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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 June 2019

* Walmart is using AI-powered cameras to prevent theft at checkout lanes >>
* Blue Origin fires up the engine of its future Moon lander for the first time >>
* A self-assembled nanoscale robotic arm controlled by electric fields >>

* Iran ‘ready for war’ after its shot down US drone as tensions rise between the nations >>
* Tesla Model 3 Spoofed off the highway – Regulus Navigation System Hack Causes Car to Turn On Its Own >>

* Facebook’s currency could be the biggest thing since the internet >>
* Enabling end-to-end machine learning pipelines in real-world applications >>

* Netflix experiment rumbles your phone during shows >>
* Facebook’s Libra Is Already Hitting Turbulence >>
* a16z Podcast: The History and Future of Machine Learning with Professor Tom Mitchell >>

* Top 10 Threats to Cloud Security >>
* TED The living tech we need to support human life on other planets >>

* New deepfake tech turns a single photo and audio file into a singing video portrait >>
* The evolution of cognitive architecture will deliver human-like AI >>
* Baby space race: Moscow scientist vows to ensure first child born in space is Russian >>

* SpaceX is about to launch a sail propelled through space by sunshine >>
* Asteroids, research, robots: Poll shows Americans don’t want a space program focused on moon >>
* Watch The World’s Fastest Lawnmower Hit 100 MPH In Seconds >>

* Facebook’s Libra won’t be as power-hungry as Bitcoin >>
* Slack >>
* Six governing considerations to modernize marketing >>

* The Problem With HR >>
* Could Amazon spy on your home? Tech giant’s plans for neighbourhood patrol drones spark fears >>
* Waymo strikes a deal with Nissan-Renault to bring driverless cars to Japan and France >>

* China’s robot makers are hooked on subsidies, highlighting another red line in US-China trade war >>
* China expert lays out trillion yuan nuclear path for belt and road plan >>
* Kung fu shrine Shaolin Temple goes 5G >>

* Chinese manufacturer ready to launch next-gen subway cars >>
* Bystack—Blockchain as a Service Platform (BaaS) >>
* The Peculiar Blindness of Experts >>
* Long-term Thinking in a Start-up Town >>

* 5G phones and your health: What you need to know >>
* Is Workplace Privacy Dead? >>
* Everything coming to (and going from) Netflix in July 2019 >>

* AI tech to secure runways at Beijing airports >>
* Universal CICD pipeline for K8S on AWS >>
* Neural Network Embeddings Explained >>

* Watch scientists melt a satellite part to save us from space junk >>
* A miniature robot that could check colons for early signs of disease >>
* A guidebook for heavy industry’s digital journey >>

* A new chip lets robots “imagine” their actions before they make a move >>
* Your nose knows when it comes to stronger memories >>
* Researchers to develop handheld device to diagnose skin cancer >>
* 16 brilliant products with over 1,000 great reviews on Amazon >>

* Weather forecasts could soon pin extreme events on climate change >>
* Microsoft launches new AI tools for PowerPoint to coach you on your presentation skills and flag swear words >>
* Japan wants to launch the first ever rover to visit a Martian moon >>
* Self-documenting code is (mostly) nonsense >>

* From FrAgile to Agile with the Stakeholders’ Buy-in >>
* Is Software Development a Dead End Job After 35? >>
* Balancing People, Process, and Technology for a True Agile Transformation >>
* Understanding React Using Your Angular Knowledge >>

* Using AI to Spot Depression In Children >>
* Unit Testing With @Async Calls >>
* Microservices Architectures: Event Driven Approach >>
* Britain’s first hydrogen-powered locomotive hits the UK’s tracks >>

* Signify’s LiFi system promises up to 150 Mbps internet via LED lights >>
* Researchers were surprised to find bungee jumpers’ cognition was enhanced after a jump >>
* Oracle Issues Emergency Update To Patch Actively Exploited WebLogic Law >>

* No, your smart TV isn’t catching viruses >>
* Nissan’s zero-emission ice cream truck uses recycled EV batteries >>
* New MongoDB field-level encryption can help prevent data breaches >>

