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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 July 2019

* An Amazon engineer made an AI-powered cat flap to stop his cat from bringing home dead animals >>
* Tesla Dry Electrode Batteries Will Enable Large Passenger Electric Planes >>
* We could kill cancer cells by hijacking their odd electrical current >>

* US Restarts Trade Talks With China and Talks With North Korea >>
* Which Will Be First to Space – the SpaceX Starship or the SLS? >>
* What Boeing’s 737 MAX Has to Do With Cars: Software >>

* How Self-Driving Cars Can Figure Out Parking >>
* Royal Navy to develop autonomous AI mine-hunter >>
* Startup packs all 16GB of Wikipedia onto DNA strands to demonstrate new storage tech >>

* Xi-Trump summit in Osaka brings trade truce, more talks and hope for Huawei >>
* Despite Donald Trump and Xi Jinping’s G20 handshake, mistrust and disputes persist >>
* China’s high-speed rail network has been low speed in adoption – but that’s set to change >>
* Trump says he could lift Huawei sanctions after Xi meeting >>

* Huawei opens largest store in Oman >>
* SpaceX is in communication with all but three of 60 Starlink satellites one month after launch >>
* Culture War Has Finally Come For Wikipedia >>

* TED How to ask for help – and get a “yes” >>
* TED Your are not alone in your lonelines TED Your are not alone in your lonelines >>
* New trailers: Hobbs & Shaw, Charlie’s Angels, and more >>

* Celebrate the Promise of Planetary Defense This Asteroid Day >>
* GAO Recommends NASA Develop Contingency Plan for ISS Access Amid Commercial Crew Delays >>
* A ‘Sonic Black Hole’ Could Help Solve A Cosmic Paradox >>

* Apple says that it’s focused on quality over quantity when it comes to its TV shows >>
* Challenges of IT Automation >>
* Software Developers Need These Killer Soft Skills >>

* Tom’s Tech Notes: How to Innovate Better [Podcast] >>
* Middle Managers, the Flow of Ideas, and Innovation >>
* First round-the-world autogyro flight >>

* The 203 moons of our solar system >>
* Non-English-based programming languages >>
* Facebook’s Prototype VR Face Tracking Got Even Better >>

* a16z Podcast: Entrepreneurs, Then and Now >>
* Revive & Restore Releases Ocean Genomics Horizon Scan >>
* Long-Lived Institutions >>

* Greed Is to Blame for the Radicalization of Social Media >>
* NASA’s Mars 2020 Rover Gets 7-Foot-Long Robotic Arm >>
* NZ secures ‘huge’ part of US Amazon Lord of the Rings production >>

* *The Nonsense Factory: The Making and Breaking of the American Legal System* >>
* A Dream Team: parametric quantum circuit + Jupyter notebook with widgets + Qubiter >>
* Can AI Save the Internet from Fake News? >>

* How DNA ‘hotspots’ snarl the search for cancer genes >>
* Is AlphaZero any good without the tree search? >>
* Face-Reading AI Will Tell Police When Suspects Are Hiding Truth >>

* Building a Practical AI Medical Imaging System >>
* Data Privacy Splits Global AI Race >>
* Where Security Meets Privacy in the 21st Century >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 June 2019

* NASA Is Sending This Flying Robot to Saturn’s Moon Titan, looking for signs of life >>
* French Scientists Claim to Have Created Metallic Hydrogen >>
* Five automakers back Toyota’s and Softbank’s self-driving business >>

* Trump to lift some restrictions on Huawei as part of China truce >>
* Huawei can buy from US suppliers again — but things will never be the same >>
* Huawei rollercoaster continues as Google gets a green light to license Android again >>
* A China-U.S. Trade Truce Could Enshrine a Global Economic Shift >>

* NASA reopens Apollo mission control in time for Moon landing anniversary >>

* Famed Apple designer Jony Ive is leaving to start his own firm >>
* Apple will be fine without Jony Ive >>
* Backup Laser to Revive Aeolus Wind-Sensing Satellite >>

* SpaceX plans to launch Starship’s first commercial flight in 2021 >>
* Responsible AI: Putting our principles into action >>
* A cure for baldness is on the way as scientists successfully grow ‘unlimited’ hair on mice using stem cells >>

* Moondust, Radiation, and Low Gravity: The Health Risks of Living on the Moon >>
* Robot Squid and Robot Scallop Showcase Bio-inspired Underwater Propulsion >>
* Shipping Industry Bets Big on IoT in Bid to Save Billions >>

* New Balance’s Latest Shoes Come With 3D-Printed Soles >>

* DeepNude: AI photo app stripped clothes from women to render them naked. Now, it’s stripped from web >>
* Heartbeat Identity, Seam Carving, Q&A Facilitation, and Secure Data in Distributed Systems >>

* Robotic Arm Packs Boxes With A.I. Guidance >>
* Scientists observe neural activity in lab-grown mini-BRAINS >>
* From Miniature Satellites to Giant Sun Shields–the Extreme Technology Transforming Space Engineering >>

* How a martial arts gym trained me to build an inclusive culture >>
* You must resist Big Brother in upcoming Ubisoft video game ‘Watch Dogs: Legion’ >>

* Empowering wheelchair users with a socially assistive robot running on Amazon Machine Learning >>
* After Failed Beresheet Landing, SpaceIL Will Go Someplace Besides the Moon >>
* NASA Gearing Up for Big Test of Orion Crew Capsule Next Week >>

* Progress on Asteroid Discovery, Impact Mitigation >>
* AI Job Market Cools Off to a Steady Boil >>
* Asteroid Day 2019 is Actually Five Days and Already Started Livestreaming >>

* Future Elon and SpaceX Domination Will Be Like Rockefeller and Standard Oil >>
* How the Potential Tech Worker Exodus from Britain Benefits Ireland >>
* JumpStart Guide to Cloud-Based Firewalls in AWS >>

* That this AI can simulate universes in 30ms is not the scary part. It’s that its creators don’t know why it works so well >>
* AT&T’s 5G network hits (parts of) Las Vegas >>
* Airplane Contrails Will Do Triple the Damage They Do Today By 2050, Study Finds >>

* Mysterious Extragalactic Flash Pinpointed for 2nd Time Ever >>
* Alphabet’s cybersecurity company Chronicle will join Google Cloud >>
* Bridging the gap between research and the classroom >>

