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* AI That Can Argue and Instruct >>
* Machine-learning system tackles speech and object recognition, all at once >>
* JAXA Wants Telepresence Robots for In-Space Construction and Exploration >>

* AI for Molecular Design >>
* Japanese startup making reusable spaceplanes >>
* Mars-Moon Lava Tube habitation simulation in Iceland >>

* Artificial genes show life does not have to be based on DNA >>
* Precision Medicine Comes of Age >>
* First Boeing 777 (aged 24) makes its last flight – to a museum >>

* Future robo-taxis could charge themselves and help balance the electric grid >>
* Audi is adding Alexa to the E-Tron and other select models >>
* Sandalwood makes the human head sprout more hair >>

* Book: Ctrl-Shift 50 games for 50 ****ING days like to day >>
* Moxi Prototype from Diligent Robotics Starts Helping Out in Hospitals >>

* Startup: Triton Submarines, Readies Luxury Personal Sub That’s Surprisingly Capable >>
* Software Could Lead To Personalized Leukemia Treatments >>

* SpaceX Will Fly a Japanese Billionaire Yusaku Maezawa (and Artists, Too!) Around Moon in 2023 >>
* SpaceX’s 1st Passenger Flight Around Moon Will Be an Epic Art Project #dearMoon >>
* Elon’s vision is regular flights to the moon that regular people could afford >>
* First SpaceX BFS to Mars will be named the Heart of Gold >>
* SpaceX wants to send private citizens to the moon (again) >>
* How SpaceX’s 1st Passenger Flight Around the Moon with Yusaku Maezawa Will Work >>
* Will Elon Musk Fly on SpaceX’s Private Moon Flight in 2023 with Japanese Billionaire? >>
* Elon Musk unveils first tourist for SpaceX ‘Moon loop’ >>

* Kelsey Hightower and Chris Gaun on serverless and Kubernetes >>
* Kubeflow making ML workflows on Kubernetes simple >>
* Argo Open source container-native workflow engine for Kubernetes >>

* Gates Foundation: Progress in fighting poverty and disease could soon reverse >>
* The case for humanities in the era of AI, automation, and technology >>
* A $1, Linux-Capable, Hand-Solderable Processor >>

* Google reveals new feature that let parents turn off their teen’s handset using its AI assistant >>
* David Patterson Says It’s Time for New Computer Architectures and Software Languages >>
* A third of us would go one-way to Mars – but it may shrink your brain >>

* 2018 Emmys were a watershed moment for streaming TV >>
* Game Streaming’s Latency Problems Will Be Over in a Few Years, CEO Says >>
* iRobot i7+ initial impressions >>

* BBC Reveals ‘Doctor Who’ Details Ahead of New Season >>
* Big Data and Machine Learning Won’t Save Us from Another Financial Crisis >>
* Google holds competition to help its algorithm tell bikes from birds >>

* Amazon launches “Amazon Storefronts” >>
* Framer X design tool steps in the ring with InVision, Adobe, and Sketch >>
* This is how police will deal with crime in space >>

* Only one in five UK adults would choose to live forever if they could >>
* Why wouldn’t you want to live forever? New Scientist editors debate >>
* What the UK public really thinks about the future of science >>

* Linux Community To Adopt New Code of Conduct >>
* Cloudflare’s new ‘one-click’ DNSSEC setup will make it far more difficult to spoof websites >>
* Putting the privilege back into access management >>
* Cloudflare invites folk to dabble in the ‘distributed web’ with InterPlanetary File System gateway >>

* The world’s first hydrogen train is now in service >>
* The Dawn of Twitter and the Age of Awareness >>
* Why the Gene Editors of Tomorrow Need to Study Ethics Today >>

* An AI Pioneer, and the Researcher Bringing Humanity to AI >>
* How Apple Makes the AI Chip Powering the iPhone’s Fancy Tricks >>
* Solar-powered yacht capable of sailing around the world without stopping to refuel is unveiled >>

* Interplanetary Umbrella: New Heat Shield Could Land Bigger Payloads on Planets >>
* Tiny Satellites Headed to Mars Likely Are First of Many >>
* Class Action Lawsuit Charges IBM With Age Discrimination >>

* Behold Ubisoft’s gloriously ridiculous Assassin’s Creed Amazon Echo >>
* Google’s Trafalgar Square lion uses AI to generate crowdsourced poem >>
* Learn hundreds of new tech skills with unlimited access to these online courses >>

* Why Sex and Gender Matter in Migraine >>
* Quantum mechanics may contradict itself when applied to big objects >>
* Hair-sized Wireless Sensor Uses Light To Gather Heat Data >>

* Can scientists crack the secret of Nasa’s ‘impossible’ fuel-free thruster? >>
* Lyft hits 1 billion rides a couple of months after Uber hit 10 billion trips >>
* Henry Winkler Wins First Emmy 40 Years After The Fonz >>

* Schizophrenia: ‘Resyncing’ brain circuits could halt symptoms >>
* Netflix and Amazon won big at the Emmys >>
* AI helps unlock ‘dark matter’ of bizarre superconductors >>

* How AI and machine learning are going to change your network >>
* Notes from the AI frontier: Applications and value of deep learning >>
* Understanding Neural Networks. From neuron to RNN, CNN, and Deep Learning >>

* Doctor Dolittle animal fantasy could become reality with AI >>
* I Do Not Work With Windows! [Comic] >>
* Docker, the Last Tool I’ll Ever Install? >>

* How to Spot a DevOps Faker: 5 Questions, 5 Answers >>
* IoT Edge Processing With Apache NiFi, MiniFi, and Multiple Deep Learning Libraries: Part 2 >>
* Destroying the Human World With AI: Myth or Reality? >>

* ‘Made In China 2025’: a peek at the robot revolution under way in the hub of the ‘world’s factory’ >>
* Japan eager to be on board vertical take-off ‘flying cars’ >>
* The Case for Radically Enhancing Humanity >>

* Sony Patents VR Headset That Combats Simulation Sickness With Eye-Tracking And More >>
* How NASA plans to use lunar dust to build structures on the Moon >>

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