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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 01 May 2019

* Ford to offer Amazon on-demand car washes >>
* Amazon will deliver packages to the trunk of your Ford or Lincoln >>
* Bird’s monthly scooter rentals let you ride as much as you like >>

* For better deep neural network vision, just add feedback (loops) >>
* Watch live Western Digital: How to build an infrastructure that’s fit for the future >>
* OpenStack wants Airship 1.0 to take flight and move devs up to the cloud without tears >>

* SpaceX Satellites Will Fly Low to Prevent Space Junk >>
* F8 2019 highlights: All the important stuff announced >>
* Facebook F8 2019 Day 1 >>
* Facebook F8 Conference Livestream! – Oculus Quest & Oculus Rift S Launch >>
* What to Expect From F8 After Facebook’s Very Bad Year >>
* Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Says the ‘Future is Private’ >>
* Facebook Dating opens to friends with Secret Crush >>
* Facebook Messenger will get desktop apps, co-watching, emoji status >>
* Facebook Portal will be available outside the US this fall >>
* Facebook helps you grow your social circle with ‘Meet New Friends’ >>
* Review: Facebook’s Oculus Rift S is barely an upgrade >>
* Oculus’ next-gen Quest and Rift S headsets go on sale May 21st >>
* Facebook is redesigning its core app around the two parts people actually like to use >>

* How China Is Upending Western Marketing Practices >>
* AI Engines, Self-Grading Labs, Software Project Heroes, and Embedded Rust >>
* How Wearable AI Will Amplify Human Intelligence >>

* Performance management in agile organizations >>
* Building a habit of disruption in marketing >>

* New trend report: The Gaming Universe >>
* The World’s First Flying Car Skyport Is Under Construction in Miami >>
* How Tactical Drivers Learn Crazy-Ass Maneuvers >>

* Huawei, Huawei. Huawei, Huawei. Feeling hot, hot, hot: US threatens to cut UK from intel sharing over Chinese tech giant >>
* Vodafone Italy found “hidden backdoors” in Huawei equipment years ago >>
* Vodafone Denies Bloomberg Report on Security Flaws in Huawei Equipment >>
* How US went from telecoms leader to 5G also-ran without challenger to China’s Huawei >>
* Huawei outpaces Apple, Samsung in R&D increase >>

* Alexa will speak Spanish in the US later this year >>
* Across the world, women outlive men. This is why. >>
* Alphabet teases I/O hardware announcement >>

* Docker updates focus on simplifying containerization for developers >>
* Ford’s Self-braking Trolley Is Perfect For Supermarkets And Airports! >>
* Breakthrough finding discovers cause of insomnia >>

* Implementing DevSecOps With 1,162 Apps >>
* Someone left 24GB of personal info on 80m US households exposed to the public internet >>
* Cloud Database Removed After Exposing Details on 80 Million US Households >>

* Say hi to pay-as-you-go on-prem IT: Dell, VMware tout private cloud-as-a-service, or rentable tech >>
* Bird’s new monthly e-scooter rentals skirt city scooter restrictions >>

* Looking Back on the O’Reilly Artificial Intelligence Conference >>
* Toyota unveils latest heavy-duty electric fuel-cell truck to haul cargo around LA >>
* SpaceX-Like Startups Think They Can Solve Fusion For Cheap >>

* Social architecture and the house of tomorrow >>
* ‘Next rising platform’: 2 promising technologies could transform human body into a disease-destroying machine >>
* We survive because reality may be nothing like we think it is >>

* The first-ever biodegradable cooler is here just in time for a greener summer >>
* Anti-ageing has often been seen as quack science. Not any more >>
* Business leaders don’t care about the cost of downtime >>

* It’s the age of automation and the robots are coming. But for what? >>
* Big Cloud gets bigger >>
* Will Self-Driving Vehicles Make Uber A Dangerous Choice? >>

* Is There a Future for Laundry-Folding Robots? >>
* This Black Hole’s Jets Wobble Like Crazy Because It’s Warping Space-Time >>
* There’s Basically ‘No Chance’ for Earth-Like Planets to Form an Atmosphere Around Hot Young Stars >>

* SpaceX Test Fires Falcon Heavy Megarocket Core for June Mission >>
* One of Stephen Hawking’s Most Famous Theories About Black Holes Just Suffered a Huge Blow >>
* New Committee to Review NASA Planetary Protection Policies >>

* It’s Time to Get Serious About Asteroid Threats, NASA Chief Says >>
* ‘Deep Learning’ Algorithm Reveals Huge Saturn Storm in New Light >>
* Running Java-based deep learning with MXNet and Amazon Elastic Inference >>

* Trump’s ‘Record Economy’ Is Making Americans Miserable >>
* Mini-program of stem cell research starts trial operation >>
* Monitoring Containerized Application Environments with eBPF >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 April 2019

* Amazon Pay launches peer-to-peer payments in India >>
* Samsung made a TV for vertical video and I actually kind of like it >>
* UK’s butt-shaped blimp could come back as an EV >>

* Global 5G wireless networks threaten weather forecasts >>
* Autonomous vehicles make congestion pricing even more critical >>

* Exposed database holds sensitive data on over 80 million US households >>
* Startup says time is ripe for fleets of drones to help farmers pick fruit >>

* Gravitational waves hint at a black hole eating a neutron star >>
* The moon may be made of magma that once covered Earth’s entire surface >>
* The Hundred-Tonne Robots That Help Keep New Zealand Running >>

* Technology Radar, Influencers Dropping, Stuff That Matters, and Reverse Engineering >>
* Jaguar Land Rover offers car owners crypto to share their driving data >>
* An algorithm wipes clean the criminal pasts of thousands >>