* Enterprise SaaS revenue hits $100B run rate, led by Microsoft and Salesforce >>
* Eufy RoboVac 11s robot vacuum is on sale for just $149 at Amazon >>
* Google is building a new private subsea cable between Portugal and South Africa >>

* Google launches a new portal for small businesses >>
* Nonprofit Workplaces >>
* The New Charlie’s Angels Trailer Is Here >>

* Valve Index review: Next-level VR >>
* Gettysburg Address stored in DNA using a binary code made of holes >>
* A Fast Radio Burst has Finally Been Traced Back to its Source: the Outskirts of a Galaxy 4 Billion Light-Years Away >>

* Spores in Space: Mold Can Withstand Radiation Doses That Would Kill a Human >>
* Do Advanced Engineering Degrees Matter? >>
* Ossia’s Wireless Charging Tech Could Be Available By Next Year >>

* Teleportation of Quantum Information In Diamond Is Big for Quantum Communication >>
* Rocket Lab Launches 7 Small Satellites to Orbit >>
* A New Approach to Treat Mental Illness: Electrical Engineering >>

* Apollo 11 Tapes Bought by NASA Intern for $218 Could Fetch Millions at Auction >>
* Boeing’s 737 Max Software Outsourced To Lower-Paid Engineers >>
* Crocodiles Went Through a Vegetarian Phase, Too >>

* Researchers developed a sensing system to constantly track the performance of workers >>
* AI needs more health data if it’s to help cure the world >>
* Recommended Reading: Algorithms and school surveillance >>

* Startups at the speed of light: Lidar CEOs put their industry in perspective >>
* SIM-swap cell phone hacking horror stories >>
* With a single wiretap, police collected 9.2 million text messages >>

* Aerial Drone Photography: The Secret is in the Lens >>
* Anti-Alzheimer’s Protein Complex Identified >>
* Google Is Giving Away AI That Can Build Your Genome Sequence >>

* Latest claim of turning hydrogen into a metal may be the most solid yet >>
* Machine learning makes a better Luke Skywalker hand >>
* New AI programming language goes beyond deep learning >>

* Top 5 Artificial Intelligence Books to Read in 2019 >>
* Development in the mobility technology ecosystem—how can 5G help? >>
* Defining a public-cloud strategy: An interview with Michael Ørn >>

* Driving toward growth: Making difficult decisions and placing the customer first >>
* Matching talent to value >>
* Wearable technology started by tracking steps. Soon, it may allow your boss to track your performance. >>

* ActionDash 3.0’s new ‘Focus’ mode keeps Android users on task >>
* The Six Is The Best Travel Luggage Ever Designed >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 June 2019

* MIT’s new interactive machine learning prediction tool could give everyone AI superpowers >>
* Google Maps can now predict how crowded your bus or train will be >>
* Solar-Powered RoboBee X-Wing Flies Untethered, under its own power >>

* Amazon launches Counter in-store pick-up in the US, starting with 100 locations >>
* Google researchers trained AI with your Mannequin Challenge videos >>
* Revenge of the dogs: Sony Aibo does not impress your furry friends >>

* A woman has been cured of advanced breast cancer thanks to immunotherapy. >>
* Scientists Fool Flies with ‘Virtual Tastes’ >>
* This new experimental robot gripping arm can ‘taste’ what it touches >>

* Mark Zuckerberg Is Rethinking Deepfakes >>
* Our brains replay experiences when we rest to help us make decisions >>
* New Philips Hue smart bulbs don’t need a hub >>

* Scabies Means Misery. This Pill Can End It. >>
* Apple is considering adding TWO cameras to its Apple Watch wristband, patent reveals >>
* The Kind of Authenticity Customers Will Pay More For >>

* NASA chooses Saturn’s moon Titan as its next destination >>
* Welcome Our New Robot Overlords At Amazon’s First Ai Conference >>

* Cable-based space launch system >>
* A New Software Glitch Has Been Found in Boeing’s Troubled 737 Max Jet >>
* The books will stop working. >>

* Elon Musk says he knows why Falcon Heavy’s core booster missed its landing >>
* Why Talented People Fail Under Pressure >>
* Waymo starts self-driving pick-ups for Lyft riders >>

* A-deeper-understanding-of-breast-cancer >>
* a-few-thoughts-about-deepfakes >>
* a-streamlined-pathway-to-drug-approval >>
* to-clean-drinking-water-just-add-microbes >>

* Miniature brains grown in the lab have human-like neural activity >>
* Ancient DNA reveals Neanderthal migration and interbreeding >>
* It turns out planes are even worse for the climate than we thought >>

* New kind of light is a vortex beam that twists faster as it moves >>
* Mystery radio waves from space tracked to a surprising home galaxy >>
* Shatterproof phone screens could be made from seashell-like glass >>

* We jump to conclusions even when it pays to wait for the facts >>
* Swimming in the sea completely changes the microbes on your skin >>
* Scientists discover a hunger ‘switchboard’ in the brain – and may soon be able to turn your appetite ‘on’ or ‘off’ >>

* A new way to discover Google tools to grow your small business >>
* 250 retailers will compete against Amazon’s Prime Day, up from 194 last year >>
* Amazon snags Taylor Swift to headline its Prime Day 2019 concert >>

* Electric scooter and bike startup Grow hits 10 million trips across Latin America >>
* How to Onboard New Hires at Every Level >>
* One simple chart: Who is interested in Spark NLP? >>

* Chronicle, X’s security moonshot, moves to Google Cloud >>
* Line just went Orwellian on Japanese users with its social credit scoring system >>
* Is AI killing jobs? Actually, it added 3x more than it replaced in 2018 >>

* NASA Seeks Proposals for Commercial ISS Modules >>
* Queen’s Brian May Outlines Asteroid Deflection Mission >>
* Drone fliers are either ‘clueless, careless or criminal’ says air traffic gros fromage >>

* Machine learning reveals how strongly interacting electrons behave at atomic level >>
* These high-tech home upgrades are smarter so you don’t have to work harder >>
* Bitcoin roller coaster: Currency soars to 17-month high, but drops over $1,000 after close >>

* The First Debate Showed How Far to the Left Democrats Have Moved >>
* Dalai Lama: Trump has ‘lack of moral principle’ >>
* Can SpaceX and Blue Origin best a decades-old Russian rocket engine design? >>

* D-Wave promises chip that could search the whole universe >>
* Making Algorithms More Like Kids: What Can Four-Year-Olds Do That AI Can’t? >>
* Syringe-Injectable Electronics with a Plug-and-Play Input/Output Interface >>

