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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 March 2019

* A Mass Murder of, and for, the Internet >>
* Questions about policing online hate are much bigger than Facebook and YouTube >>
* Why can’t YouTube automatically catch re-uploads of disturbing footage? >>

* Harvard University uncovers DNA switch that controls genes for whole-body regeneration >>
* Ethicist: Future AI Could Take Revenge for How We Treat It Now >>
* Here’s how AI is helping reduce the threat of active shooters at work >>

* Brazilian scientists produce mini-brains with eyes >>
* Facebook Readies AI Tech To Combat ‘Revenge Porn’ >>
* Future of Wearables Mind reading glasses, goggles that erase chronic pain, a wristband that can hear what the wearer can’t >>

* Fan uses AI to remaster ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ in HD >>
* Portal automatically opens doors for wheelchair users, no button pressing required >>
* Robotic’ pill that could replace injections passes first human trial >>

* Future Samsung phones could feature selfie camera under the screen >>
* Do You Want to Live Forever? >>
* A Harvard Professor Says Half of All Colleges Won’t Exist in 10 Years >>

* 4D printing multi-metal products with a desktop electrochemical 3D printer >>
* Using technology to support project-based learning >>
* 33 blood-cancer patients have dramatic clinical remission with new T-cell therapy >>

* Tesla Model Y Will Hold Seven Passengers >>
* Windows 10 to automatically uninstall faulty monthly updates >>
* Quantum sensing method measures minuscule magnetic fields >>

* A Possible Alzheimer’s Treatment With Clicks and Flashes? It Worked on Mice >>
* Earth may be partly made of rocks from elsewhere in the galaxy >>
* Climate change will make it harder to predict heavy rain and floods >>
* Mercury Is in Retrograde. Don’t Be Alarmed. >>

* Huge meteor explosion over Earth last year went unnoticed until now >>
* Whoa. Pi has been calculated out to 31.4 trillion decimals >>
* Guardians of the synapse: Scientists identify a new role for nerve-supporting cells >>
* Top Takeaways From The Economist Innovation Summit >>

* New carmaker on the block: Byton’s CEO on China’s car of the future >>
* 3D Printing the Automotive Industry: Series Intro >>
* Automation and Longevity Impacts on Social Security and Medicare >>

* BMW is weeding out its lineup to prepare for the electric future >>
* CoParenter helps divorced parents settle disputes using AI and human mediation >>
* Elon Musk Unveils New Tesla Model Y Vehicle Coming in 2020 >>

* Exercises in amazement: Discovering deep learning >>
* WordPress Now Powers Over One-Third of the Top 10 Million Sites on the Web >>
* Imagining the Smart Cities of 2050 >>

* ‘Halo Drive’ Would Use Black Holes To Power Spaceships >>
* Robot hand is soft and strong >>
* SXSW 2019: Virtual Cinema >>

* The Side Effects of Solar Geoengineering Could Be Minimal >>
* Why Do Employers Provide Health Care In The First Place? >>
* New Ring of Dust Discovered in the Inner Solar System >>

* Latest Generation of Lionfish-Hunting Robot Can Find and Zap More Fish Than Ever >>
* Thomas L. Friedman: Why simple fixes don’t work anymore >>
* Thomas L. Friedman: The three climate changes >>
* Thomas L. Friedman: Technology moves in steps >>
* Thomas L. Friedman: An interview with Mother Nature >>
* The journey to a new tomorrow: A conversation with Ron Kuerbitz, CEO, agilon health >>
* Bancassurance: It’s time to go digital >>

* Shot to the Gut: “Robotic” Pill Sails Through Human Safety Study >>
* Verizon Launches 5G Phone >>

* Your new most annoying overachieving coworker is a robot >>

* Raptor Engine at SpaceX Starhopper Launchpad >>
* There Are Sex Differences In The Trajectory Of Depression Symptoms Through Adolescence, With Implications For Treatment >>

* Apple’s iCloud recovers after a four-hour outage >>
* DARPA Is Building a $10 Million, Open Source, Secure Voting System >>
* Facebook’s Sloppy Data-Sharing Deals Might Be Criminal >>

* Facebook’s chief product officer and head of Whatsapp are leaving >>
* Firework officially launches a short-form video storytelling app, backed by Lightspeed >>
* Google cracked down on 2.3 billion bad ads last year >>

* Google’s iOS keyboard can translate text into more than 100 languages >>
* Microsoft open sources algorithm, hardware and source code for Azure data compression >>
* Microsoft packages a bunch of its apps and Azure services as ‘Game Stack’ >>

* How Digital Fulfillment Is Changing Manufacturing >>
* Nasa Making Its Moon Mission Commercial Could Signal A Paradigm Shift For Deep-space Travel >>
* Epic Games Store plans include cloud saves and achievements >>

* 3-5 Degree Rise in Arctic Temperatures Called ‘Inevitable’ >>
* Equity transcribed: Uber IPO, Stash’s raise and more YC movement >>
* Women in tech: Success still hangs on relationships and privilege >>

* Microsoft releases Windows Defender extensions for Chrome and Firefox >>
* Vectordash’s cloud gaming service brings crypto-miners a new revenue stream >>
* Tens of Thousands of Heart Patients May Not Need Open-Heart Surgery >>

* There are More Dinosaurs to Discover from the Time of T. rex >>
* World’s smallest motorway built to shame a nation >>
* 3 ways AI is already changing medicine >>

* This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through March 16) >>
* Augmented reality will objectify women >>
* The Internet Knows You Better Than Your Spouse Does >>

* Why Tech Didn’t Stop the New Zealand Attack From Going Viral >>
* Videos of shooting tragedy in New Zealand continue resurfacing on social media >>
* Christchurch: how quiet city became target for terror >>
* Mosque Shooting Gunman Legally Acquired 5 Guns >>
* Jordan Peterson on gun control >>
* Reddit bans gore-, death-focused channels following NZ mosque attack >>

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