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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 November 2018

October 31, 2018 Leave a comment

* Artificial Intelligence Is Learning to Keep Learning >>
* An AI lie detector will interrogate travellers at some EU borders >>
* Machines that learn language more like kids do >>

* AI Trained to Recognize Deep-Space Galaxies >>
* AI and the Eye: Deep Learning for Glaucoma Detection >>
* Halloween masks of terrifying monsters and ghouls designed by an AI >>
* AI systems shed light on root cause of religious conflict: Humanity is not naturally violent >>

* Kepler, the Little NASA Spacecraft That Could, No Longer Can >>
* Scary Giant Blue Stars May Unlock Mysteries of Stellar Evolution >>
* Hawaiian Supreme Court Approves Giant Telescope on Mauna Kea >>

* Top tech companies like Netflix and LinkedIn say they have no problem with employees interviewing for other jobs — in fact, they might want to help >>
* World’s first robot delivery service launched in Milton Keynes >>
* Waymo is the first company that’s allowed to test autonomous cars without a backup driver in California >>

* Royole could be the first company to release a foldable smartphone >>
* Fruitful careers: Lime juicers >>
* Building a Moral Machine: Who Decides the Ethics of Self-Driving Cars? >>

* Starship’s robots can now deliver packages, too >>
* Facebook’s Vision for the Future: Less News Feed, More Stories >>

* The hybrid cloud market just got a heck of a lot more compelling >>
* Religious groups turn violent when feel threatened by another sect and are then forced to challenge their own beliefs, scientists >>

* Elon Musk pushing SpaceX for mid-2019 first live Starlink satellites >>
* Rapid discharging batteries enable electric passenger planes >>
* Cray Shasta supercomputer in 2020 with about 100 petaflops >>

* China space program will get busy with moon missions and a space station >>
* DARPA robotic co-pilot will fly Blackhawk Helicopters in 2019 >>
* Ford says the future is built and disses vision >>

* China establishing 225 square mile robotic ship test area >>
* SpaceX has static fire for first Crew Demo mission >>
* Sensor-laden Gadgets Track Package Abuse and Blood Sugar Changes Noninvasively >>

* Report: Elon Musk fired a bunch of SpaceX execs in Starlink shakeup >>
* 43-second loss of connectivity helped trigger GitHub’s 24-hour TITSUP (Total Inability To Support User Pulls) >>
* Intel i9-9900K explained: The road to 5GHz >>

* MIT’s BeeMe Giant Social Experiment Puts a Human Under Internet Control >>
* Why SpaceX’s Next-Gen Rockets are Powered by Methane >>
* 4 Analytics Concepts Every Manager Should Understand >>

* Research: When Getting Fired Is Good for Your Career >>
* Waymo can test fully driverless cars on California roads >>
* Google to give away US$25 million to fund humane AI projects >>

* World’s largest statue unveiled amid controversy over £330m price tag and scale of environmental impact >>
* China claims to have successfully developed a QUANTUM RADAR that can detect ‘invisible’ fighter jets from 60 miles away >>
* 200 Google workers will walk out on Thursday, Google has a bit of a PR problem on its hands >>

* Island nation Vanuatu will use drones to transport vaccines >>
* Inside The Only Supercar Factory In America >>
* This Train Announcement About China’s Social Credit System Is A Dystopia Come To Life >>
* Chinese built portable power source to serve Antarctic expedition >>

* 2018 in Review: State of DevOps Adoption >>
* Fast Feedback and Rapid Iteration: The New Game Changers for Developers >>
* DevOps Enterprise Summit Las Vegas 2018 — The Best Yet? >>
* The Future of Microservices >>
* Microservices Automation Deployment Using AWS and Docker >>
* Why Continuous Deployment and Continuous Monitoring Make a Winning Pair >>

* New Zealand is best place to do business but UK slips to ninth – report >>
* Entire Village in New Zealand Is Listed for Sale for $1.8 Million >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 October 2018

October 30, 2018 Leave a comment

* Pizza Hut’s hydrogen delivery truck hauls a robotic kitchen >>
* CCTV AI tool could make finding criminals in security footage ‘as easy as Googling a description of them’ >>

* Dolphins Dumb Down Calls to Compete with Ship Noise >>
* Google to give $25m to humanitarian and environmental projects using AI >>

* Highlights from the O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference in London 2018 >>
* $150,000 HOVERBIKE: ‘Scorpion’ quadcopter goes up for preorder >>
* MIT experiment will let users to control free will of another person >>

* The end of chemotherapy? Scientists discover all cancerous cells have a KILL CODE that can be triggered without the gruelling treatment >>
* US warship shoots down missile in space in spectacular test of ‘kill vehicle’ that hits targets with the force of a 10-ton truck traveling at 600mph >>
* Our neighbouring galaxy is dying as it leaks gas at an alarming rate >>

* Samsung’s 48-megapixel camera sensor may pop up in the Galaxy S10 >>
* New solar cell generates hydrogen and electricity at the same time >>
* Samsung Galaxy S10 will be the first major smartphone to have an ALL-SCREEN display and ditch the annoying black frame >>

* NASA tests parachute that will land on the red planet with Mars 2020 mission and can open in four-tenths of a second >>
* AI ‘deep fake’ software that can be used to make bogus news videos being funded by UK government body >>
* Discussion of 80 Gigapascal super material potential for energy and space >>

