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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 01 August 2019

* It’s too soon to tell if DeepMind’s medical AI will save any lives >>
* Virtual Car Sharing Combines Telepresence Robots and Autonomous Vehicles >>
* Super-thin X-ray Mirrors Will Make X-Ray Space Telescope 100 Times Better >>

* AT&T Developing 5G Robots To Work in Retail Stores >>
* Homeland Security warning: Small airplanes are vulnerable to hackers >>
* Researchers are sounding the alarm on a little-known risk of connected cars >>

* IT’S SENTIENT; Meet classified artificial brain being developed by US intelligence >>
* Second attempt to fly hoverboard across English Channel scheduled for weekend >>
* Brain-computer interfaces are developing faster than the policy debate around them >>

* Hyperloop project in India inches closer to reality >>
* DJI’s new FPV goggles and camera are for high-definition drone racing and filming >>
* Solar-sailing satellite proves it can use light to propel through space >>

* First Programmable Memristor Computer >>
* Amazon launches a personal shopper service that sends monthly curated clothing boxes >>

* Make Data Science More Useful >>
* Making “Iron Man” Interface Real: AI-Based Virtualitics Demystifies Data Science with VR – Ep. 93 >>
* Facebook funds AI mind-reading experiment >>

* AWS’ new text-to-speech engine sounds like a newscaster >>
* Amazon develops a new way to help Alexa answer complex questions >>
* Learning from adversaries >>

* Intel Shows Off Chip Packaging Powers >>
* If Navigation Apps Don’t Alleviate Congestion—Could City-Wide Traffic Software Help? >>
* Microsoft will drop Skype for Business Online on July 31, 2021 >>

* Mars Colonization Will Happen >>
* NASA taps SpaceX, Blue Origin and 11 more companies for Moon and Mars space tech >>
* NASA to help SpaceX, Blue Origin, and more develop technologies for Moon and Mars travel >>

* AI tool that can spot text written by a machine could spell the end of fake news >>
* Why AWS is building tiny AI race cars to teach machine learning >>
* A New Way to Fight Crop Diseases, With a Smartphone >>

* Cockroach robot won’t break after being repeatedly stamped on >>
* Alarming surge in drug resistant hiv uncovered >>

* This self-riding bicycle follows you around while you walk >>
* DeepMind AI can predict kidney illness 48 hours before it occurs >>
* DeepMind touts predictive healthcare AI ‘breakthrough’ trained on heavily skewed data >>

* Formula Hybrid Champions Built Their Race Car with New Drivetrain Tech >>
* First Programmable Memristor Computer >>
* Almost Static Global Economic Power Rankings From 2010-2030 >>

* Ford bought a robotics company to boost its self-driving cars >>
* AT&T Kills DirecTV Now Brand Name As TV Subscribers Leave In Droves >>
* Provably Correct AI, Porn & Privacy, Math for CS and ML, and Xenophobia Classifier >>

* Linus Torvalds Prepares To Wave Goodbye To Linux Floppy Drives >>
* DJI aims for the best first-person drone experience with new goggles, controller and more >>
* Can robots find a home in the classroom? >>

* Apple Card rolls out in the US this August >>
* A new way to unify app and website measurement in Google Analytics >>
* Why genuine human intelligence is key for the development of AI >>

* Space junk: A recycling station could be cleaning up in Earth orbit by 2050 >>
* What Brexit means for Scotland: A Q&A with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon >>
* Air New Zealand is fake changing its name in another boundary-pushing safety video >>

* NASA’s newest planet-hunting satellite finds three new worlds >>
* Watch: NASA Is Building the Next Generation of Cool X-Ray Mirrors >>
* The World Health Organization Says No More Gene-Edited Babies >>

* Countries are turning off the internet to stop violence. Does it work? >>
* Humans are good at smelling cheese thanks to special smell receptors >>
* Private-space-race-targets-greenhouse-gas-emitters >>

* Building Your Data Streams for all the IoT >>
* Advertising is a cancer on society >>
* Will-future-lunar-bases-be-underground >>

* Exoplanets at the Edge of Chaos: A New Way to Study Alien Worlds >>
* Canada’s Future in Space >>
* Black Moon 2019: What It Is (and Why You Can’t See It) >>

* These are the top 8 China technology & electronics trends to watch >>
* Building the infrastructure for the future of mobility >>
* Creating high-performance innovation teams at scale >>

