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* 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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