* NASA just launched a new podcast to Mars >>
* Amazon Translate now offers 113 new language pairs >>
* Stratolaunch’s Rocket Carrier, the Biggest Airplane Ever Built, Aces Fastest Runway Test Yet >>

* A NASA Spacecraft Just Broke the Record for Closest Approach to Sun >>
* Southeast Asian Companies success model is copying from China >>
* AI can predict the structure of chemical compounds thousands of times faster than quantum chemistry >>

* IBM’s Call for Code Prize Goes to a Team With ‘Clusterducks’ >>
* Google AI listens to 15 years of sea-bottom recordings for hidden whale songs >>
* Oracle’s quest to make blockchain disappear completely >>

* Why software architects fail and what to do about it >>
* Google looks to AI interactions and cats to power its latest AR feature >>
* The challenges of migrating 150+ microservices to Kubernetes >>
* Are microservices a security threat? >>
* Potholes in the road from monolithic hell: Microservices adoption anti-patterns >>
* Career advice for architects >>
* Introducing serverless to your organization >>

* AI; A tale of a whale song >>
* IBM says buying Red Hat makes it the biggest in hybrid cloud >>
* What’s new for IoT: Trends for 2019 >>

* Police trial of Amazon facial recognition tech doesn’t seem to be going very well >>
* ‘Star Trek’ Predicts The Future Again As Humpbacks Fall Silent >>
* Scientists neutralize reactive nitrogen molecules to enhance cancer immunotherapy >>

* How NASA Will Use Robots to Create Rocket Fuel From Martian Soil >>
* Schools Enlist AI to Detect Vaping and Bullies in Bathrooms >>
* Bitcoin by itself can generate 2 degree warming by 2033 >>

* High-performance solar cells with lower cost >>
* Grumman develops more lethal explosives for hypersonic and other missiles >>
* Apple finally upgrades the Mac Mini: Here are the 7 main specs >>

* Sentieo raises $19M to be the AI-powered Bloomberg Terminal >>
* Cockroach Labs launches CockroachDB as managed service >>
* Open a Motion-Sensor Door With Vape Smoke >>

* Everything Apple announced at today’s hardware event >>
* The New iPad Pro Has The Old iPhone’s Bad Choices >>
* The biggest news from Apple’s iPad and Mac event >>

* Pizza Hut to show a pie-making robot in a Toyota at SEMA auto show in Las Vegas >>
* FDA approves first Microsoft HoloLens augmented reality system for surgical use >>

* Extend Agile and DevOps practices across hybrid IT >>
* Keys to DevOps Success >>
* Mocking With the Mockito Framework >>

* There’s No Way China’s Artificial Moon Will Work, Says Expert >>
* China launches space router for first time >>
* New Battery Tech Could Power a Flight from San Francisco to Los Angeles >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 October 2018

October 29, 2018 Leave a comment

* Largest software acquisition ever: IBM to buy Red Hat for $34B >>
* Blue Origin will be Landing its Rockets on a Used Cargo Ship. It’ll Get Converted in Time for First Flights in 2021 >>
* AI and NMR spectroscopy determine atoms configuration in record time >>

* An IBM AI Invented Perfumes That’ll Soon Sell in 4,000 Stores >>
* This 3D ‘organ on a chip’ can monitor cells in real-time to develop new treatments >>
* China to build its first Antarctic airport in November >>

* Groundbreaking new technology could allow 100-times-faster internet >>
* The Birth of Artificial Intelligence >>
* Turkey’s leader opens new Istanbul Airport as global hub >>

* Why There Will Never Be Another Red Hat: The Economics of Open Source >>
* Forget Watson, the Red Hat acquisition may be the thing that saves IBM >>

* SpaceX confirms initial BFR spaceship flight tests will occur in South Texas >>
* Cancer’s most deadly assassin exists in every cell >>
* Surgeons carry out spine surgery in the womb >>

* Hyperloop Technologies will start building in Abu Dhabi in about 10 months >>
* Interest-free loans: Hammond’s plan to solve problem debt >>

* To regulate AI we need new laws, not just a code of ethics >>
* Brainwave activity reveals potential biomarker for autism in children >>

* U.S. National Labs Team Up to Build a Quantum Network >>
* Tesla Releases New Autopilot ‘Navigate’ Feature >>
* New technology is rapidly improving cancer care, and Alexa is at the vanguard >>

* Creams remove skin sun spots with minimal pain and may prevent cancer >>
* Top AI conference NIPS won’t change its name amid growing protest over ‘bad taste’ acronym >>
* It’s Becoming Increasingly Unlikely that We’ll See a Major Shift To Virtual Reality Any Time Soon >>

* Why We Need A New Telescope To Search For Alien Life >>
* Dinosaurs Had Birdlike Lungs >>
* Tesla publishes the parts catalog for its electric cars >>

* NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope Back Online, Continues Cosmic Research >>
* Robots to Build Robots at Shanghai Factory >>
* Atlassian sells Jitsi, an open-source videoconferencing tool it acquired in 2015, to 8×8 >>

* Four short links: 29 October 2018 >>
* Robots; Your Guide To The World Of Robotics >>
* An experimental code editor for writing algorithms >>

* Smart arm bracelet warns of nighttime epileptic seizures >>
* Earth may have a pair of ‘ghost moons’ made of dust trapped in orbit >>
* Astronauts could be FROZEN during missions to Mars and beyond to protect them from space radiation and save on food and water supplies >>

