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* An Amazon engineer made an AI-powered cat flap to stop his cat from bringing home dead animals >>
* Tesla Dry Electrode Batteries Will Enable Large Passenger Electric Planes >>
* We could kill cancer cells by hijacking their odd electrical current >>

* US Restarts Trade Talks With China and Talks With North Korea >>
* Which Will Be First to Space – the SpaceX Starship or the SLS? >>
* What Boeing’s 737 MAX Has to Do With Cars: Software >>

* How Self-Driving Cars Can Figure Out Parking >>
* Royal Navy to develop autonomous AI mine-hunter >>
* Startup packs all 16GB of Wikipedia onto DNA strands to demonstrate new storage tech >>

* Xi-Trump summit in Osaka brings trade truce, more talks and hope for Huawei >>
* Despite Donald Trump and Xi Jinping’s G20 handshake, mistrust and disputes persist >>
* China’s high-speed rail network has been low speed in adoption – but that’s set to change >>
* Trump says he could lift Huawei sanctions after Xi meeting >>

* Huawei opens largest store in Oman >>
* SpaceX is in communication with all but three of 60 Starlink satellites one month after launch >>
* Culture War Has Finally Come For Wikipedia >>

* TED How to ask for help – and get a “yes” >>
* TED Your are not alone in your lonelines TED Your are not alone in your lonelines >>
* New trailers: Hobbs & Shaw, Charlie’s Angels, and more >>

* Celebrate the Promise of Planetary Defense This Asteroid Day >>
* GAO Recommends NASA Develop Contingency Plan for ISS Access Amid Commercial Crew Delays >>
* A ‘Sonic Black Hole’ Could Help Solve A Cosmic Paradox >>

* Apple says that it’s focused on quality over quantity when it comes to its TV shows >>
* Challenges of IT Automation >>
* Software Developers Need These Killer Soft Skills >>

* Tom’s Tech Notes: How to Innovate Better [Podcast] >>
* Middle Managers, the Flow of Ideas, and Innovation >>
* First round-the-world autogyro flight >>

* The 203 moons of our solar system >>
* Non-English-based programming languages >>
* Facebook’s Prototype VR Face Tracking Got Even Better >>

* a16z Podcast: Entrepreneurs, Then and Now >>
* Revive & Restore Releases Ocean Genomics Horizon Scan >>
* Long-Lived Institutions >>

* Greed Is to Blame for the Radicalization of Social Media >>
* NASA’s Mars 2020 Rover Gets 7-Foot-Long Robotic Arm >>
* NZ secures ‘huge’ part of US Amazon Lord of the Rings production >>

* *The Nonsense Factory: The Making and Breaking of the American Legal System* >>
* A Dream Team: parametric quantum circuit + Jupyter notebook with widgets + Qubiter >>
* Can AI Save the Internet from Fake News? >>

* How DNA ‘hotspots’ snarl the search for cancer genes >>
* Is AlphaZero any good without the tree search? >>
* Face-Reading AI Will Tell Police When Suspects Are Hiding Truth >>

* Building a Practical AI Medical Imaging System >>
* Data Privacy Splits Global AI Race >>
* Where Security Meets Privacy in the 21st Century >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 June 2019

* NASA Is Sending This Flying Robot to Saturn’s Moon Titan, looking for signs of life >>
* French Scientists Claim to Have Created Metallic Hydrogen >>
* Five automakers back Toyota’s and Softbank’s self-driving business >>

* Trump to lift some restrictions on Huawei as part of China truce >>
* Huawei can buy from US suppliers again — but things will never be the same >>
* Huawei rollercoaster continues as Google gets a green light to license Android again >>
* A China-U.S. Trade Truce Could Enshrine a Global Economic Shift >>

* NASA reopens Apollo mission control in time for Moon landing anniversary >>

* Famed Apple designer Jony Ive is leaving to start his own firm >>
* Apple will be fine without Jony Ive >>
* Backup Laser to Revive Aeolus Wind-Sensing Satellite >>

* SpaceX plans to launch Starship’s first commercial flight in 2021 >>
* Responsible AI: Putting our principles into action >>
* A cure for baldness is on the way as scientists successfully grow ‘unlimited’ hair on mice using stem cells >>

* Moondust, Radiation, and Low Gravity: The Health Risks of Living on the Moon >>
* Robot Squid and Robot Scallop Showcase Bio-inspired Underwater Propulsion >>
* Shipping Industry Bets Big on IoT in Bid to Save Billions >>