* Mirantis makes configuring on-premises clouds easier >>
* Overcast makes it easy to turn clips from podcasts into viral clips >>
* Samsung imagines a wraparound smartphone display >>

* Sharing what’s new and coming next with Android Enterprise >>
* Scientists Discover Nearly 200,000 Kinds of Ocean Viruses >>
* The Upside of Working Motherhood >>

* The billion point laser cloud that will help rebuild Notre Dame >>
* AI brought a 60-year old music-making machine to life >>
* Hydrogels Can Be ‘Exercised’ To Grow. Another Step Toward ‘Soft’ Robots >>

* VR turns bumper cars into retro-futuristic steampunk tanks >>
* With Kata Containers and Zuul, OpenStack graduates its first infrastructure projects >>
* Your Company Needs a Strategy for Voice Technology >>

* ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8, Episode 4 Preview: One Last War to Win >>
* ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8, Episode 3 Recap: Winter Fell >>
* Daenerys vs. Cersei: who has the resources to win the final game of thrones? >>
* Avengers: Endgame earned an astonishing $1.2 billion in its opening weekend >>

* US and China will have many more battles to fight when the trade war ends >>
* An Indian village has many more twins than can be explained >>

* Beluga whale with harness was trained by Russia, claim scientists >>
* Climate is an emergency: Let’s not leave action to activists >>
* Driverless cars won’t be ready for at least a DECADE, experts say, despite Elon Musk declaring a million on the road by 2020 >>

* Titan has a belt of ice 6300 kilometres long that shouldn’t be there >>
* DNA folds into a smart nanocapsule for drug delivery >>
* CRISPR accuracy increased 50-fold >>

* China develops unique heat-resistant material for hypersonic aircraft >>
* Would you fly in a pilotless plane? >>
* Here’s the Video of Hayabusa2 Bombing Asteroid Ryugu >>

* SpaceX Delays Next Dragon Cargo Launch to May 1 >>
* Lunar Base and Gateway Part of Sustainable Long-Term Human Exploration Plan >>

* How can upcoming social media efforts be ‘global’ if they ignore Asia? >>
* How Microsoft Learned From The Past To Redesign Its Future >>
* China’s Chang’e-4 probe resumes work for fifth lunar day >>

* Chinese-built Ethiopia light rail transports more than 29 mln people in 9 months >>
* Digital economy a new impetus for Belt and Road construction >>
* Tesla races ahead with work on Shanghai plant >>

* Go!SCAN 3D >>
* How to Enhance Customer Service Through AI >>
* Create value by integrating applications and data for the entire enterprise. >>

* 14 (More) Open-Source Tools for Taming Kubernetes >>
* Quick Azure Integration Landscape >>
* Building a React Front-End for my AWS Lambda Sudoku Solver >>

* Jenkins is Getting Old >>
* Getting Started With AWS CodeStar >>
* We’ve Done SOA, Why Should We Care About Microservices? >>
* DevOps Tools CI CD ARA Tools Worth Knowing >>
* Security Breach Compromises 190K Docker Hub Usernames and Passwords >>
* Technical Debt: The Good, the Bad, and the Reckless >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 April 2019

* This gaming phone has a built-in cooling fan and can record 8K video >>
* Autonomous Scooter Uses AI to Learn Your Favorite Routes >>
* This road charges electric vehicles as they drive >>

* Robotic driving instructors are here to make lessons less stressful >>
* A 3D-printed heart with blood vessels has been made using human tissue >>
* China’s rocket start-ups go small in age of ‘shoebox’ satellites >>

* Avengers: Endgame earned an astonishing $1.2 billion in its opening weekend >>
* Everything to know before Game of Thrones episode 3 and The Battle of Winterfell >>

* Young People Are Choosing To Live In “pods” Instead Of Apartments >>
* DockerCon 2019—A Preview Show >>
* As a Leader, Time Is Your Most Valuable Resource >>

* Using AI to Unravel the Complexity of Collective Behavior >>
* With the power to change the world, here’s why the US and China are fighting over our 5G future >>
* 283 items of outcomes achieved at second Belt and Road forum >>

* Smart cities are for refugees >>
* Couples are paying thousands for gender selection >>
* All of Mercury >>

* Meet the tech boss, same as the old boss >>
* Electric Vehicles In Germany Emit More CO2 Than Diesel Ones, Study Shows >>
* Boxing a finite-horizon AI system to keep it unambitious >>

* Before Crash American Officials Had Twice Considered Grounding Boeing’s 737 Max — But Didn’t >>
* Why Software Projects need Heroes (Lessons Learned from 1100+ Projects) >>
* Software Roles and Titles >>

* AI-generated profiles? Airbnb users prefer a human touch >>
* The AI Does Not Hate You >>
* Ultimate luxury floating homes will be able to withstand wild storms and rising seas >>

* How Long Does a Human Head Actually Remain Conscious After Being Cut Off? I >>
* Docker COPY: Dockerfile best practices >>
* How Extreme Cameramen Capture The Most Dangerous Stunts >>

* Welcome to Shanghai, the capital of the future >>

* Achieve Intelligent Test Execution >>
* Top 10 Skills of Developers in 2019 >>
* Tom’s Tech Notes: What You Need to Know About Big Data [Podcast] >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 April 2019

* This Drone ‘Breathes’ Air To Propel Itself and Has Unlimited Range >>
* Blue Origin’s cryptic tweet hints at a new adventure >>
* Amazon raises the stakes again with Prime one-day shipping >>