* NASA’s X-59 supersonic jet will have a 4K TV instead of a forward window >>
* Microsoft gives Immersive Reader the AI treatment >>
* Lexus makes camera and radar safety features standard for 2020 cars >>

* Korean Cars Are Officially the Best, a Blood-Powered Robot, and More News >>
* Hopper app now predicts hotel prices around the world >>
* Google adds ‘Welcome Offers’ to its store and restaurant listings >>

* Decades of spy satellite images help track melting Himalayan glaciers >>
* Cisco connects with IBM to simplify hybrid cloud deployment >>
* California has let two Chinese startups offer robotaxis to the public >>

* Boeing To Use Computer Simulations Instead of Physical Certification Tests For Some Aircraft >>
* Approaching the magnetic singularity >>
* Airbus deploys Microsoft’s HoloLens, pushes mixed reality plans further >>
* A Shitty Robot Tesla Truck, Facebook’s New Cryptocurrency, and More News >>

* Is the Future of Space Exploration a Flock of Robots or a Trillion People? >>
* BepiColombo Spacecraft Snaps Selfies En Route to Mercury >>
* US Postal Service Celebrates Apollo 11 Moon Landing with ‘Forever’ Stamps >>

* Secretive Startup SpinLaunch Gets 1st Launch Contract for US Military >>
* Quantum Sensing With Squeezed State of Light Reduces Noise >>
* The Factories of the Future Will Be Fast, Flexible, and Free of Wires >>

* This Is What 2 Dozen Satellites Look Like Packed for Launch on a SpaceX Falcon Heavy >>
* Orbit Fab Demonstrates Satellite Refueling Technology on Space Station >>
* NASA Wants Robots to Sniff Out Moon Pits for Astronaut Homes >>
* Breakthrough Listen Releases 1 Million Gigabytes of Data from Its Search for E.T. >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 June 2019

* Facebook to launch cryptocurrency for FB users >>
* Dishcraft Robotics Takes Over Dishwashing From Humans >>
* How Far Will Google’s Billion-Dollar Bay Area Housing Plan Go? >>

* Chinese police track four missing children using AI >>
* a16z Podcast: The History and Future of Machine Learning >>

* Smart Speaker Listens for Audible Signs of Cardiac Arrest >>
* SpaceX Super Heavy Starship Presentation in July 2019 >>
* World’s First “Quantum Drone” for Impenetrable Air-to-Ground Data Links Takes Off >>

* Spy satellite images reveal Himalaya glacier ice losses have doubled >>
* YouTube facing investigation from federal government over inability to protect children >>
* YouTube executives reportedly mulling over removing all children’s content from main site >>

* Apple said to ask suppliers, including Foxconn, to explore major shift out of China to Southeast Asia >>
* NASA’s future Moon rocket will probably be delayed and over budget yet again: audit >>
* Amazing Moon Photos from NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter >>

* Bulletproof suits could soon be a reality as 3D-printed armour is created >>
* ESA plans triple spacecraft to lurk in wait for a speedy comet >>
* Robotic fish powered by electronic blood can swim for 36 hours >>

* NASA’s Deep Space Atomic Clock leaves Earth on June 24th >>
* A Plan to Stop Breaches With Dead Simple Database Encryption >>
* Voice2Face, DIY Minivac, Cloud Metrics, and Envoy for Mobile >>

* How To Find Malicious Backdoors and Business Logic Vulnerabilities in Your Code >>
* Continuous Delivery with Jenkins Workflow and Docker Explained >>
* TensorFlow for Deep Learning (Part 1) >>

* It’s Surprisingly Easy to Hack the Precision Time Protocol >>
* How to Deploy a Container to The IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service >>
* Data Lakes Are Not Just For Big Data >>

* Serverless Architecture: Why Tech Companies Are Using it in 2019 >>
* IT Lessons Aren’t Just Learned at the Office >>
* 11 Value Proposition errors that keep tech startups at the Kiddie Table >>
* Why your standups aren’t as productive as they could be. >>