* Build a Raspberry Pi powered live train station sign for your desk >>
* The avocado strategy: how Africa aims to rebalance trade with China >>
* TSMC Talks 7nm, 5nm, Yield, And Next-Gen 5G And HPC Packaging >>

* What to Expect from DevOps World 2019 >>
* How Do Developers Choose the Best Fit for Containers-as-a-Service (CaaS)? >>
* Can a shark smell a drop of blood in the water? Former NASA engineer debunks shark myths >>

* Monster Jam University got me muddy and airborne >>
* ONE MONTH WITH A BIRD RENTAL SCOOTER: FAR WORSE THAN A BIKE >>
* Wave Pool In Chinese Park Malfunctions, Sends 10-Foot Wave On Unsuspecting Swimmers >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 July 2019

* Mind-reading gadget predicts what you want to say before you say it for the first time >>
* Future air travel? BA images reveal robotic air stewardesses, never-ending flights circling the planet and self-packing luggage >>

* World’s first foldable phone reviewed – and it’s not a Samsung or Huawei >>
* Apple’s future iPhone might add a time-of-flight camera — here’s what it could do >>
* Virtual reality to solve personal problems >>

* Capital One discloses enormous (100 million record) data breach >>
* Air Force Experimental Satellite Billed as the ‘Largest Uncrewed Structure in Space’ >>
* Bringing Pieces of Mars to Earth in 2031: How NASA and Europe Plan to Do It >>

* This simple 17-second video makes an incredibly compelling case for bus-only lanes >>
* Swiss Post Suspends Drone Delivery Service After Second Crash >>
* Tesla Revolutionizing Body Frame, Wiring and Battery Construction >>

* Facebook Is Researching Brain Scanning As The Input Device For AR Glasses >>
* A Practical Approach to Security Automation >>
* Why 5G for smartphones is just the start >>

* Gravitational Waves Could Guide Space ‘Hitchhikers’ to a Magrathea-Like World >>
* Magnetic Fields of ‘Hot Jupiter’ Exoplanets Are Much Stronger Than We Thought >>
* Facebook Closer to Augmented Reality Glasses With Brain Implant That Decodes Dialogue From Neural Activity >>

* The Nanosheet Transistor Is the Next (and Maybe Last) Step in Moore’s Law
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* 200 Million Devices — Some Mission-Critical — Vulnerable To Remote Takeover >>
* Amazon Is Quietly Exploring Unusual Grocery Store Format, NYT Report Says >>

* New material could make it easier to remove colon polyps >>
* Overcoming Challenges in Building Enterprise AI Assistants >>
* PlayStation 4 Becomes Fastest Console to Sell 100 Million >>

* Researchers Train AI To Feel Emotion, Too >>
* To Be Happier at Work, Invest More in Your Relationships >>
* Four Actions Engineers Can Take to Ensure Their Startup Succeeds >>

* Google teams up with VMware to bring more enterprises to its cloud >>
* Google’s New Gesture Controls Aren’t Just for the Pixel >>
* Live Code >>

* Watch: SpaceX Rocket Generates Sonic Booms in Jaw-Dropping Video >>
* Elon Musk Says a SpaceX Starship Design Update Is Coming in Mid-August >>
* Elon Musk Says Tesla’s Ramping Up Solar Roof Production >>

* What Huawei didn’t say in its ‘robust’ half-year results >>
* Huawei is shipping a lot more phones in spite of it all >>

* Researchers develop algorithm that may help predict onset of tuberculosis >>
* Researchers develop MRI technique to detect molecular changes in brain >>
* Tracking sex: The implications of widespread sexual data leakage and tracking on porn websites >>

* A 75-mile-wide Martian crater may be ‘ground zero’ for a MEGA-TSUNAMI that reshaped the landscape >>
* ‘Tickling’ the ear with a small electrical current could ‘help you stay healthier as you get older >>
* Before building another telescope, learn from Hawaiian culture >>

* Toby Walsh, A.I. Expert, Is Racing to Stop the Killer Robots >>
* Is recovery the key to optimal performance >>
* The dreaded 10x, or, how to handle exceptional employees >>

* Scientists Just Released a New Playbook for Engineering Longer, Healthier Lives >>
* How a NASA Photographer Accidentally Touched Moon Dust 50 Years Ago >>
* With HEIDL, Humans and Machines Can Work Together to Cut Through Legalese >>

