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* Sixty Starlink Satellites in One Falcon 9 – Thirteen Launches for Commercial Service >>
* Watch Jeff Bezos’ big pitch for establishing a human presence in space >>
* Coolest thing I saw at Google I/O is a tiny chip that could eliminate smart home lag >>

* Facebook says it needs more regulation, not a breakup >>
* Zuckerberg says breaking up Facebook “isn’t going to help” >>
* US-China AI race to develop killer robots risks catastrophe, warn peace campaigners >>

* Why Your Inner Circle Should Stay Small, and How to Shrink It >>
* Near Earth Asteroid Detection >>

* AI develops human-like number sense – taking us a step closer to building machines with general intelligence >>
* Knee Injections Could Hold the Key to Fighting Aging >>
* This robotic hand mimics humans >>

* Germany tests its first ‘electric highway’ for trucks >>
* Gene-modified viruses rescue patient from drug-resistant ‘superbug’ >>
* India’s most popular services are becoming super apps >>

* Friend portability is the must-have Facebook regulation >>
* Tom’s Tech Notes: The State of IoT >>

* Tech Events Aren’t Fun Anymore; I/O brought some updates but no “gee whiz” moments >>
* How to Build OpenAI’s GPT-2: “The AI That’s Too Dangerous to Release” >>
* The Empty Promise of Data Moats >>

* Predicting Stack Overflow Tags with Google’s Cloud AI >>
* Game of Thrones season 8, episode 5: How to watch and how to stream HBO without cable >>
* Microsoft Moves Windows 10 Closer To A Future Without Passwords >>

* Inserting Security into DevOps Pipelines the Fast Way >>
* DevOps Tools: DevSecOps Tools Worth Knowing >>
* CI/CD for Kubernetes With Jenkins and Spinnaker (Part 2) >>

* For a growing number of Chinese students, the doors to America are closing >>
* Google’s Digital Wellbeing software might be slowing down Pixel phones >>
* Netflix buys rights to another show from Alibaba’s Youku in bid to reach Chinese diaspora >>

* New trailers: Watchmen, Spider-Man: Far From Home, It: Chapter 2, and more >>
* Elon Musk shows off SpaceX’s 60 internet-beaming satellites packed together for launch >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 May 2019

* Blue Origin unveils its lunar lander, Blue Moon >>
* CIA ‘Ninja bomb’ replaces explosives with six long blades >>
* Japan Unveils New World’s Fastest Bullet Train That Travels Up to 249 MPH >>

* How to tell whether machine-learning systems are robust enough for the real world >>
* Business in the Age of Mass Extinction >>

* Uber’s first day as a public company didn’t go so well >>
* Facebook’s AI Algorithms Accused of Generating Terror Content >>
* This Drone Is a Flying Tray for Your Smart Home >>

* Breakthrough discovery could lead to 100 percent recyclable plastics >>
* Scientists in Romania have built the world’s most powerful laser with an output of over 10 petawatts. >>
* Apollo Fusion Obtains Hall Thruster Technology from JPL >>

* A remote-controlled ship carrying British oysters to Belgium becomes the first cargo vessel in the world to traverse the seas without a crew >>
* Jeff Bezos announces plans for delivery service to the moon by 2024 >>
* My liver, your kidney: the world’s first non-identical organ swap >>

* Not just balloons. Helium shortage may deflate MRIs, airbags and research >>
* This flying dinosaur had wings like a bat >>
* 5 Breakthroughs Coming Soon in Augmented and Virtual Reality >>

* Jeff Bezos Is a Post-Earth Capitalist >>
* Emilia Clarke Responds to ‘Game of Thrones’ Rogue Coffee Cup Dilemma >>
* Elon Musk will go to court over ‘pedo guy’ comments >>

* Count ‘em up: 100 things we announced at I/O ‘19 >>
* Global trade tensions a setback on sustainable development: UN chief >>
* U.S.-China Trade Standoff May Be Initial Skirmish in Broader Economic War >>

* Boeing shows off its Starliner’s latest parachute test >>
* Co-founder of Facebook now wants it broken up >>
* AI Avatars Could Be the Next Generation’s Favorite Entertainers >>

* A multiplayer ‘Predator’ game is coming to PS4 next year >>
* Want a competitive edge in the job market? Master big data. >>
* Here’s the Winner of NASA’s 3D-Printed Mars Habitat Challenge >>

* NASA Will Aim a DART at Target Asteroid in Upcoming Deflection Test >>
* Virgin Galactic Moving Test Flights to New Mexico to Prep for Commercial Operations >>
* NASA Says SpaceX and Boeing Crew Capsules Have Parachute Problems >>