* The Rise of a New Generation of AI Avatars >>
* The first AI universe sim is fast and accurate—and its creators don’t know how it works >>
* HBO Is Relaunching ‘From the Earth to the Moon’ With New HD Visual Effects >>

* Mysterious ‘Bathtub Rings’ of Titan Replicated on Earth >>
* Rocket Lab Launching 7 Satellites Early Friday Morning: Watch Live >>
* SpaceIL Scraps Plans to go Back to Moon. Instead it’s Got New Secret “Significant Objective” for Beresheet 2 >>

* DisplayPort 2.0 supports 8K monitors >>
* A new way to make droplets bounce away >>
* Quantum Technology NEEDS Atomically Precise Manufacturing >>

* London Tech Week 2019 >>
* How to Work with Someone Who Thinks They’re Always Right >>
* SpaceX reportedly seeking over $300M in fresh funding >>

* Network with CrunchMatch at TC Sessions: Enterprise 2019 >>
* NZ public cloud spend surges 30 percent to $1b >>
* New trend report: The Single Age >>

* Tableau CEO eyes ‘time machine leap forward’ after Salesforce acquisition >>
* The AI-Fueled, Anxious Hopefulness of Disney’s Smart House >>
* The mini Instant Pot Ultra can replace 10 appliances, is on sale for $99.95 >>

* YouTube Music will automatically download your favorite songs >>
* YouTube Is Giving You More Control Over Video Recommendations >>
* Barefoot walkers have tough feet but sense the ground just as well >>

* Investigate skill shortages to help find your niche >>
* Amazon Is Watching >>
* The Pros And Cons Of Endless Tv Revivals >>

* Protecting IP in China is hard, but awareness is rising, thanks to Donald Trump >>
* Chinese-developed two-seat fighter trainer FC-1B showcased at Int’l Paris Air Show >>
* Demystifying PCI Software Security Framework All You Need to Know for Your AppSec Strategy >>

* How to Build an Invincible Incident Management Plan >>
* Practical AWS—Hosting a personal blog the hard way, then the easy way >>
* Everything you need to know about TensorFlow 2.0 >>

* Anthem Could Have Healthcare Industry Singing a New Tune – Ep. 89 >>
* The Case for Generalists; Today’s world calls for range, not specialization >>
* Competition Won’t Fix Big Tech >>

* Fruit bats can transform echoes into vision, study shows >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 June 2019

* Boing Goes the Trampoline Robot >>
* Harnessing the Public’s Smartphones to Track Drones >>
* Facebook tests controls that turn off those angry red notification dots >>

* New AI programming language goes beyond deep learning >>
* MIT AI tool can predict breast cancer up to 5 years early >>
* Inside the Room Where They Control the Weather Satellites >>

* Lightyear One Debuts As the First Long-Range Solar-Powered Electric Car >>
* Smartphones and Fitness Trackers Are Being Used To Gauge Employee Performance >>
* The global economy’s next winners >>

* Aibo in house: How Sony’s robot dog wins over its owners >>
* Bright Machines wants to put AI-driven automation in every factory >>
* Netflix-style algorithm finds 360 stars that could host alien worlds >>

* Would You Trust an Automated Doctor? >>
* AIs that diagnose diseases are starting to assist and replace doctors >>
* Bone Up on What’s Inside You >>

* How Facebook’s New ‘Mirror World’ Will Help Train AI >>
* PizzaGAN gets the picture on how to make a pizza >>
* The Simple rule that can help you predict the future >>

* Racing Toward Yottabyte Information >>
* A 30-Second Earthquake Warning Gives a Menlo Park Fire Station a Chance to Protect Itself >>
* China’s Meter Wave Radar Can Guide Missiles to Destroy F-35 and F-22 Stealth Fighters >>

* Inside the Room Where They Control the Weather Satellites >>
* Why So Many Medical Advances Never Make it to Mainstream Medicine >>

* Asteroid That’s 3 Times As Long As a Football Field Will Whiz by Earth Thursday >>
* China Launches Latest Beidou Satellite for Global Navigation System >>
* Inside ESA’s Advanced Concept Team Interstellar Workshop >>

* SpaceX Falcon Heavy Rocket Lofts 24 Satellites in 1st Night Launch >>
* Bitcoin Near $13000 >>
* China Could Export $145 Billion Worth of Nuclear Reactors By 2030 >>

* I travelled to a future where AI cameras track your every move >>
* A boom in hidden camera tech makes it difficult to spot devices — and the law is complex >>
* Europe should ban AI for mass surveillance and social credit scoring, says advisory group >>
* Google now lets you auto-delete your location history >>

* Alphabet’s Plan for Toronto Depends on Huge Amounts of Data >>
* Mars Colonization Possible Through Sperm Bank In Space, Study Suggests >>
* Boeing Won’t Rename the 737 Max >>

* A Device to Detect ‘Aggression’ in Schools Often Misfires >>
* Apple News launches a guide to the 2020 Democratic candidates and debates >>
* Apple confirms it acquired a self-driving car startup >>

* How Close Are We to Curing Cancer? >>
* What is the origin of thinking? A new book argues that it’s action, not language. >>
* Harry Potter: Wizards Unite Isn’t the Next Pokémon Go. Good >>

* Confining cell-killing treatments to tumors >>
* Beneficial Artificial Intelligence >>
* Boeing is closer to ISS spaceflights after Starliner’s final parachute test >>

* Eni and IBM boost geological data interpretation with AI >>
* AI and machine learning will require retraining your entire organization >>
* Facebook, Google and others come together to set benchmarks for AI >>

* Huawei Telecom Gear Much More Vulnerable To Hackers Than Rivals’ Equipment, Report Says >>
* Huawei says two-thirds of 5G networks outside China now use its gear >>

* Serverless Technology and Integration With DevOps: An Interview With Glenn Buckholz [Video] >>
* Anthem Could Have Healthcare Industry Singing a New Tune – Ep. 89 >>
* a16z Podcast: Damage-free Genome Editing — What’s Next in CRISPR >>
* Deliver Unrivaled End-User Experience With Confidence – How Synthetic Monitoring Can Help >>

* Fake news ‘vaccine’ works: ‘pre-bunk’ game reduces susceptibility to disinformation >>
* Real-world dynamic programming: seam carving >>
* The Go Blog; Next steps toward Go 2 >>
* 7 Strategies for Assigning Ids to Microservices >>

