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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 March 2019

* Here’s What the Speed of Light Looks Like in Slow Motion >>
* Meet SpaceX’s Starship Hopper >>
* CMU team develops a robot and drone system for mine rescues >>

* Crispr Gene Editing Could One Day Cut Away Human Pain >>
* Why Congestion Pricing Can Save Cities From Their Worst Possible Future >>
* Scientists discover the chemicals behind the unique Parkinson’s smell >>

* Mobile barbering: ‘It’s like Uber, but for haircuts’ >>
* ‘Google brain’ implants could end school as anyone can learn anything instantly >>

* Robots reproduce?: Scientists teach AI-powered bots to ‘mate’ by combining pieces of their code >>
* POD: How the SETI Institute Harnessed AI in the Search for Aliens – Ep. 81 >>

* DevOps and Digital Transformation – Joined at the Hip with Alan Shimel >>
* POD: Health Checks for Services, Containers and Daemons >>
* POD: It’s Time for Data Scientists to Collaborate With Researchers in Other Disciplines >>
* a16z Podcast: How Many Taps in the Apple (Plus) Tree? >>

* Network Effects: So, Is It a Network Effect? (1 of 3) >>
* Network Effects: Categories & Debates (2 of 3) >>
* Network Effects: Measure Them, Nurture Them (3 of 3) >>

* This Russian Shotgun Drone Is Beyond Terrifying >>
* On Flooding: Drowning the Culture in Sameness >>
* Brexit: The bigger picture—Revitalizing UK exports in the new world of trade >>

* We Can Live Forever Thanks to Technology Says Leading Anti-Aging Scientist >>
* The Case of a Woman Who Feels Almost No Pain Leads Scientists to a New Gene Mutation >>
* Giant viruses have weaponised CRISPR against their bacterial hosts >>

* The internet made us weird – just not in the right way >>
* YouTube’s Product Chief on Online Radicalization and Algorithmic >>
* 2020 Tokyo Olympics will use robots to make it the most innovative games ever >>

* Massive Clock-Like Particles Could Reveal What Happened Before the Big Bang >>
* India’s Anti-Satellite Missile Test Is a Big Deal. Here’s Why. >>

* VR and AR will expand the limits of human perception >>
* This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through March 30) >>
* These 3D-Printed Mars Habitats Just Won a NASA Award >>

* There’s this new 4K Falcon 9 video you probably want to watch >>
* Physicists predict a way to squeeze light from the vacuum of empty space >>
* Neural networks stop autonomous cars spinning out >>

* Inside Google’s Rebooted Robotics Program >>
* Day 2 of Undoing Aging 2019 was all about Restoring Cellular Youth and Senolysis >>
* The great sex recession: celibate Americans at record high >>

* Facebook to restrict Facebook Live after New Zealand mosque shootings, Sheryl Sandberg says >>
* Spark looking for partner to grow Lightbox >>
* ServiceNow teams with Workplace by Facebook on service chatbot >>

* Remote workers and nomads represent the next tech hub >>
* How to Protect Your Smart Home From Hackers >>
* How scientists are working to prevent your body from being ‘hacked’ >>

* DOE Funds 2022 First Demo for Factory Mass Producible Nuclear Power >>
* Celebrating passionate teachers and enthusiastic learners >>
* Video Friday: NASA’s Mars Helicopter, and More >>

* Energy Lies Believed By Intelligent People >>
* Blue Origin Studying Repurposing of New Glenn Upper Stages >>
* Spacewalking Astronauts Replace Old Batteries on Space Station >>

* Tiny Cubesats Could Do Big Science at the Moon and Venus >>
* Mixed Reactions to NASA’s Accelerated Moon Plan >>
* Two astronauts complete another 6.5-hour spacewalk this year to swap batteries >>

* From Zero To Hero Continuous Container Security In 4 Simple Steps >>
* Top 17 Resources To Learn Test Automation In 2019 >>