* Using CRISPR to resurrect the dead >>
* TeslaBot; Meet Elon The virtual assistant for your Tesla >>
* What a deepfake video of Mark Zuckerberg reveals about how we’re manipulated online >>

* Why Game Streaming Will Finally Work >>
* Study identifies protein that causes ‘exhaustion’ of immune system cells >>
* Start-Up Nation Central turns to chefs and urban farming, with in-house bistro >>

* Fully Restored, Apollo-Era Saturn IB Rocket Returns to NASA Display >>
* Breaks in the Perfect Symmetry of the Universe Could Be a Window Into Completely New Physics >>
* NASA to Seek Proposals for Lunar Gateway Logistics >>

* NASA’s Getting Ready to Explore the Corpse of an Ancient Planet in the Asteroid Belt >>
* Weekly Space Hangout: June 19, 2019 – Corey Gray, Lead Operator at the LIGO Hanford Observatory >>
* 3D Printing of Hypersonic Missile Swarms >>

* Here’s one great way to use your tech skills >>
* Advancing to Cheaper Extraction of Uranium from Seawater >>
* How to Build an Endpoint Security Strategy in AWS >>

* Engineers 3-D print flexible mesh for ankle and knee braces >>
* New Gene Targeting Cancer Drugs And Other Advances in Cancer Medicine >>
* Transmission Failure Causes Nationwide Blackout in Argentina >>

* World’s Fastest Supercomputer Triples Performance to 445 PetaFLOPS >>
* Whale Breaches Out Of Nowhere, Scares The Bejesus Out Of Swimmer >>
* AI Models Predict Breast Cancer with Radiologist-Level Accuracy >>

* Adam Sandler’s ‘Murder Mystery’ breaks Netflix viewing records >>
* Apple TV is getting picture-in-picture video playback >>
* Is American Micromobility a Bust? >>

* From one brain scan, more information for medical artificial intelligence >>
* Geely is turning to Zenuity as its self-driving software supplier >>
* Google promises $1 billion to fight housing crisis >>

* How to Move from Self-Awareness to Self-Improvement >>
* House chairwoman wants Facebook to pause work on its cryptocurrency >>
* How Libra, Facebook’s Cryptocurrency, Would Work for You >>

* New trend report: Into Z Future >>
* Microsoft delivers public preview of Azure Bastion service for remotely accessing VMs more securely >>
* Microsoft releases first test build of Windows Server 20H1 >>

* Robotic dishwasher saves restaurants from drudgery >>
* Surveillance Capitalism >>

* Tally’s Jason Brown on fintech’s first debt roboadvisor and an automated financial future >>
* Latest version of Monopoly is voice-activated >>
* ‘Alexa, monitor my heart’: Tool for smart speakers could tell if you are having a cardiac arrest >>

* SpaceX satellite launch raises questions: Who owns the sky? Everyone or the wealthy few? >>
* BRAIN SCANS OFFER CLUES TO EXTREMIST VIOLENCE >>
* By the Numbers: Vaccines Are Safe >>

* Now your phone can become a robot that does the boring work >>
* This AI that can generate a 3D walking model from a single still image or painting >>
* Rules of brain architecture revealed in large study of neuron shape and electrophysiology >>

* Two new Earth-like planets found in ‘habitable zone’ of nearby star >>
* Computer-generated fake faces on social media appear to be work of spy agencies >>
* Maciej Cegłowski on Privacy in the Information Age >>

* The future of personalization—and how to get ready for it >>
* Modular construction: From projects to products >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 June 2019

* Your Google Calendar Isn’t Safe, an Eye-Controlled TV, and More News >>
* First steps taken for vaccine pills >>
* Scrum gone wild in 15 cartoons >>

* Scientists Use Sound To See Around Corners >>
* Goldman Sachs is sounding the alarm: Tech stocks are overvalued >>
* Is YouTube too big to fix everything? >>

* CARMENES: Two Habitable Zone Planets around a Nearby Red Dwarf >>
* DeepMind Teaches AI Teamwork >>
* New Website Replays Apollo 11 First Moon Landing Mission in Real Time >>

