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* An AI that writes convincing prose risks mass-producing fake news >>
* Technology behind OpenAI’s fiction-writing, fake-news-spewing AI, explained >>
* Fears of OpenAI’s super-trolling artificial intelligence are overblown >>

* Website uses AI to create infinite fake faces >>
* AI autotune makes your terrible karaoke singing more tolerable >>

* Researchers develop AI algorithm that can detect fake profiles >>
* Silencing Malware with AI >>
* Artificial Intelligence Crime: An Interdisciplinary Analysis of Foreseeable Threats and Solutions >>

* Watch a satellite spear space debris with a harpoon >>
* Amazon could launch Amazon Go store in London >>
* DriveNets emerges from stealth cloud-based alternative to network routers >>

* Land Heavier Payloads on Mars. Aim for the Ground and Then Pull up at the Last Moment >>
* Elon Musk Believes Super Heavy Starship Will Eventually Be Built for Less than Falcon 9 >>
* A Mother Learns the Identity of Her Child’s Grandmother. A Sperm Bank Threatens to Sue. >>

* AI is reinventing the way we invent >>
* Ports of Auckland goes driverless to boost container numbers >>
* For Micro Robot Insects, Four Wings May Be Better Than Two >>

* Is the auto industry being replaced? >>
* AI is FOUR TIMES more effective at predicting an ovarian cancer sufferer’s risk of dying than existing CT scans >>
* A Company Claims Its AI Has Prevented 16 School Shootings >>

* What will happen when industrial companies fully apply digital, analytics, and IoT technologies to their businesses? >>
* Industrial robotics: Opportunities for manufacturers of end effectors >>
* Mind-sets matter in transformations >>
* Personal resilience in transformations >>
* Shaping individual development along the S-curve >>
* 4 Ways Lying Becomes the Norm at a Company >>
* How Companies Can Use Employee Data Responsibly >>
* From back office to innovation’s front lines with next-gen global business services >>
* Selecting the right platform for IT automation >>
* Ten years at the top of a telco: An interview with Vittorio Colao >>
* Next era of globalization will be shaped by customers, technology, and value chains telecommunications >>

* Facebook reportedly tracks the location of ‘credible threats’ >>
* Researchers built a robot dog that taught itself to ice skate >>
* Racetrack Memory Gets a Boost >>

* This wireless AI camera runs entirely on solar power >>
* Qantas’ vision to convert plane cargo holds into entertainment and exercise zones won’t be easy, experts say >>
* ‘Tumour monorail’ on the fast track for human trials >>

* Academics Confirm Major Predictive Policing Algorithm Is Fundamentally Flawed >>
* Security News This Week: Database Leak Details China’s Oppressive Tracking of Muslims >>
* Even Years Later, Twitter Doesn’t Delete Your Direct Messages >>

* Gravitational Wave Detectors Upgraded To Hunt For ‘Extreme Cosmic Events’ >>
* The Pentagon Needs to Woo AI Experts Away From Big Tech >>
* This is why AI has yet to reshape most businesses >>

* Remembering Why Curiosity Should Be Boundless >>
* 3D-printed Mars habitat could be a perfect fit for early SpaceX Starship colonies >>
* Bill Gates Funds Tiny Robot Surgeons That Operate Inside the Body >>

* Bill Gates: Textbooks are ‘becoming obsolete’— here’s the best way to learn today >>
* Giving keener ‘electric eyesight’ to autonomous vehicles >>
* Here’s how NASA is searching for all the missing mass in the Universe >>

* NBA’s App-Controlled ‘Smart Jersey’ Can Change Your Player Name and Number >>
* China made an artificial star that’s 6 times as hot as the sun, and it could be the future of energy >>
* Men who can do more than 40 push-ups have 96 per cent lower risk of heart disease >>

* Inside China Tech: Analysing China’s race with the US for AI dominance >>
* Scale DevSecOps with your Continuous Integration Pipeline >>
* DZone Radio and Tom’s Tech Notes >>

* Jiaolong to return to Mariana Trench on new mothership >>
* Donald Trump declares national emergency to build border wall, gets blasted by Democrats for unlawful ‘power grab’ that does ‘great violence’ to constitution >>

* How to Get in Shape When You’re Washed >>
* China produces nano fibre that can lift 160 elephants – and a space elevator? >>
* Opportunity at Perseverance Valley >>

* SpaceX Starhopper and Launchpad Will Likely Be Ready for Late March Tests >>
* Your desk job is harder than it looks–and that’s why a robot couldn’t do it >>
* Amazon invests in electric truck-maker Rivian >>

* Amazon won’t build its HQ2 in NYC after all >>
* Did New York lose anything with Amazon’s rejection? It’s complicated. >>
* Dubai Airport drone scare temporarily disrupts flights >>

* Four Wings, Efficient Streaming Calculations, Closed AI, Quantum Research >>
* Hacker who stole 620 million records strikes again, stealing 127 million more >>
* Microsoft skips way, way ahead in new Windows 10 build >>

* Microsoft to launch Visual Studio 2019 on April 2 >>
* Trump’s Wall Won’t Solve a National Emergency. It Is One >>
* A gut bacteria toxin that damages DNA may be involved in bowel cancer >>

* CRISPR could help us protect ourselves from viruses like flu and HIV >>
* The Milky Way Base: China names Chang’e-4 probe’s moon landing site ‘Statio Tianhe’ >>
* Future of dating? trend Japanese look for love via ‘robot marriage-hunting’ parties where single people talk to each via ROBOTS >>

* Meet the man who made CRISPR monkey clones to study depression >>
* Would you eat meat from a gene-edited animal? >>
* The dark side of sex robots: Experts worry humanoid lovers could crush human limbs or be used as tools for spying >>

* The robot helping a seven-year-old boy go to school >>
* Machine Learning Flags Patients At Risk Of Tb Comeback >>
* AI Is Rapidly Augmenting Healthcare and Longevity >>

* What It Will Take For Humans to Be Self-Sustaining in Space >>
* ‘Bioluminescent’ trees that glow like fireflies created at MIT >>
* NASA wants to jump-start development of landers to take humans to the Moon >>

* US Navy Buys Four Large Robotic Submarine Drones >>
* An Insect-bot Mimics Desert Ants by Looking at the Sky To Navigate >>
* Darpa Wants to Solve Science’s Reproducibility Crisis With AI >>

* Hacks, Nudes, and Breaches: It’s Been a Rough Month for Dating Apps >>
* Putting ‘spit-and-send’ DNA kits to the test >>
* Read WordPress sites through Amazon Alexa devices >>

* China Stumbles on Path to Solar Thermal Supremacy >>
* DARPA Developing Next Generation Materials for Hypersonic Planes and Weapons >>

* Juan Enriquez forecasts the possible futures of genetic editing, exploring the immense uncertainty and opportunity of this next frontier. >>
* Openai’s New Multitalented Ai Writes, Translates, And Slanders >>

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