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* Walmart Grocery is now offering a $98 per year ‘Delivery Unlimited’ subscription >>
* Uber’s Plan To Deliver McDonald’s Hamburgers By Drone >>
* Adam Savage Built A Real Life ‘Iron Man’ Suit That Can Actually Fly >>

* Facebook’s Photorealistic Simulator For AI Runs At 10,000 FPS >>
* Facebook Open-sources AI Habitat To Help Robots Navigate Realistic Environments >>

* Volvo Trucks’ cabin-less self-driving hauler takes on its first job >>
* There’s Limes, Birds, Blips, Scoots, Bolts, Skips, Flamingos, Jumps and even a Goat >>
* Next Generation Smartsuit Spacesuit with Soft Robotics >>

* Bugs in a popular hospital pump may let attackers alter drug dosages >>
* Adobe trained AI to detect facial manipulation in Photoshop >>
* World’s largest airplane is up for sale for $400 million >>

* Electric scooter recharges in 5 minutes with StoreDot’s new battery, coming to cars next >>
* The new Ben Horowitz management book >>
* What You Do Is Who You Are: How to Create Your Business Culture >>

* In order to reveal planets around another star, a starshade needs to fly 40,000 km away from a telescope, aligned within only 1 meter >>
* 3D-Printed Semiconductor Cube Could Convert Waste Heat to Electricity >>
* Made In Space Blends Manufacturing and Robotics to Build on Orbit >>

* This Parody Of A Boston Dynamics Video Goes Completely Off The Rails >>
* New trailers: Doctor Sleep, Frozen 2, Pennyworth, and more >>
* Black Shark 2’s pressure-sensitive screen makes mobile gaming better >>

* a16z Podcast: The Politics of Technology >>
* a16z Podcast: AI and Your Doctor, Today and Tomorrow >>

* Strange fat cells in our bones grow rather than shrink when we starve >>
* Robotic asteroid mining spacecraft wins a grant from NASA >>

* Video Friday: Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos Tries Dexterous Robot Hands >>
* The Emerging Science of Saunas >>
* Amazon’s Choice Is An Algorithmic Mess >>

* Build your own real-time voice translator application with AWS services >>
* Super-tough drones and robots going where we can’t >>
* This neural network detects whether faces have been Photoshopped >>

* SpaceX Falcon Heavy Will Launch NASA Probe to Study Space Radiation >>
* Tesla wants to make the car ‘the most fun possible’ >>
* #CodeCon, the ‘techlash’ and ill-prepared CEOs >>

* NASA’s 2020 Mars Rover Gets Its 1st Wheels, and a Mast, Too >>
* India Will Launch an Ambitious Moon Orbiter-Lander-Rover Combo in July >>
* Meet Ariane 6 and Vega C: Europe’s New ‘Rideshare’ Rockets (Videos) >>

* Dawn Of Robot Surveillance >>
* Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through June 15) >>
* Largest set of brain scans are helping reveal workings of mind and how diseases ravage the brain >>

* Computers and Video Surveillance >>
* Facebook’s ‘Blood Donation’ tool aims to connect donors to banks in need >>

* E3 2019: Seek out these off-the-wall video games for experiences beyond the norm >>
* A few must-have games from E3 >>
* 4 off-the-wall E3 expo games that are ‘different’ >>
* Lateral thinking: The reason you’ve heard of Nintendo and Marvel >>

* Facebook researchers are building virtual spaces to improve AI and AR >>
* How to make the perfect crêpe according to fluid dynamics >>
* Lamborghini’s Huracán EVO Sees the Future—And Makes You Look Great >>

* Arctic Permafrost Melting 70 Years Sooner Than Expected, Study Finds >>
* Breathe easier with this at-home ionizer that’s on sale >>
* Ask Slashdot: Should All OSs Ship With a Programming Language Built In? >>

* This Underwater Scooter Lets You Explore The Ocean With Breath-taking Ease >>
* ‘Software engineering’ was a joke until the mission to the Moon made it the future >>
* Satellites Equipped With a Tether Would be Able to De-Orbit Themselves at the end of Their Life >>

