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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 02 December 2018

* First 8K satellite TV broadcasts launched today in Japan >>
* Watch Spacex Attempt Its Wickedly Complex Satellite Launch >>
* Detecting Fog Using Signals from Cell-Phone Towers >>

* Uber may acquire Bird or Lime to accelerate its scooter plans >>
* Gene Therapy Tackles a Common Birth Defect: Deafness >>
* Molecular Microscope Lets Scientists Peer inside Single Cells >>

* Physicists finally calculated where the proton’s mass comes from >>
* We could move to another planet with a spaceship like this >>
* The most amazing health innovations of 2018 >>

* In the Coming Automated Economy, People Will Work for AI >>
* Toyota untethers its T-HR3 humanoid robot thanks to 5G >>
* Researchers use AI and 3D printing to recreate paintings from photographs >>

* Leading the Transformation – Stories from the Trenches >>
* VMware Wavefront Adds AI, Distributed Tracing >>
* New Research Could Rewrite Physics From the Ground Up >>

* Creating Synthetic Silk from Microbes >>
* NASA spacecraft OSIRIS-REx set to start mission at asteroid Bennu >>
* In vitro cell culture findings could lead to novel interventions for schizophrenia >>

* Moon Direct SpaceX Falcon Heavy Plan is 6 Years Faster and 50 times Cheaper than NASA >>
* Occipital Announces Availability of Structure Core 3D Sensor >>
* TED Women Notes >>

* The Future of HIV Treatment Might Not Involve Pills >>
* Are There Bacteria in Your Brain? >>
* ‘People don’t go out’: the town where half the pubs have vanished >>

* Future Trade War Balance of Power From Now to 2055 >>
* A New Atomic Clock has been Built that Would be off by Less than a Second Since the Big Bang >>
* Why Do We Put Telescopes in Space? >>

* Facebook and MIT tap AI to give addresses to people without them >>
* Massive drones used for window-washing >>

* High-contrast imaging for cancer therapy with protons >>
* ‘Chemputer’ promises app-controlled revolution for drug production >>
* Motion-powered electric bandage speeds healing by zapping wounds >>

* Space Photos Of The Week: Packing For Mars >>
* Shocking Maps Show How Humans Have Reshaped Earth Since 1992 >>
* Researchers Just Created a New Form of Matter >>

* AWS has a security hub, OpenSSL has a new license, London has a problem with cryptocoins, and more >>
* Sexual Misconduct Claims Against Host Neil deGrasse Tyson >>
* George H.W. Bush, 41st President of the United States, Dies At 94 >>

* Cisco Looks to Build DevOps Community >>
* How Integration Patterns Impact Your Microservices Architecture >>
* Yerkes–Dodson law >>

* What is Serverless? — Part 3: Kubernetes and Serverless >>
* Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition >>
* Azure Functions 2.0 – Real World Use Case for Serverless Architecture >>

* Improving Your Regression Testing Projects Through Automation >>
* Using Feature Flags for Client Demos and Simulating Complex Scenarios >>
* Monoliths to Microservices: Scale Changes Everything >>

* This robot cafe in Tokyo is remotely controlled by disabled staff, and it’s incredible >>
* There Could be Hundreds of Interstellar Asteroids and Comets in the Solar System Right Now That we Could Study >>
* TESS is Operational, Astronomers Estimate it’ll Find 14,000 Planets. 10 Could Be Earthlike >>

* New Calculation Adds Up All the Starlight in the Universe >>
* Fly Over NASA InSight’s New Mars Home – Elysium Planitia >>
* Soviet Robot-Retrieved Moon Rocks Sell for $855,000 at Sotheby’s >>

* The First Clinical Trial Of A Male Birth Control Gel Is Under Way >>
* Equipment for Moon Mining Operations are Being Developed >>
* AI Robot CIMON Debuts at International Space Station >>

* Argentina Compared to Brazil >>
* Microsoft Is Worth as Much as Apple. How Did That Happen? >>
* Amazon’s Alexa is getting Apple Music just in time to play some Christmas tunes >>

* Google Assistant can compliment your manners, but not everyone loves the idea >>
* Solving AI’s ‘black box’ problem: Learning how algorithms make decisions >>
* AT&T details its streaming service plans as it weighs a sale of its Hulu stake >>

* Microsoft’s redesigned Office icons showcase the future of the software suite >>
* China’s Infervision is helping 280 hospitals worldwide detect cancers from images >>
* UK supermarket Tesco teams with VW to install 2,500 EV chargers >>

* GCHQ’s not-so-smart idea to spy on encrypted messaging apps is branded ‘absolute madness’ >>
* You won’t see Elon Musk smoking weed in public again, NASA admin says >>
* China reportedly tracks EV data including drivers’ locations >>

* New AWS tool helps customers understand best cloud practices >>
* The attributes that define the increasingly critical Data-as-a-Service industry >>
* Face Transplant Patient Reveals New Look 10 Months After Surgery >>

* The White House will meet with tech execs to talk ‘transformational ideas’ >>
* AWS announces a slew of new Lambda features >>
* AWS launches a managed Kafka service >>

* US Biotech Firms Made China’s Gene-Edited Babies Possible >>
* NASA reveals companies that will help it return to the moon >>
* The American Citizen’s Guide to Clean Air >>

* NAB to move some core banking systems to Amazon’s cloud >>
* Nutanix bets big on real-time machine vision analysis at the edge >>
* AWS CEO talks up depth of services over rivals, targets Larry Ellison >>

* NASA Chooses Private Companies for Future Moon Landings >>
* Design and Optimization of FBAR Filters to Enable 5G >>
* New Metal-Air Transistor Replaces Semiconductors >>

* Azure Migration Opportunities: When Is the Best Time to Move Your Customers to the Cloud? >>
* Space art could be so much more than a shiny satellite in the sky >>
* Asteroid-Sampling Mission Zeroes in on Tiny Space Rock >>

* U.N. says 2018 will be Earth’s 4th-warmest year on record, predicts a 5- to 9-degree temperature >>
* Building a Test Bed for New 5G Technology Using NI Software Defined Radio >>
* Automakers Give the Chinese Government Access To Location Data of Electric Cars (theverge.com) >>

* How introducing microbial life to Mars can make it livable for humans >>
* The future of fighting cancer: Zapping tumors in less than a second >>
* The Human Origin Story Has Changed Again, Thanks To New Discovery In Algeria >>

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