* China Claims Metamaterial Breakthroughs for Stealth Fighters >>
* Ethiopia just planted 353 million trees in a single day >>
* AWS follows Microsoft into the Middle East, opening new region in Bahrain >>

* China’s Vivo is eyeing smartphone users in Africa and the Middle East >>
* Facebook is exploring brain control for AR wearables >>

* Game Translation, Modern Hypercard, Cryptographic Attacks, and Digital Hardware Debugger >>
* Google’s new version of Android Auto focuses on Assistant >>
* Grand Theft Auto Maker Has Paid No UK Corporation Tax in 10 Years >>

* How to Watch the Presidential Democratic Debates Tonight >>
* Satellites with lasers and machine guns coming! China’s new plans? Trump’s Space Force? Nope, the French >>

* NASA puts SpaceX, Boeing ISS flight test dates ‘under review’ >>
* Technician keeps computer made in 1959 still humming along >>
* The Definitive Guide to CMS Architecture >>
* Types of AI You Should Know >>

* The Introduction To Blockchain App Development (Part 1/2) >>
* Rotating Service Credentials for IBM Cloud Functions >>
* Secure Your Cloud Estate with Continuous Audits >>

* Here’s what airports will look like in 2075 if these future architects get their way >>
* Why genuine human intelligence is key for the development of AI >>
* Natural resources depleted faster than Earth’s renegeration capacity in 2019: report >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 July 2019

* Scientists create contact lenses that zoom when you blink twice >>
* Foveated AR Demo From NVIDIA At SIGGRAPH >>
* Hidden Networks: Network Effects That Don’t Look Like Network Effects >>

* 100 GHz Wireless Transceiver Takes Chip into Realms of 6G >>
* Self Healing Dynamic Polyurea Materials Show Significant Potential in 3D Printing >>
* Future Houses could feature temperature controlled bed sheets and AI furniture that changes shape >>

* Facing your AI self at the ‘Neural Mirror’ art installation >>
* Boston Dynamics: New Robots Now Fight Back >>

* Tesseract makes spacecraft propulsion smaller, greener, stronger >>
* RedisAI: First Steps >>
* Physicists Made a Blazing Hot Plasma Doughnut to Study Solar Wind >>

* How the West Got China’s Social Credit System Wrong >>
* TED the_real_relationship_between_your_age_and_your_chance_of_success >>
* TED an_urgent_call_to_protect_the_worlds_third_pole >>
* TED why_governments_should_prioritize_well_being >>

* Nasa’s Valkyrie robot could help build Mars base >>
* Google Pixel 4 will unlock using a face scan >>
* Three newly discovered exoplanets orbit a star 73 light years away >>

* Lunar Space Suit That Will Be Ready For Nasa’s 2024 Moon Mission >>
* PBS will stream live for the first time with YouTube TV >>
* Gocycle Gx E-bike Review: Fast, Fun, And Foldable >>

* Xi calls for turning more deserts green >>
* China, Donald Trump keep expectations low ahead of trade talksPolice are using facial recognition the wrong way
* Police are using facial recognition the wrong way >>

* Tech to help tame descent of rockets >>
* Formula E Versus Formula 1: Microcosm Of The Tussle For Mobility’s Future >>
* Another Use For The Smartphone: Checking Into A Hotel >>

* Survival of the Weakest…A.I. >>
* Cantina Talk: The End of Rise of Skywalker Will Melt Your Mind >>
* Cable networks cram in even more TV commercials to make up for cord-cutting >>

* OpenXR 1.0 Specification Release Carries Wide Industry Support >>
* Stop robocalls to your phone for good >>
* Why Lie Detector Tests Can’t Be Trusted >>

* India tiger census shows rapid population growth >>
* Engineers Don’t Solve Problems >>
* 5 Feature Selection Algorithms every Data Scientist should know >>

* When Is Your Samsung or Motorola Smartphone Getting Android Q? >>
* Electric 3D Printing by Adrian Bowyer May Take Only a Few Seconds to Build Objects >>
* Beijing: 3D Printing Molybdenum Ion Thruster Components >>

* *The Great Reversal: How America Gave Up on Free Markets* >>
* AI-powered tool predicts cell behaviors during disease and treatment >>
* Just one dose of the HPV vaccine may be enough to lower cancer rates >>

* Gigantic, mysterious radiation leak traced to facility in Russia >>
* China is on track to meet its climate change goals nine years early >>
* This revolutionary device would automatically reverse opioid overdoses >>