* NASA Preps Mission to Most Interesting Asteroid in Our Solar System >>
* 5 AI Breakthroughs We’ll Likely See in the Next 5 Years >>
* Fusion power start-ups go small in effort to bring commercial reactors to life >>

* The highlights of the “debate of the century” between Žižek and Peterson >>
* New trailers: Knock Down the House, Men in Black: International, and more >>

* ‘Creativity peaks in your 20s and 50s’ >>
* The Glass Age, Part 1: Flexible, Bendable Glass >>
* Karlmann King is a $2 million enormous ultra-luxury SUV built upon a Ford F-550 >>

* Researchers use 3D printer to print glass >>
* New Research: The World Is Sadder, Angrier Than Ever Before >>
* Amazon’s Algorithm Automatically Fires Inefficient Warehouse Workers >>
* Google staff share claims of company retaliation in town hall meeting >>

* Confronting the risks of artificial intelligence >>
* Five moves to make during a digital transformation >>
* From third world to first in class >>

* Growth leadership is about empowering your team >>
* Transforming risk efficiency and effectiveness >>
* Why you should apply analytics to your people strategy >>

* China Plans to Build a Moon Base Near the Lunar South Pole >>
* Safety Panel Urges Patience in SpaceX Crew Dragon Investigation >>
* The World’s Largest Atom Smasher Could Be Tweaked to Hunt ‘Dark World’ Particles >>

* With FAA’s blessing, that drone over your house may be Google’s Wing, not Amazon’s >>
* United covers over the cameras on its in-flight entertainment systems >>
* Recommended Reading: The cost of Fortnite’s success >>

* 24 hours away from what’s widely expected to be the most spectacular and devastating “Game of Thrones” battle >>
* Avengers: Endgame Crushes Multiple Box Office Records 1 Day After Release >>
* Here’s What’s New on (and Leaving) Netflix in May 2019 >>
* Here’s What’s New on Amazon Prime in May 2019 >>

* Best Automation Testing Tools for 2019 (Top 10 reviews) >>
* How a TV Sitcom Triggered the Downfall of Western Civilization >>
* Why Companies are in Need of Data Lineage Solutions >>

* Aerobic exercise is an effective treatment for depression >>
* Wolves In The Walls: It’s All Over Made Me Truly Care About A Virtual Being >>
* A Theory of Type Polymorphism in Programming >>

* Clippy: The Unauthorized Biography >>
* Amazon Has Gone From Neutral Platform to Cutthroat Competitor, Say Open Source Developers >>
* Breaking Up Amazon Won’t Solve Its Climate Problem >>

* How can my work impact the community? | Foundation S2 EP1 >>
* Reverse Proxy using Express Server >>

* What Can Automation Learn From DevOps? >>
* DevOps: The Journey So Far and What Lies Ahead! >>
* Serverless Web Apps With Knative Compared to AWS Lambda >>

* Text-Mined Knowledge Graphs — Beyond Text Mining >>
* Quick Introduction to Software Architecture >>
* China launches first detectors aiming to decode cosmic ray origins >>

* Game of Thrones Hope Chest: which character do you most need to see survive? >>
* This Ape Figuring Out How To Use A Smartphone Is Mind-Blowing >>
* Sony Accidentally Releases ‘Men in Black: International’ Trailer Without Music Or Sound Effects, Creates Art >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 April 2019

* First laser radio paves the way for ultra-fast WiFi >>
* Amateurs’ Al Tells Real Rembrandts From Fakes >>
* Walmart unveils an AI-powered store of the future, now open to the public >>

* Primer’s Sean Gourley on Bots, Propaganda and Fake News – Ep. 83 >>
* Shopify unveils a new lineup of retail hardware >>
* Australian Lime Scooters Hacked To Say Sexual Things To Riders >>

* How to hide from the AI surveillance state with a color printout >>
* China’s Tianhe Space Station Launches in First Half of 2020 >>
* Why Companies are in Need of Data Lineage Solutions >>

* NASA’s Robonaut to Return to Space Station With Legs Attached >>
* How the Parker Solar Probe Survives Close Encounters With the Sun >>

* Will Elon and Tesla Prove the Doubters Wrong on the Robotic Taxi Master Plan >>
* Elon Musk banks on his self-driving taxi service as Tesla burns through cash >>
* Tesla’s New Chip Holds the Key to ‘Full Self-Driving’ >>

* Joe Biden announces he is running for president in 2020 >>
* Scientists are world’s firsts to reproduce complete copy of ‘anti-tumour antibiotic’ >>
* As Coachella raged, the L.A. tech world made plans to live on Mars >>

* Triple Battery Density in 3-5 Years for Triple Electric Car Range >>
* The Brave Browser Will Pay You to Surf the Web >>
* The Google Assistant can now tell you a story on your phone >>

* Google has created a maths AI that has already proved 1200 theorems >>
* Legal and Ethical Implications of Using AI in Hiring >>
* Machine That Reads Your Mind (Kinda) and Talks (Sorta) >>

* 3 reasons why AI will never match human creativity >>
* Amazon tries bringing in lawyers for sellers claiming patent infringement >>
* Facebook Expects to Be Fined Up to $5 Billion by F.T.C. Over Privacy Issues >>

* Wireless Sensor Would Give Epilepsy Patients More Freedom >>
* Belt and Road forum: China’s ‘project of the century’ hits tough times >>
* First in medical robotics: Autonomous navigation inside the body >>

* Google launches Duo group video calling in ‘select regions’ >>
* The Behavioral Change Stairway Model >>
* Values Risk, Brain Interface, Hacking Scooters, and Behavioral Change >>