* Practical Deep Learning Examples with MATLAB >>
* How the Tech Giants Make Their Billions >>
* US Military Was Immediately Aware of India’s Anti-Satellite Missile Test >>

* These Seamless Metal Cuts Are Mind-Boggling >>
* New trailers: The Twilight Zone, The Angry Birds Movie 2, and more >>
* To understand the impact of digital disruption on business, take German lessons >>

* ‘Internet plus nursing’ program off to a good start, with a long way to go >>
* The 4 Aspects of Enterprise Computing >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 March 2019

* Boston Dynamics puts its wheeled-robot Handle to work in a warehouse >>
* Built Robotics’ massive construction excavator drives itself >>
* The enterprise data cloud >>

* eBay uses AI to help you shop for similar-looking items >>
* Mars helicopter bound for the Red Planet takes to the air for the first time >>
* Rocket Lab Launches DARPA’s R3D2 Experimental Satellite >>

* We could soon make animals with cells that contain two genetic codes >>
* Why Inclusive Leaders Are Good for Organizations, and How to Become One >>
* Why satellite mega-constellations are a threat to the future of space >>

* Instagram finally tests a fast-forward feature for videos >>
* Artificial cells capable of making their own ENERGY by harvesting the sun’s rays are created in the lab >>
* World’s First HIV-to-HIV Kidney Transplant with Living Donor Performed Successfully >>

* A New Way to Fight Cancer >>
* 3d-printed Tissue Could Fix Athletes’ Damaged Joints >>
* Email addresses of almost a BILLION people are leaked in one of the biggest data breaches ever >>

* Nearly 100 species of frogs, toads and salamanders wiped out by fungus >>
* Mathematicians have found a new way to multiply two numbers together >>
* Robot discovers that lying about a betrayal helps to rebuild trust >>

* Huawei’s chairman has harsh words for the US government >>
* Huawei proves people are still buying new smartphones >>
* Huawei Security ‘Defects’ Are Found by British Authorities >>

* Highlights from the Strata Data Conference in San Francisco 2019 >>
* HTTPS Isn’t Always As Secure As It Seems >>
* Programming Languages, Asset Graphing, Statistical Tests, and Embeddable WebAssembly >>

* Forecasting uncertainty at Airbnb >>
* DoorDash launches a new program highlighting immigrant and refugee business owners >>
* Daimler Trucks buys a majority stake in self-driving tech company Torc Robotics >>

* Russia Orders Major VPN Providers To Block ‘Banned’ Sites >>
* Scaleway refreshes entry-level cloud instances >>
* The Huawei P30 Pro’s cameras are miraculous >>

* NASA will pay you $19,000 to stay in bed for 2 months >>
* At 71, She’s Never Felt Pain or Anxiety. Now Scientists Know Why. >>
* User Interviews, a platform for product feedback, raises $5 million >>

* Biologists find a way to boost intestinal stem cell populations >>
* Autonomous vehicle IP protection — when HAL is driving >>
* Amazon will let companies create Alexa apps for their employees >>

* 9 Ways to Say No to Busywork and Unrealistic Deadlines >>
* TP-Link ‘smart’ router proves to be anything but smart – just like its maker: Zero-day vuln dropped after silence >>
* SpaceX is the Only Real Option for Human Landing on the Moon by 2024 >>

* Robots Help Bees Talk to Fish >>
* Cryptocurrency Miners Tech and Which Mining Machines are Profitable? >>
* Can “Internet-of-Body” Thwart Cyber Attacks on Implanted Medical Devices? >>

* Accelerating Autonomous Vehicle Technology >>
* SpaceX Releases a New Render of What the All-Steel Starship Will Look Like Returning to Earth >>

* HDHomeRun’s TV service for cord-cutters is shutting down >>
* Marketing tech vendors need to find right balance between digital and human interactions >>
* Microsoft officially designates Windows 10 1809 as ready for broad deployment >>