* ‘Quantum microphone’ detects sound at the atomic level >>
* United Airlines offers easier biometric clearance for frequent flyers >>

* New AI-Assisted Coding Tool Called ‘Amazing’ >>
* PBS coming to YouTube TV later this year >>
* Last-mile training and the future of work in an expanding gig economy >>

* Huawei’s first 5G phone goes on sale in China next month >>
* In a world of autonomous vehicles, this is why we’ll need more public transport than ever >>
* Inside the virtual production of ‘The Lion King’ >>

* Google is phasing out the old Voice Search in favor of Assistant >>
* Google confirms Pixel 4 will support face unlock, touch-free gestures >>
* GitHub confirms it has blocked developers in Iran, Syria and Crimea >>

* Email, End-to-End Encryption, AI Ethics, Reliable Distributed Systems >>
* Amazon Just Brought Prime Video To VR Headsets >>
* All of Apple’s 2020 iPhones may offer 5G >>

* Migrating an Exchange Server to the Cloud? What could possibly go wrong? >>
* Cloud wars: Big Four providers increase dominance, Alibaba grows fastest – Gartner >>
* Russia and China Deploy Hypersonic Weapons and the US Spends Billions to Catch Up >>

* Happiness Is a Hybrid-Electric Ferry >>
* Billionaires Longevity and Low Taxes >>
* A Two-Track Algorithm To Detect Deepfake Images >>

* A Novel Thermal Battery Promises Green Power Around the Clock >>
* Digital platforms won’t be fixed by competition regulation alone >>
* Four Papers Advance Computational Argumentation in IBM’s Project Debater >>

* Making Sense of Science with Discovery Augmented Summarization >>
* Deepfake’ doctored videos of celebrities, politicians and other public figures could soon be indistinguishable from the real thing >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 July 2019

* Watch a Japanese spacecraft grab another sample from an asteroid >>
* Watch the Mars 2020 rover do a biceps curl with an 88-pound turret >>
* A robotic lens can be controlled by simply looking around or blinking >>

* Elon Musk says that Teslas will soon be able to stream Netflix and YouTube >>
* Hit indie game Cuphead is headed to Tesla vehicles in August >>
* Gatik’s self-driving vans have started shuttling groceries for Walmart >>

* Will Machine Learning Build Up Dangerous ‘Intellectual Debt’? >>
* Intellectual Debt: Bad enough when AI gets its predictions wrong, but potentially WORSE when AI gets it right >>
* Why Corporations Want You to Shut Up and Meditate >>
* Mcmindfulness How Mindfulness Became The New Capitalist Spirituality >>

* AI can tell when actors are kissing—and maybe when you are, too >>
* UPS is launching a drone delivery service in the US >>
* UberEats and Deliveroo are eating so much of restaurant profits that most “aren’t making any money” and “something has to give”. >>

* What is a Digital Identity? >>
* How I replicated an $86 million project in 57 lines of code >>
* Malicious code in the purescript npm installer >>

* DJI appears to be making its first FPV racing drone >>
* Technology Is Fueling a New Type of “Space Race,” Led by Startups >>
* The scientist behind Juul launches a Juul alternative for China >>

* International Garden Photographer of the Year (IGPOTY) winning images and finalists >>
* Your AI efforts won’t succeed unless they benefit employees >>
* 16 Minutes on the News: Mobile Malware, Drug Pricing >>

* The Roots of Boeing’s 737 Max Crisis: A Regulator Relaxes Its Oversight >>
* Physicists count sound particles with quantum microphone >>
* Self-Parking Garages, Robovans, and More Car News This Week >>

* Dev-to-Marketing Dictionary [Comic] >>
* Preventing Systemic Failure in Microservices with Circuit Breaking—Part 2 >>
* How to Analyze Your Code Quality in 10 Minutes With Sonarqube and Docker >>

* How hospitals are using AI to save their sickest patients and curb ‘alarm fatigue’ >>
* This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through July 27) >>
* How Astronomers Missed the Massive Asteroid That Just Whizzed Past Earth >>

* Huawei; The US is hurting its universities >>
* Donald Trump says Apple’s Mac Pro parts won’t get tariff waivers >>
* AI’s current hype and hysteria could set the technology back by decades >>

* Elon Musk Has Built Another (Almost) Unicorn in Less Than 3 Years >>
* Supercomputers use graphics processors to solve longstanding turbulence question >>
* Spacetech growth, the future of micromobility, and how to solve the hell of open offices >>