* AI Can Be Used to Find Good CO2 Absorbing Micro Capsules >>
* Why We Need to Avoid More Anti-Satellite Tests >>
* Cybersecurity Job Openings Boom, Pool of U.S. Job-Seekers Shrinks >>

* Researchers Measure Atom With Half-Life of 18 Sextillion Years >>
* Made in China, Exported to the World: The Surveillance State >>
* Next Nissan GT-R to likely feature hybridization and autonomous driving >>

* Virgin Galactic Expects Rapid Conclusion of SpaceShipTwo Test Flights After Downtime >>
* There Are Toxic Fungi in Space and No One Knows If They’re Dangerous >>
* Study opens a new route to achieving invisibility without using metamaterials >>

* There’s little evidence that a Huawei 5G ban is the right approach >>
* Huawei pushes back on reports of government ties, claims employee ownership >>
* This Brainless Slime Learns And Remembers >>

* Internet connectivity projects unite as Alphabet spinout Loon grabs $125M from SoftBank’s HAPSMobile >>
* Kiwi’s food delivery bots are rolling out to 12 more colleges >>
* Our Brains Tell Us We’ve Done Something Before We Actually Do It >>

* Technology ethics campaigners offer plan to fight ‘human downgrading’ >>
* Lyft offers flat fares for people living far from grocery stores >>

* The Emergency Launch Abort Systems of SpaceX and Boeing Explained >>
* High-Altitude Auroras Create ‘Speed Bumps’ for Satellites >>
* Captain Marvel Catches Up on Earth Culture in ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Audi Commercial >>

* Adult Children Are Costing Many Parents Their Retirement Savings >>
* Microsoft Surging Over $1 Trillion to Number One >>
* America’s Grandest Movie Palaces Find Strange New Lives >>

* AI learns to paint in the styles of Van Gogh, Turner and Vermeer >>
* 21 million children miss first dose of measles vaccine every year >>
* Amazon employees listening to your Alexa recordings can also easily find customers’ home addresses, report claims >>

* Extremely fast winds and high waves are now happening more often >>
* Genomic Surveillance Is A Key Weapon In The Fight Against Malaria >>
* UAE woman Munira Abdulla wakes up after 27 years in a coma >>

* Confidence isn’t just a feeling. It’s an energy that comes from taking action. >>
* Why compassion fades >>
* How Amazon automatically tracks and fires warehouse workers for ‘productivity’ >>

* Why we’re hoping for a big body count in Game of Thrones and Avengers: Endgame >>
* Fortnite’s Avengers: Endgame crossover is one of the best superhero games I’ve ever played >>
* Five Eyes spies play down split as ‘Huawei leak’ roils UK government >>

* China aims to address ‘debt trap’ criticism at second Belt and Road Forum >>
* Xinjiang kindergarten employs robot teacher >>

* Designing Bulletproof Code >>
* The Open Cloud for The Future >>
* Achieve Intelligent Test Execution >>

* DataOps, DevOps and the Developer: Treating Database Code Just Like App Code >>
* This Portable Oculus Rift Rig Goes From Folded To Ready In ‘Under 60 Seconds’ >>
* MuseNet >>

* Speedgate: World’s First Sport Generated by AI >>
* A Recipe for Training Neural Networks >>
* The Price We Pay for Multitasking at Work >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 April 2019

* Scientists pull speech directly from the brain >>
* Robotic tube for surgery autonomously navigates inside a beating heart >>
* Telsa Will Make an Electric Leafblower As Garden Equipment is a Big Pollution Source >>

* Tesla Model S and X Get New Drivetrain for 370 mile Range >>
* Zipline Expands Medical Drone-Delivery Service to Ghana >>
* Applying For Your Next Job May Be an Automated Nightmare >>

* Samsung Galaxy Fold review: future shock >>
* Samsung Galaxy Fold teardown reveals ‘alarmingly fragile’ display >>
* In Automation, the ‘Last Motion’ Will Come Before the Last Mile >>

* Tesla’s new AI chip isn’t a silver bullet for self-driving cars >>
* It’s Elon Musk Vs. Everyone Else In The Race For Fully Driverless Cars >>
* Russia Launches Belgorod, the World’s Longest Submarine >>

* Microsoft is readying AI-powered Azure digital inking services >>
* Improving security as artificial intelligence moves to smartphones >>
* CRISPR Gene Editing Expanding Pre-clinical Studies Beyond Mice and Fruit Flies >>

* Mediavolution 2.0 >>
* Next generation technologies and the future of trade >>
* Short-term pain for long-term gain: The new CEO’s dilemma >>
* Staying competitive in next round of globalization >>

* Future of flying? AI that shames you into being a better passenger >>
* A new way to find work-from-home (or wherever) opportunities >>
* UK cautiously gives Huawei the nod for 5G network gear sales >>

* Mark Zuckerberg debuts his own ‘Tech and Society’ podcast >>
* Microsoft beats expectations with $30.6B in revenue as Azure’s growth continues >>
* Robotics VCs on what’s real, what’s coming, and what to keep in mind >>

* Golden Blood – The World’s Rarest and Most Precious Blood Type >>
* Brain Implant Can Say What You’re Thinking >>

* Six Siblings Reached 100, Shows Genetic Engineering Would Work for Antiaging >>
* How the U.S. Can Prepare to Live in China’s 5G World >>
* Is Life Expectancy Finally Topping Out? >>