* Artificial intelligence can improve X-ray identification of pacemakers in emergencies >>
* Economic Conditions Snapshot, March 2019: McKinsey Global Survey results >>

* Digital India: Technology to transform a connected nation >>
* Physicists Discover a Mysterious New Class of Particles Containing Five Quarks >>
* One week until Code Jam kicks off—here’s why you should register >>

* NASA will pay you $19,000 to stay in bed for 2 months >>
* AI Performed Like a Human on a Gestalt Psychology Test >>
* Scientists can trace how humans migrated across the world through the thousands of microscopic bugs laying eggs in your face >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 March 2019

* Driverless car learns to perform high-speed turns without crashing >>
* US Military Shoots ICBM Target Out of the Sky in Missile Defense Test >>
* 2020 Ford Explorer activates ‘mindful mode’ for relaxed driving >>

* FarmWise and Roush are making autonomous vegetable weeders >>
* Five takeaways from our programmatic panel at World Forum Disrupt >>
* Data-Oriented Design, Time Zone Hell, Music Algorithms, and Fairness in ML >>

* Cruise Line Proposes 60,000 Passenger Cruise Ship Nearly One Mile Long >>
* 5G could be the foundation of next-gen ‘Cloud VR’ >>
* Google Teaches Robot to Toss Bananas Better Than You Do >>

* a16z Podcast: Incenting Innovation Inside >>
* Monitoring Solutions Based on AI and Machine Learning >>
* World’s Cheapest Hospital Has to Get Even Cheaper >>

* India’s Anti-Satellite Test Wasn’t Really About Satellites >>
* Lab-grown blood vessels could make dialysis easier >>
* Microsoft Takes Control of 99 Domains Operated By Iranian State Hackers >>

* Apple’s TV+ adds to the new streaming age, but costs can pile up quick >>
* Artificial intelligence used in kitchen bin >>
* A simple strategy to improve your mood in 12 minutes >>

* “Fake Alcohol” That Gets You Buzzed but Never Drunk Is on the Way >>
* Now Google’s robotics lab focuses on machine learning >>
* Beyond Deep Learning: Investing in the Future of AI – Presented by Samsung NEXT #emtechdigital >>

* Microsoft gives 500 patents to startups >>
* Researchers find 36 security flaws in LTE >>
* Scoring your business in the AI matrix >>

* Dogs can recognise the scent of someone having an epileptic seizure >>
* Are You Ready to Change Your Target Customer? >>
* Atom Tickets to challenge MoviePass with a subscription ticket platform for theaters >>

* Fridges made from plastic crystals could help cut carbon emissions >>
* Facebook Takes On White Nationalism, Plus More in Tech News >>
* Family Tree DNA offers to trade privacy to catch criminals >>

* Taking Calendaring to the Next Level With AI, Rigorous Analysis and Design >>
* $1 Million Prize Offered to Israeli Moon Lander Mission >>
* Are We Really in a New Space Race with China and Russia? >>

* When am AI going to die? New artificial intelligence model ‘very accurately’ predicts when adults battling chronic diseases will pass away >>
* Want to live in deep space? NASA says we need these five things first >>
* Should cats be culled to stop extinctions? >>

* Can NASA Really Put Astronauts on the Moon in 2024? >>
* India Says Its Anti-Satellite Weapon Test Created Minimal Space Debris. Is That True? >>
* NASA Aims to Accelerate SLS Megarocket for 2024 Moon Push >>

* NASA’s Orion Capsule Emergency Abort System Checks Its Attitude in Test >>
* Future Promises On-time Delivery With This Autonomous Hub And It’s Minions! >>
* EU to ban plastic plates, cups, and cutlery by 2021 >>

* IoT roundup: Keeping an eye on energy use and Volkswagen teams with AWS >>
* Iris Smart Hub (2017) review: Lowe’s offers an affordable smart-home system for the hacker mindset >>
* AT&T stores will carry Magic Leap’s AR headset starting April 1st >>

