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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11 October 2018

October 10, 2018 Leave a comment

* Researchers map where subjective feelings are located in the body >>
* You can recognise around 5000 faces, from family to celebrities >>
* Join us at advanced TV events this fall >>

* This machine could turn your power walking into usable energy >>
* Google Cloud boss promises ‘security built into every layer of the system’ at UK shindig >>
* Time to say farewell to Scrum? Continual Delivery could blow it away >>

* Block me, Amadeus: Falco to perform in CNCF sandbox >>
* The craziest projects from a conference on experimental UI >>
* Samsung thinks you want a phone with four rear cameras >>

* Cloud Foundry expands its support for Kubernetes >>
* Researchers develop 3D printed objects that can track their own use >>
* Instagram reveals AI that can scan for bullying in photos and captions >>

* Google’s ‘horrifying’ Duplex AI bot set to come to Pixel 3 phones next month >>
* ShadowPlay: Using our hands to have some fun with AI >>
* Huawei unveils two advanced AI chips as part of its ‘big bet’ on artificial intelligence technology >>

* World’s largest CCTV maker leaves at least 9 million cameras open to public viewing >>
* AI lifeline to help devs craft smartmobe apps that suck a whole lot less… battery capacity >>
* The Internet is 24×7. Carbon-free energy should be too. >>

* Online Graduate Programs in Power Engineering: Preparing Engineers to Meet the Challenges for Our Generation >>
* Possible game changer in detection of submarines >>
* Google had hoped to launch Dragonfly in ‘six to nine months’ >>

* Robots in Photos: SpotMini, iCub, and More from IROS 2018 >>
* Timeline for anti-aging treatment against senescent cells >>
* US Army shifting billions to priorities like better guns for soldiers >>

* Drones will be tightly integrated with army vehicles >>
* Definitely Not Aliens’: These Photos of SpaceX’s Night Rocket Launch and Landing Are Amazing! >>
* MASCOT Operations on Asteroid Ryugu >>

* Waymo’s self-driving cars hit 10 million miles >>
* Pixel 3 XL camera first look: Awesome features you need to see in action >>
* 3 Ways to Build a Data-Driven Team >>

* China unveils first “firefighting” train >>
* Google 2.0: Why MIT scientists are building a new search engine >>
* Brazil’s healthtech sector is new hot spot >>

* Facebook Workplace adds algorithmic feed, Safety Check and enhanced chat >>
* It IS better to be born rich and stupid than smart and poor >>

* We’ve missed many chances to curb global warming. This may be our last chance >>
* Moons can have moons and they are called moonmoons >>
* Swarms of robot bees can pollinate plants if climate change and pesticides kill off insects >>

* Are Virgin Galactic and Richard Branson really going to space soon? >>
* Antibiotic that ‘could treat deadly resistant infections like MRSA’ is found in a deep sea SPONGE growing one mile below the surface of Atlantic >>
* Insta360 turned a Nerf rocket into a VR camera holder >>

* The Surgeon Who Works On Babies Before They’re Born >>
* Star Wars: Project Porg Coming To Magic Leap One From ILMxLab >>
* Andy Rubin working on a new smartphone that can text for you >>

* IoT is helping farmers run their farms from a smartphone >>
* Droneshield launches new ‘soft kill’ technology to intercept enemy drones >>
* Here are all the gadgets Google just announced in one 48-second video >>

* Product Driven Machine Learning (and NYC Parking Tickets) >>
* What do you call AI without the boring bits? >>
* Found in translation: Building a language translator from scratch with deep learning >>

* Multi-Cloud Interoperable Cloud Services >>
* Compliant DevOps >>
* Is AI Automated Coding the Next Era of Programming? >>

* Architecture for Continuous Delivery >>
* Automated Testing and DevOps Processes >>
* DevOptimism: The Future of DevOps is Becoming Clearer >>

* DevSecOps and Development: Making the World Safer One Application at a Time >>
* Report: It’s Easy to Hack an Entire Generation of Military Weapons >>
* Android creator wants Essential’s new phone to text and email for you >>

* Bootlin at the XDC 2018 Conference >>
* Capitalism is becoming less competitive >>
* Scientists Propose a Way to Feed 10 Billion People By 2050 Sustainably >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 10 October 2018

October 10, 2018 Leave a comment

* Instagram anti bullying algorithm >>
* The Next Great (Digital) Extinction >>
* Tim Berners-Lee is on a mission to decentralize the web >>

* Intel’s 9th-gen Core i7-9700K abandons Hyper-Threading >>
* Google drops out of Pentagon’s $10 billion cloud competition >>
* Microsoft deal with Grab brings its AI, cloud tech to ride-hailing >>

* CRISPR Cures Inherited Disorder in Mice >>
* Falling rocks can explode so hard that only nuclear weapons beat them >>
* During Exercise, Men And Women Have Different ‘thermal Behavior’ >>

* Google’s Human-Sounding Phone Bot Comes to the Pixel >>
* The first Made-for-Google lightbulbs don’t require a hub >>
* NASA is using HoloLens AR headsets to build its new spacecraft faster >>

* Google Duplex is coming to Pixel phones next month >>
* Google’s phone-calling AI comes to Pixel phones in November >>
* Google’s AR Stickers are now appropriately called Playground >>

* New Google Classroom feature forces kids to answer questions >>
* Netflix is buying its first production studio complex >>
* T-Mobile’s prepaid service will offer 5G in 2019 >>

* China is capable of destabilizing or destroying Bitcoin, new research suggests >>
* Body camera maker will let cops live-stream their encounters >>
* Gene editing can’t help human fetuses yet, but it just made a big leap in mice >>

* Virgin Galactic will be in space in “weeks not months,” says Branson >>
* Generation Orbit rocket designated X-60A hypersonic test rocket >>

* Economics Nobel Prize Winner Sees No Singularity on the Horizon >>
* Can the Wi-Fi chip in your phone help feed the world? >>
* First Orion Service Module Ready for Shipment to the US >>

* Hubble Space Telescope Malfunction Won’t Last Long, NASA Says >>
* Shopper Sentiment: Analyzing in-store customer experience >>
* Track the number of coffees consumed using AWS DeepLens >>

* GREEKS forecast modern technology trends: AI, killer androids and driverless cars were all predicted in ancient myths >>
* The Unsolvable Problem >>
* What is ‘problem internet use’ and is it really a problem? >>

* SpaceX gets NASA go-ahead for first manned US space launch since the shuttle retired >>

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