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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 November 2018

* Artificial Intelligence Is Learning to Keep Learning >>
* An AI lie detector will interrogate travellers at some EU borders >>
* Machines that learn language more like kids do >>

* AI Trained to Recognize Deep-Space Galaxies >>
* AI and the Eye: Deep Learning for Glaucoma Detection >>
* Halloween masks of terrifying monsters and ghouls designed by an AI >>
* AI systems shed light on root cause of religious conflict: Humanity is not naturally violent >>

* Kepler, the Little NASA Spacecraft That Could, No Longer Can >>
* Scary Giant Blue Stars May Unlock Mysteries of Stellar Evolution >>
* Hawaiian Supreme Court Approves Giant Telescope on Mauna Kea >>

* Top tech companies like Netflix and LinkedIn say they have no problem with employees interviewing for other jobs — in fact, they might want to help >>
* World’s first robot delivery service launched in Milton Keynes >>
* Waymo is the first company that’s allowed to test autonomous cars without a backup driver in California >>

* Royole could be the first company to release a foldable smartphone >>
* Fruitful careers: Lime juicers >>
* Building a Moral Machine: Who Decides the Ethics of Self-Driving Cars? >>

* Starship’s robots can now deliver packages, too >>
* Facebook’s Vision for the Future: Less News Feed, More Stories >>

* The hybrid cloud market just got a heck of a lot more compelling >>
* Religious groups turn violent when feel threatened by another sect and are then forced to challenge their own beliefs, scientists >>

* Elon Musk pushing SpaceX for mid-2019 first live Starlink satellites >>
* Rapid discharging batteries enable electric passenger planes >>
* Cray Shasta supercomputer in 2020 with about 100 petaflops >>

* China space program will get busy with moon missions and a space station >>
* DARPA robotic co-pilot will fly Blackhawk Helicopters in 2019 >>
* Ford says the future is built and disses vision >>

* China establishing 225 square mile robotic ship test area >>
* SpaceX has static fire for first Crew Demo mission >>
* Sensor-laden Gadgets Track Package Abuse and Blood Sugar Changes Noninvasively >>

* Report: Elon Musk fired a bunch of SpaceX execs in Starlink shakeup >>
* 43-second loss of connectivity helped trigger GitHub’s 24-hour TITSUP (Total Inability To Support User Pulls) >>
* Intel i9-9900K explained: The road to 5GHz >>

* MIT’s BeeMe Giant Social Experiment Puts a Human Under Internet Control >>
* Why SpaceX’s Next-Gen Rockets are Powered by Methane >>
* 4 Analytics Concepts Every Manager Should Understand >>

* Research: When Getting Fired Is Good for Your Career >>
* Waymo can test fully driverless cars on California roads >>
* Google to give away US$25 million to fund humane AI projects >>

* World’s largest statue unveiled amid controversy over £330m price tag and scale of environmental impact >>
* China claims to have successfully developed a QUANTUM RADAR that can detect ‘invisible’ fighter jets from 60 miles away >>
* 200 Google workers will walk out on Thursday, Google has a bit of a PR problem on its hands >>

* Island nation Vanuatu will use drones to transport vaccines >>
* Inside The Only Supercar Factory In America >>
* This Train Announcement About China’s Social Credit System Is A Dystopia Come To Life >>
* Chinese built portable power source to serve Antarctic expedition >>

* 2018 in Review: State of DevOps Adoption >>
* Fast Feedback and Rapid Iteration: The New Game Changers for Developers >>
* DevOps Enterprise Summit Las Vegas 2018 — The Best Yet? >>
* The Future of Microservices >>
* Microservices Automation Deployment Using AWS and Docker >>
* Why Continuous Deployment and Continuous Monitoring Make a Winning Pair >>

* New Zealand is best place to do business but UK slips to ninth – report >>
* Entire Village in New Zealand Is Listed for Sale for $1.8 Million >>

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