Archive for April 8, 2019

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 April 2019

* A ‘Self-Driving’ Spacecraft May Help Save Earth from Asteroid Collisions >>
* No smoking, no tattoos, no bikinis: Inside China’s war to ‘clean up’ the internet >>
* Game of Thrones is no longer a game of thrones >>

* Flying taxi developed by Chinese and Austrian companies takes off in Vienna >>
* Europe to pilot AI ethics rules, calls for participants >>
* Cybercourts ease judicial workloads, provide better rulings >>

* There’s an organization devoted to fighting for robot rights >>
* Huawei is ‘open’ to selling its 5G modems, but only to Apple >>
* Can Robots Build a Moon Base for Astronauts? Japan Hopes to Find Out. >>

* IBM’s New AI Does Something Amazing: It Learns From “Memories” >>
* AI systems should be accountable, explainable, and unbiased, says EU >>
* Scientists find new therapy target for drug-induced liver failure >>

* Forever young: study uncovers protein that keeps skin youthful >>
* First ever picture of a black hole may be revealed this week >>
* 3D facial analysis could help identify children with rare conditions >>

* Amazon woes and wins, IBM thinks it’s solved employee happiness and Duplex phony phone calls everywhere! >>
* RightHand Robotics debuts a new pick and place system >>
* How advanced is your organization’s data strategy? >>

* Complete Cloud Computing Guide for Beginners >>
* AI and IoT, Part 1: Challenges of Applying Artificial Intelligence in IoT Using Deep Learning >>
* AI and IoT, Part 2: Deep Learning and Bayesian Modeling, Building the Automation of the Future >>
* Consistency Through Compensation in Microservices >>

* DevOps Chat: Chef Goes All-In on Open Source >>
* Modern Workers Demand Modern Technology >>
* DevOps: Assessing Behavior Flows Through an Organization >>

* Comparing AWS Lambda and Nuclio >>
* Your Future and Serverless Stream Processing >>
* A Crash Course on Serverless With AWS: Centralized Logging With Kinesis and Lambda >>

* Docker Swarm, Kubernetes’s clever little brother >>
* Ecobee’s first home security camera might include Alexa >>
* 3D Printed Implants and Stem Cells Helped Paralyzed Rats Walk Again >>

* a16z Podcast: Fintech for Startups and Incumbents >>
* Sony Patents Prescription Glasses With Eye-Tracking To Use With VR Headset >>
* Open Source Is Winning, and Now It’s Time for People to Win Too >>

* A new study of MLB pitch calls makes a strong case for robotic umpires >>
* The AI alignment problem as a consequence of the recursive nature of plans >>
* How Important Is It To Send A ‘Thank You’ After A Job Interview? >>

* UK sets out safety-focused plan to regulate Internet firms >>
* The cloud demystified: How it works and why it matters >>
* Internet RFC Series Turn 50 >>

* Futurist Predicts AI Will Take Jobs, Benefiting the Rich But Not Workers >>
* The Golden Age Of Youtube Is Over >>
* Deliveroo engineering manager reveals tech behind order tracker >>

* Can Facebook Ever Be Fixed? >>
* Britain plans new regulator to help police social media >>
* $3,000 to Rent a Movie? Bringing the Theater Home for the 1 Percent >>

* World Changing Ideas 2019: 17 winning solutions that could save the planet >>
* AZURE Vapor Tracers over Norway >>
* F-35 “Killed All the Targets”: Why the Marines Think This Fighter Is a “Velociraptor” >>

* SpaceX Starlink satellite veterans join Amazon’s competing Project Kuiper team >>
* Spying on cells’ eating habits could aid cancer diagnosis >>
* London is cleaning up its dirty air, but will other cities follow? >>

* Automakers Want Cars That Won’t Start If You’re Drunk >>
* Tesla may outfit Model S and X with longer-range motors >>
* Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and Amazon Are Quietly Buying Undersea Cables >>

* Can we build robots to beat loneliness and be our friends? >>
* Illuminated zebra crossing helps improve traffic safety in eastern Chinese city >>

* Visual Studio 2019 Launch Event >>
* Amazon blimp launching drones for delivery >>

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