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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 October 2018

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* 10 trillion frames per second, this camera captures light in slow motion >>
* Amazon is reportedly building ‘picker’ robots for fulfillment centers >>
* New ALPHA-g Detector Poised to Search for Signs of Anti-Gravity >>

* Quadrotor Maintains High Speed Flight With Just Three Rotors >>
* Lockheed Martin’s new job interview is a 14-foot-tall black box and a near-impossible aerospace equation >>
* The UK invited a robot to ‘give evidence’ in Parliament for attention >>

* Boston Dynamics Is Prepping Its Robot Dog to Get a Job >>
* Lab-grown eyes explain how a baby’s vision develops in the womb >>
* Announcement next month; Samsung foldable phone tablet >>

* Surgery in Space: Medicine’s Final Frontier >>
* Learn about serverless with these books, videos, and tutorials >>
* Drone leads lost traveler out of desert in northwest China >>

* World Intelligent Manufacturing Summit 2018 held in China’s Nanjing >>
* Building artificial people: Endless possibilities and the dark side >>
* Robot farms, the sleep economy and more >>

* DARPA wants to teach and test ‘common sense’ for AI >>
* Amazon adds a free Echo Dot to Xbox One purchases >>
* The Future of Work Might Actually Be … Good? >>

* Free Speech in the Age of Algorithmic Megaphones >>
* A year of Scoble change >>
* Fabrics are the future >>

* Watch this quadrotor turn into a trirotor and keep flying >>
* Modular 3D Printer Builds Sustainable Houses Using Locally-Sourced Materials >>
* Scientists Have Laid Out a Plan To Search For Life in the Universe >>

* Self-Healing Polymer ‘Very Close’ to Commercial Production >>
* How Netflix Expanded to 190 Countries in 8 Years >>
* Antibiotics May Soon Become Useless. Now What? >>

* Amazon’s new APIs connect smart home cameras and doorbells to Alexa >>
* Latest Spot demo puts a Boston Dynamics robot to work >>
* Researchers Develop 3D Printed Objects That Can Track and Store How They Are Used >>

* Facebook Groups now supports 250-person chat rooms >>
* Boston Dynamics’ Robot Went From a Drunk Baby To a Nimble Ninja in a Matter of Years >>
* Microsoft moves key technologies, including Cortana, from research to product groups >>

* Google Translate adds real-time translations for 13 new languages >>
* Rocket Lab – big growth plans to go with big new Auckland factory >>
* Researchers quickly harvest 2-D materials, bringing them closer to commercialization >>

* Deep learning at scale: A field manual >>
* Notes from the frontier: Making AI work >>
* Charting the Earth’s future for the 21st century >>

* AI’s next battlefield is literally the battlefield >>
* We can harness algae with magnets to deliver drugs inside our bodies >>
* Mice eat too much food if their great grandmother did the same >>
* Scientists Turn Nuclear Waste into Diamond Batteries That’ll Last for Thousands of Years >>

* Researchers Accidentally Reprogram Mature Brain Cells >>
* ISSUE 138: People-Oriented Programmers >>
* Artificial intelligence helps reveal how people process abstract thought >>

* Researchers find a ‘critical need’ for whole genome sequencing of young cancer patients >>
* Next Generation Telescopes Could Use “Teleportation” to Take Better Images >>
* How Will Private Space Travel Transform NASA’s Next 60 Years? >>

* What Neil Armstrong’s Sons Really Think About the Movie “First Man” >>
* Spacex rocket competitors get some US Air force help >>
* China plan to win AI with lots of money, data and easy regulations >>

* All F-35 stealth fighters are grounded after September crash >>
* A military expert explains why social media is the new battlefield >>
* Introduction to Serverless >>

* 15 Business Opportunities Enabled by AI >>
* Can AI-Driven Test Automation Enhance Continuous Delivery? >>
* DevOps World | Jenkins World 2018 San Francisco: Video Interviews, Day 2 >>
* NGINX Unveils Hybrid Application Delivery Controller Platform >>

* DevOps Chat: All Day DevOps Preview >>
* Disrupting the Reaper: Tech Titans’ Quest for Immortality Rages Forward >>
* 60 Years and Counting: Here’s What NASA Has in Store for the Coming Decades >>

* Apple CEO Tim Cook visits hot Chinese start-up Bytedance during Beijing trip >>
* Key Differences; Continuous Integration, Delivery and Deployment >>

* Continuous, Incremental, Progressive Delivery: Pick Three >>
* Scobleizer lists >>
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