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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 November 2018

* Chinese scientist claims he edited babies’ genes with CRISPR >>
* NASA To Land Probe On Mars Today — Here’s How To Watch And What To Read >>
* Robotic ‘Deep Sea Atlantis’ built by China world’s first fully automated underwater research station >>

* China is developing its own $9 BILLION GPS system >>
* Lavatory analysis of urine, detecting warning signs of cancer and diabetes >>
* Smarter AI—machine learning without negative data >>

* I Compiled a List of Tech’s “Next Big Things” So You Wouldn’t Have to >>
* Amazon launches a cloud-based robotics testing platform >>
* All humans are descended from just two people, scientists claim >>

* Incepting Sight? This Brain Implant Lets Blind Patients “See” Letters >>
* LG imagines a smartphone with no less than 16 camera lenses >>
* 8 DevOps Trends to Be Aware of in 2019 >>

* Can We Avoid the Potential Dangers of AI, Robots and Big Tech Companies? >>
* UK police wants AI to stop violent crime before it happens >>
* Breakdown of brain’s autopilot mode may explain Parkinson’s disease >>

* MoonBot Kit Does Sophisticated Vision That’s Both Easy and Cheap >>
* TRAPPIST-1 Planet May Be Wet and Life-Friendly >>
* Test and Measurement Is a Major Hurdle for 5G >>

* Inside the Lab Training Genome Surgeons to Fight Disease >>
* Microsoft dethrones Apple as the most valuable US company >>
* a16z Podcast: The IQ and EQ of Robots >>

* Revolutionary scalpel costing £380 helps patients heal quicker and reduces scarring >>
* World’s fastest shark speeding toward extinction >>
* The nuclear threat is rising. Europe cannot just stand and watch >>

* Russia may fine Google for failing to remove banned websites >>
* Amazon making freely available the same machine learning courses it uses for own engineers >>
* GM cuts workers and plants as it shifts focus to electric vehicles >>

* Volvo’s self-driving trucks will haul limestone from a mine >>
* Amazon closes its restaurant delivery service in London >>
* Corvus Insurance lands $$ to turn sensor data into actionable info for its food and pharma customers >>

* China’s Cashless Economy Threatens To Leave Its Elderly — and Their Money — Behind >>
* Microsoft details the causes of its recent multi-factor authentication meltdown >>
* Electronic Glove Mimics Skin To Give Robots A Light Touch >>

* Airlines Face Crack Down on Use of ‘Exploitative’ Algorithm That Splits Up Families on Flights >>
* US movie-goers vote Back To The Future as most-wanted reboot >>
* Astronomy Picture of the Day; Rocket Launch as Seen from the Space Station >>

* Chinese scientist who claims he made CRISPR babies is under investigation >>
* Experts condemn Chinese scientists who claim to have edited the DNA of twins to give them immunity to HIV >>
* China baby gene editing claim ‘dubious’ >>
* We’re in the dark: Chinese health officials unaware of research on ‘world’s first gene-edited babies’ >>

* Virtual Desktop Is Coming To Oculus Go & Gear VR This Thursday >>
* Xbox Is Well-Poised To Dominate VR Next Generation >>
* Graphcore’s new AI chips are the best-looking server processors you’ll never see >>

* This company created a high-tech solution to a 2,500-year-old problem >>
* Healthcare: 5 AI Trends to Watch for in 2019 >>
* Building a Location-based App with React Native >>

* Implementing Google’s Pagerank Algorithm >>
* Smart Audit: Using AI in International Trade >>
* Continuous Documentation With Antora and Travis >>

* Orchestrating Microservices: A Guide for Architects >>
* Economics of Disaggregated Architectures >>
* Thoughts on Loosely-Coupled Architecture >>

* Chinese commercial space startup develops AI satellites >>
* Fujian Jinhua Integrated Circuit Co’s plan to start full-scale production at US$6 billion plant is now in tatters after US slammed the door >>
* Traditional Chinese Medicine today: Still evolving after 5,000 years >>

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