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* Robots Finally Learning to Clean the Bathroom >>
* Why Noviosense’s In-Eye Glucose Monitor Might Work Better Than Google’s >>
* DARPA Laser radar can see wind 8.6 miles away and enables permanent balloons >>

* AI can create synthetic fingerprints that fool biometric scanners >>
* CodeStream lets you collaborate and talk directly in VS Code >>
* The Benefits of Laughing in the Office >>

* A computer game’s edible controller lets you play it with your gut >>
* These robots have mastered bottle-flipping >>
* Microbots made from mushroom spores could clean polluted water >>

* Video Friday: Japanese Child Robot Affetto, and More >>
* Kubernetes; 21 percent of the 71 certified service providers are from China >>
* Controlling genome editing with nanomagnets >>

* Alibaba and Amazon move over, we visited JD’s connected grocery store in China >>
* World’s first underground hotel opens in Shanghai >>

* SpaceX is getting ready to launch 71 satellites at once >>
* SpaceX gets FCC approval to launch almost 12,000 Starlink satellites. >>

* Facebook Messenger is building a ‘Watch Videos Together’ feature >>
* Popular Chinese selfie app Meitu now includes 3D editing >>
* Hong Kong is adding QR code payments to its subway stations >>

* Going 1 Million Miles per Hour With Advanced Propulsion >>
* Japanese Space Research Center will be Suspended Over a Moonlike Crater >>
* Scientists are using artificial intelligence to see inside stars using sound waves >>

* The World and the rest of your life if you are an adult now >>
* The Case Against Quantum Computing >>
* Photonic signaling for multi-chip modules >>

* Scientists say goodbye to physical definition of the kilogram >>
* Walking backwards can boost your short-term memory >>
* Gene-edited livestock including hornless cows and pigs that never hit puberty could reduce suffering on farms, researchers >>

* Demonstration supersonic plane will fly at mach 2.2 by the end of 2019 >>
* Science is Getting Less Bang for Its Buck >>
* Researchers want to power pacemakers with cotton­-based biofuel cell >>

* Vegetable galleries >>
* Zero-touch enrollment’s new features deliver for partners and customers >>
* Cisco’s Webex Teams gets BroadCloud Calling integration >>

* Artificial intelligence summit adresses impact of technology on jobs and global economy >>
* Facebook plans ‘independent’ committee for content moderation appeals >>
* I think, therefore I code >>

* How to Work for a Boss Who Has a New Idea Every 5 Minutes >>
* Check out thousands of courses for under £10 with Udemy’s Black Friday UK sale >>
* Why this $19 Microsoft Excel course could be your ticket to a promotion >>

* OpenStack regroups >>
* Uber joins Linux Foundation, cementing commitment to open-source tools >>
* Making sense of Microsoft’s approach to AI >>

* Survey finds New Zealanders turning to online chat groups for a sense of community >>
* The Evolution of Work (infoGraphic) >>
* The deadly Camp Fire in California >>

* Are Killer Robots the Future of War? Parsing the Facts on Autonomous Weapons >>
* Dysfunctional Teams >>
* Red Hat commits to Openstack for ‘at least’ 10 years >>

* Technology innovations the future of ai and blockchain >>
* Most Americans believe algorithms will always be biased >>
* Ford’s future includes self-driving deliveries and taxi services >>

* What would happen if America defaulted on its debt? >>
* There’s an enormous ghost galaxy hiding at the edge of the Milky Way >>
* Google wants to put a virtual assistant in every room of the home with smart speakers >>

* Britain needs to plant more trees and eat less meat to help ‘stop the planet overheating’, experts warn >>
* Fortune does NOT always favour the brave: Animals that take big risks when tracking down food are more likely to die out than those that play it safe >>
* Lunar Outpost Shows off their New Rover that will Crawl the Moon, Searching for Resources >>

* Can Sci-fi Movies Help Us Avoid Technological Disaster? >>
* Microsoft’s new experimental app is all about imitating emojis >>
* Amazon Has Everything it Needs To Make Massively Popular Algorithm-Driven Fiction >>

* Most ATMs Can Be Hacked in Under 20 Minutes >>
* More companies are chipping their workers like pets >>
* Scoot will add locks to its scooters to combat theft and vandalism >>

* Verily shelves its glucose-monitoring contact lens project >>
* Activating a new understanding of gene regulation >>
* Jeff Bezos tells employees ‘one day Amazon will fail’ >>

* Lab-Grown Mini Kidneys ‘Go Rouge,’ Sprout Brain and Muscle Cells >>
* Google AI better than doctors at detecting breast cancer >>
* World’s longest double-deck suspension bridge to be completed in 2019 >>

* Robotic bartenders and smart hotels: Alibaba’s vision of future consumption >>
* DevOps Ethics: The Danger of Unethical Code >>
* The Future of DevOps Observability: The Evolution of Logging, Monitoring and Metrics >>

* What kind of company town will Tesla build around its Gigafactories? >>
* New Google Assistant skill will turn on your lights, read you the news and brew your coffee with a single command >>

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