* New Silex malware is bricking IoT devices, has scary plans >>
* Huawei enters Israel’s solar power market, hours after quitting US >>
* Israel cyber spying helped foil terror attacks in ‘dozens’ of countries >>

* Introducing BigQuery parameters in Data Studio <a href=">>
* Intel, Arm To Help Create New IoT Standard For Device Onboarding <a href=">>
* Jordan Peterson on AI-FOOM >>

* How Walking 30 Minutes a Day Can Boost Weight Loss, Improve Digestion, and Help You Live Longer >>
* When Pepsi Had A Navy >>
* Meet Guy Who Bought a Monorail For $1,000 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 June 2019

* This camera app uses AI to erase people from your photographs >>
* SpaceX catches rocket nosecone for the first time with giant net-wielding boat >>
* Hackers are stealing years of call records from hacked cell networks >>

* BMW’s next-gen cruise control stops at red lights >>
* Here’s A Look At How Many 737 Max Planes Boeing Has To Fix >>
* Nothing Kept Me Up At Night the Way the Gorgon Stare Did >>

* Bacteria from your gut may be the key to running farther >>

* Falcon Heavy’s Center Core Crashes During Attempted Landing >>
* Coolest Thing SpaceX Just Launched Into Space Is a Sunlight-Powered Sail >>
* SpaceX’s ‘Starship’ Prototype Coming Together in Florida (Photos) >>

* Open-heart nerdery: Boffins suggest identifying and logging in people using ECGs >>
* Fresh-Baked Cookies Will Add an Aroma of Home to the International Space Station >>
* Amazon Prime Day 2019 expands to become a 48-hour sale on July 15-16 >>

* Big Tech’s problem is its lack of competition >>
* China’s biggest start-ups ditch Oracle and IBM for home-made tech as US trade tensions swirl >>
* China ponders blacklisting FedEx after Huawei delivery errors >>

* Microsoft’s next step toward embracing Android: Adding app support? >>
* Non-addictive CRISPR-edited tobacco could help eliminate smoking >>
* Meet the robotic strawberry harvesters that are picking fresh produce >>

* Fitted With Sensors, Antarctic Seals Track Water Temperatures >>
* Orderful >>
* a16z Podcast: Stories from the Frontlines of Synthetic Fraud >>

* Huawei’s US research arm builds separate identity >>
* Here is BMW’s new electric motorcycle concept >>
* Analog Deep Learning, Low-Trust Internet, Media Literacy, and Psych Experiments >>

* Firewall app promises to keep robocalls from ringing your phone >>
* EdTech companies you should know about >>
* BMW will have 25 electrified cars on the road by 2023 >>

* AWS VPC Traffic Mirroring – Capture & Inspect Network Traffic >>
* Toys ‘R’ Us, Back From the Dead, Will Open U.S. Stores in 2019 >>
* Facial Recognition Has a Blind Spot >>

* US cities are joining forces to figure out what the hell to do with all these scooters >>
* 5G brings advanced healthcare to rural areas >>
* Pizza Hut wants to remind you of childhood: Can nostalgia actually sell more pizza? >>

* Gene networks reveal transition from healthy to failing heart >>
* The bitter Pill; Why isn’t birth control better? >>
* AI Gets Inference Benchmarks >>

* An ‘awe-full’ state of mind can set you free >>
* Watch researchers create DIY ‘lava bombs’ for science >>
* Second world war bomb explodes after three-quarters of a century >>

* Infection-causing ocean bacteria ‘colonise’ human skin in just TEN minutes as people swim in the sea >>
* NASA-funded 3D-printed ‘pod’ will soon offer holidaymakers experience of interplanetary vacations >>
* A Boy Who Had Spinal Surgery in the Womb Stands on His Own Two Feet >>

* SpaceX is launching NASA’s $80 million Deep Space Atomic Clock tonight >>
* Apply to be a TED2020 Fellow >>

* Helping parents and guardians have the “EdTech talk” >>
* BMW Vision M Next: An autonomous car for people who love driving >>
* The Great IoT Protocol War may have been won: Thread’s 1.2 release aims at business >>

* Future of capitalism in the age of AI >>
* Trends In Artificial Intelligence That Will Dominate 2019 >>
* Future of Web Development >>
* Hacking and the IoT >>

* Detect Facial Emotions in a Meeting >>
* Smart Robots: Innovative Products on the Horizon >>
* Migrating to the Cloud? Here’s Why Automation is Essential >>
* How Cloud is Boosting Global Digital Transformation >>

* Dreams and Realities in the SDLC >>
* Running Containerized Applications on Modern Serverless Platforms >>
* DevSecOps Challenges in a Cloud Native World >>

* NASA Contractors Support Artemis Cost Estimate >>
* Space Station Astronauts Return to Earth Tonight: Watch It Live! >>
* SpaceX Looks Ahead to Certification Milestone with Falcon Heavy Launch >>
* Mars May Have Escaped Life-Threatening Impacts Early On >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 June 2019

* This AI Watched 100 Films to Learn How to Recognize a Kiss >>
* The New Raspberry Pi Is Basically a $35 Desktop Computer >>
* This AI Uses Echolocation to Follow Your Every Move >>

* Bill Gates accidentally makes the case to regulate the hell out of platform companies >>
* Bill Gates claims his ‘greatest mistake’ was not beating Android >>
* Building the Future of the Classroom with Google for Education >>

* Watch SpaceX’s spectacular first Falcon Heavy night launch live >>
* SpaceX hopes to impress the Air Force with its ‘most difficult launch ever >>
* Why the third launch of SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket has the highest stakes yet >>

* Trash uses AI to edit your footage into a fun, short videos >>
* In Streaming Age, Classical Music Gets Lost in the Metadata >>

* Vietnam and India see explosion in direct investment from China as tech suppliers shift production overseas >>
* The Tech Industry’s Latest Fitness Craze: Recovery >>

* Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs unveils its high-tech ‘city-within-a-city’ plan for Toronto >>
* Gillmor Gang: Cash Machine >>
* NASA Rover on Mars Detects Puff of Gas That Hints at Possibility of Life >>

* Nvidia Built One of the Most Powerful AI Supercomputers in 3 Weeks >>
* SpaceX is on a hiring spree for its Starlink global internet project >>
* What Happens After Amazon’s Domination Is Complete? Its Bookstore Offers Clues >>

* How an Asteroid Could Destroy the World Before Impact >>
* NASA’s Astrobee cube robot flies in space for the first time >>
* Are Universal Basic Income Proponents Making the Wrong Arguments? >>

