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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 09 July 2019

* Russia says it will give soldiers bomb-carrying drones >>
* Watch This Drone Explode Into Maple Seed Microdrones in Midair >>
* A man-made embryo shows how a stem cell finds its role >>

* Amazon asks FCC for permission to launch internet satellites >>
* Virtual Influencers Are on the Rise. How Far Will Their Influence Go? >>
* NASA’s Lunar Space Station Is a Great/Terrible Idea >>

* Social Media Could Make It Impossible to Grow Up >>
* Pace of Super-technology Will Define the 21st Century >>
* SpaceX Raptor Engine 600 Hz Vibration Problem Fixed so Hopper Ready To Hover >>

* New trailers: Knives Out, Jumanji: The Next Level, and more >>
* ICE and the FBI are using facial recognition on driver’s license databases around the US >>
* NASA’s Mighty Moon Launcher Moves to Rocket Pad for Solo Testing >>
* A hospital introduced a robot to help nurses. They didn’t expect it to be so popular >>

* Amazon staff will strike during Prime Day over working conditions >>
* LA’s earthquake warning system worked — just not how people expected >>
* Data orchestration for AI, big data, and cloud >>
* Google is testing a global video play/pause button for Chrome >>

* NASA’s giant mobile Artemis Moon launcher hits the pad for final testing >>
* Real 5G is nearly three times faster than LTE, but not everywhere >>
* Scientists Teach AI to Spot Far-Away Galaxy Clusters >>

* Space moss, stem cells and more are on their way to the ISS >>
* Scientists store data inside molecules that drive your metabolism >>
* Small fire breaks out and is extinguished at SpaceX’s Florida Starship facility >>

* The future of hiring and the talent market with AI >>
* The future of machine learning is tiny >>
* Top AI breakthroughs you need to know >>

* Toward learned algorithms, data structures, and systems >>
* What AI-Driven Decision Making Looks Like >>
* Where May Mobility’s self-driving shuttles might show up next >>

* AI made from a sheet of glass can recognise numbers just by looking >>
* Abu Dhabi turns on the ‘world’s biggest’ single site solar plant made from 3.2MILLION panels >>
* British Airways faces largest ever data breach fine for 2018 hack >>
* Extracting sperm directly from testicles could help infertility issues >>

* immunotherapy-may-help-treat-some-resistant-bowel-cancers >>
* Dog-like robot designed to HOP across rough terrain on other planets plays live-action ping pong in incredible footage >>
* Amazon workers are planning a strike on Prime Day: ‘We need change’ >>
* Why Tesla ‘has a problem appealing to women’: Electric cars, Elon Musk may be off-putting >>

* Antigravity water transport system inspired by trees >>
* The Largest Black Holes in the Universe Formed in a Snap — Then Stopped >>
* NASA’s Next Mars Rover Gets New Tools Ahead of 2020 Mission >>
* SpaceX Starship Presentation is Coming in Late July >>

* Fraser and John Michael Godier Debate the Fermi Paradox >>
* This 3D printed green wall comes with an embedded irrigation system >>
* Scientists create an “eye on reality” camera that sees invisible light >>
* Red Planet Dust Storms Are Brewing in ESA’s Mars Express Photos >>

* India Gearing Up to Launch 2nd Moon Mission This Weekend >>
* apollo-moon-colony-dangers >>
* The ESA’s SpaceBok Robot Will Hop Its Way Around Low-Gravity Worlds >>
* Telescope Teamwork Reveals Gas Dwarf Planet’s Atmosphere >>

* NASA’s ‘Green’ Fuel Satellite Passes Its First Test >>
* NASA Announces a Dozen Science and Tech Experiments to Scout the Moon >>
* “A nasty, brutal fight”: what a US-Iran war would look like >>

* In the age of deepfakes, could virtual actors put humans out of business? >>
* Bridge expected to benefit more people in southwest China >>
* Waste sorting generating new business opportunities in China >>

* Programmer Levels [Comic] >>
* 6 VR Developers Sony Could Buy To Secure PSVR 2’s Future >>

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