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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 May 2019

* First Billion-atom Biomolecular Simulation >>
* Google brings release channels and Windows Container support to its Kubernetes Engine >>
* MIT Robot Breaks Rubik’s Cube World Record, Solving It in 0.38 Seconds >>

* Adobe brings its Premiere Rush video editing app to Android >>
* Does Your Company Really Need a Chatbot? >>
* Praqma puts Atlassian’s Data Center products into containers >>

* USPS is experimenting with self-driving mail trucks >>
* This clever transforming robot flies and rolls on its rotating arms >>
* Chimps that mash potatoes challenge our understanding of tool use >>

* Sony says the PlayStation 5 will be ‘immersive’ and ‘seamless’ >>
* Sony just laid out everything there is to know about the PS5 >>
* Seven questions we still have about Huawei’s US blacklisting >>

* A.I. Took a Test to Detect Lung Cancer. It Got an A >>
* A “biomultimeter” lets scientists measure RNA and protein production in real-time >>
* 3D-Printed Guns Are Back, and This Time They Are Unstoppable >>

* Can a Test Tell You Which Pills to Pop With Just a Prick? >>
* Becoming a machine learning company means investing in foundational technologies >>
* Behind Magenta, the tech that rocked I/O >>

* Microsoft Wants To Apply AI ‘To the Entire Application Developer Lifecycle’ >>
* Microsoft makes a push for service mesh interoperability >>
* Microsoft releases first Chromium-based Edge preview for MacOS >>
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* Google launches new $999 Glass for businesses that’s faster, runs longer and is ‘more helpful’ than before >>
* Hour-long ‘life-changing’ operation that brings paralysed limbs back to life could banish the pain of nerve damage >>

* If the Key to Business Success Is Focus, Why Does Amazon Work? >>
* The Underground Network of Microbes That Connects Trees Mapped For First Time >>

* Bill Gates: Looking for a summer read? Try one of these 5 books >>
* Everything you wanted to know about blood >>
* How to handle a national crisis >>
* Is there a crisis in capitalism? >>

* Deep Field: Nebulae of Sagittarius >>
* A first glimpse at the TEDSummit 2019 speaker lineup >>
* Aaptiv, the workout app, launches a new AI-based personal trainer called Coach >>

* Bosch to Sell Low-Cost Sensors for Flying Cars >>
* Atom Power Is Launching the Era of Digital Circuit Breakers >>
* AI Will Have Insatiable Demand For Accelerated Computing >>

* Could Blockchain Tech Launch Spacefaring Nations Into a Data-Sharing Frontier >>
* How Space Station and Moon Missions Will Prep Astronauts for Mars >>
* How to Make Moon Water: Add Solar Wind, Tiny Meteorites, and Then Heat >>

* Next-Gen Megascope for Astronomy Taking Shape on Chilean Mountaintop >>
* Pluto Has a Buried Ocean — And So Might Many Other Worlds >>
* SpaceX to Launch 60 ‘Starlink’ Internet Satellites Thursday >>

* Game of Thrones Recap: The Endings We Choose to Believe >>
* George RR Martin teases what’s next in wake of Game of Thrones finale >>

* AMC cancels sci-fi robot drama ‘Humans’ >>
* Amazon’s Alexa Fund invests in edtech startups, Zoobean and Unruly Studios >>

* Backed by LG, AmazeVR is hoping to resurrect virtual reality’s consumer dreams >>
* Bird strike may have triggered software issue in second 737 Max crash >>
* Use GPU-accelerated VideoProc to easily process 4K video, audio, and DVDs >>

* Commerce Dept. grants Huawei a 90-day license to help existing users >>
* U.S. Tech Suppliers, Including Google, Restrict Dealings With Huawei After Trump Order >>
* UN Chief Warns Nuclear Waste Could Be Leaking Into the Pacific >>

* Digital Ocean’s Kubernetes service is now generally available >>
* GM will deliver over-the-air updates to ‘most’ vehicles by 2023 >>
* Millennials and Gen Z Are Increasingly Pessimistic About Their Lives, Survey Finds >>

* Behold, firm evidence — at last — that ultra-processed food causes weight gain >>
* Optomechanics with Gallium Phosphide for Quantum Transduction >>
* PicoBrew’s new kits let you homebrew beer with your ingredients >>

* Linux Distros Without Systemd (2019) >>
* Stanford students’ robot dog does backflips for (relatively) cheap >>
* Talk key takeaways from KubeCon 2019 >>

* A Solution for Loneliness >>
* After Augmented Reality, The Virtual World Still Affects You >>
* Automatic Builds at Your Fingertips With GCP Cloud Build >>

* Introduction to Message Brokers (Part 2): ActiveMQ vs. Redis Pub/Sub >>
* Continuous Integration and Delivery to AWS Kubernetes >>
* How Networks Work: Part II >>

* Men, commit to mentor women >>
* Google’s Lung Cancer Detection AI Outperforms 6 Human Radiologists >>
* Generic Drugs May Not Be As Safe Or Effective As You Think >>

* Why decentralization matters >>
* Inserting Security into DevOps Pipelines the Fast Way >>
* The Legal Argument That Could Destroy Uber >>

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