* Amazon plans 800-job expansion in Austin — but it’s not related to HQ2 >>
* Hey, Google and Alexa: Parents worry voice assistants can listen in on kids, survey finds >>
* Trump meets Google boss Sundar Pichai amid fears about Chinese military work >>

* Boeing upgrade will make anti-stall system ‘more robust’ >>
* Brunei Passes Law To Make Gay Sex Punishable By Stoning To Death >>
* The woman who doesn’t feel pain >>

* Organizational culture in mergers: Addressing the unseen forces >>
* Capitalism, corruption, civil war… >>
* TinyML Sees Big Hopes for Small AI >>

* Data-Driven Aquaculture Management >>
* Facebook Announces New Policy to Ban White Nationalist Content >>
* Mars Had Big Rivers for Billions of Years >>

* Maybe Self-Replicating Robot Probes are Destroying Each Other. That’s Why We Don’t See Them >>
* Giant Megallan Telescope Excavation is Complete >>
* Habitat – Automate process of building, deploying, and managing any application in any environment — traditional data-centers to containerized microservices. >>

* Beyond Deep Learning: Investing in the Future of AI – Presented by Samsung NEXT #emtechdigital >>
* Scaling Intelligent Assistants and Other AI – #emtechdigital >>
* Small Nuclear Reactors from China and USA Around 2025 >>

* Teeny-Tiny Bluetooth Transmitter Runs on Less Than 1 Milliwatt >>
* What Does It Mean to a Researcher at Deep Mind #emtechdigital >>
* Microsoft trots out Azure Anomaly Detector tech, which oddly enough spots oddities in data >>

* Google wants to turn your emails into mini apps >>
* Anthem’ patch taps into NVIDIA’s AI-powered antialiasing >>
* An Engineer Illustrates Why One Kind Of Dam Is More Dangerous Than Others >>

* How Grindr became a national security issue >>
* Samsung shows off the Galaxy Fold’s folding skills in action >>
* This state-backed AI unicorn has helped Chinese police arrest 10,000 criminals >>

* From Big Macs to Nikes: Hong Kong AI start-up Miro uses computer vision to track your sneakers in races >>
* China to fly French experiments on Chang’e-6 lunar probe >>
* Why You Should Make a ‘Digital Will’ >>

* Cloud-Native Application Development Instructor-Led Labs Roadmap >>
* Top 13 Skills Of A Proficient QA Manager In 2019 >>
* AIOps: The Future of DevOps Is Here >>

* Cloud-Agnostic Automated CI/CD for Kubernetes >>
* From Zero To Hero Continuous Container Security In 4 Simple Steps >>
* Bridging Modern DevOps and the Mainframe >>

* TensorFlow is dead, long live TensorFlow! >>
* In Defense of YAML >>
* Marketplaces, Pietra, and the Network Effects of Next Startup Talent >>

* Shareholders vs. Stakeholders? No: Customers >>
* 6 Emerging Cyber Threats to Lookout for in 2019 >>
* Future of Artificial Intelligence for 2020 >>

* Understanding Today’s IT Hierarchy >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 March 2019

* Why Losing Our Newspapers Is Breaking Our Politics >>
* AIs go up against animals in an epic competition to test intelligence >>
* Google appoints an “AI council” to head off controversy, but it proves controversial >>

* VP Pence Calls for Manned Moon Landing by 2024 >>
* A New Digital Social Contract Is Coming for Silicon Valley >>
* Airbnb Has a Hidden-Camera Problem >>

* India tests anti-satellite missile by destroying one of its satellites >>
* Google forms an external council to foster ‘responsible’ AI >>
* All the info our brain needs for language nearly fits on a floppy disc >>
* Maths shows that this week’s Brexit votes won’t solve the UK’s crisis >>

* Russia’s New Nuclear Missiles Squeeze Response Time >>
* Sabrewing Plans a Cargo Drone That Can Detect and Avoid Obstacles >>
* After New Zealand mosque shootings and civil rights backlash, Facebook bans white nationalism, separatism >>