* Electric Truck and SUV Maker Rivian Gets $500 Million From Ford >>
* Australia’s Troubled National Broadband Network Delivers a Fraction of What Was Promised >>
* Astronomers Think a Meteor Came from Outside the Solar System >>

* Docker raises Arm to make itself handier for IoT edge data pushing >>
* UI vs UX >>

* Self-powered ‘pacemaker for life’ in pigs unveiled >>
* Artificial Intelligence could steer hypersonic vehicles >>
* What will the garage of the future look like? >>

* NASA’s InSight Lander Captures First Audio of ‘Marsquake’ >>
* Death metal music created by AI will play FOREVER thanks to researchers who created and set up a 24hour YouTube live stream >>
* Genetically modified virus may shrink incurable brain cancers >>

* A ‘Blockchain Bandit’ Is Guessing Private Keys and Scoring Millions >>
* A new Tesla Model S can now drive from Los Angeles to San Francisco on a single charge >>
* Academy says streamed films are still in the Oscars race >>

* Bumble will use AI to detect unwanted nudes >>
* Amazon Alexa auditors could reportedly access user locations >>
* Archaeologists Unearth Ancient Egyptian Tomb With More Than 30 Mummies >>

* Facebook’s AI missed Christchurch shooting videos filmed in first-person >>
* Docker developers can now build Arm containers on their desktops >>
* Google Fit is now on iOS >>

* Google makes it easier to find work-from-home jobs >>
* How AI is Helping Sellers >>
* Huawei’s P30 Pro excels on the camera front >>

* How to Show You’re Passionate in a Job Interview >>
* Implant turns brain signals into synthesized speech >>

* Microsoft knows password-expiration policies are useless >>
* Microsoft is closing in on becoming a $10 billion-a-quarter cloud company >>

* Over 400 languages spoken today may have originated in northern China >>
* ‘Recycling Truck’ Delivers Gene To Get Bacteria Through Hard Times >>
* Can Elon Musk’s robotaxi plan help Tesla owners make $30,000 a year? >>

* Transparent mice and human organs created by scientists >>
* Mozilla Highlights AI Bias and ‘Addiction by Design’ Tech in Internet Health Report >>
* Security Flaw Lets Attackers Recover Private Keys From Qualcomm Chips >>

* AT&T CEO says 5G phone plans might be tiered and priced based on data speeds >>
* When can we finally get rid of passwords? >>
* The Scarily High Number Of Companies Disney Owns, Visualized >>

* The Chinese state-owned tech company helping to keep the heart of Western capitalism beating >>
* From new faces to new funds, what has changed in the belt and road show? >>
* Microservices and DevOps Using Java, Spring Boot, Git Flow, Jenkins, and Docker >>

* Human tongues can smell and contain the same odour receptors that are found in our noses, new study reports >>
* NZ team’s laser breakthrough will boost optic network capacity >>
* Mind-reading device uses AI to turn brainwaves into audible speech >>

* You Could Travel Through a Wormhole, but it’s Slower Than Going Through Space >>
* SpaceX Crew Dragon Accident Another Bump in the Road for Commercial Crew >>
* 1969 Moon Landing Heads Up ABC Documentary Series About That Memorable Year in the US >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 April 2019

* Tesla Posts Video That Appears To Show Full Self-Driving Functionality >>
* Tesla promises ‘one million robo-taxis’ in 2020 >>
* Tesla vs. world on self driving tech >>

* Breakthrough in boiling >>
* Sewing machine robot paves the way for brain computers >>
* First 6G Conference Is Coming Up >>

* Amazon launches in-garage delivery service >>
* The three challenges keeping cars from being fully autonomous >>
* “Machine teaching” is a thing, and Microsoft wants to own it >>

* Robert Scoble and Irena Cronin on Spatial Computing >>
* Spatial Computing startup helps autism therapists, potentially improving my son’s life >>
* OpenAI’s ‘Dota 2’ bot won 7,215 games against humans in three days >>

* Elon Predicts that in the Future People Will Demand No Human Drivers >>
* Like Magic, Land Rover Makes its SUV’s Hood Disappear >>
* For Better AI, Turn Up the Contrast on Reality >>

* Artificial intelligence can diagnose PTSD by analyzing voices >>
* Engineered virus to be tested as treatment for incurable cancers >>
* Battery-free pacemaker harvests energy from pig hearts in first tests >>

* Astronomers just found a second galaxy containing no dark matter – and it may change everything we knew about how galaxies are formed >>
* Mortal Kombat 11 is a game nearly 30 years in the making >>
* NASA’s InSight spacecraft detects its first possible ‘marsquake’ on the Red Planet >>

* Alphabet’s Wing drones get FAA approval to make deliveries in the US >>
* A peek inside the Huawei P30 Pro’s periscope lens shows off its clever zoom >>
* Chinese smartphone makers gain an edge in foldable handsets as delays beset Samsung’s Galaxy Fold >>

* How China’s scavenger satellites are being used to develop AI weapons, drones and robots >>
* DevOps Teams Are Stressed and Dissatisfied With Their Processes >>
* Top 5 Courses to Learn Spring Cloud for Java Programmers in 2019 >>

* Serverless AppSync Plugin: Top 10 New Features >>
* AWS Lambda Best Practices >>
* Developer Challenges of Serverless and AWS Lambda >>

* The robot-recruiter is coming — VCV’s AI will read your face in a job interview >>
* Teenager sues Apple for $1bn, claiming facial recognition led to false arrest >>
* Locus Robotics raises $26 million for warehouse automation >>

* BRI explainer: What is the Belt and Road >>
* China’s belt and road may accelerate exit of manufacturing to Vietnam and India, researchers warn >>
* Facial Recognition Creeps Up on a JetBlue Passenger >>