* “Schrödinger’s Bacterium” Could Be a Quantum Biology Milestone >>
* UAE enters space race as successfully launches satellite KhalifaSat from Japan ahead of manned missions to ISS and Mars >>
* Doctor 2.0: The numbers behind AI usein healthcare >>

* SpaceX Falcon Heavy and NASA crewed launches will fund BFR development >>
* Hyperpolarized quantum MRI increases sensitivity 100,000 times >>

* IBM is betting the farm on Red Hat — and it better not mess up >>
* Microsoft teaches a 10-year-old Red Dog new tricks and the Windows 10 1809 delay hits Exchange 2019 >>
* Oracle’s Wookiee brings microservices to Scala developers >>
* Oracle launches digital assistant that can integrate multiple apps >>

* When Companies Should Invest in Training Their Employees — and When They Shouldn’t >>
* Dilbert; Monday October 29, 2018 Training By Osmosis >>
* Chemists thrilled by speedy atomic structures >>

* How to Optimize Performance Testing With a Shift-Left Approach >>
* Your Brain Waves Could Soon Replace Passwords Entirely >>
* You Can Play Over 2,600 Windows Games on Linux Via Steam Play >>

* Russia successfully tests key element of nuclear propulsion spacecraft >>
* China launches ocean-observing satellite under closer Sino-EU space cooperation >>
* HZMB welcomes 59,000 passengers on first Saturday after opening >>

* How Intuit Uses Deep Learning to Help You with Your Taxes – Ep. 71 >>
* 5 Reasons DevOps Toolchain Needs Time-Series Based Monitoring >>
* Kubernetes, the Easy Way >>

* Reasons Developers Think Python Is the Best for AI >>
* Pathogen Detection: The Technology We All Need Right Now >>
* 20 top lawyers were beaten by legal AI. Here are their surprising responses >>

* Deep Learning vs Machine Learning >>
* Stop Procrastinating: “Decentralization” is Coming! >>
* Australian space startup will have its first satellites in orbit teaming up with Rocket Labs >>

* Amazon Go is the inevitable evolution of supermarket retail >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 October 2018

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* There have been 47,220 gun incidents in the U.S. in 2018 >>
* Tesla cars inch closer to their self-driving future with a big update to Autopilot >>
* NASA Revives Hubble Space Telescope After Three-Week Mechanical Failure >>

* Humans Are Screwing Up Dolphins’ Abilities To Talk To Each Other >>
* As If Space Elevators Aren’t Cool Enough, They Might Fix Themselves, Too >>
* Big tech must not reframe digital ethics in its image “It may be legal — but is this fair?” >>

* Hayabusa2 Braces for a Rocky Landing on Asteroid Ryugu >>
* Boring Company to have $16B value after Chicago Airport completes >>
* US Air Force Talks SpaceX BFR for going anywhere on earth in under an hour >>

* Tesla is rolling out its Navigate on Autopilot feature >>
* Everything coming to Netflix, Amazon Prime, and HBO Now in November >>
* China’s first attempt to reach orbit with a private space company failed >>
* New trailers: Bohemian Rhapsody, How to Train Your Dragon 3, Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and more >>

* Amazon Go is the inevitable evolution of supermarket retail >>

* Virgin Orbit Unveils ‘LauncherOne’ Rocket, Moves Closer to Test Flights >>
* Google’s Smart City Dream Is Turning Into a Privacy Nightmare >>
* What Happens When Telecom Companies Search Your Home For Piracy >>

* Logitech Capture makes it easier to create vlogs and live streams >>
* Twelve Malicious Python Libraries Found and Removed From PyPI >>
* Recommended Reading: Midterms have already been hacked >>

* Urban Planning Guru Says Driverless Cars Won’t Fix Congestion >>
* These tiny drones can lift 40 times their own weight >>
* FDA Approves First New Flu Drug In 20 Years >>

* The Higgs boson may have stopped the early universe from collapsing >>
* Cutting Through the Daze and Confusion of Cloud Native DevOps >>
* Microsoft pledges to keep working with the military despite employee backlash over controversial contracts >>

* ‘Would robot sex count as infidelity? Technically no…’ >>
* Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S10 smartphone could be an impressive overhaul in design and features >>
* This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through October 27) >>

* New schemes teach the masses to build AI >>
* Defectors from SpaceX, Blue Origin, and Tesla are developing a remarkable technology called ‘Stargate’ to help colonize other planets >>
* Google Earth did not update the images of the Tonopah Test Range in Nevada for eight years and will not explain why >>

* Nobody’s Cellphone Is Really That Secure, Bruce Schneier Reminds >>
* Robots will build robots in $150 million Chinese factory >>
* Does Eating Organic Food Help Prevent Cancer? >>

* Microsoft Research Publishes Prototypes For Phones and Tablets Gaming Controllers >>
* Mars Scientists Edge Closer to Solving Methane Mystery >>
* Search engine for CCTV lets you find people from their description >>

* Huddling for warmth gives animals a more efficient gut microbiome >>
* Is Anti-Gravity Real? Science Is About To Find Out >>
* AI Humanoid ‘Sophia’ Is Granted First Ever Robot Visa, Speaks With President >>

* Netherlands-based firm SpaceLife Origin is aiming to make off-world reproduction a reality within six years >>
* Number of Habitable Exoplanets Found by NASA’s Kepler May Not Be So High After All >>
* Volkswagen has bet $30 billion to start beating Tesla in 2020 >>