* Drones are flying blood at a North Carolina hospital >>
* AI Performed Like a Human on a Gestalt Psychology Test >>
* Boeing 737 Max 8 makes emergency landing in Orlando >>

* How to avoid losses and prune projects proactively >>
* World’s biggest T. rex 9.8-ton discovered >>
* Huawei launching smart glasses by July >>

* Mcdonalds will use AI to automatically tweak drive-thru menus >>
* The ‘Godfathers of AI’ win Turing Award >>
* The Morning After: Lamborghini supercomputer >>

* The War to Remotely Control Self-Driving Cars Heats Up >>
* The best smart home devices that work with Alexa >>
* Universal basic income: The plan to give $12,000 to every American adult >>

* NASA Has Been Working With Blue Origin on a Lunar Lander >>
* Male Birth Control Could Actually Happen. But Do Men Want It? >>
* Article 13: A guide to the new EU copyright rules and the ban on memes >>

* Your Apples May Soon Be Picked By Laser-Shooting Robots >>
* The Godfathers of the AI Boom Win Computing’s Highest Honor >>
* Hollywood Had Questions. Apple Didn’t Answer Them. >>

* Apple News+ is a great deal, but what does ‘full access’ really mean? >>
* This New Generation of Weapons Could Mean More Covert Airstrikes Around the World >>
* Bank of America Tech Chief Is Skeptical of Blockchain Even Though The Company Has the Most Patents For It >>

* AI-powered JUDGE created in Estonia will settle small court claims of up to £6,000 to free >>
* Bill That Would Restore Net Neutrality Moves Forward Despite Telecom’s Best Efforts To Kill It >>
* Disposable delivery drones pass test with US Marines >>

* EU calls for increased security, but doesn’t ban Huawei 5G products >>
* First All-Female Spacewalk Canceled Because NASA Doesn’t Have Two Suits That Fit >>
* 3 artificial Intelligence experts won this year’s Turing Prize, including Facebook’s AI chief >>
* 40 Big Tech Predictions for 2019 >>

* ‘Male Pill’ Makes Another Advance >>
* Control root access to Amazon SageMaker notebook instances >>
* Reducing deep learning inference cost with MXNet and Amazon Elastic Inference >>
* US Is in a New Space Race with China and Russia, VP Pence Says >>

* The US wants to send astronauts to the moon’s south pole in 2024 >>
* ‘Avengers: Endgame’ will reportedly be more than 3 hours long >>
* Microsoft’s Azure Stack HCI: A new option for running virtualized apps that connect to Azure >>
* Proxy raises $13.6M to unlock anything with Bluetooth identity >>

* Game of Thrones season 8: episode run times revealed, plus all the rumours so far >>
* Game of Thrones season 1-7 recap: what’s happened so far? >>
* India Shot Down a Satellite, Modi Says, Shifting Balance of Power in Asia >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 March 2019

* Genome-editing record smashed with 13,000 edits made in one cell >>
* Down under, over and all around: Sydney in 3D on Google Earth >>
* Blockchain-powered marketplaces will be like steroids for crowd investing >>

* Deep Science AI joins Defendry to automatically detect crimes on camera >>
* Can AI Be a Fair Judge in Court? Estonia Thinks So >>
* The pigment in our skin could be used to make electrical body implants >>

* National Space Council Seeks Urgency in NASA Exploration Plans >>
* World’s Largest Atom Smasher May Have Just Found Evidence for Why Our Universe Exists >>
* This ‘mind-reading’ algorithm can decode the pictures in your head >>

* SpaceX Raptor Engine SpaceHopper Test Today >>
* Huawei announces smart glasses in partnership with Gentle Monster >>
* A.I. Is Flying Drones (Very, Very Slowly) >>

* Disposable Delivery Drones Undergo Successful Tests With U.S. Marines >>
* NASA Wants to Place Calls to Deep Space With X-Rays >>
* 7 Key Challenges Impacting the Mass Deployment of Autonomous Vehicles >>