* Google I/O: Smart home announcements we expect from the conference >>
* I Sell Onions on the Internet >>
* Relearning Matrices as Linear Functions >>

* Google built a tiny Street View car to map out one of the world’s largest model cities >>
* Robot redundancy: four future scenarios for jobs >>

* Watch NASA release a swarm of 100 tiny cicada drones >>
* Former Google car project Waymo to build self-driving cars at Detroit factory >>

* Tesla Will Allow Aggressive Autopilot Mode With ‘Slight Chance of a Fender Bender’ >>
* Microsoft Paint has been given another reprieve >>
* Designing water infrastructure for climate uncertainty >>

* China is reportedly using US satellite technologies to bolster its surveillance capabilities >>
* Avoiding Disruption Requires Rapid Decision Making >>
* The Morning After: The Galaxy Fold verdict >>

* The Robots Want to Steal (the Boring Parts of) Your Job >>
* Six ways your Google Assistant can help you spruce up for spring >>

* Sony’s 98-inch 8K TV will cost a staggering $70,000 >>
* Oracle turns to innovation hubs to drive cultural and business shift to cloud >>
* MIT scientists ‘work out’ synthetic hydrogels to make them stronger >>

* Intel’s 9th-gen laptop CPUs also reach up to 5GHz >>
* Google Walkout leaders accuse company of retaliation culture >>

* Finding a place to charge your EV is easy with Google Maps >>
* Digging into key takeaways from our 2019 Robotics + AI Sessions event >>

* ‘Computer, Enhance’: Inside Samsung’s Smart New 8K TV >>
* Game of Thrones Recap: That’s What Death Is >>
* The single most important skill for successful business leaders >>

* Is there an optimal time of day to exercise? >>
* Tips for EE Students on Getting Skills They Need for the Workplace >>

* Optimizing the engineering life cycle requires digital transformation >>
* Algorithms and Autonomous Discovery >>
* NASA’s Webb Space Telescope Will Capture a Galactic ‘Jellyfish’ >>

* Tesla’s full self-driving computer is now in all new cars and a next-gen chip is already ‘halfway done’ >>
* Tesla Investor Autonomy Day Live Neural Net Vision System and Fleet Data >>
* Tesla Autonomy Investor Day Live and the Full Self Driving Computer >>
* Elon Musk calls self-driving laser sensors ‘lame’ >>

* A SpaceX Crew Dragon Safety Test Went Very Wrong. Here’s Why That Matters >>
* SpaceX Crew Dragon Accident May Impact NASA Plans to Launch Astronauts from US Soil >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 April 2019

* Samsung confirms Galaxy Fold delay, shares ‘initial findings’ on faulty units >>
* Apple’s cloud business is hugely dependent on Amazon >>
* Here’s how to watch Tesla’s self-driving event today >>

* Amazon is now making its delivery drivers take selfies >>
* Oxford philosopher’s newest hypothesis predicts the rise of super villains >>

* Satellites are checking if boats in remote places are fishing legally >>
* China’s new gaming rules to ban poker, blood and imperial schemes >>
* Diving into the broken Samsung Galaxy Fold phone fiasco >>

* These street signs explain how you’re being watched by smart city tech >>
* ‘Avengers: Endgame’ event is coming to ‘Fortnite’ this week >>
* Paris Firefighters Used This Remote-Controlled Robot to Extinguish the Notre Dame Blaze >>

* What Happens To Traffic When You Tear Down A Highway? >>
* Find Your Next Tech Job in One of These Boom Towns >>
* We need a reskilling revolution to succeed in the era of Globalisation 4.0 >>

* Internet time and doomsday asteroids: this week in tech, 20 years ago >>
* New trailers: Hobbs & Shaw, Big Little Lies, When They See Us, and more >>
* Untold History of AI: How Amazon’s Mechanical Turkers Got Squeezed Inside the Machine >>

* Preparing for and managing through a downturn >>
* Boston Dynamics showcases new uses for SpotMini ahead of commercial production >>
* AI is Helping Old Video Games Look Like New >>

* Google Lens may add translation and restaurant ‘filters’ >>
* A hotspot finder app exposed 2 million Wi-Fi network passwords >>
* Facebook makes its first browser API contribution >>

* a16z Podcast: Inside Apple Software Design >>
* Towards a Decentralized Storage Network for the Blockchain Computer >>
* Five Open Problems for the Blockchain Computer >>

* Particle learning system could help robots make sushi >>
* Scientists Create ‘Living’ Machines That Eat, Grow, and Evolve >>
* Mystery of Business Casual >>

* Windows Start Menu Will Soon Run in Its Own Process >>
* Rapid Growth of Digital Business in Africa >>
* Apple Spends $30+ Million on Amazon’s Cloud Every Month, Making It One of Biggest AWS Customers >>

* Samsung has postponed Galaxy Fold launch events in China >>
* SpaceX Crew Dragon Test ‘Anomaly’ May Delay Future Flights >>
* SpaceX’s new passenger spacecraft suffers failure during engine test >>

* Black hole breakthrough: a lot done, much more to do >>
* TED 2019: The start-ups launching in space >>
* Bees living on Notre-Dame cathedral roof survive blaze >>

* Can-a-pill-really-help-you-live-longer >>
* Mars 2020 Rover Assembled and Tested Ahead of Launch Next Year >>
* Iger: Star Wars Movies Will Go on ‘Hiatus’ After Episode IX >>