* Penetration Testing Toolkit Includes Exploit For ‘Incredibly Dangerous’ Bluekeep Vulnerability >>
* New Cause of Cell Aging Discovered: Senescent Cells Stop Producing Nucleotides >>
* Japan Approves First Human-Animal Embryo Experiments >>

* In 80 Days, Google Will Require Chrome Extensions To Request ‘The Least Amount of Data’ >>
* Decades-Old Computer Science ‘Boolean Sensitivity’ Conjecture Solved in Two Pages >>

* SpaceX Starhopper Will Fly Suborbital With Three Raptor Engines >>
* 5G May Drain Batteries, While Base Stations Will Require Three Times As Much Power >>
* Mathematical insights through collaboration and perseverance >>

* Scientists almost didn’t detect approach of ‘city-killer asteroid’ >>
* Original Content podcast >>
* GitHub is reportedly blocking access to its site for users in places like Crimea and Iran >>

* Both blood pressure numbers may predict heart disease >>
* Can bananas help you lose weight? >>
* A good first step toward nontoxic solar cells >>

* Liver transplants could be redundant with discovery of new liver cell >>
* AI, Robot: Meet Russia’s New F-850 Android >>
* AI event in Seattle brings together Japanese companies and U.S. innovators >>

* Quantum Darwinism Could Explain What Makes Reality Real >>
* Seeing Through Silicon Valley’s Shameless ‘Disruption’ >>
* Why Whole Foods Hasn’t Satisfied Amazon’s Grocery Appetite >>

* How Asia’s rise is reshaping the world >>
* The global forces altering Asia’s future >>
* A winning strategy for the pension market in China >>

* ‘Would Dad Approve?’ Neil Armstrong’s Heirs Divide Over a Lucrative Legacy >>
* Here’s Everything Coming to Netflix in August 2019 >>
* Used SpaceX Dragon Cargo Ship Arrives at Space Station for Record 3rd Time >>

* YouTube’s Plan To Rein In Conspiracy Theories Is Failing >>
* Singularity Hub’s Daily Podcast >>
* 16 Minutes on the News: Neuralink & Brain Interfaces, TikTok, FaceApp, iHeartRadio >>

* Hong Kong protests: Police fire tear gas near China’s liaison office >>
* Amazon Israel e-commerce launch said delayed amid language, service issues >>
* Making deep neural networks paint to understand how they work >>

* Apple’s Q3 earnings are all about the iPhone 11 hints >>
* The VRecap #1: Go Emulation On Quest, Starblood Shutdown And Win PSVR Games! >>

* Making Sense of AI On Blockchain >>
* Beginners Guide: Building an Online Retail Web Shop >>
* Beginners Guide to Building an Online Retail Web Shop Workshop (Domain Model) >>

* New trailers: A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, Zombieland: Double Tap, and more >>
* Kelly McGillis says she wasn’t asked to return for ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ >>
* The Art of Self Defense’s Director on Making the Year’s Weirdest, Funniest Action Movie >> >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 July 2019

* SpaceX’s new test rocket briefly hovers during first free flight; Finally, some air! >>
* Meet Aquanaut, the Underwater Transformer >>
* SpaceX Has Successful Launch to Space Station and Another Good Landing >>

* This charging system may change the way drones fly forever >>
* SpaceX Switching to Thin Tile Heat Shield Instead of Active Cooling >>
* Neil Armstrong Died After Heart Surgery. That May Have Been Avoidable. >>

* Tesla Planning for a Terawatt Hour of Batteries Each Year >>
* Not All Is Broken: Notes from Session 6 of TEDSummit 2019 >>
* This flying motorcycle will make your action movie dreams come true >>

* Apple Spends $1 Billion to Take Control of Its 5G Destiny >>
* Airbus A350 Software Bug Forces Airlines To Turn Planes Off and On Every 149 Hours >>
* Are Companies About to Have a Gen X Retention Problem? >>

* Google is giving away 100,000 Home Minis to people living with paralysis >>
* Using AI and Film to Track Tear Gas Use Against Civilians >>
* Why You Should Stop Trying to Be Happy at Work >>

* Public cloud winners take all; CIOs plan big increases in cloud spending in coming year >>
* Google Cloud’s run rate is now over $8B >>
* Google plans to triple the size of its salesforce >>