* Ultraviolet Earth from an Observatory on the Moon >>
* SpaceX Borrowing to Global Internet and BFR future >>
* The One Personality Trait That is Ripping America (And the World) Apart >>
* Economic inequality could cause U.S. debt downgrade, Moody’s says >>

* Dilbert Sunday October 28, 2018 >>
* The Apache Spark™ Collection >>
* Self-Service Operations; The Guide to Fewer Interruptions, Less Waiting, and Getting More Done >>

* 50 Useful Docker Tutorials, From Beginner to Advanced (Part 1) >>
* 50 Useful Docker Tutorials for IT Professionals, from Beginner to Advanced (Part 2) >>
* 5 Reasons DevOps Toolchain Needs Time-Series Based Monitoring >>

* Keynotes – DevOps Enterprise Summit: Las Vegas 2018 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 October 2018

October 27, 2018 Leave a comment

* Meet the E-Nose That Actually Sniffs >>
* Elon tweets that moonbase will be created in 2025 >>
* Kubernetes is the new application server. >>

* China produces nano fibre that can lift 160 elephants – and a space elevator? >>
* ULA Now Planning First Launch of Vulcan in 2021 >>
* CNT bundle material for flywheels 40 times better than batteries >>

* AI-generated painting sells for $432,000 at auction >>
* AI Researchers Fight Over Four Letters: NIPS >>
* Honda teams up with MIT and others to develop curious AI >>

* Renewable energy will be equal or cheaper than fossil fuels in 2020 >>
* Sunshine seems to protect babies from eczema – but we don’t know why >>
* Crashing waves may have spurred the evolution of backbones >>

* A.I. Is Helping Scientists Predict When and Where the Next Big Earthquake Will Be >>
* AT&T claims completion of a world’s ‘first’ 5G connection. Here’s why it matters to you >>
* Chinese researchers reveal real life TERMINATOR robot that can shapeshift and repair itself if damaged >>

* Why Leaders Don’t Embrace the Skills They’ll Need for the Future >>
* SpaceX heading to two to four Falcon Heavy paid launches per year >>
* US has all-out push for hypersonic weapons >>

* Researchers build an artificial fly brain that can tell who’s who >>
* The Digital Gap Between Rich and Poor Kids Is Not What We Expected >>

* Agile Space working on 3D printing small rocket thrusters >>
* Official: Space Force. Seriously Though, Why Couldn’t they have Called it Star Fleet? >>

* Controlled graphene fracturing for mass production of cell sized robots >>
* Mr. Robot goes to Washington: How AI will change democracy >>
* Unconventional ideas: A night of talks from TED and the Brightline Initiative >>

* The future of passwords? Your brain >>
* Amazon is at this point a money-printing cloud machine with a grocery store in the parking lot >>
* Students Create World’s First Bricks Made From Human Urine >>

* Do People Trust Algorithms More Than Companies Realize? >>
* 20 Top Lawyers Were Beaten By Legal AI >>
* Intel made more money than ever despite 10-nanometer chip delays >>

* It’s a Good Time to Be a Blockchain Developer >>
* The Good, the Bad, and the Weird: 3 Directions for Moore’s Law >>
* France studying future replacement aircraft carrier >>

* The Role of a Manager Has to Change in 5 Key Ways >>
* China’s Nio invests in LiDAR startup Innovusion >>
* Alphabet keeps raking in cash despite anti-competition, privacy concerns >>

* Get 45 Hours of Python Programming Training For Just $39 >>
* White House belatedly begins planning for 5G with memo asking for policy recommendations >>
* Wasp-inspired Robots Open Doors By Themselves >>

* Your THOUGHTS could be your next password, researchers say >>
* HOTPOTBOT: Robots set to replace chefs and waiters at one of Asia’s largest restaurant chains >>
* Scientists want to use Pluto’s moon to slingshot probe into deep space >>

* Google sacks dozens over sexual harassment >>
* Hayabusa2 Team Looks Toward Sample Collection >>
* How to build your own IT infosec holodeck >>

* McLaren’s $2.25 million Speedtail hybrid boasts 250MPH speeds >>
* Fashion therapy, AI fragrance and more >>
* Google rolls out ‘.new’ links for instantly creating new Docs, Slides, Sheets and Forms >>

* Electric scooter startup Grin merges with Brazil-based Ride >>
* 3D ‘organ on a chip’ could accelerate search for new disease treatments >>
* Artificial fly brain can tell who’s who >>

* Physicists demonstrate magnetometer that uses quantum effects and machine learning >>
* MIT reveals who self-driving cars should kill: The cat, the elderly, or the baby? >>
* Detecting Fake Videos >>

* There’s a Strange Cloud on Mars Right Now, and It’s Just Hanging Around >>
* Testing Configs in Production >>
* How You Could Stop Top Software Fails >>

* 5 Reasons DevOps Toolchain Needs Time-Series Based Monitoring >>
* Oculus Patents ‘Directional Beam’ Wireless PC VR Solution >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 October 2018

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* Micro-drones with winches can open doors and lift 40 times their own weight >>
* AI might concoct your next perfume >>

* SpaceX Is Planning To Launch a Falcon 9 For the Third Time >>
* Europe’s Shiny New X-Ray Laser Starts Showing Its Worth >>
* Western Digital’s new 15TB hard drive >>

* It Could be Possible to Transfer Data Through Gravitational Waves >>
* Here’s What Earth Looks Like When You’re Heading to the Sun >>
* NASA’s Chandra Space Telescope Is Back in Action After Gyroscope Fix >>