* Laundry day in space: How do astronauts wash their clothes? >>
* MongoDB gets a data lake, new security features and more >>
* Microsoft to add more smarts, plus a presentation coach, to PowerPoint >>

* Volvo’s self-driving buses and trucks will run on NVIDIA tech >>
* What Post Scarcity Means >>
* World Population Expected to Reach 9.7 Billion in 2050, United Nations Reports >>

* IBM AI helps predict breast cancer a year before it appears >>
* Why are we so pessimistic? >>
* Automated cryptocode generator is helping secure the web >>

* Fully Automated Luxury Communism: a timely vision >>
* Two hours of nature per week is critical to your wellbeing, Exeter Medical School researchers say >>

* Magnet Sets World Record at 45.5 Teslas >>
* 6 Traits of Strong Family Businesses >>
* Speed Breeding Lets Us Develop Six Generations of Crops Instead of Two Each Year >>

* What to Expect When LightSail 2 Launches into Space >>
* Watch Scientists Melt a Satellite Part to See How Stuff Burns Up During Reentry >>
* Twin NASA Satellites Will Ride SpaceX Falcon Heavy to Study Earth’s Ionosphere >>

* Inflatable Heat Shield Could Deliver Heavy Payloads to Worlds With a Thick Atmosphere >>
* NASA Is Tracking One of Earth’s Most Valuable Resources — Water >>
* Safety Panel Calls on NASA to Apply Commercial Crew Lessons for Artemis >>

* A severe autoimmune condition may be triggered by ‘good’ gut bacteria >>
* 2 billion people will need this tech by 2050: Injured vet shares the good and bad >>
* Lenovo Yoga Chromebook C630 review: killer 4K display >>

* J.P. Morgan working on a secretive digital banking project >>
* MIT researchers develop robot that can learn to identify objects based on sight and touch >>

* People hate flying, and it could lead to the demise of the airline industry >>
* Commercial space companies have received $7.2 billion in government investment since 2000 >>
* YouTuber Simone Giertz transformed a Tesla Model 3 into a pickup truck >>

* Uber air taxi designs: six eVTOL vehicles that could take you on your first trip >>
* Chinese app Manbang handled US$100 billion worth of goods a year by matching shippers with truckers >>
* It’s quiet out there: scientists fail to hear signals of alien life >>

* Google search results will show where song lyrics come from >>
* Cloud Technology Impact on Big Enterprises >>
* Routing External Traffic Into Your Kubernetes Services >>

* Would Facebook be better if we paid for it? >>
* Scientists amazed as Canadian permafrost thaws 70 years early >>
* Apache NiFi Overview >>
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* Examining the Essential Elements >>
* Amazon expands air cargo fleet with 15 more planes, will have 70 planes by 2021 >>
* Two potentially life-friendly planets found orbiting a nearby star >>

* New York set to legalize e-scooters and e-bikes >>
* New Deepfake Algorithm Allows You To Text-Edit the Words of a Speaker In a Video >>
* Microsoft finally releases Hyper-V Server 2019 >>

* Is your product’s AI annoying people? >>
* Perspectives and Approaches in AI Ethics: East Asia >>

* Chinese Scientist Defends Splicing Human Brain Gene Into Monkeys >>
* *CRINGE* Guy Uncomfortably Has To Rate 10 Women By Their Looks And Personalities >>
* $500,000 for a computer? How much did a computer cost the year you were born? >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 June 2019

* Comcast built an eye-control remote to help users with movement issues >>
* Domino’s will use self-driving vehicles to deliver pizza in Houston >>
* Daily Crunch: Huawei predicts $30B in lost revenue >>

* MIT develops a system to give robots more human senses >>
* Mobile phones could soon protect themselves against pickpockets by detecting thieves and vibrating rapidly so the device is too ‘slippery’ to be picked up >>
* NASA reveals how magnetic field around the giant black hole at centre of Milky Way has stopped it from devouring the matter around it >>

* Comcast adds gaze control to its accessible remote software >>
* Multiverse Databases, Detecting Photoshopping, Simulation Platform, and Tail-Call Optimization: The Musical >>
* Germans can soon use their iPhones as virtual ID cards >>