* Machine Learning That’s Light Enough for an Arduino >>
* Google Images Now Lets You Swipe Up To Open a Search Result >>
* Buried Power Lines Make Memory Faster >>

* France Is Making Space-Based Anti-Satellite Laser Weapons >>
* Disinformation, Election Meddling, Quantum Supremacy, and International Pineapple Day >>
* Ford-owned Spin is bringing a tougher electric scooter to dozens of cities >>

* Ford, Honda and others agree to California’s voluntary emission rules >>
* For individuals with paralysis, Google Nest gives help at home >>
* Elon Musk’s Boring Co. raises $120 million in outside funding >>

* Video Friday: A Two-Armed Robot That Balances on a Ball >>
* What the Media Missed About Elon Musk’s $150 Million Augmented Brain Project >>
* City-obliterating asteroid screamed past Earth – and boffins only clocked it just 26 hours beforehand >>

* Amazon Requires Police To Shill Surveillance Cameras in Secret Agreement >>
* Android Enterprise earns key security certifications >>
* Discord now lets you group chat servers into folders >>

* Tesla Meets Spacex Meets Back To The Future! >>
* See the Moon Like the Apollo Astronauts with These Epic Panoramic Photos >>
* NASA Will Perform a Key ‘Green Run’ Test of Its SLS Megarocket After All >>

* NASA Taps Northrop Grumman to Build Lunar Gateway Habitation Module >>
* Mysteries of the Moon: What We Still Don’t Know After Apollo >>
* Marsquakes Come in Multiple Flavors. Here’s What We Know (Video) >>

* New Uses of Stem Cells and 3-D Printing Could Make Baldness Obsolete (For the Wealthy) >>
* How Blockchain Will Change Construction >>
* IBM Research AI at ACL 2019 >>

* Ride-hailing goes global >>
* Scientists Can Finally Build Feedback Circuits in Cells >>
* Seeking new physics, scientists borrow from social networks >>

* This Robo-Van Startup Will Handle Walmart’s ‘Middle Mile’ >>
* You Just Lost Your Temper at Work. Now What? >>
* AI experts from top universities SLAM ‘predictive policing’ tools >>

* Does Technology Spell Doom for Close Relationships? >>
* Alarming Sonar Results Show Glaciers May Be Melting Faster Than We Expected >>
* New monkey species found in Amazon area threatened by deforestation >>

* Amazon plans to deliver on promise of even faster shipping, calling it a success >>
* Nike’s new responsive Joyride sneakers feel like ‘running on bubbles’ >>
* Tesla starts rolling out Chess to ‘Tesla Arcade’ in-car gaming app >>

* How parking app SpotHero is preparing for an era of driverless cars >>
* First CRISPR Study Inside The Body To Start In US >>
* Juniper Networks struggles with service providers as US-China trade war continues to suck >>

* Scientists look to synthetic biology and 3-D printing for life support in space >>
* GitHub Starts Blocking Developers In Countries Facing US Trade Sanctions >>
* Standalone Cortana app available to Windows Insiders >>

* Camera mounted to Falcon 9 booster recorded this spectacular view of the rocket coming back to Cape Canavera >>
* Could rat brains hold the secret to giving cars, robots better navigational skills? >>
* Chinese Scientists Say They’ve Found a Safer Alternative to CRISPR >>

* Introducing Singularity University Radio: The Home for SU Podcasts >>
* Declining bus ridership Improving the efficiency of transit networks >>
* A new autonomous delivery vehicle is designed to operate like a bicycle >>

* 4 Mars Missions Are One Year Away from Launching to the Red Planet in July 2020 >>
* In a Lab Accident, Scientists Create the First-Ever Permanently Magnetic Liquid >>
* Machine learning for all developers with edX and Amazon SageMaker >>

* Jacinda Ardern accused by Māori of ‘lacking leadership’ in land dispute >>
* Vodafone to sell off 60,000 mobile masts for €20bn >>
* Brain-controlled VR lightshows could lull you to sleep >>

* A Solar Sail in Space: See the Awesome Views from LightSail 2 >>
* Chinese iSpace Achieves Orbit with Historic Private Sector Launch >>
* T-Mobile and Sprint merger approved by Justice Department >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 July 2019

* Watch SpaceX abort Starhopper test after seconds >>
* Attempt to fly hoverboard across English Channel ends in failure >>
* AWS gets a chatbot >>

