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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 June 2019

* This flying motorcycle takes coolness to new heights >>
* This autonomous firefighting robot is badass — Strictly Robots >>
* German circus uses 3D holograms instead of real animals >>

* Catch-22 That Broke the Internet >>
* Forget the porch. Walmart will deliver groceries right to your fridge starting this fall >>

* E3 2019: Video games are following data and video into the cloud. >>
* What to expect at E3 2019: Live stream info, games galore, and maybe a new Xbox? >>
* Video Friday: Humanoid Robot Digit Takes a Stroll Downtown >>

* Yoga keeps the mind and body young, 22 clinical trials show >>
* SpaceX Falcon Heavy Launch Delayed 2 Days to June 24 >>
* A Radar to Watch You in Your Car >>

* Introducing Google Research Football >>
* Engineering a Medical Revolution; Manufacturing immunotherapies in machines >>
* Scanning Your Eyes for Alzheimer’s >>

* Personality, Gender, and Age in the Language of Social Media: The Open-Vocabulary Approach >> >>
* The Skim Reaper Is Coming to Protect You From Credit Card Theft >>
* This Robot Ostrich Can Ride Around on Hovershoes >>

* Google: Cutting us off from Huawei is a security risk >>
* Google continues to preach multi-cloud approach with Looker acquisition >>
* 360-Foot Asteroid Just Shot Past Earth At Nearly 50,000 MPH >>

* For Two Hours, European Mobile Traffic Was Rerouted Through China >>
* FedEx ends express delivery contract with Amazon >>
* Behind the wheel of Lamborghini’s supercomputer on wheels >>

* World View’s Stratollite Balloon Stays Aloft for 16 Days on Key Test Mission >>
* Pioneering Deep-Space Atomic Clock Taking Flight This Month >>
* PBS Series ‘Chasing the Moon’ Takes a New Look at the Apollo-Era Space Race >>

* A Weird ‘Radio Bridge’ 10 Million-Light Years Long Links Colliding Galaxy Clusters >>
* ‘Space Racers’ Contest Brings Grandparents’ Apollo Memories to Kids >>
* Turning unstructured text into insights with Bewgle powered by AWS >>

* The Purpose Of Life Is Not Happiness: It’s Usefulness >>
* The power of doing nothing at all >>

* Telomere length unaffected by smoking: study >>
* Algorithm provides customized caffeine strategy for alertness >>
* Tackling bias in artificial intelligence (and in humans) >>

* Audi proves two little screens are better than one big screen >>
* AI Course with Sebastian Thrun and Peter Norvig: Udacity Course >>
* Amazon says drone deliveries coming ‘within months’ >>
* Harvard breakthrough shows stem cells can be genetically edited in the body >>

* Humans ingest at least 50,000 plastic particles a year >>
* Are we confusing money with well-being? New Zealand’s leaders believe so. >>
* Empathy in healthcare is finally making a comeback >>

* Behind Lamborghini’s supercomputer on wheels >>
* What Is the Black Hole Information Paradox? >>
* IEEE President Moura on the Importance of Financial Transparency >>

* We Have Room to Add 35% More Trees Globally to Store 160 Billion Tons of CO2 >>
* Quantum Computer Encryption Breaking Breakthrough >>

* Visual Studio Code 1.35: Remote Development, TypeScript and (sigh) another new icon >>
* AT&T’s streaming bundle with HBO could start at $16 >>
* Bezos Says Amazon Will Bet Even Bigger Despite Antitrust Probes >>

* Every New Employee Needs an Onboarding “Buddy” >>
* Cisco to buy IoT security, management firm Sentryo >>
* Drug makes tumors more susceptible to chemo >>

* Energy of Deep Learning, Open Source Game Clones, Better Batteries, and Video Magic >>
* GANs for Good: Digitizing Sketches of the Earth’s Surface with the AI Behind Deep Fakes >>
* Google Maps shows your speed while you’re driving >>

* Google Search won’t show more than two top results from the same site >>
* NASA’s Mars Helicopter begins final testing phase before 2020 mission >>
* Helping Stay-at-Home Parents Reenter the Workforce >>

* How The World Might End, According To Stuff You Should Know’s Josh Clark >>
* Jeff Bezos wants to build the infrastructure for space startups >>
* NASA declares International Space Station ‘open for business,’ including private astronaut visits >>

* Neurons’ “antennae” are unexpectedly active in neural computation >>
* A generic drug from Argentina offers cystic fibrosis families hope >>
* AWS DeepRacer League: June race gets underway, as first Virtual Circuit champion crowned! >>

* Anyone can now play with sophisticated AIs thanks to a desktop app >>
* As Predicted Some Of Australias Turtles Are Going Extinct >>
* Bad Night’s Sleep Can Spike Your Blood Pressure >>

* Huge asteroid that hit the moon may be preserved below the surface >>
* NASA will let people pay to stay on the International Space Station >>
* You might be able to play third-party video games on your Tesla soon >>

* Finding the future of care provision: the role of smart hospitals >>
* Robot baristas are latest front in South Korea automation push >>
* Private Astronauts Could Spend a Month in Space Under New NASA Plan >>

* Jeff Bezos says space exploration is needed to ‘save the Earth’ and claims Blue Origin will build the infrastructure to get humans to other planets >>
* NASA’s Mars Helicopter has passed another flight test >>
* 1.2 billion reasons Singapore tech firms think Africa is next big thing >>

* Does pornography still drive the internet? >>
* Powerful CRISPR upgrade uses ‘jumping genes’ to directly insert DNA >>
* Creating an AI can be five times worse for the planet than a car >>

* There’s a fundamental limit to the amount of energy our bodies can use >>
* Oozing white mucus from giant salamanders makes excellent medical glue >>
* Computex a wild ride with dueling chip releases, new laptops and 467 startups >>

* Telemedicine Makes It Safe to Get Abortion Drugs in the Mail >>
* AI-powered subreddit has been simulating the real thing for years >>
* Urban-X accelerator backs seven new companies pitching services for the world’s cities >>

* Robust.AI launches to build an industrial-grade cognitive platform for robots >>
* Robocalls Can Now Get Blocked By Your Carrier By Default >>
* Ocado plans to pack up fragile fruit and vegetables with robotic ‘soft hands’ >>

* If Your Managers Aren’t Engaged, Your Employees Won’t Be Either >>
* IBM Research AI Moves Machine Learning Forward at ICML 2019 >>
* Software Engineering for Machine Learning, Generalizations in Learning, Computer Dance, and Firefighting in Product Development >>

* Congress Is Debating—Again—Whether Genes Can Be Patented >>
* Companies Expect Climate Change to Cost Them $1 Trillion in 5 Years >>
* Communities in the cloud >>

* Cisco wil use AI/ML to boost intent-based networking >>
* Autonomous ‘roboats’ can assemble into floating structures >>
* Apple reportedly exploring acqui-hire of self-driving startup Drive.ai >>

* Amazon using AI to help you shop for clothes with StyleSnap >>
* Amazon debuts a pair of new warehouse robots >>
* A Mythical Form of Space Propulsion Finally Gets a Real Test >>

* 100 percent renewable energy, for the second year in a row >>
* Is Amazon’s Satellite Ground Station Service Ready for Primetime? >>
* NASA’s Parker Solar Probe May Solve 500-Year-Old Sun Mystery >>

* Engineers are Still Troubleshooting Why Mars InSight’s Mole is Stuck and Won’t Go Any Deeper >>
* This Is How NASA Hopes to Get a Heat Probe Digging on Mars Again >>

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