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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 November 2018

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* SpaceX to Build ‘Mini BFR’ Version of Mars Ship to Fly on Falcon 9, Elon Musk Says >>
* First AI themed park opens to Beijing public >>

* VMware Extends Scope of Alliance with IBM >>
* Docker invites elderly Windows Server apps to spend remaining days in supervised care >>

* Blood test can spot DNA from eight different types of cancer >>
* Japan Develops World’s First Test to Detect Cancer via Urine Samples >>
* The Netherlands’ new train cars are nicer than your office >>

* HUMAN + MACHINE Reimagining work in the age of AI >>
* Investor, AI Pioneer Kai-Fu Lee on the Future of AI in the US, China – Ep. 72 >>
* Modernizing Testing as Apps Re-Architect >>

* Digital revolution spurs economic growth >>
* American companies “covet” burgeoning Chinese market at import fair >>
* Quick tour of the seven exhibition areas of CIIE >>

* This is Samsung’s foldable smartphone Our foldable future is here >>
* Samsung reveals key specs for its upcoming foldable smartphone >>
* Samsung Finally Announces Its Foldable Screen Device >>

* Object detection in 4K and 8K video using GPUs >>
* Mining the Ground Truth of Enterprise Toolchains >>

* China implements tech that can detect people by the way they walk >>
* Tesla replaces Elon Musk as board chair with Telstra CFO Robyn Denholm >>
* Modernizing Testing as Apps Re-Architect >>

* Samsung debuts foldable ‘Infinity Flex’ phone display >>
* Netgear’s first Wi-Fi 6 routers look like sci-fi spaceships >>
* The RadMini by Rad Power Bikes is hefty yet rad! >>

* a16z Podcast: Automation + Work, Human + Machine >>
* Country’s first unmanned missile boat on display at Airshow China >>
* Work starts on China’s first homegrown luxury cruise ships >>

* The global AI race is imperiling research, and no algorithm can fix it >>
* Google Cloud wants to make it easier for data scientists to share models >>
* China’s Brightest Children Are Being Recruited To Develop AI ‘Killer Bots’ >>
* Electric flying taxi service Lilium poaches key hires from Audi, Airbus >>

* Usb-c Projector Pairs Perfectly With The New Ipad Pro >>
* Blockchain startup proposes communes for San Francisco’s homeless >>
* This tech could blast heat into space to keep buildings cool >>

* Elon Musk says Tesla is halfway to producing the world’s biggest battery in Australia >>
* SpaceX plans shortcut to test a mini version of its Big Falcon Rocket >>

* The Future of DevOps >>
* What Devs Need to Know About DevOps >>
* Fixing a Broken DevOps Culture >>

* AI Can Tell If You’re Depressed by Listening to You Talk >>
* The Value of Staying Current >>
* How Do Self-Driving Cars See? (And How Do They See Me)? >>

* Boeing issues safety bulletin on 737 Max aircraft following Lion Air crash >>
* Output of global unmanned aircraft system to exceed 400 bln USD: white paper >>
* I played ping-pong with a robot at CIIE >>

* Future Spacesuits Should Be Beautiful — and Not Just for Space. Here’s Why. >>
* This Star Killed its Companion and is now Escaping the Milky Way >>

* Japanese Cargo Ship Departs Space Station. Next Stop: Oblivion. >>
* Mars InSight Lands on November 26th. Here’s where it’s going to touch down >>
* We Could Build a Powerful Laser and Let Any Civilizations Within 20,000 Light-Years Know We’re Here. Although… Should We? >>

* report | Almost Autonomous: putting semi self-driving cars on the road >>
* SpaceX low latency Starlink satellite network will be massively profitable >>
* SpaceX Mini-BFS will make fully reusable Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy in 2019 >>

* The scooters arrive in Australia >>
* Google Is Adding Android Support For Foldable Screens >>
* The Midterm Election Didn’t Salvage Net Neutrality >>

* Windows 10 blocks pesky notifications with improved Focus Assist feature in Build 18277 >>
* Netflix hack day project uses eye tracking to navigate its iOS app >>
* Microsoft Word will automatically create to-do lists for you >>

* A robot scientist will dream up new materials to advance computing and fight pollution >>
* Volcanoes, super-glasses and the dark net: Ten of NZ’s boldest new research projects >>
* How to Derail a Runaway Train (and Save Australia) >>

* Watch: Universal basic income and the jobs apocalypse >>
* How Do Self-Driving Cars See? (And How Do They See Me)? >>
* Lessons learned while helping enterprises adopt machine learning >>

* Clever Tech Keeping America’s (Many) Disabled Farmers on the Job >>
* CircleCI launches Orbs, a package manager for software delivery automation >>
* A.I. Teaches Minecraft Players About Architecture >>

* How to Engineer Biology >>
* Amazon employees set to confront Jeff Bezos over the firm’s controversial facial recognition technology >>
* The Fascinating, Creepy New Research in Human Hibernation for Space Travel >>

* Files by Google: the file management app for every Android user >>
* New Satellites Will Use Radio Waves to Spy on Ships and Planes >>
* This is how artificial intelligence will become weaponized in future cyberattacks >>

* How to Deploy a Jenkins Cluster on AWS in a Fully Automated CI/CD Platform >>
* How Enterprises Should Prepare Themselves Before Migrating to the Cloud >>
* How to Build Hybrid Cloud Confidence >>

* Angry Birds Might Be Coming To Location-Based VR >>
* Netflix shows off eye tracking and ‘jump to shark’ button from its latest Hack Day >>
* The internet can’t handle functioning like a democracy >>

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