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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 May 2019

* Sony built an IoT chip with a 60 mile range >>
* Smart Traffic Lights Know When Pedestrians Want to Cross the Street >>
* MacKenzie Bezos pledges to give away more than half her $37B fortune to charity and philanthropy >>

* SpaceX’s internet satellites could be a problem for astronomers >>
* SpaceX Starlink Satellite Simulations >>
* Watch: Lightning Bolt Strikes Russia’s Soyuz Rocket During Launch >>

* Google makes mobile-first indexing the default for all new domains >>
* Robot teaches itself to write in languages it’s NEVER SEEN before >>
* Artificial intelligence detects a new class of mutations behind autism >>

* Deep empathy: How AI can strengthen doctor-patient connections >>
* DJI launches a new onboard drone computer for enterprise users >>
* Health Care Benefits of Combining Wearables and AI >>

* Hollywood Is Quietly Using Ai To Help Decide Which Movies To Make >>
* ‘Pilots are losing their basic flying skills’: Concern after 737 Max crashes >>
* Space companies propose ways to fill low Earth orbit with commercial habitats >>

* Chinese start-up Neolix bets on robo-vans for deliveries >>
* a16z Podcast: Collectively Driving Change >>
* Cashless stores are the hot new thing. Now politicians are stepping in >>

* Watch Intel’s Computex 2019 keynote in 11 minutes! >>
* Watch everything from ASUS’ Computex 2019 press event in ten minutes! >>
* Food Delivery Apps Are Drowning China in Plastic >>

* The Huawei Sanction Might Just Pop the Tech Bubble >>
* 10 New Things I Learnt from fast.ai v3 >>

* SoundCloud buys artist distribution platform Repost Network >>
* How AI could tackle a problem shared by a billion people >>
* Apple finally updates the iPod touch with an A10 chip >>

* A digital ‘dress’ sold for $9,500 >>
* Tesla Has Over 10 Billion Miles of Self-driving Car Data to Zero for Ford >>
* Northeast China Made a Lot More Ozone-Destroying Gas >>

* AI and Supercomputing For Better Superconductors >>
* Two Female Monkeys Went to Space 60 Years Ago. >>
* Intel’s 10th-gen Core CPUs will let you game on ultraportables >>

* Giant Lasers Flash-Freeze and Crystallize Water to Reveal Superionic Structure >>
* Huawei accuses FedEx of diverting documents to the US >>
* Research Libraries, Disinformation Campaign, Unstructured Text Mining, and Building a PiDP-11 >>

* Algorithm Predicts Patient Survival In Intensive Care >>
* The enterprise service mesh ecosystem comes into focus >>
* Understanding the Space Economy >>

* Even dim candlelight before bed is bright enough to disrupt sleep >>
* Brain Scans Clarify Uncontrolled Emotion In Teenage Girls >>
* New Pacemaker Harvests Energy From The Heart >>

* Millennials ‘Make Farming Sexy’ in Africa, Where Tilling the Soil Once Meant Shame >>
* Scientists identify dozens of genes that could be key to our species’ evolution >>
* Will Flu’s ‘hidden Target’ Lead To A Universal Vaccine? >>

* Cancer cells are quick-change artists adapting to their environment >>
* For the first time, a gold nanoparticle loaded with CRISPR has been used to edit genes >>
* Dynamic pricing: Using digital and analytics to take value pricing in the chemical industry to the next level >>

* How Big Companies Can Simultaneously Run and Reinvent Their Businesses >>
* Why It’s Time To Think About Self-Driving Cars In Regards To Parking >>
* Live at Computex with the dp Rogy visit us at booth L0527A >>

* Meta’s augmented reality headset is getting rebooted at a new company >>
* AMD is releasing its 7nm Ryzen 3000 CPUs on 7/7 >>
* NZ Treasury was target of a sustained cyber attack with more than 2000 attempts to access its system within 48 hours >>

* CEO Borje Ekholm puts record straight on Ericsson’s 5G efforts amid Huawei woes >>
* IBM works on AI to detect chronic diseases like Parkinson’s, diabetes >>
* US should take a long, hard look in the mirror rather than blaming China >>

* A freshly divorced MacKenzie Bezos explains why she’s giving away most of her money >>
* Hammer and feather drop on moon >>
* How to Build a Company Culture That Will Last >>

* Amazon Is Poised to Unleash a Long-Feared Purge of Small Suppliers >>
* PSVR 2 Won’t Launch Alongside PS5, Sony Suggests >>
* No, Tesla Autopilot isn’t dangerous, but you have to use it correctly >>

