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* 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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