* Cold Plasma Kills 99.9% of Airborne Viruses >>
* ‘Incognito Mode’ Isn’t Really Private. Try Browser Compartmentalization >>

* Crispr Thwarts Fatal Lung Disease In Fetal Mice >>
* Majority of top mental health apps share user data with third-parties >>
* Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order release date, first trailer and gameplay details revealed >>

* Huawei’s first quarter revenue increases 39 per cent as it reveals big jump in global smartphone shipments >>
* Victor Rentea – Unit Testing like a Pro: The Circle of Purity >>
* Devoxx videos >>

* China’s flexible belt and road approach leads to ambiguity >>
* Agricultural drones great helpers for Xinjiang’s fruit farmers >>
* China’s road freight volume grows in Q1 >>

* China builds landmark projects along the Belt and Road >>
* 6 Freeway Removals That Changed Their Cities Forever >>
* Why I’ve Never Mixed Weed With Virtual Reality >>

* Being healthy’s one thing but should you hand over personal data for cheaper life insurance? >>
* Netflix’s New Comedy Lunatics Is Dizzying, Tone-Deaf >>
* Elon Musk’s Boring Company Inches Closer to Making Hyperloop a Reality >>

* It’s official: Blue Origin will bring rocket engine tests back to Huntsville >>
* Designing the First Full-Time Human Habitat on the Moon >>
* Huge dinosaur may have stood on its toes with fleshy pads for balance >>

* More Than 23 Million People Use the Password ‘123456’ >>
* Sri Lanka blocks social media sites after deadly explosions >>
* Historic ‘Summit’ with Creators of Python, Java, TypeScript, and Perl >>

* How much are we sacrificing for automation? >>
* AI Could Predict Death. But What If the Algorithm Is Biased? >>
* Hackers Can Tell What Netflix Bandersnatch Choices You Make >>

* How to Kickstart Security and Compliance for Your AWS, Azure, and GCP >>
* DBAs – Is Your Company’s Personal and Sensitive Data Safe? >>
* Tom’s Tech Notes: IoT Fails [Podcast] >>

* Gig Economy’s Unhappy Middle Class >>
* A beginner’s guide to Docker — how to create a client/server side with Docker-Compose >>
* APOD Falcon Heavy Launch Close Up >>

* MIT Developing Ionic Wind Thrusters as Efficient Alternative to Jet Engines >>
* Update on Microwave Beam-Heated Propulsion >>
* Ultrahigh Acceleration Neutral Particle Beam Driven Sails >>
* Turbo Rocket – A Single-Stage to Orbit Air-Breathing Rocket #SpaceAccess2019 >>
* Breakthrough Starshot Update #SpaceAccess2019 >>
* Antimatter Catalyzed Fusion Propulsion Update >>
* What is the Multi-generational Effect of Partial Gravity ? >>
* Thrust Vectoring of an Electric Solar Wind Sail >>
* New Hypergolic Rocket Engines for Lunar Landers and Other Applications #SpaceAccess2019 >>

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* Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs is developing visual cues to indicate when their tech is monitoring you >>
* Facebook AI turns real people into controllable game characters >>
* Futurecraft Loop, wellness waters and more >>

* Adidas unveils running shoes that never have to be thrown away >>
* A Lab-Grown Brain Twitched an Isolated Muscle. Here’s Why That’s Amazing >>
* Amazon Gives Up on Chinese Domestic Shopping Business >>

* Spacemen on the way to Mars will have to wear swimming goggles to save their sight say NASA expert >>
* Researchers suggest 100 percent renewable energy isn’t very green >>
* Ready for 6G? How AI will shape the network of the future >>

* Zero-gravity robot cleaner could automatically sterilise the ISS >>
* Netflix says it’s testing a shuffle feature for when you don’t know what to watch >>
* Pop-Up Uses AI to Make Perfect KitKat and Sake Pairings >>

* Software 2.0 and Snorkel >>
* Decoding the human genome with deep learning >>
* Data fueling AI of the future >>
* Computational propaganda >>

* Automation of AI: Accelerating the AI revolution >>
* Making real-world distributed deep learning easy with Nauta >>
* Applied machine learning at Facebook >>

* Who’s Really Buying Property in San Francisco? >>
* The Helmet That ‘Resets’ Your Brain >>
* Where Should We Draw the Line Between Rejecting and Embracing Black Box AI? >>

* We Need A Space Resource Institute >>
* Alexa, Play Some Free Songs For Me >>
* Next-generation satellites can spot sources of greenhouse gases anywhere on Earth >>

* Private Space Industry Is Breaking Out of Earth’s Orbit >>
* Artificial intelligence speeds efforts to develop clean, virtually limitless fusion energy >>
* AI and Robotics Are Transforming Disaster Relief >>

* Brain Restoration System Explores Hazy Territory Between Being Dead Or Alive >>
* Amazon and Google FINALLY end their years-long feud as firms reveal YouTube will be available on Fire Stick for the first time since 2017 >>
* Google Maps street view images can be used to detect signs of social, economic, environmental and health inequality in major UK cities >>

* El Al Airline Warns of Measles After Flight Attendant Falls Into Coma >>
* Using AI to Make Knowledge Workers More Effective >>
* Uber’s self-driving car unit raises $1B from Toyota, Denso and Vision Fund ahead of spin-out >>

* Co-Orbital Transportation Infrastructure >>
* Google will block embedded browser log-ins to fight phishing >>
* A public database exposed medical records of 150,000 rehab patients >>

* Connection: Notes from Session 10 of TED2019 >>
* In Case You Missed It: Highlights from day 4 of TED2019 >>
* Play: Notes from Session 9 of TED2019 >>
* Anyone can be an underwater explorer: Trident underwater drone at TED2019 >>