* Neil Armstrong’s Death, and a Stormy, Secret $6 Million Settlement >>
* Waymo and DeepMind mimic evolution to develop a new, better way to train self-driving AI >>
* Vegetation may have evolved after algae piggybacked on fungi to first colonise land >>

* Boeing May Halt 737 Max Production as Economic Fallout Spreads >>
* Elon Says SpaceX Could Land Cargo Mission to Moon in 2021 >>
* Embryo-inspired bandages close wounds better than Band-Aids >>

* Bionic eye helps people who are blind read letters again >>
* A Robot Hand Helps Amputees “Feel” Again >>
* Stackery lets AWS Lambda developers debug their serverless programs locally on a laptop >>

* Scientists used phone accelerometer data to predict personality traits >>
* Samsung will release the Galaxy Fold in September >>
* Ford’s scooter company launches aggressive expansion plan and next-gen scooter >>

* Remaking the World for Robots >>
* IEEE Roadmap Leads to One Nanometer Devices in 2033 >>

* Simple Steps to Avoid the Retry Behavior from AWS Lambda >>
* How to Operate Kubernetes CI/CD Pipelines at Scale >>
* Architectural Principles of Digital Transformation: A Discussion with Gary Gruver >>

* An Introduction to Recurrent Neural Networks for Beginners >>
* The Human Brain Project Hasn’t Lived Up to Its Promise >>
* Welcome To The Equifax Data Breach Settlement Website >>

* The gig economy has an identity problem and digital ID could fix it >>
* Tesla Drivers Have A Serious Problem: They Don’t Know How To Use Their Cars >>
* a16z Podcast: The Search for the Secret Metal that Powers All Our Devices >>
* Facebook Knows More About You Than the CIA >>

* Ai ‘emotion Recognition’ Can’t Be Trusted >>
* Tinder’s Newest Feature Aims to Keep LGBTQ People Safer Across the World >>

* House passes bipartisan bill to stop illegal robocalls >>
* The UK is now using AI to predict solar power and lower energy bills >>
* Scientists Are Getting Better at Predicting Killer Heat Waves >>

* Hackers steal 7.5 terabytes of data from Russian security agency >>
* World’s Largest Nuclear Fusion Experiment Clears Milestone >>
* The brain’s drain: How our brains flush out their waste and toxins >>

* A passion for customer experience in driving growth >>
* China should drop nationalistic approach to manage tech war risk with US, Chinese scholars say >>
* The stark difference between Chinese and American defense strategy >>

* Top 10 AWS Architect Interview Questions 2019 >>
* A new way to stop cancer cells from killing their healthy neighbors >>

* Is The Third AI Winter Coming? >>
* What Does FaceApp Do With Your Photos? The Same Thing Facebook Does. >>
* Tesla’s losses narrow after a record-breaking quarter of car deliveries >>

* NASA: 3 Enormous Asteroids Flew Very Close to Earth on July 24 >>
* Microsoft tests a cleaner Xbox One Home screen (again) >>
* Microsoft leak suggests hideous Windows Start menu could be coming >>

* Firefox Reality VR web browser arrives on Oculus Quest headsets >>
* Location-based virtual reality goes to the mall as The Void plans a rollout in 25 more locations >>
* Facebook continues to grow like crazy, despite FTC fines >>

* FEMA’s next Emergency Alert System test leaves internet devices out >>
* Elk, a blockchain dev board for decentralized IoT, launches on Kickstarter >>
* EA Access game subscriptions finally go live on PS4 >>

* Brain scans reveal that patient and doctor’s brains SYNCHRONISE during music therapy >>
* Pilot crashes into sea trying to hoverboard from France to England >>
* 9 reasons the Facebook FTC settlement is a joke >>

* Don’t Put Your Work Email on Your Personal Phone >>
* Does Your Leadership Style Scare Your Employees? >>
* A vision of nuclear energy buoyed by molten salt >>

* 10 new things we’ve learned about cancer >>
* Business Unusual: Notes from Session 4 of TEDSummit 2019 >>
* Stages of Life: Notes from Session 5 of TEDSummit 2019 >>

* China’s Space Budget is Nearly Triple Russia’s Budget But Far Less Than the USA Budget >>
* Water on the Moon May Be Easier to Reach Thanks to Meteorite Strikes, Solar Wind >>
* These Amazing Women Made NASA’s Apollo Moon Missions Possible >>