* Authenticity under Fire >>
* New deepfake algorithm allows you to text-edit the words of a speaker in a video >>
* Blue Origin Performs First Test of BE-7 Lunar Lander Engine >>

* China’s Moon, Mars and Space Station Missions May be Facing Delays >>
* Cyberespionage Collective Platinum Targets South Asian Governments >>
* Two Quintillion Tons of Metal or Dense Oxides Found on the Moon >>

* Artificial Intelligence Is Coming for Our Faces >>
* Key Brain Difference Between Voice-Hearing Patients And Voice-Hearing Healthy Controls Challenges “Continuum Model” >>
* A Machine May Not Take Your Job, but One Could Become Your Boss >>

* Does Monopoly’s Cash-Free AI Banker Teach the Wrong Lessons? >>
* Cricket World Cup highlights just how big video streaming is in India >>
* Wacky Timestamps, Computers and Spies, Surveillance Capitalism, and Twitter Adventures >>

* Smart Car Concept With Flexible Storage Space And Electric Butlers To Ferry Your Luggage! >>
* Microsoft’s dual-screen tablet could run Android apps >>
* The Assumptions Employees Make When They Don’t Get Feedback >>

* 3D printer for kids that lets them make their own toys >>
* 2.8 Trillion Tons of Nearly Fresh Water Found Under the Ocean >>

* Virtual Reality Might Be the Next Big Thing for Mental Health >>
* What Startup Employees Can Teach the Rest of Us About Work >>
* A.I. Vision Guides Fake Video Detection >>

* Can your gut bacteria really make you a better runner? >>
* Storing sperm in a freezer for a decade hardly affects birth rates >>
* Gut bacteria might influence how our brains develop as children >>

* Our astonishing brain is hard to figure out – and that’s fantastic >>
* Hundreds of orcas hold an annual meeting and now we may know why >>
* Vegetables as well as meat could spread superbugs into food chain >>

* The Pillr Elevated Laptop Stand Is A Pragmatic+Minimal Way To Reduce Fatigue >>
* Foldable Light Box Goes From Flat-packed To Photo Studio Within Seconds! >>
* How much is your data worth? A new bill could force Big Tech to reveal its value >>

* These Wildlife Crossings are Animal Bridges to Ensure Animal Safety >>
* Moon landing good for business 50 years later >>
* Network Load Balancer Now Supports UDP Protocol >>

* Scientists discover a new way to provide plants the nutrients they need to thrive >>
* Founding Stories: Anchorage >>
* Top 10 Trends In Artificial Intelligence That Will Dominate 2019 >>

* DevSecOps Challenges in a Cloud Native World >>
* Serverless Architectures vs. Containerized Architectures >>
* Learn How to Secure Service-to-Service Microservices >>

* It’s in your blood: New Alzheimer’s test lets doctors detect dementia in ‘under 1 hour’ >>
* Apollo 11: Mission Out of Control >>
* Speculation rife about DF-17 after video shows hypersonic vehicle >>

* Population growth set on a new trajectory >>
* Overtourism: 20 cities that could be the next to suffer – will they cope with rise in visitors, or struggle? >>
* The Self-Driving Car Is a Surveillance Tool >>

* Driverless cars are coming. We’ll miss the thrill of the ride. >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 June 2019

* This robot ‘duck’ could help Japanese rice farmers keep paddy fields clear of weeds >>
* Bill Gates on Startups, Investing and Solving The World’s Hardest Problems >>
* Machine Learning: Living in the Age of AI | A WIRED Film >>

* US cyberattack reportedly knocked out Iran missile control systems >>
* US Air Force has a new weapon called THOR that can take out swarms of drones >>
* NOAA Hurricane-Tracking Satellites to Launch on SpaceX Falcon Heavy Next Week >>

* Why the age of electric flight is finally upon us >>
* Amazon patents ‘surveillance as a service’ tech for its delivery drones >>
* US is making digital camouflage so that AIs can’t spot spy planes >>

* Hypersonic Missiles Are Unstoppable. And They’re Starting a New Global Arms Race. >>
* Internet of Things Technology Will Connect Highways, Street Lights, and Vehicles >>
* US Army Loading Up on New Mini-drones and Ground Robots >>

* GitHub Releases New Tools to Report Vulnerabilities >>
* Game Changing Direct Drive Fusion Propulsion Progress >>
* McDonald’s Tests Robot Fryers and Voice-Activated Drive-Throughs >>

* This company wants cars to get software updates while driving >>
* The Gender Gap in Computer Science Research Won’t Close for 100 Years >>
* Researchers develop ‘vaccine’ against attacks on machine learning >>
* Long-Term Thinking in a Start-Up Town (Ep. 381) >>

* AI learns to gamble illogically like humans to predict our behaviour >>
* SpaceX Falcon Heavy: Why everyone should watch this night launch from Kennedy >>
* AI could study your brain to help teachers improve their courses >>

* Paris may offer flying taxis to 2024 Olympics guests >>
* Robot blood’ powers machines for lengthy tasks >>
* Schedule appointments in Office 365 using Amazon Lex bot >>

* A new tool detects deepfakes with 96 percent accuracy >>
* Facebook Unleashes Software to Make Programming Robots Easy >>
* Private Computation, Robot Framework, 3D Objects, and Self-Supervised Learning >>

* This fingerprint smart lock is futuristic minimalism for the home >>
* Classic ‘Moon’ Available on 4K Ultra HD for Apollo 11 Anniversary >>
* New Sex Drug for Women to Improve Low Libido Is Approved by the F.D.A. >>

* How Google Uses Reinforcement Learning to Train AI Agents in the Most Popular Sport in the World >>
* X-Ray Telescope Designed for Dark Energy Search Ready to Launch >>
* “Nanoemulsion” gels offer new way to deliver drugs through the skin >>

* Airbus-owned Voom will compete with Uber Copter in the US in 2019 >>
* Watch Airbus’ radical autonomous flying taxi complete its ‘most exciting’ test yet >>
* What money should be >>

* Forget Terminator — we should be worrying about AI malware first >>
* Emergency Presidential Alert Texts Could Be Faked, Researchers Say >>
* Machine learning unlocks mysteries of quantum physics >>

* India’s Sixth Biggest City Is Almost Entirely Out of Water >>
* Let’s Build a Global Skyscraper Network to Save the Planet >>
* Intel Developing ‘Data Parallel C++’ As Part of OneAPI Initiative >>

