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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 5 October 2018

* AI catches fake news by gauging the accuracy of its source >>
* Lockheed’s concept moon lander can carry four astronauts >>
* Astronomers find first evidence for a moon OUTSIDE our solar system >>

* Japan Set to Allow Gene Editing in Human Embryos >>
* Biometric boarding and the end of lost luggage: Airport innovations closer than you think >>
* Model helps robots navigate more like humans do >>

* D-Wave Launches Free Quantum Cloud Service >>
* Mice given dasatinib-quercitin lived 36% longer and in better health >>
* There’s no Google Maps for self-driving cars, so this startup is building it >>

* Society 5.0: Talks from TED and Samsung >>
* This autonomous spray-painting drone is a 21st-century tagger’s dream >>
* 3D printers already create human tissue, a house and smart ‘skin devices’, so what will future bring? >>

* China reportedly carried out a ‘hardware hack’ on Apple and Amazon >>
* Chinese chip spying report shows the supply chain remains the ultimate weakness >>

* Samsung’s massive 8K TV can be yours for *cough* $15,000 >>
* Weed in space is going to be a thing now >>
* Experts reveal infrastructure trends to watch >>

* New Autonomous Farm Wants To Produce Food Without Human Workers >>
* Woz takes a broad but hopeful view on AI, IoT >>
* Alphabet’s Intra App Encrypts DNS Queries To Help Users Bypass Online Censorship >>

* Average Time To Resolve Problems is Three Times Higher Than Customers Want >>
* Why Is DevOps Becoming Mainstream in Software-Powered Organizations? >>
* Microsoft Ignite: Bot Framework, AI, Azure, and More >>

* Chaos Day: When reliability reigns >>
* Faecal swaps could help stop heart transplants from being rejected >>
* 5G Devices Are about to Change Your Life >>

* Brain scans could reveal who is more skilled at their job >>
* Free wifi for all in the works for Delta passengers, says CEO >>
* Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, and other billionaires are betting on a bacteria that could change the way we grow food >>

* The 5G Dilemma: More Base Stations, More Antennas—Less Energy? >>
* Netflix consumes 15% of the world’s global internet traffic >>
* Google admits chatbots were a bad idea >>

* How updating an outdated industrial control system can work with fog computing >>
* The programmer’s mind >>
* Can creativity be taught? >>

* Healing cafés >>
* Master Big Data Analytics With This Comprehensive Bundle, Now $29 >>
* Honda To Invest $2.75 Billion In Self-Driving GM Cruise >>

* Smartphone with-a-finger-crawls-across-the-table-to-stroke-your-wrist >>
* The History of Computing >>
* Scientists Wiped Out a Mosquito Population >>

* The Rocket Alignment Problem >>
* 6 Key Connectivity Requirements of Autonomous Driving >>
* DARPA high-resolution neural interfaces for controlling drones and cybertech >>

* Databricks pushes machine learning on easy mode >>
* JFrog picks up $165m in funding to realise its liquid software vision >>
* Step right up: AWS Cloud Transformation Day Comes to London >>
* Want to get Serverless into production? Spend a few days with us >>
* AI, Reinforcement Learning, Neural Networks… DevOps? Learn more this month >>

* Microsoft Windows 10 1809: Top new features for IT pros >>
* What to Do If Your Team Is Too Busy to Take On New Work >>
* To improve anesthesia, focus on neuroscience and nociception, experts urge >>

* GitHub gets a new and improved Jira Software Cloud integration >>
* When Tech Knows You Better Than You Know Yourself >>

* China applying implementation strengths in Global AI competition >>
* AI as Fact Checker: Algorithm Identifies Fake News >>
* How to Use Google’s Voice Access App to Control Your Android Device Hands-Free >>
* Cloudera and Hortonworks announce $5.2 billion merger >>

* Next level space is multi-trillion dollar businesses >>
* Jeff Bezos plans to build and launch a ‘large lunar lander’ in his quest to colonize space >>
* Deep-Space Radiation Could Damage Astronauts’ Guts >>
* Lockheed Martin Unveils Plans for Huge Reusable Moon Lander for Astronauts >>
* ‘Moon Race’ Backed by Blue Origin, Airbus Aims for 2024 Lunar Flight >>

* New Dwarf Planet Found in the Outskirts of the Solar System, Giving Astronomers More Ammunition to Search for Evidence of Planet 9 >>
* Dark Matter Isn’t Made From Black Holes >>
* Weekly Space Hangout: Oct 3, 2018 – Dr. David Warmflash >>

* What to expect from Google’s Pixel 3 event >>
* The Node.js and JS foundations want to merge >>
* New York Comic Con 2018: what to expect at this year’s event >>

* Why you should be data-informed and not data-driven >>
* Using the Crowd to Help Train AI Systems >>

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