* The Univariate Fallacy >>
* How modern-life-is-transforming-the-human-skeleton >>
* Aging delayed in older mice given blood component from young mice >>

* That Sleep Tracker Could Make Your Insomnia worse >>
* Why SpaceX is Making Starlink >>
* What Your Dog Says About Your Personality >>

* Scientists Create the World’s Fastest RAM >>
* DevOps Table Stakes: The Minimum Amount Required to Play the Game >>
* Automate Kubernetes with GitOps >>

* AI that makes you more money. >>
* How to a Start Jenkins Build Using the Last Successful Build on a Test Environment >>
* Sega does the retro console right with the fantastic Genesis Mini >>

* Does top-down, state-led innovation work? Just ask Silicon Valley >>
* How US-China tech war is rippling through the global supply chain >>
* Electric Cars: Why Toyota Will Be the Envy of the World >>

* TensorFlow Dev Summit 2019 Summary and Deep Diving into GANs >>
* Estimate the Energy of an Utterly Massive Wind Turbine >>
* SpaceX Starlink Satellite >>

* Cultivating production excellence >>
* Cloud Covered: What was new with Google Cloud in May >>

* Bridging the Internet’s Digital Language Divide >>
* Apple’s new Logic Pro X is built for the Mac Pro >>
* UK could use hydrogen instead of natural gas – if it can make enough >>

* Superweeds are on the brink of becoming resistant to all weedkillers >>
* ‘Virtual Biopsy’ Device Detects Skin Tumors In 15 Minutes >>
* More than half of all Ebola outbreaks are going undetected >>

* High-tech vertical farming is on the rise – but is it any greener? >>
* AMD Is Working On a Monster 64-Core Threadripper CPU, Landing As Early As Q4 2019 >>
* Rush toward ethical AI is leaving many of us behind. >>

* Early Evidence: links deformed proteins with schizophrenia >>
* What Can AI Tell Us About Fine Art? >>
* Melting Arctic Ice Opens a New Fiber Optic Cable Route >>

* International Experiments Selected for China’s Space Station >>
* Are Open Source Developers Being Underfunded and Exploited? >>
* Security Cameras + AI = Dawn of Non-Stop Robot Surveillance >>

* Spies may have used an AI-generated face to infiltrate US politics >>
* These are the Internet of Things devices that are most targeted by hackers >>
* VR and microscopy help scientists see ‘inside’ diseases >>

* Your sleep tracker might make insomnia worse >>
* How Close Are We to Self-Driving Cars, Really? >>
* Namecheap ‘Suspends’ Domain of File-hosting Service Nofile.io >>

* Is Your Neural Net Confused? What Can You Do? >>
* Where IoT, AI & Quantum Computing >>
* A Sneak Peek at Sensors Expo & Conference 2019 >>

* The importance of a growth-leadership mindset in capturing growth >>
* For better healthcare claims management, think “digital first” >>
* Man vs. Machine: IBM’s Supercomputer Wins Debate Against Humans >>

* NATO still hasn’t picked a successor to its ‘eyes in the sky,’ and that could cost big-time >>
* The Ruthless Reality of Amazon’s One-Day Shipping >>
* Revel’s Mopeds Are A Fun Ride Around Brooklyn And Queens >>

* Beyond Serverless: Why We Need A Stateful Data Fabric >>
* LeanFT Cucumber Project With Jenkins Integration >>
* The_political_power_of_being_a_good_neighbor >>

* Meet TezLab, the Fitbit for Tesla vehicles >>
* UploadVR E3 2019: Best Of Show And People’s Choice VR Game Award >>

* Self-Supervised Learning >>
* A Gentle Introduction to Graph Neural Networks (Basics, DeepWalk, and GraphSage) >>

* Does top-down, state-led innovation work? Just ask Silicon Valley >>
* ‘Weapons of economic warfare’: Huawei has 56,492 patents – and it’s not afraid to use them >>
* Huawei ban: why Asian countries are shunning Trump’s blacklist despite concerns >>
* US national security under threat due to Huawei ban >>

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