* Pimax opens preorders for its very expensive 8K and 5K VR headsets >>
* NASA fixes Hubble gyroscope by turning it off and on again >>

* Should a self-driving car kill the baby or the grandma? Depends on where you’re from >>
* Huge online Trolley Problem survey reveals people’s cultural bias >>
* Don’t stress out yet about stress shrinking your brain >>

* Long Wave infrared + sensor fusion = weapon tracking anti-stealth >>
* Solid State battery for Dyson electric car >>
* Chip-Scale Spectrometers Compete With Performance of Standard Versions >>

* Musk: Model Y prototype approved to go into production >>
* NBC News unveils ‘Signal’ streaming news network >>
* AT&T is beta testing its Android-based streaming device >>

* This Week’s Bomb Scares Are a Perfect Misinformation Storm >>
* China, Russia Are Listening To Trump’s Phone Calls, Says NYT Report >>
* Volocopter will test its autonomous air taxis in Singapore next year >>

* Oracle’s Larry Ellison keeps poking AWS because he has no choice >>
* MIT Task Force on the Work of the Future >>
* What Can the Trolley Problem Teach Self-Driving Car Engineers? >>

* How should autonomous vehicles be programmed? >>
* This Company Wants to Make the Internet Load Faster >>

* How working memory gets you through the day >>
* Study reveals how the brain overcomes its own limitations >>
* Oracle adds machine learning features to Cloud ERP, HCM >>

* Researchers develop new devices to test retinal cells >>
* NASA video showing cooling system for SLS megarocket releasing 450,000 gallons of water a minute >>
* How Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, and Microsoft are shaking up healthcare >>

* EU Citrix Cloud users experiencing non-virtual problems >>
* 9.4 million may have been hit in Cathay Pacific data breach >>
* IBM explores the intersection of AI, ethics–and Pac-Man >>

* Hearing aids and cataract surgery could protect against dementia >>
* HR Leaders Need Stronger Data Skills >>
* Microsoft is positioning Always-Connected PCs as the future of business devices >>

* How a Pharma Company Applied Machine Learning to Patient Data >>
* Research: How Cloud Computing Changed Venture Capital >>
* With 5G, You Won’t Just Be Watching Video. It’ll Be Watching You, Too >>

* Machine learning on encrypted data >>
* Using AI to Create New Fragrances >>
* Zapping liquid metal makes it move in a way that can power wheels >>

* Tiny doses of magic mushrooms can improve your problem-solving skills and make you more creative >>
* NATO’s huge military exercise will test robots and autonomous vehicles >>
* First human born in SPACE could be just six years away >>

* Bill Gates backs gigantic ‘wall of fans’ system to cheaply suck carbon dioxide from thin air to produce fuel >>
* MIT punches out cell-sized robots made of graphene >>
* Devops-101 what is a devops platform >>

* Tesla at 450,000+ cars per year in 2019 and near 1 million in 2022 >>
* The Rodney Brooks Rules for Predicting a Technology’s Commercial Success >>
* U.S. Deep-Sixes Plutonium-handling Nuclear Fuel Plant >>

* Xiaomi waggles Mi MIX 3, the first smartphone packing 10GB RAM >>
* Niu’s Latest E-scooters Are A Bright Future For Two-wheel-transportation >>
* An Ingenious Drone That Could Save Lives! >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 October 2018

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* Baidu’s AI Can Do Simultaneous Translation Between Any Two Languages >>
* Russia is employing a ‘combat laser system’ in space that could disable American satellites, claims US official >>
* Bible! is acting as a guide for AI to convert texts between languages while keeping the exact meaning and tone >>

* Inside the European Union’s high-tech nerve agent attack simulation >>
* AI makes new video games by watching people play Super Mario and Kirby >>
* Scientists invent ‘AshCam’ camera that can predict movements of volcanic ash to avoid a repeat of the worldwide travel chaos caused by Iceland’s notorious 2010 eruption >>

* Origami And 3d Printing Merge To Make Complex Stuff Easily >>
* Skin tans the most when spending every other day out of the sun >>

* Who needs artists? Portrait painted (and signed) by AI goes up for auction at Christie’s could fetch $10,000 >>
* event | World Data Summit >>
* MaZee and Crypto PR Lab Join to Provide Bundled Blockchain Marketing Services >>

* Most powerful supercomputer in Texas by 2019 with new cooling technology >>
* Russian catamaran aircraft carrier would have good air power for size >>
* NetApp: Public cloud, public cloud we really love the… you’re going to keep some things on-premises, right? Right? >>

* Video conferencing sucks. Could “augmented” meetings replace it? >>
* This artificial intelligence won’t take your job, it will help you do it better >>
* China tariffs are taking a toll on robot vacuums >>

* How to Gracefully Exclude Coworkers from Meetings, Emails, and Projects >>
* Photos: Robots Take Over at Japan Robot Week 2018 >>
* Auditing Algorithms for Bias >>

* Walabot wall sensor calls for help if you fall down >>
* The 6 Fundamental Skills Every Leader Should Practice >>
* Good Modeling, Real-Time Command Line, Data Structure Synthesis, and Free the Law >>

* The official ‘Super Mario Bros.’ encyclopedia is here >>
* Police test out $20,000 ‘K-9 cams’ that let dogs send videos to their handler >>
* Bird-like lungs may have helped dinosaurs rule the world >>