* Supercomputer has been Designed to run the World’s Largest Radio Telescope >>
* Cats Rival Dogs In Many Tests of ‘Social Intelligence’ >>
* Celebrity holograms sketch me out, but are they the future? >>

* If You Build It, They Will I/O >>
* MIT, Blue Origin to cooperate on sending research experiment to the moon >>
* No Jeff, We Don’t Need to Go to Space to Save Humanity >>

* Prototype of a Future Interstellar Probe was Just Tested on a Balloon >>
* Painting a fuller picture of how antibiotics act >>
* Black Hole Picture Could Be So Much Better If You Add Space Telescopes >>

* SpaceX Orbital Prototype Starship Pieces Coming Together >>
* AI Taking Over Aerial Combat So Pilots Move Up to Command Drone Air Wing >>
* Intel Will Ship Chip With 7 Nanometer Technology in 2021 and Triple AI Speed 10 nm Chip in 2019 >>

* Cost of 2024 Moon Landing Is Still a Mystery >>
* AI has automated everything including this headline curly bracket semicolon >>
* Blue Moon: Here’s How Blue Origin’s New Lunar Lander Works >>

* “Dancing with a machine:” Bill T. Jones on AI and art >>
* 7 Ways to Set Up a New Hire for Success >>
* Drones used missiles with knife warhead to take out single terrorist targets >>

* Cisco open sources MindMeld conversational AI platform >>
* Capability frameworks: Key to a digitally capable workforce >>
* Ever quietly trained facial recognition AI using its photo storage app >>

* How Asking Multiple People for Advice Can Backfire >>
* Flip Disc Display, Misinformation, Surveillance, and TCP/IP over Logs >>
* Google Nest could rule the smart home, if it can get privacy right >>

* Inside China’s Massive Surveillance Operation >>
* Inside Mount Sinai’s Hospital-at-Home Program >>
* Learn how to get certified in Microsoft Azure for just $29 >>

* The Future According to Uber >>
* Secrets From the Most Sustainable Restaurant in the World >>
* Ultra-Low-Precision Training of Deep Neural Networks >>

* Voice Recognition Still Has Significant Race and Gender Biases >>
* AWS remains in firm control of the cloud infrastructure market >>
* Amazon Flunks Children’s Privacy, Advocacy Groups Charge >>

* Flaws in a popular GPS tracker leak real-time locations and can remotely activate its microphone >>
* Sonos will finally launch Google Assistant on some speakers next week >>
* Learn AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, and more >>

* Experimental Device Generates Electricity From the Coldness of Space >>
* 11 innovations that increase digital inclusion for people with disabilities >>
* 2,624-year-old tree scientists say climate change could kill the ancient plant >>

* A.I. ‘quizbot’ Beats Flashcard Apps For Learning >>
* A revolutionary pocket-sized gadget which enables blind people to read emails on their iPhone will go on sale by the end of the year >>
* Artificial sponges could pull uranium from seawater for nuclear power >>

* China’s One Belt, One Road Plan Carries Environmental Risks >>
* Every country worldwide is now using the most effective polio vaccine >>
* The universe is 2.5 billion times less magnetic than a fridge magnet >>

* Nike unveils new solution to help consumers find perfect shoe size >>
* A 525-Foot Asteroid Just Shot Past Earth At More Than 36,000 MPH >>
* Artificial sponges could pull uranium from seawater for nuclear power >>

* Brain over body: Hacking the stress system to let your psychology influence your physiology >>
* Programming Languages For AI >>
* The journey to an agile organization >>

* BioViva — First Gene Therapy To Treat Biological Aging — Patient Zero — Liz Parrish >>
* Humanoid robot delicately ‘walks a tightrope’ of tiny blocks >>
* AWS DeepRacer League virtual circuit is underway—win a trip to re:Invent 2019! >>

* How DARPA’s Experimental R3D2 Satellite Was Built Super Fast >>
* Beanie Babies, the Invention of CubeSat and Student-designed and Built Satellites >>
* digest | Robot Spider: weaves building materials of the future >>

* A Bet on Uber Is a Bet on Self-Driving >>
* Robots are coming to a hospital near you >>
* digest | Robot Spider: weaves building materials of the future >>

* Mapping out Amazon’s invisible server empire >>
* Uber Goes Public: Everything You Need To Know About The Biggest Tech Ipo In Years >>
* Lazada extends e-commerce edge in Southeast Asia >>

* Erection of China’s first road-rail suspension bridge’s main cable finished >>
* Why Agile Fails: The PA-SA-WAKA-DA Theory >>
* CI/CD for Kubernetes With Jenkins and Spinnaker (Part 2) >>

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