* European parliament votes for controversial copyright reform (yes, again) >>
* Software Stack, Gig Economy, Simple Over Flexible, and Packet Radio >>
* Health care: Information tech must catch up to medical marvels >>

* Hello Alfred launches new platform to reach more buildings and improve accessibility >>
* New 3-D printing approach makes cell-scale lattice structures >>
* Sparking new ideas in news with global Innovation Challenges >>

* Apple TV Plus and the new Apple TV app, explained >>
* All the things Apple didn’t tell us about its streaming TV service >>
* The Apple Card is Apple’s thinnest and lightest status symbol ever >>

* What Would It Mean for AI to Become Conscious? >>

* AI for Good: Balancing the Risks and Rewards #emTechDigital >>
* AI in Logistics and Transportation #emtechdigital >>
* Affectiva Redefining Human-Machine Partnership through Emotion AI #emtechdigital >>
* AI and Robotics in the Lab: Accelerating Materials Discovery #emtechdigital >>
* Construction Sites Will Become Like Automated Manufacturing Factories #emtechdigital >>
* Enhancing Human Potential with AI #emtechdigital >>
* Future of AI and Security #emTechDigital >>
* Microsoft AI Breakthroughs – AI Amplified Content and Creativity #emtechdigital >>

* Microscopic Quantum Heat Engine That Outperforms Classical Engines >>
* Growing Drone Industry Spawns a Growing Antidrone Industry >>
* Climate change melts Mount Everest’s ice, exposing dead bodies of past climbers >>

* Digital money is here: Will it make us more free–or less? >>
* The future of aviation? Even more automation >>
* A Clever New Strategy for Treating Cancer, Thanks to Darwin >>

* Adobe launches its Commerce Cloud, based on its Magento acquisition >>
* Behold, the AI model that turns rough sketches to photorealistic landscapes >>

* How to Get Through an Extremely Busy Time at Work >>
* How Leaders Are Navigating the Fourth Industrial Revolution >>
* How to Organize a Networking Dinner >>

* Huawei unveils the P30 and P30 Pro >>
* NBA’s Magic Leap app lets you watch basketball in augmented reality >>
* On the ground with TechCrunch at GDC 2019 >>

* Lunar Module Makes Landing in Revamp of Apollo/Saturn V Center >>
* First All-Female Spacewalk Canceled Because NASA Doesn’t Have Two Suits That Fit >>
* The Universe’s Dark Secret: Where Did All the Antimatter Go? >>

* Why Would an Animal Trade One Body for Another? >>
* Robot ‘eyes’ Aid People With Profound Motor Impairments >>
* Gene Editing Tools Like CRISPR May Help Us Cure Herpes One Day >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 March 2019

* Apple Event 2019: Apple Card, Apple Arcade, TV Plus, and everything announced so far >>
* Apple’s updated TV app is a direct destination for shows >>
* Apple’s new TV Plus app is coming to Roku and Fire TV, plus Samsung, LG, and Sony TVs >>
* Apple Arcade is Apple’s new cross-platform gaming subscription >>
* Apple announces Apple Card credit card >>
* Apple News Plus: A $9.99-per-month service for news junkies >>
* Apple introduces Apple TV Plus for its original shows >>
* Apple TV Channel’s streaming service is here and wants to run the show >>
* Watch Apple’s retro opening to its ‘show time’ event >>
* Apple Pay is coming to transit systems in major US cities later this year >>
* LIVE BLOG: APPLE’S ‘SHOW TIME’ TV AND NEWS SERVICES EVENT >>

* You can soon order Domino’s pizza from your car’s touchscreen >>
* YOU can turn black and white images portraits into COLOUR photos with free AI app >>

* Tesla’s Autopilot may make room for cars entering your lane >>
* How Mapping The Agile Transformation Journey Points The Way To Continuous Innovation >>
* The ethics of internet culture: a conversation with Taylor Lorenz >>