* Dolphins are talking less because humans are too noisy >>
* Anti-aging drug nearly doubles lifespan of animals tested >>
* Scientists are using a revolutionary new method to weigh asteroids >>

* China’s Hacking of the Border Gateway Protocol >>
* Skype a cop: The new crime-fighting technique being trialled in Waipukurau >>
* Scooter companies are moving fast and breaking people, but they say they’re not to blame >>

* Bullet train to the future >>
* Pimax Headset Preorders Now Open: 5K Plus is $699 / 8K is $899 >>
* Astronomy Photos Of The Year Contest, They’re Extraordinary >>

* The Longest Sea Bridge In The World Is Staggering To Behold >>
* Visualizing Jeff Bezos’ Absurd Wealth, Through A Game Where You Try To Give It All Away >>
* Why you should use pyenv + Pipenv for your Python projects >>

* HK-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge opens to traffic >>
* These Wasp-Like Drones Lift Heavy Loads With Their Bellies >>

* Managed Databases. Simplified. >>

* The 10 Best DevOps Tools for 2018 >>
* Choosing the Right Continuous Integration Tool >>
* DevOps Enterprise Summit 2018, Day One Recap: The ‘Project to Product’ Movement >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 October 2018

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* Understanding the building blocks for an electronic brain >>
* Scientists may have be on their way to growing human brains >>

* Tiny supercomputers could be made from the skeleton inside your cells >>
* Oracle’s Ellison plans ‘Star Wars cyber defense’ for his second-generation cloud Oracle’s Ellison plans ‘Star Wars cyber defense’ for his second-generation cloud >>
* A ‘personal helicopter’ that looks like a drone >>

* Sick of your Tesla? Dyson promises an electric car that won’t suck >>

* Qualcomm is expecting two waves of 5G flagship smartphones in 2019 >>
* OnePlus will release one of the first 5G smartphones >>
* 5G NR Standard and the Anatomy of a New Test Era >>

* Ford is the first company to test self-driving cars in Washington >>
* Richard Branson steps down as Virgin Hyperloop One chairman >>
* Alexa-powered headphones >>

* “AI Clinician” Makes Treatment Plans for Patients With Sepsis >>
* Lime will open brick-and-mortar scooter ‘lifestyle stores’ >>
* Detecting the Magnetism of a Single Atom’s Nucleus >>

* NASA picks SSL to develop key fuel depot technology >>
* Skip over traffic? Soon this ‘personal helicopter’ could come to crowded cities >>

* Use AWS DeepLens to give Amazon Alexa the power to detect objects via Alexa skills >>
* How many space stations does this planet need? >>
* US military is trying to ‘breed’ an AI with the ‘basic common sense’ of a ten-year-old child >>

* PC version of Linux 4.19 lands with PC version of Linus Torvalds: Kernel handed back to creator >>
* Patch me, if you can: Grave TCP/IP flaws in FreeRTOS leave IoT gear open to mass hijacking >>
* Future Windows 10 update will soften the blow of Spectre patches >>

* Oracle acquires DataFox, a developer of ‘predictive intelligence as a service’ across millions of company records >>
* Your Poop Is Probably Full Of Plastic >>
* Hubble Space Telescope Nearly Ready for Action Again >>

* Tiny Cubesat Snaps Photo of Mars for 1st Time Ever >>
* Ep. 502: No Touching: Determining Composition of Worlds Remotely >>
* Robotic Raven Gains Altitude >>

* Oculus stops offering movies on Rift headsets due to low demand >>
* A Ground-breaking Mash-Up >>
* NBC Sports adds ‘Snow Pass’ to its hyper-specific streaming options >>

* The future of photography is code >>
* SQLite Adopts ‘Monastic’ Code of Conduct >>
* Learn how to (legally) hack wireless networks with this 45+ hour training bundle >>

* Building Smartphone Antennas That Play Nice Together >>
* Will NASA funding help struggling lunar lander companies get to the moon? >>
* 3D Printed Graphene Aerogel Offers Highest-Ever Capacitance for a Supercapacitor >>

* Hyperion: Largest Known Galaxy Proto-Supercluster >>
* New self-healing technology makes robots more human-like >>
* Could modular shoes be the next big sneaker craze? >>

* Uber wants all-electric cars in London by 2025 >>
* Lenovo updates Smart Display with Google Home Hub features >>
* ‘Good enough for most people’: iPhone XR reviews say Apple’s ‘cheap’ $750 handset is a winner >>

* The $1,000 smart glasses that WON’T make you look like an idiot >>
* Scientists could soon grow human BRAINS in a lab from neurons in a bid to understand more about Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s >>
* The secret to first dates and job interviews? Don’t bang on about your success >>

* Computers made from HUMAN CELLS >>
* YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki warns the EU ‘meme ban’ threatens the open internet as we know it >>

* World’s longest sea bridge opens between Hong Kong and mainland China >>
* Whats next for megaregion integration after Hong Kong Superbridge? >>

* Could key to reversing climate change lie beneath Antarctic? Scientists drill 800ft deep holes in ice sheets >>
* Scientists Create Artificial Wood That Is Water- and Fire-Resistant >>
* Dyson vacuum cleaner company to build electric vehicle factory in Singapore >>

* MoviePass to be spun off by parent company Helios and Matheson Analytics >>
* Salty Martian Water Could Have Enough Oxygen to Support Life >>
* Unexpected MySQL database meltdown fingered in GitHub’s 24-hour website wobble >>

