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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 October 2018

* Google’s Project Stream makes ‘Assassin’s Creed’ playable in Chrome >>
* World’s first test tube lion cubs >>
* Cancer immune therapy recognised with Nobel Prize for medicine >>

* The Human Cell Atlas Is Biologists’ Latest Grand Project >>
* Top Stories In September: Infinite Loop And Beyond >>

* First ‘social network of brains’ lets three players solve a Tetris-style puzzle >>
* Verizon’s 5G home internet service is now live in four US cities >>
* This Japanese robot contractor can install drywall >>

* Ex-Apple engineers unveil a next-generation sensor for self-driving cars >>
* Amazon has failed as a destination for ‘discovery’ shopping — so it built a physical store >>

* US subs would be sitting ducks for new Chinese ‘Death Star’ laser satellite that will be able spot them 1,600ft below the surface >>
* Fluke experiment hints deep brain stimulation really treats depression >>
* Domesticating tomatoes took millennia – we can now redo it in 3 years >>

* Four short links: 1 October 2018 >>
* HP made a laptop out of leather >>
* Three robot advances that’ll be needed for DARPA’s new underground challenge >>

* YouTube’s miniplayer arrives to keep you watching while browsing >>
* An Open Source Resistance Takes Shape as Tech Giants Race To Map the World >>
* Why Agile Goes Awry — and How to Fix It >>

* Watch this humanoid robot install drywall >>
* Website flaw exposed a Canadian ISP’s entire customer database >>
* New Zealand Travelers Refusing Digital Search Now Face $5000 Customs Fine >>

* Pushing the limits of streaming technology >>
* Incoming Calls >>
* World economic projection to 2060 >>

* 3d Simulation Delves Into Blue Star Mystery >>
* Microsoft Announces Experimental Release of ROS for Windows 10 >>
* The First Rocket Launch from Cape Canaveral >>

* Here’s when NASA plans to send humans to the Moon and Mars >>
* Neighbors can’t believe who’s in the driver seat of their van >>
* Nobel prize for medicine goes to cancer therapy >>

* Economists in the tech sector >>
* New Tesla chair must rein in Elon Musk >>

* Moscow car crash turns into $80 million AR concept >>
* Deep Learning A-Z™: Hands-On Artificial Neural Networks >>
* Digital Ids Are More Dangerous Than You Think >>

* When an AI Goes Full Jack Kerouac >>
* The Facebook hack could be Europe’s first big online privacy battle >>
* Google announces Project Stream, will let testers play Assassin’s Creed Odyssey for free >>
* Soft Materials Could Replace Silicon To Cut Solar Cell Costs >>

* Actually, Elon Staying At Tesla is The Best Case Scenario >>
* The Future of Electric Cars Is Brighter With Elon Musk in It >>
* How the Kardashians and Selena Gomez are smarter than Elon Musk >>

* India’s Biometric ID System Has Led To Starvation For Some Poor, Advocates Say >>
* As Facebook loses 50 million users’ data, this $10,000 Australian invention could be a key to global data security >>

* A crash course on Serverless with AWS—Image resize on-the-fly with Lambda and S3 >>
* Insufficient Sleep Associated with Risky Teen Behavior >>
* Can We Find the Home of Our First Interstellar Visitor? >>

* NASA’s Got Ambitious Goals for Crewed Space Exploration >>
* ‘Made in China 2025’: China has a competitive AI game plan but success will need cooperation >>
* Alibaba CEO Daniel Zhang tells employees not to ‘live for KPIs’ in speech after being named Jack Ma’s successor >>

* Chinese premier says foreign talent important to China’s innovation >>
* Beijing to add 1,628 more auto charging piles >>
* Early clinical trials showing promise for new kind of cancer vaccine >>

* The World Bank and tech companies want to use AI to predict famine >>
* Virtual and augmented reality will change our sense of a shared reality >>

* Unbiased algorithms can still be problematic >>
* A Dutch City Is Creating the First Habitable, 3D Printed Houses >>
* Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin beats key rival to rocket engine deal >>

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