* Our brains may be able to make new neurons throughout adulthood >>
* This new Trello automation feature is a breakthrough for busy people >>
* Can We Build Ethics Into Automated Decision-Making? >>

* China says it cloned a police dog to speed up training >>
* Stroke: Rewiring eye-brain connection may restore vision >>
* The Internet’s Phone Book Is Broken >>

* How Nuro plans to spend Softbank’s $940 million >>
* NASA Will Send a Helicopter to Mars With 2020 Mission >>

* Transportation weekly: Nuro dreams of autonomous lattes, what is a metamaterial, Volvo takes the wheel >>
* ‘Artificial Gravity’ Bed-Rest Study to Track Space Travel’s Effects on Human Body >>
* Rocket Lab to Launch R3D2 Prototype for DARPA Today! Here’s How to Watch. >>

* Boeing Was ‘Go, Go, Go’ to Beat Airbus With the 737 Max >>
* Fix to 737 MAX anti-stall software is ready: industry sources >>
* Here’s Everything Coming to Netflix in April 2019 >>

* Where did social media go wrong? >>
* Safety-Obsessed Volvo Goes After Distracted, Speedy Drivers >>
* MoviePass parent’s CEO discusses the service’s rocky year >>

* MIT has just announced a $1 billion plan to create a new college for AI >>
* NASA’s Working on a Drone to Hunt For Life in Martian Caves >>
* Should We Have a Universal Basic Income UBI in the US? >>

* This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web >>
* “Warp Bubbles” –NASA Manipulating Spacetime to Achieve Faster than Light Travel >>

* YouTube cancels two originals but says it’ll keep making premium content >>
* Brain region discovered that only processes spoken, not written words >>
* Scientists rise up against statistical significance <a href="https://lifeboat.com/blog/2019/03/scientists-rise-up-against-statistical-significance >>
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* Cloud computing for competitive advantage >>
* US Navy Getting Ten Robotic Combat Ships >>
* Family tracking app leaked real-time location data for weeks >>
* How Ghostly Quantum Particles Fly Through Barriers Almost Instantly >>

* Hackers conquer Tesla’s in-car web browser and win a Model 3 >>
* How to Actually, Truly Focus on What You’re Doing >>

* Meet the robots that help get your Amazon packages on time >>
* Aging Is a Communication Breakdown >>
* Tom’s Tech Notes: Container Fails [Podcast] >>

* Ansible, AWS CLI, and Kubectl in a Portable Docker OpsBox >>
* Scientists sent thoughts from brain to brain with nothing inbetween >>
* China Development Forum 2019 held in Beijing >>

* ISPs: We’re Definitely Not the Internet Police, Until We Decide We Should Be >>
* Free speech debate in New Zealand after mosque slayer’s manifesto banned >>
* Gaming culture and the alt-right: The weaponisation of hate >>

* Rocket Lab Scrubs Launch of Experimental DARPA Military Satellite >>
* Live Blogging MIT EmTech Digital 2019 #emtechdigital >>
* Everybody wants EV charging stations, but barely anyone is building them >>

* Hiring for Neurodiversity, Reprogrammable Molecular Computing, Retro UUCP, and Industrial Go >>
* New trailers: Stranger Things, Toy Story 4, John Wick 3, and more >>

* Telegram adds ‘delete everywhere’ nuclear option — killing chat history >>
* Number of Workers in Jobs That Can Be Automated Falls >>
* Researchers from Washington State University and others dubbed the distrust of the attractive female boss ‘the Femme Fatale syndrome’. >>

* Is this why time speeds up as we age? >>
* Air NZ takes Magic Leap into augmented reality >>
* First-of-Its-Kind US Nuclear Waste Dump Marks 20 Years >>

* Evidence of early Australian arrival is best judged with an open mind >>
* Huge T. rex fossil suggests many dinosaurs were bigger than we thought >>
* A New Must-Read Book on the AI Singularity >>

