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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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