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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 06 December 2018

* Waymo launches its first commercial self-driving car service >>
* First baby born thanks to womb transplant from deceased donor >>
* Secret Service will test facial recognition around the White House >>

* Kubernetes’ First Major Security Hole Discovered >>
* Scientists can ‘read rats MINDS’ and predict what they will do next after mapping their brains >>
* Uber launches its first BUS service: New Egyptian ‘microbus’ network >>

* Motion impossible: Tom Cruise declares war on TV frame interpolation >>
* a16z Video: When Advertising Isn’t Enough >>
* Huawei signs deal to upgrade Portugal’s largest phone network Altice to 5G >>

* Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 chip will power virtually every major 2019 Android phone >>
* 5G’s biggest challenge is making sure it actually works as promised >>
* Samsung has a 5G prototype phone with a corner notch >>
* AT&T will offer a second Samsung 5G phone next year >>
* How fast is 5G? This speed demo gives us an idea >>
* 5G Lands in Hawaii, and Soon, on Your Next Smartphone >>

* MongoDB’s Atlas shrugs, with all NoSQL biz’s customer growth resting on its shoulders >>
* Scientist’s accidental discovery makes coral grow 40x faster >>
* Ultrasound makes Qualcomm’s new in-display fingerprint sensor super-secure >>

* Next X: The future of Health and Wellness >>
* UK DNA project hits major milestone with 100,000 genomes sequenced >>
* A New Connection between the Gut and the Brain >>

* A SpaceX Delivery Capsule May Be Contaminating the ISS >>
* NLP for Code, Monolith vs. Modular, Automatic Gender Recognition, and Budget Simulator >>
* Microsoft SEAL to encrypt and secure sensitive data in the cloud >>

* Stopping a Wildfire with a Low-Cost Sensor Network >>
* Near Term Moon Bases and Operations >>
* Norwegian Telecos Set New Record for Download Speeds in a Tunnel >>

* An Eye-Scanning Lie Detector Is Forging a Dystopian Future >>
* We’re No Longer in Smartphone Plateau. We’re in the Smartphone Decline. >>

* ASML Developing Next-Gen EUV Lithography >>
* Arianespace Rocket Launches India’s Largest Satellite. South Korean Weather Satellite, Too. >>
* Tiny Satellites Pose a Swarm of Opportunities — And Threats >>

* Delay of SpaceX Launch May Mean 36,000 Wormy Passengers Are Too Old for Their Planned Experiments >>
* NASA’s Insight Mars Lander Raises Robotic Arm in Touchdown Triumph Photo >>
* Watch the Second ‘Captain Marvel’ Trailer! >>

* NYPD police officers will start using drones >>
* The AI That Knows Exactly What You Want to Eat >>
* Microsoft is Working On a New Iteration of Windows To Take On ChromeOS >>

* Netflix Will Keep ‘Friends’ Through Next Year in a $100 Million Agreement >>
* Google shows personalized search results even when users are logged out or using incognito >>
* Microsoft to kill off its Edge browser >>

* Giddel’s portable robot uses 3D coordinates to clean >>
* These Are the Games You Should Check Out in December 2018 >>
* The Future Is Bright for the Video Games of Yesterday >>

* Final preparations underway for Chinese mission to try and land on the dark side of moon >>
* 120+ live online training courses opened for January and February >>
* New Gravitational-Wave Detections Include Largest, Most Distant Black Hole Crash Ever >>

* Scooter-sharing is hard on e-scooters. This ‘smart’ scooter thinks it can help. >>
* The Right Way to Solve Complex Business Problems >>
* How To Protect Yourself After Quora’s Recent Data Breach >>

* The U.S. National Academies Reports on the Prospects for Quantum Computing >>
* Scientist Who Gene Edited the First Human Embryos Born as Babies is Missing >>
* SpaceX Operating Margin on Rockets Increasing by Over 10% to 74+% >>

* Quantum computers pose a security threat that we’re still totally unprepared for >>
* Kim Dotcom Extradition Battle May Have Years to Run >>
* Japan’s Final Pager Provider To End Its Service In 2019 >>

* Space worms may help get astronauts to Mars >>
* Why the World Needs to Rethink Retirement >>
* Two papers by GSSI researchers at AAAI 2019 >>

* Samsung Launching 1TB SSD for $150 on Dec. 16 >>
* Neural Information Processing Systems videos : >>
* Pool Breaks Do Not Get Any Better Than This >>

* Small and medium-sized businesses ‘oblivious’ to tech revolution >>
* Uber Is Headed for a Crash >>
* Facebook Wins Patent For Human-Eye ‘Retinal’ Resolution VR Headset >>

* Location-Based Mission Impossible VR Experience Coming In 2019 >>
* Youtube Creators Blindsided By Major Network’s Collapse >>
* Google’s appearance before Congress will mark a turning point for its CEO >>

* An Oxford Scientist May Have Solved the Mystery of Dark Matter >>
* Russia’s Latest Weapon: A Laser Cannon >>
* Google Makes Android Developer Courses Available Publicly >>

* Seized cache of Facebook docs raise competition and consent questions >>
* Inside Australia’s crazy, high intensity and stressed out startup world >>
* Platforms vs. Networks: Decentralization Vectors in Security Tokens >>

* The Life Extension Revolution — Part 1 >>
* The Future of Content: Can AI Replace Humans >>
* How to Organize Software Development In a Super-Efficient Way: Three Practical Tips >>

* Microservices Introduction (Monolithic vs. Microservice Architecture) >>
* How to Leverage Infrastructure-as-Code With DevOps Best Practices >>
* Technology Predictions: What Will 2019 Have in Store? >>

* How Testers Can Become Agents of Change in Their Organizations >>
* 5 Years of Jenkins and DevOps Trends >>

* How to Build a CI/CD Pipeline for Your Enterprise Middleware Platform >>
* AI/ML 2019 Predictions (Part 3) >>
* Cloud 2019 Predictions (Part 3) >>
* DevOps in 2019 (Part 3) >>
* IoT 2018 Surprises and 2019 Predictions >>
* IoT 2019 Predictions (Part 2) >>
* Microservices 2018 Surprises and 2019 Predictions >>

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