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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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