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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 October 2018

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* Largest software acquisition ever: IBM to buy Red Hat for $34B >>
* Blue Origin will be Landing its Rockets on a Used Cargo Ship. It’ll Get Converted in Time for First Flights in 2021 >>
* AI and NMR spectroscopy determine atoms configuration in record time >>

* An IBM AI Invented Perfumes That’ll Soon Sell in 4,000 Stores >>
* This 3D ‘organ on a chip’ can monitor cells in real-time to develop new treatments >>
* China to build its first Antarctic airport in November >>

* Groundbreaking new technology could allow 100-times-faster internet >>
* The Birth of Artificial Intelligence >>
* Turkey’s leader opens new Istanbul Airport as global hub >>

* Why There Will Never Be Another Red Hat: The Economics of Open Source >>
* Forget Watson, the Red Hat acquisition may be the thing that saves IBM >>

* SpaceX confirms initial BFR spaceship flight tests will occur in South Texas >>
* Cancer’s most deadly assassin exists in every cell >>
* Surgeons carry out spine surgery in the womb >>

* Hyperloop Technologies will start building in Abu Dhabi in about 10 months >>
* Interest-free loans: Hammond’s plan to solve problem debt >>

* To regulate AI we need new laws, not just a code of ethics >>
* Brainwave activity reveals potential biomarker for autism in children >>

* U.S. National Labs Team Up to Build a Quantum Network >>
* Tesla Releases New Autopilot ‘Navigate’ Feature >>
* New technology is rapidly improving cancer care, and Alexa is at the vanguard >>

* Creams remove skin sun spots with minimal pain and may prevent cancer >>
* Top AI conference NIPS won’t change its name amid growing protest over ‘bad taste’ acronym >>
* It’s Becoming Increasingly Unlikely that We’ll See a Major Shift To Virtual Reality Any Time Soon >>

* Why We Need A New Telescope To Search For Alien Life >>
* Dinosaurs Had Birdlike Lungs >>
* Tesla publishes the parts catalog for its electric cars >>

* NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope Back Online, Continues Cosmic Research >>
* Robots to Build Robots at Shanghai Factory >>
* Atlassian sells Jitsi, an open-source videoconferencing tool it acquired in 2015, to 8×8 >>

* Four short links: 29 October 2018 >>
* Robots; Your Guide To The World Of Robotics >>
* An experimental code editor for writing algorithms >>

* Smart arm bracelet warns of nighttime epileptic seizures >>
* Earth may have a pair of ‘ghost moons’ made of dust trapped in orbit >>
* Astronauts could be FROZEN during missions to Mars and beyond to protect them from space radiation and save on food and water supplies >>

* “Schrödinger’s Bacterium” Could Be a Quantum Biology Milestone >>
* UAE enters space race as successfully launches satellite KhalifaSat from Japan ahead of manned missions to ISS and Mars >>
* Doctor 2.0: The numbers behind AI usein healthcare >>

* SpaceX Falcon Heavy and NASA crewed launches will fund BFR development >>
* Hyperpolarized quantum MRI increases sensitivity 100,000 times >>

* IBM is betting the farm on Red Hat — and it better not mess up >>
* Microsoft teaches a 10-year-old Red Dog new tricks and the Windows 10 1809 delay hits Exchange 2019 >>
* Oracle’s Wookiee brings microservices to Scala developers >>
* Oracle launches digital assistant that can integrate multiple apps >>

* When Companies Should Invest in Training Their Employees — and When They Shouldn’t >>
* Dilbert; Monday October 29, 2018 Training By Osmosis >>
* Chemists thrilled by speedy atomic structures >>

* How to Optimize Performance Testing With a Shift-Left Approach >>
* Your Brain Waves Could Soon Replace Passwords Entirely >>
* You Can Play Over 2,600 Windows Games on Linux Via Steam Play >>

* Russia successfully tests key element of nuclear propulsion spacecraft >>
* China launches ocean-observing satellite under closer Sino-EU space cooperation >>
* HZMB welcomes 59,000 passengers on first Saturday after opening >>

* How Intuit Uses Deep Learning to Help You with Your Taxes – Ep. 71 >>
* 5 Reasons DevOps Toolchain Needs Time-Series Based Monitoring >>
* Kubernetes, the Easy Way >>

* Reasons Developers Think Python Is the Best for AI >>
* Pathogen Detection: The Technology We All Need Right Now >>
* 20 top lawyers were beaten by legal AI. Here are their surprising responses >>

* Deep Learning vs Machine Learning >>
* Stop Procrastinating: “Decentralization” is Coming! >>
* Australian space startup will have its first satellites in orbit teaming up with Rocket Labs >>

* Amazon Go is the inevitable evolution of supermarket retail >>

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