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* Vw’s Type 20 Is An Electrified Dream Of Iconic Campervan >>
* Researchers use kirigami to spin terahertz rays >>
* Robots Made Out of Branches Use Deep Learning to Walk >>

* Tiny jellyfish robot could swim inside the bladder to deliver drugs >>
* Have mice really been cured of HIV using CRISPR gene editing? >>

* Trade war truce does little to boost public confidence in China due to lack of trust in ‘flip-flopping’ Trump >>
* China’s economic downturn hitting wealthy tech hub Shenzhen >>
* Amazon, Microsoft, and Google plot to pull product manufacturing out of China >>

* How Google Duplex Might Make UI Design Obsolete >>
* Sound designers discuss the legacy of their creations >>
* Why Cutting Costs is Expensive: How $9/Hour Software Engineers Cost Boeing Billions >>

* First Flu Vaccine Created By AI To Be Trialed In the US >>
* Waymo can now pick up some California passengers in its self-driving vehicles—but there’s a catch >>
* Airport Facial Recognition, How Abusers Exploit Basic Apps, and More >>

* J.A. Bayona will direct Amazon’s Lord of the Rings show >>
* Plants don’t think, they grow: The case against plant consciousness >>
* A third CRISPR baby may have already been born in China >>

* Powering Edge AI With the Powerful Jetson Nano >>
* Python vs Node.Js: Which Programming Language to Choose? >>
* Daily Crunch: FaceTime gets an eye contact upgrade >>

* GPS on the Moon? NASA’s working on it >>
* Top Industries Getting Revolutionised by Artificial Intelligence >>
* FaaS: 12 uncommon ways to invoke your serverless functions on AWS >>

* Internet of Things (IoT) to Become More Deeply Embedded in 2019 >>
* NASA Abort Test Builds on Apollo Legacy to Keep Artemis Crews Safe >>
* 3rd Mysterious Deep-Space Flash Traced to Host Galaxy >>

* InSight Team Gets Look at Stuck ‘Mole’ on Mars >>
* Dilbert Wednesday July 03, 2019 Measuring Excellence >>
* Prediction that Tesla Will Reveal Version 1 Dry Cell Batteries in a Few Months >>

* Encrypted DNS and SNI Make Pirate Site Blocking Much Harder >>
* Alphabet’s Loon could provide internet in Kenya this year >>
* Choice To Pay Ransomware Might Be Simpler Than You’d Think >>

* Facebook limits the spread of quack cancer treatments but leaves wellness alone >>
* Tiny ‘walking’ motor could help robots build other robots >>

* Deaths And Injuries Don’t Slow Uber Eats’ Rapid Expansion In Mexico >>
* Scientists Are Giving Dead Brains New Life. What Could Go Wrong? >>
* How Much Money You’d Have If You Invested $1,000 In 13 Unicorns’ IPOs >>

* What Good Does a Pacemaker Do in a Corpse? >>
* Highway patrol pulls over hearse in high-occupancy vehicle lane. Is the body an occupant? >>

* Here’s What People Thought of Amazon When It First Launched in the Mid-1990s >>
* 3 better ways to say ‘I don’t have time for this’ >>
* Why did moving the mouse cursor cause Windows 95 to run more quickly? >>

* YouTube bans: Instructional hacking: Showing users how to bypass secure computer systems >>
* APOD Robotic Dragonfly Selected to Fly Across Titan >>
* Collaborative-telepresence-could-render-distance-relatively-meaningless >>

* ethics-in-the-age-of-artificial-intelligence >>
* Japan’s return to commercial whaling has no economic or cultural case >>
* Amazon plans a 43-story skyscraper in Seattle suburb >>

* This Radical New DNA Microscope Reimagines the Cellular World >>
* Drones and AI used to enhance lost person search and rescue >>
* Amazing Decisions: The Illustrated Guide to Improving Business Deals and Family Meals >>

* EU AI Will Rely on Memories >>
* Are Emerging Memories Finally Emerging? >>
* Robots that are not quite life-like: ‘Uncanny valley’ in the brain >>

* Cloudflare gave everyone 30-minute break the internet yesterday >>
* Cloud Covered: What was new in Google Cloud in June >>
* Daily Crunch: Tim Cook fires back at the WSJ >>

* Researchers create eye-tracking glasses that auto-focus where you look >>
* Here’s how multiplayer works in ‘Dr. Mario World’ >>
* SpaceX Recovered Its First Rocket Fairing. Let’s Crunch the Numbers! >>

* Tesla delivered a record 95,000 cars this spring >>
* The Single Age: On finances >>
* The Single Age: On perception >>

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