* Sheep space: Is NZ wool about to blast off to Mars? >>
* Watch the visual effects for ‘Ant-Man and The Wasp’ come to life >>
* The AI Cold War That Could Doom Us All >>

* The Tallest Outdoor Elevator In The World Looks Pretty Terrifying >>
* Why no one really knows how many jobs automation will replace >>
* What is a Decision Tree in Machine Learning? >>

* A step-by-step guide to build a facial recognition system >>
* Four Waves of AI and What The Future Holds For It >>
* “Future” Tech That’s Hiding in Plain Sight: AI >>

* Microservices’ Keys to Success >>
* Unlocking the Power of AIOps >>
* How GitOps Can (Sometimes) Save DevOps >>
* The Truth Behind DevOps on the Cloud >>
* Electric Cloud Extends Continuous Delivery Platform >>

* People.ai – AI Platform for Enterprise Sales, Marketing, and Customer Success That Uncovers Every Revenue Opportunity, from Every Customer >>
* The truth about robot cats and dogs: can they replace real pets? >>
* Xi announces opening of Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge >>

* 2022 Winter Olympics design competition enters final stretch >>

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* a16z Podcast: From Research to Startup, There and Back Again >>
* Experimental Android App Determines Alertness By Examining Eyes >>
* The Next Tech Talent Shortage: Quantum Computing Researchers >>

* This Week in the Future of Cars: Let’s Start All Over Again >>
* Uber may soon deliver your meal by drone >>

* Electric cars could store energy in their carbon fiber bodies >>
* Electric scooters are inspiring lazy people to get creative >>
* Scientists Create Artificial Wood That Is Water- and Fire-Resistant >>

* Researchers discover drug cocktail that increases lifespan >>
* Xi sends congratulatory messages on AG600’s first water takeoff, landing >>
* E-commerce Alibaba expects to achieve a record 1 billion orders in 24 hours during Singles’ Day on November 11 >>

* DeepMind’s Eerie Reimagination of the Animal Kingdom >>
* Scientists uncover the brain area responsible for buffets >>
* A guide to pot stocks: What you need to know to invest in cannabis companies >>

* Watch the visual effects for ‘Ant-Man and The Wasp’ come to life >>
* A step-by-step overview of how to begin your AI project >>
* Public WiFi Might Finally Become Secure After All >>

* Generalized Graph Networks ups Deep Learning to next level AI >>
* Cancer: Even healthy tissue is ‘riddled with mutations’ >>
* China plans rapid shift from 4G to 5G >>

* First immunotherapy success for triple-negative breast cancer >>
* Antiwar Movement Spreads among Tech Workers >>
* Unique ‘fingerprints’ can help track 3D-printed guns >>

* Super Mario Party is Nintendo Switch’s best game >>
* How Close Are We to Kubrick’s AI-Controlled Vision of the Future? >>
* Real news, curated by real humans >>

* From Agriculture to Art — the A.I. Wave Sweeps In >>
* The Impact of Politics on Workplace Productivity >>
* Ovarian cancer ‘breakthrough’ drug prevents disease returning for years >>

* 14 Predictions for the future of media >>
* Shifting military technology and the Intermediate-Range Nuclear treaty >>
* A device that can pull drinking water from the air just won the latest XPrize >>

* New trailers: Black Monday, Narcos: Mexico, Destroyer, and more >>
* Building AR & VR Experiences with React, Amazon Sumerian & AWS Amplify >>
* Canada’s Blockchain Landscape 2018 >>

* DevOps and Containers: A Network Divided >>
* Lessons from the Birth of Microservices at Google >>
* DevOps Chat: disrupt:Ops Brings Security Closer to DevOps >>

* NGINX Unveils Hybrid Application Delivery Controller Platform >>
* This AI can search for people by height, gender, and clothing in surveillance videos >>
* AI’s Potential to Diagnose and Treat Mental Illness >>

* Intel says 10nm chips still on track, despite report they’re canceled >>
* The Boring Company’s LA test tunnel is almost complete >>
* ‘Ghostbusters World’ combines ‘Pokémon Go’ and turn-based battles >>

* Cantina Talk: Here’s a Buttload of Information About the New Star Wars >>
* A Hong Kong megaproject could mean trillions >>
* Waymo Self-Driving Cars use lasers to constantly guide safe driving >>

* China E-Commerce on track to 59% of world E-commerce in 2021 >>
* Two mile long Boring Company tunnel almost done >>

* Skype bot airport action, Retpolining into 2019, old Kubernetes versions for the chop in Azure >>
* Microsoft Azure looks to make cloud-native payments SWIFTer >>
* Drive.ai launches second autonomous ride-hailing pilot in Texas >>

* China Requires Blockchain-Based Information Service Providers To Register Users Using Real Names >>
* Netflix will raise $2 billion to pay for more original content >>
* After ‘Days Gone,’ What’s The Next Early 2019 Gaming Casualty? >>

* Samsung’s case for buying an 8K TV: Why wait? >>
* Linus Torvalds is Back in Charge of Linux >>
* Google Home Hub review >>

* Four short links: 22 October 2018 >>
* 10 top Python resources on O’Reilly’s online learning platform >>
* Designer babies aren’t futuristic. They’re already here. >>

* GitHub’s Website Remains Broken After a Data Storage System Failed Earlier Today >>
* Molecule-level ‘CT scans’ could lead to faster drug discovery >>
* Studying the hotbed of horizontal gene transfers >>

