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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 March 2019

* World’s first genderless AI voice; neither male nor female to fight bias in smart assistants >>
* NASA will put humans back on the moon ‘to stay’ by 2028 and could launch first lunar mission this year >>
* Weekday–Weekend Sleep Unbalance Bad for Blood Sugar Regulation >>

* A robotic leg, born without prior knowledge, learns to walk >>
* Alphabet’s AI-powered Chrome extension hides toxic comments >>
* Firefox Send’s free encrypted file transfers are now available to all >>

* Magic Leap goes to the theater >>
* Japan’s moon rover will be made by Toyota >>
* Is Your Organization Ready to Implement Computer Vision Solutions ? >>

* Forests are becoming less able to bounce back from wildfires >>
* Deep Time >>
* China Ten Rockets per Year Larger than Saturn V Starting in 2030 >>

* Build Strength and Muscle Fast with Occlusion Training >>
* US threatens to clamp down on intelligence sharing over 5G security >>
* Breathing in before doing something may actually make you better at it >>

* Twitter’s experimental beta testing app is available today >>
* To Keep Track of World’s Data, You’ll Need More Than a Yottabyte >>
* The World Wide Web Turns 30. Where Does It Go From Here? >>

* The Genderless Digital Voice the World Needs Right Now >>
* Scooters took over SXSW and that’s only the beginning >>
* Google Cloud hires another Oracle veteran for top role >>

* Apple will finally unveil its streaming video service on March 25th >>
* Apple drops huge hint over video streaming launch >>
* Amazon lets third-party sellers offer lower prices on rival sites >>

* Space Launch System Could Finally Stop >>
* Why AI Underperforms and What Companies Can Do About It >>
* Mapping the complex forces that are reshaping organizations and changing the employee/employer relationship. >>

* The World Wide Web at 30: We got the free and open internet we deserve >>
* People Want to Know About Algorithms—but Not Too Much >>
* I Embraced Screen Time With My Daughter—and I Love It >>

* How Word translates text between languages >>
* Drone Racing League’s new season will air on NBC and Twitter >>
* Cracking the Devilish Aerodynamics of Newfangled Flying Cars >>

* Powering mobility’s future: An interview with WiTricity’s Alex Gruzen >>
* Physicists solve a beta-decay puzzle with advanced nuclear models >>
* MetaFly is that flying robotic insect you’ve been looking for >>

* Few pathways to an acceptable climate future without immediate action >>
* A robotic leg, born without prior knowledge, learns to walk >>
* 3 Practical Solutions to Offset Automation’s Impact on Work >>

* Peter Thiel-backed firm building ‘safe’ AI turns itself into a for-profit enterprise >>
* Women’s History Month: Podcasts on motherhood, business, health, politics and more >>
* Paralympic fast track : Japan firm develops hi-tech wheelchairs >>

* Does air pollution really kill nearly 9 million people each year? >>
* Crocking the Genetic Code >>
* The Thought Leader Formula: Robin Farmanfarmaian >>

* Faster robots demoralize co-workers >>
* New alternative to Trump’s wall would create jobs, renewable energy, and increase border security >>
* How to train your robot (to feed you dinner) >>

* OpenAI Made Super Spam Generator and Now Seeks Investors >>
* DevOps fans. We’ve got another acronym for you: CDF >>
* 50 Years On, Untouched Moon Samples Set for Study >>

* Species of dinosaur the size of a wallaby is found in Australia: Reptile with a ‘galleon-shaped jaw’ roamed a lost world between Australia and Antarctica 125 million years ago >>
* Mark Zuckerberg wants to build a ‘brain-computer interface’ that can read your THOUGHTS, report claims >>
* How to Get People to Pay Attention During Corporate Trainings >>

* Microsoft’s phone-screen mirroring beta hits Windows 10 this week >>
* Ep. 521: The Deep Space Network >>
* Dilbert; Best In The Industry >>

* Onewheel’s Pint is a new and more portable electric rideable for novice riders, costs $950 >>
* Casualties of trade war: Chinese in US denied licences to work with sensitive technologies >>

* Why It’s OK if You Don’t Love Your Job Right Now >>
* Enabling Hyper-scale Data Workloads in the Cloud >>
* 20 largest cloud and internet providers splurged $120bn in capital expenditure last year, 40 largest telecommunications firms $240bn on networks and services. >>

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