* Motivate Your Kid by Having Them Imagine the Future >>
* Overcoming Challenges In Automated Image Captioning >>
* Supercomputing is latest front in US-China high-tech battle >>

* Text2Scene: Generating Compositional Scenes from Textual Descriptions >>
* First Light fusion Using Hypervelocity Projectiles for Pulsed Fusion >>
* How to Keep Employees Connected to Customers >>

* A Neural-Net Based on Light Could Best Digital Computers >>
* How Martian Microbes Could Survive in the Salty Puddles of the Red Planet >>
* All Aboard the U.K.’s First Hydrogen Train >>

* Cosmic Ray Failures of Power Semiconductor Devices >>
* Ares 3 Landing Site: The Martian Revisited >>
* Universe is 14 Billion Years Old But Visible Universe is 92 Billion Light Years Wide >>

* Microsoft’s new Windows Terminal app is now live in preview >>
* Emergent Tech > Artificial Intelligence >>
* Arizona man builds pyramid from 1,030,315 pennies >>

* IEEE Expands Journal Offerings; 4 new journals >>
* Meet the Companies Trying to Put Humans Back on the Moon >>
* Microbes Help Produce Serotonin in Gut >>

* This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web >>
* Ultra-thin “e-tattoo” uses two sensors for better monitoring of the heart >>
* ‘Living drug’ offers hope to terminal blood cancer patients >>

* China Has Almost Half of The World’s Supercomputers, Explores RISC-V and ARM >>
* Japan will send a rover to Martian moons with help from Germany and France >>
* NASA gives the Mars 2020 rover its legs and wheels >>

* NASA will study solar weather in two new missions >>
* Planet Zoo was quietly one of the best demos at E3 2019 >>
* Waymo’s autonomous cars will drive outside the US for the first time >>

* When Tech Companies Compete on Their Own Platforms >>
* Artificial intelligence could spot early signs of schizophrenia >>
* DNA Microscope Sees ‘Through the Eyes of the Cell’ >>

* We are more likely to return a lost wallet if it is full of cash >>
* Why Having Too Many Choices Makes Decisions Harder >>
* Yoga day: The inspiration behind eight famous poses >>

* Confronting overconfidence in talent strategy, management, and development >>
* The 3D-Printed Gun Threat Is Getting Weird And Scary >>
* A Triple-Threat ‘Comet Interceptor’ Could Explore an Undiscovered Space Object >>

* In Hawaii, Construction to Begin on Disputed Telescope Project >>
* When Innovation and Ethics Collide >>
* Decades-Long Surveys Suggest The “Deleterious Effects of Smoking May Extend to Detrimental Personality Changes” >>

* Argentina’s Blackout and the Storm-Battered Future of the Grid >>
* Death by algorithm: the age of killer robots is closer than you think >>
* Why The Internet’s Most Important Law Exists And How People Are Still Getting It Wrong >>

* After Math: The price of technological progress >>
* China’s top talent now wants to work for rising domestic tech stars, not brand multinationals >>
* Diamonds and Ion Qubits >>

* Who’s going to use the big bad Libra? >>
* A TV adaptation of Chinese sci-fi novel The Three-Body Problem is in development >>
* New trailers: Stranger Things, The Angry Birds Movie 2, and more >>

* Microsoft’s new Windows Terminal now available to download for Windows 10 >>
* Employers Beware: The War for Talent is Back >>
* Why Machines Need to Dream >>

* Never miss an Amazon Prime Day deal in 2019 >>
* AT&T 5G speed test yields the craziest speeds yet 1.782Gbps >>
* The Peculiar Blindness of Experts >>

* Big Data Advice for Devs >>
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* Startup idea checklist >>
* PsyToolkit’s run cognitive psychological experiments in your browser >>

* Doctors Learn The Nuts And Bolts Of Robotic Surgery >>
* How to land on the Moon >>
* Visualizing the Istio Service Mesh Using Kiali >>

* Meet the A.I. Landlord That’s Building a Single-Family-Home Empire >>

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* Walmart is using AI-powered cameras to prevent theft at checkout lanes >>
* Blue Origin fires up the engine of its future Moon lander for the first time >>
* A self-assembled nanoscale robotic arm controlled by electric fields >>

* Iran ‘ready for war’ after its shot down US drone as tensions rise between the nations >>
* Tesla Model 3 Spoofed off the highway – Regulus Navigation System Hack Causes Car to Turn On Its Own >>

* Facebook’s currency could be the biggest thing since the internet >>
* Enabling end-to-end machine learning pipelines in real-world applications >>

* Netflix experiment rumbles your phone during shows >>
* Facebook’s Libra Is Already Hitting Turbulence >>
* a16z Podcast: The History and Future of Machine Learning with Professor Tom Mitchell >>

* Top 10 Threats to Cloud Security >>
* TED The living tech we need to support human life on other planets >>

* New deepfake tech turns a single photo and audio file into a singing video portrait >>
* The evolution of cognitive architecture will deliver human-like AI >>
* Baby space race: Moscow scientist vows to ensure first child born in space is Russian >>

* SpaceX is about to launch a sail propelled through space by sunshine >>
* Asteroids, research, robots: Poll shows Americans don’t want a space program focused on moon >>
* Watch The World’s Fastest Lawnmower Hit 100 MPH In Seconds >>

* Facebook’s Libra won’t be as power-hungry as Bitcoin >>
* Slack >>
* Six governing considerations to modernize marketing >>

* The Problem With HR >>
* Could Amazon spy on your home? Tech giant’s plans for neighbourhood patrol drones spark fears >>
* Waymo strikes a deal with Nissan-Renault to bring driverless cars to Japan and France >>

* China’s robot makers are hooked on subsidies, highlighting another red line in US-China trade war >>
* China expert lays out trillion yuan nuclear path for belt and road plan >>
* Kung fu shrine Shaolin Temple goes 5G >>

* Chinese manufacturer ready to launch next-gen subway cars >>
* Bystack—Blockchain as a Service Platform (BaaS) >>
* The Peculiar Blindness of Experts >>
* Long-term Thinking in a Start-up Town >>

* 5G phones and your health: What you need to know >>
* Is Workplace Privacy Dead? >>
* Everything coming to (and going from) Netflix in July 2019 >>

* AI tech to secure runways at Beijing airports >>
* Universal CICD pipeline for K8S on AWS >>
* Neural Network Embeddings Explained >>