* DNA Tests Could Help Docs Detect Infectious Diseases Faster >>
* AI could be trained to spot cyberbullying on social media and get harmful content removed before it can inflict any damage on its victim >>

* AWS CEO joins Tim Cook in urging Bloomberg to retract its Chinese spy story >>
* Super Micro to launch fresh investigation into Bloomberg’s ‘practically impossible’ claims Chinese spy chips were put into its servers >>
* Google AI Created It’s Own Child AI, That Is Superior Then Man Made Models >>

* AI doctor could boost chance of survival for sepsis patients >>
* New drug combination destroys chemo-resistant blood cancer >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 October 2018

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* A DeepMind library to help build reinforcement learning bots >>
* Researchers Secretly Deployed A Bot That Submitted Bug-Fixing Pull Requests >>

* NASA Has Explored Manned Missions To Venus >>
* Watch What Happens When A Drone Slams Into An Airplane Wing >>
* How the Hubble Unlocked the Universe >>

* Scientists want to use ultra-hot space lasers to punch holes in CLOUDS – giving us us super-fast satellite communication by 2025 >>
* When AI Misjudgment Is Not an Accident >>
* AI tries to help you protect your children from cyberbullying >>

* 7 explanations for why mysterious radio bursts are coming from space >>
* Researchers Explore a Cancer Paradox >>
* Orbits and lighting levels for artificial moon satellite over China >>

* Skip Scooters Get a Latch So They Don’t Junk up the Sidewalks >>
* Lime’s Gen 3 scooter is built to survive rider abuse >>
* Lime’s new e-scooter will tell you where you can’t park >>

* GitHub Launches ‘Actions’ — Code That Can Be Run (and Maybe Monetized) >>
* Smart Home Makers Hoard Your Data, But Won’t Say If the Police Come For It >>
* Video Friday: TALOS Humanoid Robot, and More >>

* This city is letting people try out self-driving cars for free >>
* Single algae cells can help deliver targeted medicine >>
* Singapore on its way to being the world’s first ‘smart nation’ >>

* Doctors Can Finally 3D Print Human Tissue, Ligaments and Tendons >>
* Khashoggi’s fate shows the flip side of the surveillance state >>

* This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web >>
* Experiment Shows How to Eavesdrop on Terahertz Frequencies >>

* Hospitals Roll Out AI Systems to Keep Patients From Dying of Sepsis >>
* Arm Moving the Needle in Automotive >>
* Quantum mechanics time travel indicates no grandfather paradox >>

* Graphene Printing Technique “Silk Screens” Flexible Electronics >>
* IBM proves a quantum computing advantage over classical >>
* Atlassian: Look at our ginormous Jira revenues! But about that loss… >>

* The 45.7 megapixel camera that eases you into the future >>
* Lufthansa and IBM Watson think AI can convince you to use your vacation days >>
* Nat Geo and OpenROV are giving away 1000 robot submarines >>

* Addressing Africa’s sustainable development >>
* Quantum Computers Will Break the Encryption that Protects the Internet >>
* Researchers discover a new way to identify 3D printed guns >>

* Virtual reality makes food taste better >>
* Intel 9th-gen Core i9-9900K Review: The ‘best gaming CPU’ is also the fastest >>
* Sensemaker Series: IBM Researchers on Future Tech for Financial Services >>

* PDF to Data Frame, Clever Story, Conceptual Art, and Automatic Patch Synthesis >>
* Human-competitive Patches in Automatic Program Repair with Repairnator >>
* Shaper’s AR-equipped Origin power cutter is going on sale for $2,500 >>

* Transfer your handwritten notes to your computer with this genius pen >>
* Automation is Democratizing Experimental Science >>
* When Your Day Job Isn’t Enough >>

* MIT finds a smarter way to fight Spectre-style CPU attacks >>
* Atlassian revamps Jira Software, adds roadmaps tool >>
* SpaceX reusable rockets are better than hypersonic missiles and planes >>

* Puranik CEO of Atlantic.Net validates space based cloud operations >>
* Smart home tech makers don’t want to say if the feds come for your data >>
* 3D Printers Have ‘Fingerprints’, a Discovery That Could Help Trace 3D-Printed Guns: Study >>

* T-rex arms WEREN’T useless: New study finds its tiny limbs were far more flexible than thought >>
* Mysterious X-37B unmanned Nasa space plane passes 400 days in orbit >>
* Old honeybees make a drumming sound to get young slackers working >>

* The robocall epidemic revealed: Experts see 50% increase in scam phone calls in just six months >>
* Crispr Heals Genetic Liver Disorder In Mice >>
* Scientists have figured out why birds can see magnetic fields >>

* Scientists confirm Earth’s core is solid and surprisingly squishy >>
* Scientists spot a rare asteroid with its own moon >>
* First suspected ‘exomoon’ discovered 8,000 light-years away >>

* The World of A.I. >>
* Disruptive technology and organized religion >>
* Scientists grow functioning human neural networks in 3D from stem cells >>

* Steam VR Introduces ‘Motion Smoothing’ So Low-End PCs Can Run Games More Smoothly >>
* Huawei is working on a foldable 5G smartphone >>
* ISSUE 139: Action Item; You are what you measure. >>

* How NASA Mars Lander’s ‘Steampunk’ Claw Will Work (Video) >>
* A Signature of Planetary Migration >>

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