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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 04 March 2019

* MIT’s Mini Cheetah robot knows how to do backflips >>
* Milestone for SpaceX: Capsule with test dummy docks at space station >>
* SpaceX launches its new Crew Dragon capsule for the first time, paving the way for passenger flights >>

* Why Your Attention is Like a Piece of Contested Territory >>
* The attention economy is dead >>
* Thomas L. Friedman and James Manyika: The world’s gone from flat, to fast, to deep >>

* Could car design disappear in the autonomous future? >>
* Gillmor Gang: Check and Balance >>
* Hands-on with Microsoft’s HoloLens 2 >>

* 5G will be crazy fast, but it’ll be worthless without unlimited data >>
* A simple blood test to predict premature births could save babies’ lives >>
* Shared scooters barely last a month, report says. But that could change. >>

* Past, Present, Future: From Co-ops to Cryptonetworks >>
* What Is Machine Learning & How Does It Work? >>
* Controlling Internet Bound VPC Traffic Learn Why Your NAT Gateway May Not Be Up to the Task >>

* Cars Of The Future Could Call The Cops On You >>
* Mice given ‘night vision’ by injecting nanoparticles into their eyes >>
* Ultrasound Beams and Nanoparticle Cages: Toward More Targeted Brain Treatments >>

* Cloud-Based Services Are Making It Easier for Companies to Use AI >>
* For founders of new college of computing, the human element is paramount >>
* Know-It-All Robot Shuts Down Dubious Family Texts >>

* Jason Silva; The Future Of Mental Health >>
* OGarden automatically grows 90 foods at once >>
* The ‘Digit’ robot could be the future of humanoid pizza deliveries >>

* Amazon is reportedly planning a new, low-cost grocery chain >>
* Broken bones in mice healed faster by heat-releasing implant >>
* New Wearable Respiratory Sensor Will Monitor a Child’s Every Breath >>

* Announcing the speaker lineup for TED2019: Bigger than us >>
* Zipline Emphasizes Safety With Its Delivery Drones in Preparation for U.S. Operations >>
* The future of education in a world of pervasive computing >>

* The latest in AI recognition technology can tell who you are by your walk >>
* A New Idea about How Cancer Begins >>
* Are All Our Organs Vital? >>

* Droughts and Floods May Level Off until 2050, but Then Watch Out >>
* Better Battery Recycling Can Cut Electric Car Emissions >>
* Human genome editing is here – now we have to decide who is in charge >>

* Curiosity Crashed, but it’s Working Fine Again. >>
* J-20 vs F-22 >>
* How to turn on the new Dark Mode in Facebook Messenger >>

* Aubrey de Grey Thinks Robust Human Longevity Might Be Here by 2037 >>
* Even if Age Reversal Technology Arrives, Individuals Will Need to Avoid Frailty >>
* Asia’s AI agenda: AI for business >>

* Female entrepreneurs are just as resilient as men–despite lower revenue >>
* 12 of the hottest startups at the RSA Conference 2019 >>
* The Latest Antiaging Treatments Being Used by Early Adopters >>

* How Jeff Bezos Went to Hollywood and Lost Control >>
* 10 of the most popular tech jobs in 2019 >>
* Massive Database Leak Exposes China’s ‘Digital Surveillance State’ >>

* Can you tell the difference between a real face and an AI-generated fake? >>
* Container Registries — A Battle Royale >>
* 4 Elements of A Great Serverless Application Deployment Strategy >>

* MWC Barcelona 2019: On the Road to Self-Driving Cars, 5G Will Make Us Better Drivers ? >>
* German Rheinmetall Makes Progress to 100-kilowatt Combat Lasers >>
* Reviewing SENS Antiaging Work >>

* The Week in Tech: How Can America Make the World Shun Huawei? >>
* Canada will allow US extradition of Huawei CFO to move forward >>

* Elasticsearch Clusters Face Attacks From Multiple Hacker Groups >>
* Assessment: How Well Does Your Team Function? >>

* Gene Editing Is Trickier Than Expected—but Fixes Are In Sight >>
* Netflix is Testing Even More Expensive Subscription Prices >>
* Nubia’s Alpha wearable is the craziest gadget at MWC 2019 >>

* NASA Will Flight Test a Nuclear Rocket by 2024 and Other High Tech NASA Projects >>
* Putting Skin, Heart, and Soul in the Game of Solving Biomedical Challenges >>
* Addressing the promises and challenges of AI >>

* Arm, Vodafone Formalize IoT Deal >>
* A new artificial synapse is faster and more efficient than ones in your brain >>
* Smartphone of the future: no holes, no ports, no wires, and no buttons >>

* Automated Test Changes >>
* #Fails in Automated Testing >>
* Should You Use AI to Make Decisions About Your Software Team? >>

* Remote IT Support in the Era of Digital Transformation >>
* 5 Integrations for Powerful Automation Testing >>
* Seagate SkyHawk 14TB hard drive review >>

* Asteroids hitting Mars could have made hot rain fall for decades >>
* Microsoft says employers will look for these 3 skills as A.I. changes the workforce >>
* Spectre is an AI-powered long-exposure app for the iPhone >>

* Using 1 germ to fight another when today’s antibiotics fail >>
* Biophysics-Inspired AI Uses Photons to Help Surgeons Identify Cancer >>
* ‘Apollo 11’ Review: Houston, We’ve Got a Classic >>

* Introduction to Machine Learning >>
* NASA Will Flight Test a Nuclear Rocket by 2024 and Other High Tech NASA Projects >>
* Leadership beyond the C-suite >>

* The platform play: How to operate like a tech company >>
* Why corporate-center efficiency matters >>
* Food futures, millennial burnout and more >>

* Hulu and YouTube’s live TV services are small, but growing fast >>
* Rackspace announces it has laid off 200 workers >>
* Seeking Ground Rules for A.I. >>

* Spider silk could be used as robotic muscle >>
* Treaty claim looms as new stumbling block for Spark’s 5G ambitions >>
* Lyft’s Ipo Filing Shows Ridership Is Surging—so Are Losses >>

* Sky TV Sends Google Thousands of Complaints to Delist Pirate IPTV Services >>
* Climate change is the new normal but we don’t seem to notice >>
* Human Presence Means More Hyenas, Fewer Lions >>

* When Does Intelligence Peak? >>
* Is Ethical A.I. Even Possible? >>

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