* Intel is doing the hard work necessary to make sure robots can operate your microwave >>
* Hubble Space Telescope Spots Explosive Galaxy >>
* Waymo’s self-driving Jaguar I-Pace vehicles are now testing on public roads >>

* New trailers: Doctor Sleep, Frozen 2, Pennyworth, and more >>
* Over-the-air wireless charging will come to smartphones >>
* Social Responsibility Report 2018; Creating change that matters >>

* Silicon And Your Phone Could Lead To Home Diagnostics >>
* What AI “App Stores” Will Mean for Radiology >>
* Dogs evolved a special muscle that lets them make puppy dog eyes >>

* How the internet is affecting the human brain: Multitasking and relying on Google to jog our memories is impacting on our concentration and social skills >>
* Mobile phones are changing the human skeleton: People spend so much time hunched over screens that ‘bony spikes’ are developing on the backs of our skulls >>
* Hospitals may divert ambulances to avoid treating certain patients >>

* AI could be the key to catching Type 1 diabetes much earlier >>
* AI-Aided Video Surveillance Will Watch and Silently Judge Us >>
* Bill Gates just backed a chip startup that uses light to turbocharge AI >>

* Study identifies protein that causes ‘exhaustion’ of immune system cells >>
* Samsung TVs should be regularly virus-checked, company says >>

* Data, Surveillance, and the AI Arms Race >>
* NASA Eyes Wild Space Tech Ideas to Mine the Moon (and Asteroids, Too!) >>
* NASA’s ‘Green’ Fuel Will Make Its Space Debut on SpaceX Falcon Heavy Mission >>

* California Tests a Digital ‘Fire Alarm’ for Mental Distress >>
* 360-Degree Infinity Pool for a London Skyscraper is “A Little Bit James Bond” >>

* Adobe’s new painting and drawing app will be called Adobe Fresco >>
* 7,000 Developers Report Their Top Languages: Java, JavaScript, and Python >>
* How the US Military’s Latest Surveillance Technology Was Inspired by Hollywood >>

* NASA Wants to Build a ‘Starshade’ to Hunt Alien Planets. Here’s How It Would Work >>
* ESA Advanced Concepts Team Interstellar Workshop >>
* Book recommendations–present, future and past >>

* ESO’s Very Large Telescope Upgrade Aids Hunt for Habitable Exoplanets >>
* Clockwise nabs $11M Series A to make your calendar smarter >>
* Enterprise app management made simpler with managed Google Play iframe >>

* ‘Game of Thrones’ Star Lena Headey Wanted a ‘Better Death’ for Cersei >>
* Fish and chips could be off the menu as global warming threatens >>
* Who should pay when medical drugs become too expensive to buy? >>

* American Airlines now offers satellite-based Wi-Fi access across its mainline fleet >>
* Where do atoms come from? Billions of years of cosmic fireworks. >>
* India plans to launch space station by 2030 >>

* In Praise of Dadfluencers >>
* Teaching artificial intelligence to connect senses like vision and touch >>
* ‘Genius’ Site Said It Used Morse Code To Catch Google Stealing Song Lyrics >>

* Relativity to Build Factory for 3D-Printed Rockets at NASA’s Stennis Space Center >>
* Sunrise, Sunset: Amazing Astronaut Views Show Our Changing Planet from Space >>
* Breaking ground, IBM Haifa team holds live robot debate fed by crowd arguments >>

* A Comprehensive Hands-on Guide to Transfer Learning with Real-World Applications in Deep Learning >>
* why-mazda-is-purging-touchscreens-from-its-vehicles >>
* Amazon Prime Day 2019: Leaked start date, plus some items already on sale >>

* Tim Cook says Silicon Valley has created too much chaos >>
* 2020 Polestar 1 first drive review: Powering the future >>
* How to Invest in AI >>

* New York is poised to legalize electric scooters and bikes >>
* Cloud Technology Impact on Big Enterprises >>
* How Cloud is Boosting Global Digital Transformation >>

* 5_challenges_we_could_solve_by_designing_new_proteins >>
* Global AI chip market to grow tenfold in next five years: white paper >>
* First test run for train on line to Beijing’s new Daxing airport >>