* Watch scientists melt a satellite part to save us from space junk >>
* A miniature robot that could check colons for early signs of disease >>
* A guidebook for heavy industry’s digital journey >>

* A new chip lets robots “imagine” their actions before they make a move >>
* Your nose knows when it comes to stronger memories >>
* Researchers to develop handheld device to diagnose skin cancer >>
* 16 brilliant products with over 1,000 great reviews on Amazon >>

* Weather forecasts could soon pin extreme events on climate change >>
* Microsoft launches new AI tools for PowerPoint to coach you on your presentation skills and flag swear words >>
* Japan wants to launch the first ever rover to visit a Martian moon >>
* Self-documenting code is (mostly) nonsense >>

* From FrAgile to Agile with the Stakeholders’ Buy-in >>
* Is Software Development a Dead End Job After 35? >>
* Balancing People, Process, and Technology for a True Agile Transformation >>
* Understanding React Using Your Angular Knowledge >>

* Using AI to Spot Depression In Children >>
* Unit Testing With @Async Calls >>
* Microservices Architectures: Event Driven Approach >>
* Britain’s first hydrogen-powered locomotive hits the UK’s tracks >>

* Signify’s LiFi system promises up to 150 Mbps internet via LED lights >>
* Researchers were surprised to find bungee jumpers’ cognition was enhanced after a jump >>
* Oracle Issues Emergency Update To Patch Actively Exploited WebLogic Law >>

* No, your smart TV isn’t catching viruses >>
* Nissan’s zero-emission ice cream truck uses recycled EV batteries >>
* New MongoDB field-level encryption can help prevent data breaches >>

* NASA’s X-59 supersonic jet will have a 4K TV instead of a forward window >>
* Microsoft gives Immersive Reader the AI treatment >>
* Lexus makes camera and radar safety features standard for 2020 cars >>

* Korean Cars Are Officially the Best, a Blood-Powered Robot, and More News >>
* Hopper app now predicts hotel prices around the world >>
* Google adds ‘Welcome Offers’ to its store and restaurant listings >>

* Decades of spy satellite images help track melting Himalayan glaciers >>
* Cisco connects with IBM to simplify hybrid cloud deployment >>
* California has let two Chinese startups offer robotaxis to the public >>

* Boeing To Use Computer Simulations Instead of Physical Certification Tests For Some Aircraft >>
* Approaching the magnetic singularity >>
* Airbus deploys Microsoft’s HoloLens, pushes mixed reality plans further >>
* A Shitty Robot Tesla Truck, Facebook’s New Cryptocurrency, and More News >>

* Is the Future of Space Exploration a Flock of Robots or a Trillion People? >>
* BepiColombo Spacecraft Snaps Selfies En Route to Mercury >>
* US Postal Service Celebrates Apollo 11 Moon Landing with ‘Forever’ Stamps >>

* Secretive Startup SpinLaunch Gets 1st Launch Contract for US Military >>
* Quantum Sensing With Squeezed State of Light Reduces Noise >>
* The Factories of the Future Will Be Fast, Flexible, and Free of Wires >>

* This Is What 2 Dozen Satellites Look Like Packed for Launch on a SpaceX Falcon Heavy >>
* Orbit Fab Demonstrates Satellite Refueling Technology on Space Station >>
* NASA Wants Robots to Sniff Out Moon Pits for Astronaut Homes >>
* Breakthrough Listen Releases 1 Million Gigabytes of Data from Its Search for E.T. >>

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* Facebook to launch cryptocurrency for FB users >>
* Dishcraft Robotics Takes Over Dishwashing From Humans >>
* How Far Will Google’s Billion-Dollar Bay Area Housing Plan Go? >>

* Chinese police track four missing children using AI >>
* a16z Podcast: The History and Future of Machine Learning >>

* Smart Speaker Listens for Audible Signs of Cardiac Arrest >>
* SpaceX Super Heavy Starship Presentation in July 2019 >>
* World’s First “Quantum Drone” for Impenetrable Air-to-Ground Data Links Takes Off >>

* Spy satellite images reveal Himalaya glacier ice losses have doubled >>
* YouTube facing investigation from federal government over inability to protect children >>
* YouTube executives reportedly mulling over removing all children’s content from main site >>

* Apple said to ask suppliers, including Foxconn, to explore major shift out of China to Southeast Asia >>
* NASA’s future Moon rocket will probably be delayed and over budget yet again: audit >>
* Amazing Moon Photos from NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter >>

* Bulletproof suits could soon be a reality as 3D-printed armour is created >>
* ESA plans triple spacecraft to lurk in wait for a speedy comet >>
* Robotic fish powered by electronic blood can swim for 36 hours >>

* NASA’s Deep Space Atomic Clock leaves Earth on June 24th >>
* A Plan to Stop Breaches With Dead Simple Database Encryption >>
* Voice2Face, DIY Minivac, Cloud Metrics, and Envoy for Mobile >>

* How To Find Malicious Backdoors and Business Logic Vulnerabilities in Your Code >>
* Continuous Delivery with Jenkins Workflow and Docker Explained >>
* TensorFlow for Deep Learning (Part 1) >>

* It’s Surprisingly Easy to Hack the Precision Time Protocol >>
* How to Deploy a Container to The IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service >>
* Data Lakes Are Not Just For Big Data >>

* Serverless Architecture: Why Tech Companies Are Using it in 2019 >>
* IT Lessons Aren’t Just Learned at the Office >>
* 11 Value Proposition errors that keep tech startups at the Kiddie Table >>
* Why your standups aren’t as productive as they could be. >>

* Using CRISPR to resurrect the dead >>
* TeslaBot; Meet Elon The virtual assistant for your Tesla >>
* What a deepfake video of Mark Zuckerberg reveals about how we’re manipulated online >>

* Why Game Streaming Will Finally Work >>
* Study identifies protein that causes ‘exhaustion’ of immune system cells >>
* Start-Up Nation Central turns to chefs and urban farming, with in-house bistro >>

* Fully Restored, Apollo-Era Saturn IB Rocket Returns to NASA Display >>
* Breaks in the Perfect Symmetry of the Universe Could Be a Window Into Completely New Physics >>
* NASA to Seek Proposals for Lunar Gateway Logistics >>

* NASA’s Getting Ready to Explore the Corpse of an Ancient Planet in the Asteroid Belt >>
* Weekly Space Hangout: June 19, 2019 – Corey Gray, Lead Operator at the LIGO Hanford Observatory >>
* 3D Printing of Hypersonic Missile Swarms >>

