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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 December 2018

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* Intel unveils a groundbreaking way to make 3D chips >>
* An Intel Breakthrough Rethinks How Chips Are Made >>
* The future of software isn’t an app. It’s a habit >>

* The AI boom is happening all over the world, and it’s accelerating quickly >>
* After losing half its value, Nvidia faces reckoning >>
* People Are Road Raging At Waymo’s Self-Driving Cars >>

* Are we living in the ‘age of the chicken’? >>
* 2019 Predictions in Enterprise Cloud: Kubernetes, Serverless and Multicloud Move the Enterprise Forward >>
* Lux uses data and insights to spot disruptive technologies >>

* China’s Chang’e 4 Spacecraft Enters Lunar Orbit Ahead of 1st-Ever Far Side Landing >>
* Virgin Galactic to Attempt Flight to Space This Week >>
* Deep-learning technique reveals “invisible” objects in the dark >>

* An Open Source Tool for Scaling Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning >>
* Yggdrasil is an early-stage implementation of a fully end-to-end encrypted IPv6 network >>
* Major companies are using AI to decide who you speak to on the phone >>

* Google’s AI Guru Wants Computers to Think More Like Brains >>
* Lift Aircraft’s passenger drone is all about fun flights >>
* Intel is bringing teraflop integrated graphics to 10nm chips in 2019 >>

* Vibrating crystal made of 10 billion atoms smashes quantum record >>
* Russian Astronauts Inspect Mysterious Hole in Spacecraft >>
* the TED Interview | Future Arc of Technology: a special conversation >>

* How Robo-Cars Handle the Frustratingly Human Act of Merging >>
* Google Glass Wasn’t a Failure. It Raised Crucial Concerns >>
* To guide cancer therapy, device quickly tests drugs on tumor tissue >>

* Google CEO tells US Congress Chocolate Factory will unleash Dragonfly in China >>
* The Founder’s Guide to Understanding Investors >>
* Uber launches a bus service in Egypt >>

* Congress thinks Google has a bias problem — does it? >>
* Small satellite launcher Rocket Lab is poised to send up its first batch of spacecraft for NASA >>
* Looks Like SpaceX Is One Step Closer to Launching Another Falcon Heavy >>

* Long endurance multi-use small drone makes first flight in China >>
* Cashflow on the Blockchain Part I: Tokenized Debt and Security Tokens >>
* Why AI Will Bring an Explosion of New Jobs >>

* China’s losing its taste for nuclear power. That’s bad news. >>
* Operation Z machine: China’s next big weapon in the nuclear ‘arms race’ >>

* Impact Investing Could Accelerate the Fight Against Cancer >>
* Render as Comic, Notebook to Production, Population Visualization, and Location Privacy >>
* ‘Hi-tech robot’ called Boris emerges it was just a man in a COSTUME >>

* The Testing Practices and Metrics That Really Matter for DevOps >>
* DevOps Chat: Digital Transformation with Paul Chapman of Box >>
* Rich People are Protecting Their Homes With Surveillance Drones >>

* Monkeys chill out just from seeing their friends being groomed >>
* Coral likes to make its ocean home in places with noisy neighbours >>
* Researchers have unraveled how a cancer-critical enzyme sits on cell surfaces. >>

* Physicists Keep Trying — and Failing — to Find Dark Matter in Dark Places >>
* 11 Newfound Epilepsy Genes May Lead To Better Treatments >>
* Millennials Must Overcome a Bad Situation With Help From Gen-X and Boomers >>

* IonQ Has the Most Powerful Quantum Computers With 79 Trapped Ion Qubits and 160 Stored Qubits >>
* Webinar: Supermicro and Intel offer a taste of cloud innovations >>
* Need continuous Kubernetes >>

* Google’s rent-a-cloud biz revs Istio for its Kubernetes service >>
* Patent Sale For Osterhout Design Group (ODG) Planned For January >>
* What Is Parallax? >>

* NASA’s OSIRIS-REx Prepares for New Year’s Eve Date with Asteroid Bennu >>
* NASA’s New Mars Lander Takes 1st Selfie, Scopes Out Workspace >>
* Nvidia’s Shield TV gains Amazon Music streaming >>

* What’s Coming and Going From Netflix in January 2019 >>
* Linux Kernel Developers Discuss Dropping x32 Support >>
* Is Tech Too Easy to Use? >>

* The Year in Search 2018 >>
* Microsoft is close to bringing recognition of multiple different voices to Cortana >>
* What Google’s CEO Couldn’t Explain to Congress >>

* At the Google hearing, Congress proves they still have no idea how the internet works >>
* Microsoft Teams gains ground on Slack >>
* Google CEO won’t rule out relaunching in China >>

* Google CEO admits company must better address the spread of conspiracy theories on YouTube >>
* Baby Gene Edits Could Affect a Range of Traits >>
* Acne study reveals genes for hair follicles are partly to blame >>

* Television is still the most dominant media, but more young adults are connecting via internet >>
* Chinese citizens celebrate after Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou is released in Canada >>
* Pharma’s AI Future >>

* New models sense human trust in smart machines >>
* New ‘microneedle patch’ could help heart attack patients regrow tissue >>
* 7 Tips for Better Daily Stand-Ups >>

* Huawei launches advanced 7-nanometre smartphone chip ahead of Apple, Samsung >>
* Zhejiang will spend US$17.5 billion over the next five years to drive technology and innovation >>
* Chinese hi-tech researchers ‘told not to travel to US unless it’s essential’ >>

* Welcome to the US-China trade mess >>
* I’ll resign by 2022, British PM Theresa May promises >>

* Big Data 2019 Predictions (Part 2) >>
* Why Is a Pull Versus a Push Pipeline Important? >>
* Monolith to Microservices With the Strangler Pattern >>
* An Introduction to Serverless Computing: Part 2 >>

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