* Ericsson, Nokia secure key 5G contracts in China >>
* A WEEK WITH THE UK’S FIRST 5G NETWORK: SPEED, COVERAGE, AND MORE >>
* Video of a robot getting beaten is fake, but feeling sorry for machines is no joke >>

* Bring the Flying-V Hype Down to Earth >>
* This Man’s World Record-Setting Pyramid Is Made Up Of Over One Million Pennies >>
* SIM swap horror story: I’ve lost decades of data and Google won’t lift a finger >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 June 2019

* 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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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 June 2019

* Create 3D games with friends, no experience required >>
* A robot has learned to use irony and now people like it more >>
* Spy used AI-generated face to connect with targets >>

* Starsky Robotics Becomes First Uncrewed Truck To Hit 55 MPH >>
* Honda’s latest Mean Mower is the fastest accelerating lawnmower. >>
* AI system to end ‘leaves on the line’ by predicting buildups before they cause delays for train commuters >>

* Building hybrid blockchain/cloud applications with Ethereum and Google Cloud >>
* Elon Musk Says Tesla Is Working On a James Bond-Style Submarine Car >>

* Laser Destroys Cancer Cells Circulating in the Blood >>
* The Perfect Storm How We Talk About Disasters >>
* Breaking ground, IBM Haifa team holds live robot debate fed by crowd arguments >>

* Flying cars, sound bubbles greet execs at Tel Aviv smart mobility confab >>
* Flying taxi service tested in New Zealand >>
* Ford will test new self-driving cars in Detroit >>
* India plans to have its own space station >>

* Journalism and AI team up to measure missing stories >>
* MIT algorithm helps robots guess where humans are going next >>
* Microsoft’s built-in Linux kernel for Windows 10 is ready for testing >>

* Huawei is developing a self-driving car to launch as early as 2021 >>
* Another team has used ‘jumping genes’ to upgrade CRISPR gene editing >>
* How Star Trek’s warp drives touch on one of physics’ biggest mysteries >>

* A vision for medical affairs in 2025 >>
* Tombs in China reveal humans were smoking cannabis 2500 years ago >>
* E3 2019: the future of video games is complicated >>

* Using gene editing, neuroscientists develop a new model for autism >>
* 18 things on Amazon worthy of their 5-star rating >>
* Fusion-Powered Spacecraft Could Be Just a Decade Away >>

* Prototype Optical Asteroid Mining Technology >>
* Ryan_martin_why_we_get_mad_and_why_it_s_healthy >>
* michelle_kuo_the_healing_power_of_reading >>

* Giant Telescope in Chile Could Be Named for Pioneering Astronomer Vera Rubin >>
* Microprobes Will Explore Planetary Atmospheres Around the Solar System >>
* Power for Interstellar Fly By >>

* A two-hour dose of nature each week could make you happier and healthier >>
* Nine int’l experiments accepted aboard China Space Station >>
* The Pixel 4 is shaping up to be a Huawei Mate 20 Pro by Google >>

* Highlights O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference in San Jose 2019 >>
* Highlights O’Reilly Velocity Conference in San Jose 2019 >>
* Architect as storyteller >>
* Channel into the universe of eventually perfect distributed systems >>
* Cultivate your personal design heuristics >>

* Ultra-Light Inexpensive Nuclear Electric Space Probes >>
* Using Solar Power on 100 Meter Towers for 100X Lunar Polar Mining >>
* Our automated future will affect women differently than men >>

* AI’s Near Future >>
* A New Fuel for Satellites Is So Safe It Won’t Blow Up Humans >>
* Against Gravity is building a VR world that won’t stop growing >>

* America’s renewable energy capacity overtakes coal for the first time >>
* America’s Job Listings Have Gone Off the Deep End >>
* Delivery drones: Get ready to be annoyed by them buzzing over your head >>

* Everything Nintendo Announced At E3 2019 >>
* Estimating Information Flow in Deep Neural Networks >>