* Here’s one great way to use your tech skills >>
* Advancing to Cheaper Extraction of Uranium from Seawater >>
* How to Build an Endpoint Security Strategy in AWS >>

* Engineers 3-D print flexible mesh for ankle and knee braces >>
* New Gene Targeting Cancer Drugs And Other Advances in Cancer Medicine >>
* Transmission Failure Causes Nationwide Blackout in Argentina >>

* World’s Fastest Supercomputer Triples Performance to 445 PetaFLOPS >>
* Whale Breaches Out Of Nowhere, Scares The Bejesus Out Of Swimmer >>
* AI Models Predict Breast Cancer with Radiologist-Level Accuracy >>

* Adam Sandler’s ‘Murder Mystery’ breaks Netflix viewing records >>
* Apple TV is getting picture-in-picture video playback >>
* Is American Micromobility a Bust? >>

* From one brain scan, more information for medical artificial intelligence >>
* Geely is turning to Zenuity as its self-driving software supplier >>
* Google promises $1 billion to fight housing crisis >>

* How to Move from Self-Awareness to Self-Improvement >>
* House chairwoman wants Facebook to pause work on its cryptocurrency >>
* How Libra, Facebook’s Cryptocurrency, Would Work for You >>

* New trend report: Into Z Future >>
* Microsoft delivers public preview of Azure Bastion service for remotely accessing VMs more securely >>
* Microsoft releases first test build of Windows Server 20H1 >>

* Robotic dishwasher saves restaurants from drudgery >>
* Surveillance Capitalism >>

* Tally’s Jason Brown on fintech’s first debt roboadvisor and an automated financial future >>
* Latest version of Monopoly is voice-activated >>
* ‘Alexa, monitor my heart’: Tool for smart speakers could tell if you are having a cardiac arrest >>

* SpaceX satellite launch raises questions: Who owns the sky? Everyone or the wealthy few? >>
* BRAIN SCANS OFFER CLUES TO EXTREMIST VIOLENCE >>
* By the Numbers: Vaccines Are Safe >>

* Now your phone can become a robot that does the boring work >>
* This AI that can generate a 3D walking model from a single still image or painting >>
* Rules of brain architecture revealed in large study of neuron shape and electrophysiology >>

* Two new Earth-like planets found in ‘habitable zone’ of nearby star >>
* Computer-generated fake faces on social media appear to be work of spy agencies >>
* Maciej Cegłowski on Privacy in the Information Age >>

* The future of personalization—and how to get ready for it >>
* Modular construction: From projects to products >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 June 2019

* Your Google Calendar Isn’t Safe, an Eye-Controlled TV, and More News >>
* First steps taken for vaccine pills >>
* Scrum gone wild in 15 cartoons >>

* Scientists Use Sound To See Around Corners >>
* Goldman Sachs is sounding the alarm: Tech stocks are overvalued >>
* Is YouTube too big to fix everything? >>

* CARMENES: Two Habitable Zone Planets around a Nearby Red Dwarf >>
* DeepMind Teaches AI Teamwork >>
* New Website Replays Apollo 11 First Moon Landing Mission in Real Time >>

* Laundry day in space: How do astronauts wash their clothes? >>
* MongoDB gets a data lake, new security features and more >>
* Microsoft to add more smarts, plus a presentation coach, to PowerPoint >>

* Volvo’s self-driving buses and trucks will run on NVIDIA tech >>
* What Post Scarcity Means >>
* World Population Expected to Reach 9.7 Billion in 2050, United Nations Reports >>

* IBM AI helps predict breast cancer a year before it appears >>
* Why are we so pessimistic? >>
* Automated cryptocode generator is helping secure the web >>

* Fully Automated Luxury Communism: a timely vision >>
* Two hours of nature per week is critical to your wellbeing, Exeter Medical School researchers say >>

* Magnet Sets World Record at 45.5 Teslas >>
* 6 Traits of Strong Family Businesses >>
* Speed Breeding Lets Us Develop Six Generations of Crops Instead of Two Each Year >>

* What to Expect When LightSail 2 Launches into Space >>
* Watch Scientists Melt a Satellite Part to See How Stuff Burns Up During Reentry >>
* Twin NASA Satellites Will Ride SpaceX Falcon Heavy to Study Earth’s Ionosphere >>

* Inflatable Heat Shield Could Deliver Heavy Payloads to Worlds With a Thick Atmosphere >>
* NASA Is Tracking One of Earth’s Most Valuable Resources — Water >>
* Safety Panel Calls on NASA to Apply Commercial Crew Lessons for Artemis >>

* A severe autoimmune condition may be triggered by ‘good’ gut bacteria >>
* 2 billion people will need this tech by 2050: Injured vet shares the good and bad >>
* Lenovo Yoga Chromebook C630 review: killer 4K display >>

* J.P. Morgan working on a secretive digital banking project >>
* MIT researchers develop robot that can learn to identify objects based on sight and touch >>

* People hate flying, and it could lead to the demise of the airline industry >>
* Commercial space companies have received $7.2 billion in government investment since 2000 >>
* YouTuber Simone Giertz transformed a Tesla Model 3 into a pickup truck >>

* Uber air taxi designs: six eVTOL vehicles that could take you on your first trip >>
* Chinese app Manbang handled US$100 billion worth of goods a year by matching shippers with truckers >>
* It’s quiet out there: scientists fail to hear signals of alien life >>

* Google search results will show where song lyrics come from >>
* Cloud Technology Impact on Big Enterprises >>
* Routing External Traffic Into Your Kubernetes Services >>

* Would Facebook be better if we paid for it? >>
* Scientists amazed as Canadian permafrost thaws 70 years early >>
* Apache NiFi Overview >>
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* Examining the Essential Elements >>
* Amazon expands air cargo fleet with 15 more planes, will have 70 planes by 2021 >>
* Two potentially life-friendly planets found orbiting a nearby star >>

* New York set to legalize e-scooters and e-bikes >>
* New Deepfake Algorithm Allows You To Text-Edit the Words of a Speaker In a Video >>
* Microsoft finally releases Hyper-V Server 2019 >>

* Is your product’s AI annoying people? >>
* Perspectives and Approaches in AI Ethics: East Asia >>

* Chinese Scientist Defends Splicing Human Brain Gene Into Monkeys >>
* *CRINGE* Guy Uncomfortably Has To Rate 10 Women By Their Looks And Personalities >>
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