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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 February 2019

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* Magic Leap’s ideas for a ‘spatial internet’ could be a glimpse of our 5G future >>
* Mobility’s second great inflection point >>
* Canadian transit agency teases amazing new transportation technology: the bus >>

* Ep. 86: Tipping Point of VR Mass Adoption—with Tipatat Chennavasin VR Fund >>
* Humanity + AI: Better Together by Frank Chen >>
* Lessons from 6 software rewrite stories >>

* Microsoft at MWC >>
* Microsoft reportedly plans to discuss next-gen Xbox consoles at E3 2019 >>

* Meet WFIRST, The Space Telescope with the Power of 100 Hubbles >>
* Elon Musk Thinks Tesla Self-Driving Will Be Safe for Drivers to Be Asleep by the End of 2020 >>
* Gravity Wave Observatory Could Spot One Black-hole Merger per Hour by 2024 >>

* If These US Navy Patents are Made Then We Are in a Star Trek Technology World >>
* A White Dwarf with Puzzling Rings >>
* Video Friday: Innfos Humanoid Robot, and More >>

* High tech fibre could be used as skin for ROBOTS! Engineers create wonder material with the strength of metal and the elasticity of rubber >>
* The Future Is Here, Almost: Virtual Travel Becomes More of a Reality >>
* Uber wants to be the ‘Amazon of transportation.’ BMW and Daimler might do it first. >>

* Boy, 12, said to have created nuclear reaction in playroom lab >>
* SpaceX Starhopper Construction Coverage from Boca Chica Neighbor >>
* Elon Musk Expects At Least 20 to 30 Launches from Each Falcon 9 Block 5 >>

* 6 major challenges foldable phones need to overcome to prove they’re not a fad >>
* Can we ever evaluate technical debt? >>
* Briq, next building block in tech’s reconstruction of the construction business >>

* A software glitch is throwing riders off of Lime scooters >>
* Lime finally apologises to scooter lockup victim, asks for details >>

* How I Trained an AI to Play Atari Space Invaders >>
* Linus Torvalds on Why ARM Won’t Win the Server Space >>
* Microsoft workers push back against using HoloLens for U.S. military training >>

* Period tracking app says it will stop sharing health data with Facebook >>
* Virgin Galactic sends its first passenger to the edge of space >>
* How Facebook harvests your personal data from popular apps >>

* Your Dog’s Personality Can Change Over Time >>
* 5 unwritten rules to communicating in the digital age >>
* Netflix spends record $30 million on its Oscars campaign for Roma, double what the movie cost to make >>

* AI researchers debate the ethics of sharing potentially harmful programs >>
* Ending Age-Related Diseases Conference: February Update >>
* Researchers create organoid of a brain region to study cognitive disorders >>

* Jeff Bezos just gave a private talk in New York. From utopian space colonies to dissing Elon Musk’s Martian dream >>
* This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through February 23) >>
* How Far Has Technology Come Since The Last ‘smart Border’ Failed? >>

* Hayabusa2 Spacecraft has Collected its First Samples from Asteroid Ryugu >>
* After NASA JPL Reset the Curiosity Rover is Working Normally >>

* New trailers: Rocketman, The Twilight Zone, and more >>
* Linear Regression in Python with Cost function and Gradient descent >>
* Reinforcement Learning And Optimal Control >>

* When the iPhone doesn’t change, Android phones get weird >>
* Microsoft is teaming up with America’s second-largest grocery chain to fend off Amazon >>
* China’s ride-sharing industry may face reshuffle in 2019 >>

* The Microphones That May Be Hidden in Your Home >>
* Huawei looks to show its lead in 5G technology at world’s biggest mobile industry exhibition >>
* AI Talking to AI? We Need a New API >>

* AWS DevOps: Introduction to DevOps on AWS >>
* The Ultimate Application Monitoring Guide for Kubernetes >>
* AWS API Performance Comparison: Serverless vs. Containers vs. API Gateway integration >>

* Can Blockchain with Artificial Intelligence Fight Deep Fake? >>
* The Role of Cross-Chain Technology in Powering a Decentralized Internet >>
* 51% Attack Proves Blockchain Is ‘Unhackable’ The Way The Titanic Was ‘Unsinkable’ >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 February 2019