* As payment and surveillance technologies collide, free speech could be a victim >>
* Bird confirms acquisition of Scoot >>
* By 2040, 60% of ‘meat’ won’t come from dead animals >>

* Telegram faces DDoS attack in China… again >>
* Uber unveils next-generation Volvo self-driving car >>
* Using gene editing, neuroscientists develop a new model for autism >>

* Congo pastor likely sparked Ebola outbreak spread to Uganda >>
* Why is Andreessen Horowitz (and everyone else) investing in Latin America now? >>
* Lyft has completed 55,000 self-driving rides in Las Vegas >>

* Alien Life Could Be Hiding Out on Far Fewer Planets Than We Thought >>
* Astronomers Measure Tiny Black Hole in Nearby Dwarf Galaxy >>
* ‘Krypton’ ‘Even More Ambitious’ With Season 2 Premiere >>

* Bigelow Space Wants to Launch You Into Orbit with SpaceX for $52 Million >>
* Debunking Myths about Global Solar, Wind and Nuclear >>
* Developing Low-Cost Giant Space Telescopes Adapted to Zero-G >>

* Scientists Discover Strange Table Salt Compound on Jupiter’s Europa >>
* Digital Rx >>
* Spiral Galaxy M96 from Hubble >>

* A.I. Is Not as Advanced as You Might Think >>
* The State of Web Applications >>
* Aussie Blocking Juggernaut Continues With 105 More ‘Pirate’ Domains >>

* Facebook Makes It Easy to Donate Blood in the US >>
* Corsair gaming mouse detects its center of gravity for better tuning >>
* India Unveils Chandrayaan-2 Spacecraft for Moon-Landing Mission to Be Launched July 15 >>

* GE Aviation Electrifies Airplane Engines to Meet Carbon Emission Goals >>
* Large Membrane Holographic Space Telescope Would 80 Meters in Diameter >>

* Why You’re Still Friends With People You Hate >>
* Robotic Animal Agility >>

* Is ‘Toy Story 4’ Any Good? Here’s What The Reviews Say >>
* Toy Story 4′ gets existential, and it totally works >>
* Toy Story 4 review: Hilarious jokes barely save a story lacking stakes >>
* Toy Story 4 lowers the stakes and ramps up the whimsy >>
* Toy Story 4 review – new characters but the same old Story >>

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* Google’s Pixel 4 could track hand gestures >>
* This is Google’s Pixel 4 >>

* New Space Telescopes Could Look Like Giant Beach Balls >>
* Laser Destroys Cancer Cells Circulating in the Blood >>
* Men In Black: International is safe, bland, utterly sincere fun >>

* This Self-Balancing, Two-Wheeled ‘Gyro-X’ From 1967 Is A Wonder To Behold >>
* SpaceX successfully launched and landed its Falcon 9 rocket on the California coast this morning >>
* Amazon Web Services CEO Andy Jassy | Full interview | Code 2019 >>

* Creepy AI can guess what you look like just by listening to a short audio clip of your voice >>
* Robotic surgery is turning out to be an expensive fad >>
* 2019-worldwide-fitness-trends >>

* DJI gets into the battling robot business >>
* DJI’s first educational robot is a $500 drone tank >>
* China’s new creatives >>

* Bird just bought its way into San Francisco by purchasing scooter rival Scoot >>
* How to build something that lasts 10000 years >>
* Change vehicles: How robo-taxis and shuttles will reinvent mobility >>

* Humans’ Ability to Hear Harmonic Sounds Might Set Us Apart >>
* Apple Stem Cells Offer Hope for Aging and Damaged Skin >>
* Tesla electric car demand is ‘absolutely not’ struggling, Elon Musk says amid investor concerns >>

* Startup Aims to 3D Print Cheaper, Lighter Rockets >>
* New Lamborghini’s Digital Brain, Powerful central processor predicts the car’s ideal path and helps the driver achieve it >>

* More researchers report promising Alzheimer’s vaccine results in mice >>
* Prime Day scheduled Monday, July 16 >>
* A Murder Trial Will Allow DNA Evidence From a Genealogy Site >>