* New Balance’s Latest Shoes Come With 3D-Printed Soles >>

* DeepNude: AI photo app stripped clothes from women to render them naked. Now, it’s stripped from web >>
* Heartbeat Identity, Seam Carving, Q&A Facilitation, and Secure Data in Distributed Systems >>

* Robotic Arm Packs Boxes With A.I. Guidance >>
* Scientists observe neural activity in lab-grown mini-BRAINS >>
* From Miniature Satellites to Giant Sun Shields–the Extreme Technology Transforming Space Engineering >>

* How a martial arts gym trained me to build an inclusive culture >>
* You must resist Big Brother in upcoming Ubisoft video game ‘Watch Dogs: Legion’ >>

* Empowering wheelchair users with a socially assistive robot running on Amazon Machine Learning >>
* After Failed Beresheet Landing, SpaceIL Will Go Someplace Besides the Moon >>
* NASA Gearing Up for Big Test of Orion Crew Capsule Next Week >>

* Progress on Asteroid Discovery, Impact Mitigation >>
* AI Job Market Cools Off to a Steady Boil >>
* Asteroid Day 2019 is Actually Five Days and Already Started Livestreaming >>

* Future Elon and SpaceX Domination Will Be Like Rockefeller and Standard Oil >>
* How the Potential Tech Worker Exodus from Britain Benefits Ireland >>
* JumpStart Guide to Cloud-Based Firewalls in AWS >>

* That this AI can simulate universes in 30ms is not the scary part. It’s that its creators don’t know why it works so well >>
* AT&T’s 5G network hits (parts of) Las Vegas >>
* Airplane Contrails Will Do Triple the Damage They Do Today By 2050, Study Finds >>

* Mysterious Extragalactic Flash Pinpointed for 2nd Time Ever >>
* Alphabet’s cybersecurity company Chronicle will join Google Cloud >>
* Bridging the gap between research and the classroom >>

* Enterprise SaaS revenue hits $100B run rate, led by Microsoft and Salesforce >>
* Eufy RoboVac 11s robot vacuum is on sale for just $149 at Amazon >>
* Google is building a new private subsea cable between Portugal and South Africa >>

* Google launches a new portal for small businesses >>
* Nonprofit Workplaces >>
* The New Charlie’s Angels Trailer Is Here >>

* Valve Index review: Next-level VR >>
* Gettysburg Address stored in DNA using a binary code made of holes >>
* A Fast Radio Burst has Finally Been Traced Back to its Source: the Outskirts of a Galaxy 4 Billion Light-Years Away >>

* Spores in Space: Mold Can Withstand Radiation Doses That Would Kill a Human >>
* Do Advanced Engineering Degrees Matter? >>
* Ossia’s Wireless Charging Tech Could Be Available By Next Year >>

* Teleportation of Quantum Information In Diamond Is Big for Quantum Communication >>
* Rocket Lab Launches 7 Small Satellites to Orbit >>
* A New Approach to Treat Mental Illness: Electrical Engineering >>

* Apollo 11 Tapes Bought by NASA Intern for $218 Could Fetch Millions at Auction >>
* Boeing’s 737 Max Software Outsourced To Lower-Paid Engineers >>
* Crocodiles Went Through a Vegetarian Phase, Too >>

* Researchers developed a sensing system to constantly track the performance of workers >>
* AI needs more health data if it’s to help cure the world >>
* Recommended Reading: Algorithms and school surveillance >>

* Startups at the speed of light: Lidar CEOs put their industry in perspective >>
* SIM-swap cell phone hacking horror stories >>
* With a single wiretap, police collected 9.2 million text messages >>

* Aerial Drone Photography: The Secret is in the Lens >>
* Anti-Alzheimer’s Protein Complex Identified >>
* Google Is Giving Away AI That Can Build Your Genome Sequence >>

* Latest claim of turning hydrogen into a metal may be the most solid yet >>
* Machine learning makes a better Luke Skywalker hand >>
* New AI programming language goes beyond deep learning >>

* Top 5 Artificial Intelligence Books to Read in 2019 >>
* Development in the mobility technology ecosystem—how can 5G help? >>
* Defining a public-cloud strategy: An interview with Michael Ørn >>

* Driving toward growth: Making difficult decisions and placing the customer first >>
* Matching talent to value >>
* Wearable technology started by tracking steps. Soon, it may allow your boss to track your performance. >>

* ActionDash 3.0’s new ‘Focus’ mode keeps Android users on task >>
* The Six Is The Best Travel Luggage Ever Designed >>

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