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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 March 2019

* Scientists develop radical robot translator that lets bees and fish ‘talk’ to each other for the first time >>
* Volvo is watching you >>
* AI powered smart bin detects items you throw away the most often using a camera, a set of scales and the same technology in self-driving cars >>

* Could Mitochondria Numbers Be the Key to Solving Cancer Drug Resistance? >>
* Facebook’s AI couldn’t spot mass murder >>
* A new app to map and monitor the world’s freshwater supply >>

* MoviePass testing new ‘PreShow’ app awards users free movie tickets if they agree to be WATCHED by facial recognition cameras >>
* Your Future Coworkers Could Be Swarms Of Robots >>
* 10 companies that reward you for trading in your old items >>

* Google’s first AI-powered Doodle lets you harmonize like Johann Sebastian Bach >>
* Boeing sold essential safety features as extras on 737 Max >>
* Automating ethics >>

* A New Wave of Brainy Bikes Do Everything but Ride Themselves >>
* An Impossible Scenario: Scientists Watch as Heat Moves at the Speed of Sound >>
* Return of the Falcon Heavy: SpaceX will attempt second launch of world’s current most powerful rocket next month >>

* Robots could be conducting job interviews next year >>
* Salespeople, Stop Worrying About Being Liked >>
* AI can mistakenly see cancer in medical scans after tiny image tweaks >>

* DNA Computer Shows Programmable Chemical Machines Are Possible >>
* Researchers Say They May Have Found the Cause of SIDS and Other Sudden Death Syndromes >>
* How residential energy storage could help support the power grid >>

* A Battle for My Life; By Emilia Clarke >>
* Facebook’s 60-GHz Terragraph Technology Moves From Trials to Commercial Gear >>
* Hash Your Way To a Better Neural Network >>
* Lumotive Says It’s Got a Solid-State Lidar That Really Works >>

* Spine Device Trains Hands Of Future Physical Therapists >>
* Russia army of KILLER ROBOTS including self-driving tanks that follow aim of a soldier’s rifle and swarm deadly drones that drop bombs from the sky >>
* We’ve found 4000 exoplanets but almost zero are right for life >>

* SpaceX Claims To Have Redesigned Its Starlink Satellites To Eliminate Casualty Risks >>
* Near Gigapixel Imaging of Exoplanets from the Gravity Lens Regions >>
* Robotic Dreams, Robotic Realities: Why Is It So Hard to Build Profitable Robot Companies? >>

* SpaceX Heavy Best Option to Replace SLS for EM-1 Mission in 2020 >>
* SpaceX Hop Test Updates >>
* The Ultimate in Personalized Medicine: Your Body on a Chip >>

* Your Earbuds Will Become Your Most Powerful Health Monitor >>
* Boeing Delays Test so SpaceX Could Become Only US Manned Option >>
* What’s holding up the 5G utopia in Britain? Quite a lot, actually >>

* 5 Ways to Leave Your Work Stress at Work >>
* Apple, Amazon, and Uber are moving in on health care. Will it help? >>
* Apptimize helps companies create seamless digital experiences >>

* Kicking neural network design automation into high gear >>
* China refutes U.S. claim that it’s pushing space ‘arms race’ >>
* Explainable AI, Product Management, REPL for Games, and Open Source Inventory >>

* The tougher competitors in emerging markets >>
* Arcturus: Facts About the Bright Red Giant Star >>
* Engineers Still Studying Problem with InSight Heat Flow Probe >>

* Microsoft device stores digital info as DNA >>
* Netflix is testing a $3.64 mobile plan in India >>
* Researchers Built an ‘Online Lie Detector.’ Honestly, That Could Be a >>

* Stop Eliminating Perfectly Good Candidates by Asking Them the Wrong Questions >>
* Scientists Reveal Ancient Social Networks Using AI—and X-Rays >>
* US Companies Are Moving Tech Jobs To Canada Rather Than Deal With Trump’s Immigration Policies, Report Says >>

* Meet ‘Kazachok’: Landing Platform for ExoMars Rover Gets a Name >>
* NASA May Send a Smallsat Mission to the Giant Asteroid Pallas >>
* Why This Poisonous Gas Could Be a Sign of Alien Life >>

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