* 41 must-see PC games at E3 2019: Watch every trailer >>
* Watch AMD’s E3 keynote in just 15 minutes >>
* E3 gaming expo 2019: Games and Crazy fans >>
* E3 2019: Luigi is a star in Nintendo’s 2019 video game lineup with ‘Luigi’s Mansion 3’ >>
* Animal Crossing, Zelda and Gooigi – The best of Nintendo’s E3 event >>
* Animal Crossing for Switch gets delayed >>
* ‘Destroy All Humans!’ returns to finish the job in 2020 >>
* ‘Alien: Isolation’ will terrify Switch users later this year >>

* The latest leap forward in visual AI is downright mesmerizing >>
* Amazon Alexa team uses machine learning to better handle regional language differences >>

* Young ‘hot Jupiter’ Offers Clues To How Planets Form >>
* Uber gives a first look inside its new flying taxis that can seat up to four people and are set to launch in 2023 as the firm says it expects a trip to be cheaper than a typical helicopter ride >>
* US military will begin testing ‘jam-resistant’ GPS this fall that can help combat Russian interference >>

* AWS adds conflict resolution, squash merge to its GitHub homage CodeCommit >>
* An Introduction to Edge Computing >>
* 5 Lessons from the Google Cloud Outage >>
* Wearable Technology Is the Future of Healthcare Future >>
* Engineering Your Digital Transformation >>
* 13 Reasons Why You Should Use Heroku in Your Next Project >>
* Istio Circuit Breaker With Outlier Detection >>
* Building enterprise-grade, stable, smart bots using machine learning services from AWS >>

* Technion team develops medical glue to replace stitches in serious injuries >>
* Tic Tac Toe – Creating Unbeatable AI >>
* E3 VR Showcase Roundup: Everything Announced For Oculus Quest, PlayStation VR, Valve Index >>

* Chatbots were the next big thing: what happened? >>
* Every single Machine Learning course on the internet, ranked by your reviews >>
* Why Google’s Teams Are Insanely Creative. >>

* A Beginner’s Guide to Brain-Computer Interface and Convolutional Neural Networks >>
* It’s Not What You Know, It’s How You Think >>
* Advanced Topics in Deep Convolutional Neural Networks >>

* China rolls out rules to guide development of SpaceX-style commercial rocket research in the country >>
* Hong Kong’s young protesters back with a vengeance as all-out chaos erupts on city’s streets following anger at extradition bill >>
* Can You Survive A Fall From 30,000 Feet Without A Parachute? >>

* Death-Defying Stuntman Backflips Across An Alley From One Roof To Another >>
* All in: From recovery to agility at Spark New Zealand >>
* Why-women-but-not-men-are-judged-for-a-messy-house >>

* Hypersonic matterwaves for ultrafast atomtronics >>
* CAN SCORPION VENOM COMPOUNDS FIGHT STAPH AND TB? >>
* A drug may prevent Alzheimer’s but there are no plans to find out >>

* Foxconn can make all iPhones outside of China (if necessary) >>
* IBM brings its Quantum computer program to 16 African universities >>
* GPS is changing your brain (and it’s not good) >>

* Elon Musk: There is not a demand problem for the Tesla Model 3 >>
* Elon Musk talks up Tesla’s ‘Cyberpunk truck,’ and 400-mile range EVs >>
* Elon Musk calls it ‘financially insane’ to buy a car that isn’t an EV capable of full self-driving >>
* Elon Says More Tesla Factories Will Be Made in China >>

* Dropbox relaunches as an enterprise collaboration workspace >>
* Business as Usual Will Not Save the Planet >>
* Apple and Microsoft made a new iCloud for Windows app >>

* Stephen Hawking Was Right: Black Holes Can Evaporate, Weird New Study Shows >>
* This Gorgeous Spiral Galaxy Photo May Hold Clues About Our Milky Way’s Inner Workings >>
* That Explains a Lot. The Moon’s Largest Crater has a Chunk of Metal Embedded in it That’s 5 Times Bigger than the Big Island of Hawaii >>

* An Explosive Volcano on Mars May Have Spawned This Strange Rock Billions of Years Ago >>

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