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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 June 2019

* DeepMind Deploys Self-taught Agents To Beat Humans at Quake III >>
* “AI human material” creates faces of a non-existent persons using GANs >>
* Virtual Assistants Are Getting Smarter All the Time. Can We Trust Them with Our Data? >>

* SpaceX Will Have First Untethered Hop of the Starhopper on Monday >>
* Tesla’s From the Shanghai Gigafactory Are Available for Reservation >>
* Top 10 Most Viewed Youtube Videos 2006-2019 >>

* New trailers: Pixar’s Onward, The Goldfinch, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, and more >>
* New Zealand wants to make people happy, not rich – will it work? >>

* WWDC 2019: What to Expect From Apple’s Big Developer Show >>
* Apple could be done with iTunes >>
* Apple raises iOS cellular download limit to 200MB >>
* Apple wants to monitor risks: buys health startup to create a system to help parents track their kids breathing >>
* Is Apple building a FOLDING phone? a handset which folds twice >>
* iPhone leak hints what Apple’s September release might hold >>

* A Mysterious Object Punched a Hole in the Milky Way, Scientists Are Confused >>
* Three ways to travel at (nearly) the speed of light >>
* Flying Car Startup Alaka’i Bets Hydrogen Can Outdo Batteries >>

* NVIDIA Isaac Software Development Kit (SDK) is a developer toolbox for AI-powered robots >>
* NASA has selected three lunar landers to bring science to the moon engadget >>
* Daily Crunch: Leap Motion waves goodbye >>

* Monetise-your-carpark startup Parkable pushes into China >>
* MIT’s sensor-packed glove helps AI identify objects by touch >>
* Pushing a 28-core CPU to its limits: 6GHz and beyond >>

* We Can’t Count on Missile Defense to Defeat Incoming Nukes >>
* An “Internet of Plants” Could Tell Farmers When Crops Need Watering >>
* Robot Boat Wins $4 Million Ocean Floor Mapping XPRIZE >>

* Koala conservation goes high-tech with virtual reality and drones >>
* A Glass Battery That Keeps Getting Better? >>
* Another Step Toward the End of Moore’s Law >>

* After SpaceX Starlink Launch, a Fear of Satellites That Outnumber All Visible Stars >>
* Meet the first private companies that NASA has selected to deliver stuff and things to the Moon >>
* MOONRISE: Melting lunar regolith with lasers to build structures on the Moon >>

* What Mindfulness Can Do for a Team >>
* Why Self-Awareness Isn’t Doing More to Help Women’s Careers >>
* The Real Difference Between Creators and Influencers, It’s not a gender thing. >>
* Unwanted Roles >>

* Boosted’s Rev Might Make You Want to Ditch Scooter Share >>
* Cracking open the black box of automated machine learning >>
* How A Group Of Students Built And Launched A Rocket To Space >>

* Amazon is reportedly interested in buying Boost Mobile >>
* Most of SpaceX’s Starlink internet satellites are already on track >>
* An insider’s look into venture with Andreessen Horowitz’s Scott Kupor >>

* Trump’s Trade War >>
* For all the hubbub about the US-China trade war, trade is a fraction of China’s economy >>
* Huawei Supplier Explains How It Plans to Survive Trump’s Ban >>
* As China Takes Aim, Silicon Valley Braces for Pain >>
* China plans list of ‘unreliable entities’ in retaliation for Huawei ban >>
* Dont Panic About Rare Earth Elements >>

* Uncrewed deep-sea robots will help map the world’s oceans >>
* Vortex Rocket Engine for Private Dream Chaser Space Plane Passes Big Test >>
* Video Friday: This Robot Is Learning to Slice Onions >>

* Single Stage Point to Point Up To 6000 Miles With Mach 20 Starship >>
* Will we all be having sex without human contact by 2050? >>
* Canadian province will prohibit sale of gas-powered cars by 2040 >>

* NASA Hires 3 Companies for Moon Science Deliveries >>
* Lyft reveals it’s given 50,000 self-driving rides >>

* Paul Allen’s Stratolaunch is reportedly shutting down >>
* Phew! James Webb passes its final thermal vacuum test. Still on track for 2021 >>
* 10 Highlights from 2019 SharpBrains Virtual Summit to shape Future of Brain & Mental Health >>

* The Algorithm of The Brain >>
* The Rise of the First Animals >>
* Monkeys Use Alarm Calls to Tell Predators to Scram >>

* Debunking four myths of organic growth >>
* How a quantum computer could break 2048-bit RSA encryption in 8 hours >>
* Startup Seeks to Automate (Most) Code Review >>

* This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through June 1) >>
* Russian Military Moves Closer To Replacing Windows With Astra Linux >>
* Your brain works in space. But when President Kennedy said we’d go to the Moon, we didn’t know that >>

* The hospital is dead, long live the hospital! >>
* Globalization’s next chapter >>
* Four success factors for workforce automation >>

* A Very Rare Planet Discovered. Less Massive than Neptune, Hotter than Mercury. Very Few Should Exist >>
* Facebook is financing a massive solar farm in Texas >>
* Google Blocking Ad Blocking, Security Checklist, Maturity Model, and Software Engineering >>

* New Lego Space Sets Take Kids to Mars, Brick by Brick >>
* Northrop Grumman Investigates Anomaly from 1st OmegA Rocket Motor Test >>

* A CEO’s day in a minute >>
* All The Things We Loved This Month >>

* Part 2: Proposing A Maturity Model for Digital Services >>
* IBM and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Discover Unique, Pathogenic Autoimmune Cells in Type 1 Diabetes >>

* Lack of leadership in open source results in source-available licenses >>
* Uber lost another $1B last quarter >>
* Sea creature uses stem cells to regrow entire body from a tiny piece >>

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