* Broken by default: why you should avoid most Dockerfile examples >>
* Cloud Engineer >>
* Finding My Next Bootstrapped Business Idea >>

* Become a DevOps Pro: 11 Must-Attend Upcoming DevOps Conferences >>
* 5 Critical Setbacks in Agile Transformation >>
* What Is Visual Testing? A Definitive Answer [and Approach] >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 May 2019

* Morning After: AMD, NVIDIA and Intel do battle at Computex >>
* NVIDIA is giving away the ‘Quake II’ ray tracing demo on June 6th >>
* ARM’s latest chip designs promise 60 percent faster AI on phones >>

* The geometry of an electron determined for the first time >>
* Cooling wood: Engineers create strong, sustainable solution for passive cooling >>
* Chinese scientists develop transistors about the width of a human DNA strand >>

* In A World First, Scientists Change Snail’s Shell-Coiling Direction With CRISPR >>
* Domino’s rolls out AI pizza scanning technology to network of stores >>
* Chinese Developers Fear the Fallout From the Tech War Will Cost Them Access To GitHub >>

* All the Ways Google Tracks You—And How to Stop It >>

* Why The US Has No High-Speed Rail >>
* Why Business Schools Are Shutting Down Their MBA Programs >>
* ‘Boring Company’ Video Suggests Company Is Abandoning Underground Rails >>

* Patients of the future will be treated by virtual doctors, ‘health Waze’ >>
* What do you do after you 3D-print a heart? Go straight back to work, apparently >>
* Simple image compression full website code written in node, react and next.js framework. >>

* ‘Five Nines’ Are Dead: Long Live Intent-Based Computing >>
* If Waterfall and Agile Got Into a Bar Fight, Who Would Win? >>
* New superconductivity record edges closer to room temperature >>

* Monkeys use their ‘eagle’ call to warn each other about drones >>
* Qualcomm and Lenovo reveal the first Snapdragon-powered 5G PC >>
* Reminiz automatically indexes and tags videos in real time >>

* a16z Podcast: Collectively Driving Change >>
* Melinda Gates says US is ‘a long way from equality’ for women >>
* Running Elasticsearch on Kubernetes >>

* The future of dev analytics >>
* How AI & Automation Are Transforming Commerce >>
* How Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, Google, and Amazon are investing in AI >>

* Deep Learning Algorithms Are Expected To Boost Liquid Biopsy Techniques >>
* Mini-Microbes Thrive In Mars-like Conditions Here On Earth >>
* Self-driving technology makes progress in auto industry >>

* ‘Neural Lander’ uses AI to land drones smoothly >>
* Lunar Gold Rush Is About to Start—and We Could Exhaust the Solar System in Fewer Than 500 Years >>
* Colliding lasers double the energy of proton beams >>

* Raspberry-picking ROBOTS could replace migrant farm workers as British harvests are threatened by dwindling numbers of seasonal staff from Europe >>
* India’s FreshToHome raises $11 million to expand its fish, meat, and vegetable e-commerce platform >>
* Indian PM Narendra Modi’s Reelection Spells More Frustration For US Tech Giants >>

* Dyson Patent Applications Offer Hints at Its Electric Car >>
* AMD Unveils the 12-Core Ryzen 9 3900X, at Half the Price of Intel’s Competing Core i9 9920X Chipset >>
* Microsoft, Alphabet team up to teach quantum computer programming >>

* Apple exec dismisses Google CEO’s criticism over turning privacy into a ‘luxury good’ >>
* In China, a growing disquiet about US efforts to contain its tech champions >>
* China’s middle class growing desperate and anxious about US trade war impact >>

* Computer Scientists Expand the Frontier of Verifiable Knowledge >>
* How Leaders Around the World Build Trust Across Cultures >>
* Better Figures, Neal Stephenson, Reputation Inflation, Interactive Code >>

* Liftoff: the new race to the moon begins >>
* Configuration Plans for SOA Suite 12C >>
* The DevSecOps Equilibrium >>

* APOD: A Volcano of Fire under a Milky Way of Stars >>
* Could We Move the Entire Planet Earth to a New Orbit? >>
* How to See SpaceX’s Starlink Satellite ‘Train’ in the Night Sky >>

* AMD flexes 7nm muscle with a 12-core Ryzen 9 CPU and Radeon RX 5000 graphics cards >>
* AMD’s third-gen Ryzen 9 CPU is a 12-core powerhouse for $499 >>
* ARM’s Cortex-A77 CPU and Mali-G77 GPU will give your next phone a major performance boost >>

* Aladdin Soars to Box Office Win on Opening Weekend >>
* A Curious Sequence Of Prime Numbers >>

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