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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 April 2019

* Pig brains have been partly revived after death – what does this mean? >>
* Gun that launches cord to wrap around assailant used for first time >>
* First-Of-Its-Kind Device Creates Electricity From Falling Snow >>

* T-Mobile and Comcast will label authentic calls to fight spam >>
* Mapping the world in 3D will let us paint streets with augmented reality >>
* We’ve found the first type of molecule to form after the big bang >>

* Lime’s electric scooters will be able to tell when you’re too drunk to ride >>
* Crispr Gene Editing Is Coming for the Womb >>
* Google Assistant can now ‘gently’ wake you up with Philips Hue lights >>

* Great White Sharks Are Terrified of Killer Whales, Study Finds >>
* Google’s AI Experts Try to Automate Themselves >>
* Part-revived Pig Brains Raise Slew of Ethical Quandaries >>

* Five Lessons Learned from Large scale Implementation of Kubernetes in the Enterprise >>
* Samsung’s Galaxy Fold is breaking before it’s even out >>

* In-flight Maps Entertainment Systems, Are About To Get a Big Upgrade — and Some Ads >>
* How Departing Leaders Can Pass Along Their Wisdom to Employees >>
* Giving robots a better feel for object manipulation >>

* Creating the Data Economy >>
* Boeing 737 Crashes May Make It Harder for Air Taxis to Take Off >>
* Apple seeks ‘revolutionary’ sensors for its self-driving car project >>

* Human gene editing comes to America: Two US cancer patients treated with controversial CRISPR technology >>
* Where AI in medicine falls short >>
* NASA’s newest planet hunter finds first Earth-sized alien world >>

* Alsid raises $14.7 million to secure your Active Directory installation https://techcrunch.com/2019/04/17/alsid-raises-14-7-million-to-secure-your-active-directory-installation/ >>
* Aidoc, the AI solution for medical imaging analysis, raises $27M Series B https://techcrunch.com/2019/04/17/aidoc-b/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Techcrunch+%28TechCrunch%29 >>
* Apple and Qualcomm End Their Legal Beef and Drop Lawsuits https://www.wired.com/story/apple-qualcomm-end-legal-beef-drop-lawsuits/ >>

* A new state-backed hacker group is hijacking government domains at a phenomenal pace >>
* 5 times when cloud repatriation makes sense >>
* Amazon launches a certification program for Alexa skill developers >>

* In Case You Missed It: Highlights from day 2 of TED2019 >>
* Power: Notes from Session 2 of TED2019 >>
* Intelligence: Notes from Session 3 of TED2019 >>
* Short talks, big ideas: The talks of TED Unplugged at TED2019 >>
* Audacity: 8 big, bold ideas for global change unveiled in Session 4 of TED2019 >>
* How Twitter shapes global public conversation: Jack Dorsey speaks at TED2019 >>

* The Buddy System: Human-Computer Teams >>
* MIT researchers discovered a way to move objects as heavy as a great white shark with your bare hands. Take a look >>
* Wound-closing system stretches skin over major injuries >>

* SpaceX Falcon Heavy Core Might Still Be Reusable >>
* SpaceX $500 Million Fundraising and First 75 Starlink Satellites >>
* Organs on a Chip Experiments Will Investigate the High Rate of Infections in Astronauts >>

* NASA Launching Astrobee Robots to Space Station >>
* Home Robot Control for People With Disabilities >>
* Ground Based Optical Interferometry Directly Images Exoplanet and Sees Its Atmosphere >>

* D-Wave Quantum Annealing Computer Has Over 150 Customer Applications >>
* China and Malaysia Agree on Cheaper and Shorter Rail Plan >>
* Aerojet Rocketdyne Makes Progress on Next Generation Engine Using 3-D Printed Parts >>

* Weekly Space Hangout: Apr 17, 2019 – Dr. Dorothy Oehler Talks “No Methane on Mars?” >>
* Tiny Robots, Wearable Tech and More Weird Science Will Launch to Space Station Wednesday >>
* SpaceX’s Starlink Constellation Construction Begins. 2,200 Satellites Will go up Over the Next 5 years >>

* Pepsi Drops Plans to Use Orbital Billboard >>
* Your guide to Amazon re:MARS: Jeff Bezos, Andrew Ng, Robert Downey Jr. and more… >>
* Amazon re:MARS >>

* Exclusive: What to Expect From Sony’s Next-Gen PlayStation >>
* Google Cloud Code gives Kubernetes development a boost >>
* Mozilla brings Python data science to the browser >>

* Device Tests Thousands Of Stem Cells Super Fast >>
* Watch Now: Einstein’s Scientific Revolution and the Limits of Quantum Theory >>
* T-Mobile, Comcast turn on call verification between networks in latest robocall fight >>

* TED 2019: The $50 lab burger transforming food >>
* AI performs as well as experienced radiologists in detecting prostate cancer >>
* Jeff Bezos-backed biotech startup inked $84 billion deal to make drugs for a troubling and increasingly common disease >>

* Intel buys into an AI chip that can transfer data 1,000 times faster >>
* The Smart Gun Doesn’t Exist for the Dumbest Reasons >>
* Amazon’s Slow Retreat From Seattle >>

* Andrew Yang Is The Candidate For The End Of The World >>
* Genesis made a miniature mint green electric car for the urban future >>
* India will soon overtake China to become the most populous country in the world >>

* US and China in ideological battle for the future, defence official says >>
* European Union must ‘play offence’ to offset China’s rising influence in Africa, Asia, insiders say >>
* China builds landmark projects along the Belt and Road >>

* China’s Beidou navigation system helps shepherds herd sheep >>
* Elusive molecule, first in Universe, detected in space >>
* Tom’s Tech Notes: What You Need to Know About Automated Testing [Podcast] >>

* I can serverless, and you can too! >>
* An introduction to the basic principles of Functional Programming >>
* Working Out Is Powerful Brain Training >>

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