldest person in the UK: How has life changed? >>
* 20 of the most exciting under-the-radar retail startups to watch in 2018 >>

* Monolith to Microservices Using the Strangler Pattern >>
* Moving Towards Self-Adaptive Systems: ML-Based Auto-Tuning in Middleware >>
* Beginners Guide to Blockchain Technology (Part 2) >>

* Challenges in Implementing Microservices >>

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