* Without More Government Support for R&D, Solar Power’s Future Looks Cloudy >>
* The true cost of customer response >>
* SpaceX Falcon Heavy Center Core Booster in Pieces >>

* Precision Engineering of Solar Farms >>
* Parts of SpaceX Orbital Starship Prototype >>
* Next Gen Tiltrotor Much Faster than Helicopters and Will Fly Unmanned >>

* Falcon Heavy or New Glenn for New Moon Plans >>
* What Will the James Webb Space Telescope See? A Whole Bunch of Dust, That’s What >>
* Indian Anti-Satellite Test Proves Early Test for Space Fence >>

* China to Launch Ambitious Asteroid-Comet Mission in 2022 >>
* A House-Size Asteroid Zipped by Earth Today >>
* ‘Speed’ Docuseries Shows What Light-Powered Cubesat Might Look Like in Space (Video) >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 April 2019

* New trend report: The Anxiety Economy >>
* Samsung Galaxy Fold review units are already broken >>
* AI that spots inequality could monitor living conditions in cities >>
* Boston Dynamics debuts the production version of SpotMini >>

* Pig experiment challenges assumptions around brain damage in people >>
* Scientists build a machine to see all possible futures >>
* Google’s Photobooth brings automated selfie-shooting to the Pixel 3 >>

* Highlights from the O’Reilly Artificial Intelligence Conference in New York 2019 >>
* AI and the robotics revolution >>
* Automated ML: A journey from CRISPR.ML to Azure ML >>
* Checking in on AI tools >>
* Toward ethical AI: Inclusivity as a messy, difficult, but promising answer >>

* ‘Child’s Play’ trailer gives a smart home makeover, giving Chucky control over connected devices >>
* Amazon’s ‘The Boys’ has Karl Urban fighting superheroes gone bad >>
* Game of Thrones Breaks Viewership Records >>
* Duolingo’s Course Learn High Valyrian From ‘Game of Thrones’ >>

* Crispr Gene Editing Is Coming for the Womb >>
* Facebook is working on a voice AI rival to Siri and Alexa >>
* First Japan-Built Airliner In 50 Years Takes On Boeing and Airbus >>

* Scientists create programmable circuits in HUMAN CELLS, in gene-editing breakthrough they claim could lead to powerful ‘biocomputers’ >>
* Scientists created a CRISPR tool that can wipe out longer pieces of DNA >>
* Offshore Wind Farms Are Spinning Up in the US—At Last >>
* IBM Halting Sales of Watson AI Tool For Drug Discovery Amid Sluggish Growth >>

* Big Data Has Transformed Agriculture–In Some Places, Anyway >>
* A virus we thought was harmless to humans may worsen cystic fibrosis >>
* Google is taking on Amazon with ‘Google Express’—is it worth shopping there? >>

* Cloud Atlas: Huawei’s homegrown AI hardware hits shelves >>
* CloudBees acquires Electric Cloud to build out its software delivery management platform >>

* AI: Two-way Recommendation Systems #TCRobotics >>
* What It Was Like to Fly the ‘Roc’ — Stratolaunch’s Massive Rocket-Carrier Airplane >>
* Can’t We All Just Get Along? With Robots #TCRobotics >>

* Trexo Robotics Building Robots to Help People Walk >>
* What happens after the Industrial Robot-lution? #TCRobotics >>
* Wireless Industry’s Newest Gambit: Terahertz Communication Bands >>

* A Rocket Launch to the Space Station Today Could Be Visible Along US East Coast! >>
* Air-Breathing Rocket Engine Gets Green Light for Major Tests >>
* Asteroid Hunting Mission Releases 5th Year of Data >>

* Gene Therapy Restores Immunity for ‘Bubble Boys’ >>
* Is the IT Revolution Over? An Asset Pricing View >>

* Want to speak at TED2020? Enter our worldwide Idea Search >>
* In Case You Missed It: Highlights from day 3 of TED2019 >>
* Mindshift: Notes from Session 5 of TED2019 >>
* Jonny Sun: Making the internet a bit less lonely >>
* Life in the Tech Playground at TED2019 >>
* Vulcan Holodome at TED2019: An immersive 360-degree world… without a headset? >>

* China Finds Phone-Wielding Tourists and Telescopes Don’t Mesh >>
* How the Boeing 737 Max Disaster Looks to a Software Developer >>
* Better Ultrasound Imaging and Sonar Through Samarium >>

* U.S. Congress Finally Gets Some Good Ideas About IoT Security >>
* Prehistoric URINE reveals Neolithic people made the switch from hunting to herding 10,000 years ago >>
* How robots helped the French save Notre Dame Cathedral >>

* Here’s How Scientists Turned the World Into a Telescope (to See a Black Hole) >>
* Manual Command Likely Caused Israeli Moon Lander’s Crash >>
* NASA Astronaut Christina Koch Will Spend Nearly a Year in Space >>

* Becoming Warren Buffett >>
* Stopping an Earth-Bound Asteroid in its Tracks (Op-Ed) >>
* Deep Fakes With Synthetic Media #TCRobotics >>

* Elon Musk Interviewed on AI and Self-driving Cars >>
* First US Hypersonic Interceptor Defense Test Scheduled for 2020 >>
* Ray Kurzweil — Biotechnology and AI >>

* Amazon’s one-two punch: How traditional retailers can fight back >>
* Breeze Automation is building soft robots for the Navy and NASA >>
* Industrial robotics giant Fanuc is using AI to make automation even more automated >>

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