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* Japan’s Hayabusa 2 mission lands on the surface of a distant asteroid >>
* Researchers Create “Spray-On” 2D Antennas >>
* Scientists Use Light to Control Nanobots >>

* Researchers identify human skeletal stem cells >>
* Scientists have moved one step closer to RNA editing, next stage of CRISPR >>
* Software defined radios key to satellite direct to future smartphone comms >>

* A tiny robotic capsule could roam your intestines and suck up mucus >>
* Subliminal messages can make you forget memories without realising >>
* How Nasa Is Learning To Grow Plants In Space And On Other Worlds >>

* Eye-Tracking Glasses Are All You Need to Control This Drone >>
* The first Flight-ready SpaceX Raptor engines have probably been built >>
* SpaceX will develop vacuum version of Raptor for version 2 of BFS >>

* New Microscope Shows the Quantum World in Crazy Detail >>
* US working on 1150 mile range supergun >>
* Synthetic rhino horns are supposed to disrupt poaching. Will they work? >>

* Amazon Is Invading Your Home With Micro-Convenience >>
* Skype chats are coming to Alexa devices >>
* Facebook is set to launch its own smart home device next week >>
* Facebook could launch its video chat devices this month >>

* Earliest known animal was a half-billion-year-old underwater blob >>
* Divers are attempting to regrow Great Barrier Reef with electricity >>
* Drugs, Alcohol and Suicide Are Killing So Many Young Americans, Country’s Average Lifespan Is Falling >>

* Zapping your guts with electricity can help relieve constipation >>
* Algorithms for Quantum Computers >>
* Stupid AI: How humans can stop machines from falling for visual tricks >>

* Expert-in-the-Loop Helps AI Transition from Classroom to Internship >>
* It Just Seems That Nobody is Interested in Building Quality, Fast, Efficient, Lasting, Foundational Stuff Anymore >>
* Innovation Should Be a Top Priority for Boards. So Why Isn’t It? >>

* Video Friday: Self-Solving Rubik’s Cube, and More >>
* IoT Sensors Reveal New Ways for Manufacturers to Cut Energy Usage >>
* This Experiment Will Shoot Ghostly Particles Through Earth, Answer Why We Exist >>

* You Can See Photos from Japanese Asteroid Probe’s 1st Rover Landing Attempt Right Now! >>
* Watch a Satellite Net a Cubesat in Awesome Space Junk Cleanup Test >>
* Astronauts Going to Mars Will Absorb Crazy Amounts of Radiation. We Know How Much. >>

* Overview of the LabVIEW Communications Application Frameworks >>
* Single Design Environment for Communications System Design >>
* Long March 9 will take 140 tons to low-earth orbit starting 2028 >>

* NASA’s New Planet-Hunting Telescope Spots Its Second Possible World Already >>
* The New BFR: How SpaceX’s Giant Rocket-Spaceship Combo for Mars Has Changed >>
* MarCO: Taking CubeSat Technologies Interplanetary >>

* New trend report: The New Sustainability: Regeneration >>
* In a race to 5G, Trump has stuck a ball-and-chain on America’s leg >>
* Cleo, the ‘digital assistant’ that replaces your banking apps >>

* Japanese team creates human oogonia using human stem cells in artificial mouse ovaries >>
* Famed mathematician claims proof of 160-year-old Riemann hypothesis >>
* Scientists receive $1.3 million to study new propulsion idea for spacecraft >>

* Inside the Crust of Neutron Stars, There’s Nuclear Pasta >>
* Delta II to ‘Live Among Giants’ in Kennedy Space Center Rocket Garden >>
* Discovering, indexing podcast episodes using Amazon Transcribe & Comprehend >>

* Trade war and costs speeding shifts of production to ASEAN and USA >>
* Neutron star material is ten billion times stronger than steel >>
* Growing US Air Force 24% by 2030 will cost $25+ billion per year >>

* Internet will ‘split in two’ by 2028, half led by US other by China >>
* Google China Foresees an AI Crisis >>
* 3 Docker Compose features for improving team development workflow >>

* The Morning After: Amazon’s Alexa-powered microwave, iOS 12 reviewed >>
* Jordan XXXIII adds lacing tech ‘informed’ by Nike’s HyperAdapt >>
* Amazon’s Alexa is coming to Sony smart TVs and Lenovo Smart Tabs >>

* Derive value from analytics and AI at scale >>
* Microsoft’s Windows Admin Center graphical management tool version 1809 is generally available >>
* Smarter cities through Geotab with BigQuery ML and geospatial analytics >>

* If Amazon wants Alexa everywhere, it needs better language support >>
* Radio Astronomers Are Increasingly Using Convolutional Neural Networks To Sift Through Massive Amounts of Data >>
* Shaping the stories that rule our economy >>

* NASA’s $337 million planet-hunting telescope discovers TWO new worlds >>
* Selfie awareness is sending people to the plastic surgeon >>
* Here’s What’s So Worrying About Elon Musk’s Latest Moon Plans >>

* New Research Shows How Brain-Computer Interaction Is Changing Cinema >>
* Treating Aging with SENSOlytics >>
* How AI Can Help Stop Cyberattacks >>

* Scientists Create Immature Human Eggs From Stem Cells >>
* Will Smart Robots Fight Our Wars and Take Our Jobs? Maybe. >>
* Large-scale construction about to start in Xiongan New Area >>

* DevOps Success Relies On Teams, Empathy And Inclusion >>
* ISSUE 135: Don’t Be a Jerk >>
* AI Chips Put to Data Center Tests >>

* Hilarious cartoons book that shows what it’s really like to work at Google >>
* The future of humanity depends on design ethics, says Tim Wu >>
* Learnings from 4000+ interviews for hiring remote employees >>

* Cloud State Machines: The Future of IoT and Edge Computing >>
* Training TensorFlow Object Detection Models >>
* AI and the Online Job Market >>

* GAN Lab: Generated Adversarial Networks In Your Browser! >>
* Popular AI Algorithms and Their Uses >>
* 13 Reasons a Staging Environment Is Failing in Your Organization >>
* The Need to Change Our Mental Models — A Core Idea Behind DevOps for the Modern Enterprise >>

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