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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 June 2019

* Mary Meeker’s 2019 Trends Report Video >>
* Mary Meeker’s highlights >> >>

* Jaco Is a Low-Power Robot Arm That Hooks to Your Wheelchair >>
* New radar system immune to ‘radar killer’ missiles >>
* Apple and Microsoft made a new iCloud for Windows app >>

* Google Maps Will Tell You If Your Taxi Driver Is Veering Off Course To Rack Up a Higher Fare >>
* AI software reveals the inner workings of short-term memory >>
* Type 1 diabetes: Drug delays onset by 2 years >>

* Algorithm tells robots where nearby humans are headed >>
* Amazon shuts down its restaurant delivery business in the US >>
* AI is worse at identifying household items from lower-income countries >>

* The problem with mindfulness >>
* AWS is now making Amazon Personalize available to all customers >>
* Amazon’s new rewards card targets those with bad credit >>
* Amazon opens its second Go store in New York >>

* E3 2019: Ubisoft’s Uplay plus will bolster Google Stadia with 100+ video games >>
* How gaming on Microsoft xCloud compares to Google Stadia >>
* Phil Spencer: xCloud runs ‘fine’ on 4G >>
* E3 2019: 15 best trailers from the show >>
* Nintendo at E3 2019 in 11 Minutes >>
* Ubisoft at E3 2019 in 14 Minutes >>
* Xbox Briefing at E3 2019 in Under 15 Minutes >>
* AMD’s $749 Ryzen 9 3950X is the ‘world’s first’ 16-core gaming CPU >>
* Real-time ray tracing, and what it means for video games, explained >>
* Assassin’s Creed Odyssey now offers a way for you to create your own quests >>

* Driverless cars are coming for the airlines >>
* Sensitive Whiskers Could Make Small Drones Safer >>
* AI Offers Hope for Earlier Screening for Type 1 Diabetes >>

* Latest Frozen II trailer >>
* Are smart home gyms the future? Companies like FightCamp and Bowflex think so >>

* Immortality is mathematically impossible, new research finds >>
* New Harvard Research Could Be a Step to Human Limb Regeneration >>
* Human Cell Atlas >>

* Traffic jams are a sign of income inequality >>
* Uber to test flying taxis in Melbourne >>
* The Wild-West Era of Streaming TV Is Ending >>

* A computer virus has thrown Philadelphia’s court system into chaos >>
* Microservices Journey from Netflix OSS to Istio Service Mesh >>

* No Kings: How Do You Make Good Decisions Efficiently in a Flat Organization? >>
* a16z Podcast: 10+1 Lessons from a Serial Entrepreneur >>
* PKI for DevOps >>

* TED: 3 Steps To Turn Everyday Get Togethers Into Transformative Gathering >>
* TED: The Most Detailed Map Of Galaxies Black Holes And Stars Ever Made >>
* TED: Everything Happens For_a Reason And Other Lies_ive Loved >>

* University of Southampton Uses USRP and LabVIEW to Change the Way It Teaches Wireless Communications >>
* What If You Could Trick Big Corporations From Stealing Your Data? >>
* AI adoption is being fueled by an improved tool ecosystem >>

* As Alzheimer’s costs soar, startups like Neurotrack raise cash to diagnose and treat the disease >>
* I Wrote This on a 30-Year-Old Computer And it was awesome. >>
* Choosing the Wrong Lane in the Race to 5G >>

* Babies born today will witness the first human colony on Mars and other planets, scientist says >>
* Biomarker Predicts If Pancreatic Cysts Will Become Cancer >>
* Cloud gaming may be great for gamers but bad for energy consumption >>

* Crisp packets made of a new material could be much easier to recycle >>
* Fossil of ‘real-life Loch Ness Monster’ found in Antarctica dating back 70 million years >>

* Robot workers are coming to the Vegas Strip – and they may take jobs >>
* Michael Douglas creates own Hollywood-style trailer in desperate bid to sell £26m Mallorca mansion >>
* Hong Kong high-speed rail link gets a boost with four long-haul routes to Tianjin, Chongqing, Nanning and Zhaoqing >>

* Can Self-Replicating Robots Lead To A Society Without Scarcity? >>
* How the human eye processes pixels >>

* 3D ‘microbatteries’ that could power ultra-low energy wearables >>
* World’s First Hydraulic-Driven Vertical Farm Produces 1 Ton of Vegetables Every Other Day >>
* The future of women at work in the United Kingdom >>

* A Weird Mud Plume May Have Built the Highest Peak on Dwarf Planet Ceres >>
* First Light for NEAR: Searching for Planets around Centauri A and B >>
* NASA Chief Says US Still Aimed at a Moon Return by 2024, Despite Trump Tweet >>

* Rare Meteorites on Earth Forged in Massive Crash on Asteroid Vesta >>
* Carbon Nanotube Thin Film Patch Antennas Viable for 5G, Drones, Sensors and IOT >>
* Graphene Still Difficult to Use and Path to Major Commercialization is Uncertain >>

* Rural China Buying Millions of $3,000 Slow Electric Cars >>
* Samsung Begins 6G Wireless Research Center >>
* Space Gets 100 Times Cheaper By 2023 and We Will Get Moon Bases and More >>

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