* ‘Cannonball’ pulsar points to the supernova that formed it >>
* China completes main part of first under-sea shield subway tunnel >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 March 2019

* Here’s what to expect when Apple lays out its TV strategy on Monday >>
* First Hopper Tests rescheduled for Mon-Wed 25-27 >>
* Restaurant will serve 3D-printed sushi based on customer’s saliva and urine >>

* Watch this Tesla Model 3 drive to its owner on Enhanced Summon in latest video >>
* Sushi Singularity, life leave and more >>
* Self-healing 3D-printed gel has a future in robots and medicine >>

* Why Netflix Won’t Be Part of Apple TV >>
* New trailers: Stranger Things, Toy Story 4, John Wick 3, and more >>

* Researchers may have found a better way to make hydrogen for cars >>
* Microsoft briefly revive mascot Clippy before ‘brand police’ swiftly kill him off AGAIN >>
* MIT Develops Algorithm To Accelerate Neural Networks By 200x >>

* Test for detecting radioactive material passing through ports using lasers could boost security and help prevent ‘dirty bomb’ attack >>
* Warnings of a Dark Side to A.I. in Health Care >>
* Apple, Amazon, and Uber are moving in on health care. Will it help? >>

* Hollywood Fears that Stream-Ripper Verdict Will Serve as Roadmap for Foreign Pirates >>
* Google Unlocked Aims to ‘Uncensor’ Google Search Results >>
* Intel kills the Compute Card, a small-form-factor modular computing product that didn’t stick >>

* Virtual reality meditation is surprisingly satisfying — and it works >>
* Utah Just Became a Leader in Digital Privacy >>
* Many sharks are closer to the brink than feared, as conservationists reveal 17 SPECIES now face extinction >>

* Apple’s rumored game service wouldn’t include ‘freemium’ titles >>
* Canadian company to build plant that will remove CO2 from atmosphere — convert it to fuel >>
* Finally! A DNA Computer That Can Actually Be Reprogrammed >>

* Graphene Device Sops Up Sunlight, Heats to 160 Degrees Celsius in Seconds >>
* Bracing Medical AI Systems for Attacks >>
* Oracle Swings the Layoff Axe and Clear-cuts Teams of Engineers >>

* Boeing Flies Next Generation Rotocraft With Double the Speed and Range >>
* Avengers IP, Assemble: the wild, circuitous path to Marvel getting its own brands back >>
* An Optimist’s View of the 4 Challenges to Quantum Computing >>

* A family tracking app was leaking real-time location data >>
* Tesla’s in-car browser will be upgraded to Chromium >>
* The U.S. Remains Top Traffic Source For Pirate Sites, Research Shows >>

* Netflix Premieres Nail-Biting ’14 Minutes From Earth,’ With Bold Stratospheric Jump >>
* Spacewalking Astronauts Swap Space Station Batteries in Power Upgrade >>
* The Risk of Apollo: Astronauts Swap Harrowing Tales from NASA’s Moon Shots >>

* 2020 Mars Helicopter Could Open Alien Skies to Exploration >>
* Sparks Fly as Skydivers Glide Past a Dazzling Supermoon in Epic Red Bull Stunt! >>
* Two Cosmic ‘Chimneys’ Could Be Fueling the Galaxy-Sized Bubbles Looming Over the Milky Way >>

* Day and Night Are Perfectly Balanced in Spring Equinox Photo Snapped from Space >>
* Mock Moon Mission Underway in Russia >>
* Boeing Delays 1st Test Flight of Crew Capsule to August: Report >>

* Smart garden: Robot mowers, watering devices may keep your lawn tidy and your plants alive >>
* Thousands of security flaws found on UK government websites >>
* Jupiter was once four times farther away from the Sun than it is today >>

* Scientists Reversed Rats’ Alcoholism >>
* Take a virtual tour of the center of the Milky Way >>
* Elon Musk says he owes his success to a 3-step problem-solving trick used by Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla >>

* China Brief: The state of the economy >>
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