* Scientists Spot Two Dead Stars Locked in a Dizzying Dance >>
* Apollo 11 Flight Log, July 24, 1969: Return to Earth >>
* Creating custom labeling jobs with AWS Lambda and Amazon SageMaker Ground Truth >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 July 2019

* Fujifilm’s first surveillance camera can read a license plate from 1km away >>
* Rooftop Solar Refinery Produces Carbon-Neutral Fuels >>

* Tiny drug-filled capsules motor around the body to target cancer cells >>
* SpaceX’s CRS-18 delivers new automated docking adapter to ISS — heres why that matters >>

* Starbucks will soon expand its delivery service via Uber Eats >>
* Pizza Hut tests Amazon Locker-style ‘cubbies’ for carryout orders >>
* Many Animals Can’t Adapt Fast Enough to Climate Change >>

* Google Assistant will quietly obey your light-switching commands >>
* This AI-powered autocompletion software is Gmail’s Smart Compose for coders >>
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* Elon and SpaceX Adding 4 More Raptor Engines (41 engines) to Super Heavy Rocket >>
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* Apple, Google, Facebook and Microsoft petition FCC for super-fast Wi-Fi tethering >>

* Order for First All-Electric Passenger Airplane Placed by Massachusetts Carrier >>
* Microsoft reveals new Windows 10 Start menu in accidental internal leak >>
* Starstruck: investors swarm over new Shanghai tech market >>

* MIT develops a new sensor that could help diagnose sepsis in mere minutes >>
* “We choose to go to the moon”: Lessons from X >>
* Tokyo unveils its recycled e-waste Olympics medals >>

* IBM Science for Social Good 2019 Projects Announced >>
* IBM Gives Cancer-Killing Drug AI Project To the Open Source Community >>
* A five-part series exploring the impact of algorithms on our everyday lives >>

* To Libra or not To Libra >>
* $5 billion FTC settlement still a bargain for Facebook, critics say >>
* Network theorist Albert-László Barabási explores the hidden mechanisms that drive success >>

* How to Manage Outdated Feature Flags >>
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* Finding Zero Days Before The Attackers: A Fortune 500 Red Team Case Study >>
* Architectural Principles of Digital Transformation: A Discussion with Gary Gruver >>

* Space Engine: Universe Simulator >>
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* Here’s Why We’ve Failed to Figure Out Why Infrastructure Costs So Much >>
* Twitter’s Redesign Isn’t About You >>
* Here Are 5 Productivity Tools Every Developer Should Know >>

* China’s control center examines in-orbit BeiDou satellites >>
* China taking more important roles in western movies >>
* Rice cooperation: China’s effort to reduce African hunger >>
* Premier Li stresses greater reform, opening-up >>

* Cruise postpones plan to launch driverless taxi service in 2019 >>
* Never-Googlers: Web users take the ultimate step to guard their data >>
* The Great Hack: Netflix unpacks Cambridge Analytica, Trump, Brexit and democracys death >>

* Computer Life, Quantum Hype, Python Anti-patterns, and Algorithm Series >>
* Facebook’s Messenger Kids allowed kids to talk to unapproved adults >>
* Evolutionary Gene Loss May Help Explain Why Only Humans Are Prone To Heart Attack >>

* Alphabet’s Loon balloons developed clever strategies to pass 1M hours flying in Earth’s stratosphere >>
* Airlines Are Finally Fixing the Middle Seat >>
* AWS launches a new tool to help you optimize your EC2 resources >>

* The Big Rethink: Notes from Session 3 of TEDSummit 2019 >>
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* Tesla China Factory Will Generate Many Billions in Revenue in 2020 >>

* Why do media companies struggle to produce anything of value? >>
* When Should You Fire Your Child from the Family Business? >>
* Watch SpaceX launch its CRS-18 Dragon mission >>

* Google intros Gallery Go offline photo editor >>
* The Debate Over How to Classify Gig Workers Is Missing the Bigger Picture >>
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* 5G’s Waveform Is a Battery Vampire >>
* Searching For The Red Edge: How The Earth’s Forests Are Telling The Aliens Where We Live >>
* LightSail 2 Deploys Solar Sail to Surf the Sun’s Rays >>

* Mysteries of the Local Void: Scientists Map a Vast Emptiness Around the Milky Way >>
* AI Safety Debate and Its Applications >>
* SpaceX CEO Elon Musk on the next giant leap for mankind >>
* Falcon 9 to launch 3D printer that could one day print human organs from space >>

* Today’s global warming is unparalleled in the past 2000 years >>
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