February 23, 2019 Leave a comment

* Japan’s Hayabusa2 lands on asteroid Ryugu to collect samples >>
* After SpaceX Launch, Israeli Spacecraft Begins Journey to the Moon >>
* Virgin Galactic spaceplane reaches space with first passenger on board >>

* Huawei’s foldable Mate X 5G phone leaks ahead of MWC 2019 >>
* Samsung’s Galaxy S10 5G is a phone without a network >>
* AIs could debate whether a smart assistant should snitch on you >>

* A ‘Smart Wall’ Could Spark a New Kind of Border Crisis >>
* How Far Has Technology Come Since The Last ‘smart Border’ Failed? >>
* Instacart Delivers Groceries, but Detaches Us From Our Food >>

* Waymo Self-Driving Cars Can Now Obey Police Hand Signals >>
* A Self-Driving Car Company Bets on Mall Shuttles and Monster Trucks >>
* Artificially Intelligent Players Invent Nonverbal “Languages” to Win Card Games >>

* A philosopher argues that an AI can never be an artist >>

* Bionic Hands Let Amputees Feel and Grip >>
* China Uses DNA to Track Its People, With the Help of American >>
* Could a Space Helicopter Find Life on Saturn’s Moon Titan? >>

* Self-Driving Trucks Will Always Need People >>
* Stem Cells That Will Not Be Rejected Will Bring Mass Produced Stem Cell Treatments >>
* Wave Computing’s Dataflow Acceleration of Deep Learning >>

* Achieving greater efficiency for fast data center operations >>
* California bill aims to strengthen data breach notification law >>
* China wants its rural villages to go cashless by 2020 >>

* NASA is giving us daily weather reports from Mars >>
* NASA’s Space Shuttle Rises From the Dead to Power New Vehicles >>

* 56 VC-backed companies that have raised $1 billion or more >>
* Five cloud technology trends entrepreneurs should pay attention to in 2019 >>
* Beijing turns to facial recognition to deter scalpers who sell hospital appointments >>

* Intel’s 5G modems won’t be in phones until 2020 >>
* Huawei’s billboard may have just leaked its foldable phone >>
* With Kubernetes, Cloud Providers Are the New Hardware Vendors >>

* Chengdu unveils driverless metro train >>
* Chinese Internet users experience faster broadband speed >>
* Resurrected Firefly Aerospace will take over a launch site at busy Florida spaceport >>

* Quantum experiment suggests there really are ‘alternative facts’ >>
* Four stars full of burnt nuclear ash are speeding through the galaxy >>
* Robotics, AR and VR are poised to reshape healthcare, starting in the operating room >>

* The Secret to Workplace Morale May Very Well Be DevOps >>
* How AI-Powered Chatbots Are Unlocking Business Value Today >>
* What is AWS ECS? Running Docker in Production >>

* Securing Containers >>
* AI Talking to AI? We Need a New API >>
* MWC 2019: the stories and devices to expect at the world’s biggest mobile show >>

* DevOps Chat: Serverless and Abstraction with Nimbella’s Anshu Agarwal >>
* How Autodesk Delivers Seamless Customer Experience with Catchpoint EDIT >>
* GitLab 11.8 released >>

* Identifying bird species on the edge using the Amazon SageMaker built-in Object Detection algorithm and AWS DeepLens >>
* China’s CRISPR twins might be the first enhanced humans when it comes to brain power >>
* Cisco warns on Hyperflex security vulnerabilities >>

* Ericsson claims it is ‘5G-ready’ with newly expanded network platform >>
* Elon Musk stopped using Waze so he could drive with Autopilot >>
* Exploring the nature of intelligence >>

* How to Make Sure a New Hire Feels Included from Day One >>
* First private mission to the moon is launched on SpaceX rocket >>
* How Israel’s Moon Lander Got to the Launchpad >>

* TED: 8 lessons on building a company people enjoy working for >>
* TED: This is what makes employees happy at work >>
* DNA Gets a New — and Bigger — Genetic Alphabet >>

* Latest space cleanup test uses harpoon to skewer orbiting junk for the first time >>
* Quantum dots can spit out clone-like photons >>
* Looking to Technology to Avoid Doctors’ Offices and Emergency Rooms >>

* The Next Data-Driven Healthtech Revolution >>
* The Auto Show of the Future Is Already Here >>
* Just 15 minutes of jogging every day reduces the risk of depression >>

* VASIMR plasma engine: Earth to Mars in 39 days? >>

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