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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 September 2019

* Meet Olli 2.0, a 3D-printed autonomous shuttle >>
* Spatial Computing; One client changes everything. >>
* Space hotel with artificial gravity will be in orbit by 2025 >>

* Physicists Just Released Step-by-Step Instructions for Building a Wormhole >>
* Scientists have found longevity biomarkers >>
* SpaceX Orbital Starship Aiming for 20 Kilometer Flight in October and Orbital Attempt After >>

* New trailers: Joker, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Terminator: Dark Fate, and more >>

* First car painted with the world’s “blackest black” is deeply unsettling >>
* How to Teach an Iris Scanner That the Eye It’s Looking at Is Dead >>
* AI at the Speed of Light >>

* AIs that deblur faces could make people on CCTV easier to identify >>

* AI-enhanced ECGs may soon assess overall health >>
* A deep learning technique for context-aware emotion recognition >>

* Mars Helicopter Drone Installed on NASA’s Next Red Planet Rover >>
* Chinese, US scientists develop AI technology to help detect submarines in uncharted waters >>

* Hitting the Books: Robots came for our jobs, then they came for our coffee >>
* Sonic Soak is basically a miniature washing machine that fits in your pocket, on sale >>
* The Joys of Being a Late Tech Adopter’ >>

* Entanglement sent over 50 km of optical fiber >>
* This Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through August 31) >>
* Tech for the greater good; Can advanced technologies such as AI improve the well-being of humans? >>

* Why Does The U.S. Defence Department Need A Huge Underground Facility By Friday? >>
* Brain waves detected in mini-brains grown in a dish >>
* The next clean energy source? Snow. >>

* AI Alignment Writing Day Roundup #1 >>
* Engineers at MIT and Analog Devices have created the first fully-programmable 16-bit carbon nanotube microprocessor >>
* Power contextual bandits using continual learning with Amazon SageMaker RL >>

* Jack Ma: AI could enable a 12-hour work week >>
* Nuke Mars? Here Are Some (Hopefully Better) Alternatives >>
* Microsoft’s cloudy Windows Virtual Desktop: It fills a gap, but there are plenty of annoyances >>

* Open Source Web Crawling is About Ten to Fifteen Years Behind Google >>
* SpaceX, OneWeb, or Kepler Communications: Who Really Launched the First Ku-band Satellite? >>
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* Best of arXiv.org for AI, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning – July 2019 >>

* Quantum Gravity Could Reverse Cause and Effect >>

* 8K Association lays out ‘key performance attributes’ for 8K TVs >>
* Samsung Galaxy Note 10 review: The right size at the wrong price >>
* Samsung’s first mid-tier 5G phone emerges in leak >>

* Should the Linux Kernel Accept Drivers Written In Rust? >>
* Trump Tweets Photo of Iran’s Rocket Failure While Denying US Involvement >>
* What it’s like to work as a safety driver in a self-driving car >>

* Enabling at-scale government transformations through partner support >>
* How to double the odds that your change program will succeed >>
* Mindset: The key to growth in the digital age >>

* Japan conducts world’s 1st transplant with iPS cells for corneal disease >>
* Big Brother or necessary surveillance – does facial recognition tech infringe on our privacy and civil rights? >>
* Usage Share Of Internet Browsers From 1996 To 2019, Visualized >>

* SpaceX Super Heavy Starship 2.0 Will Be 8 Times Bigger Than Super Heavy Starship >>
* Scientists Test Mars Spacesuit By Climbing a Glacier in Iceland >>
* How Engineers of New Energy Technology Are Taking Cues From Nature >>

* a16z Podcast: From the Internet’s Past to the Future of Crypto >>
* Social Networking in 2030: How Could Crypto Change Things? >>
* The Architecture of Crypto Innovation >>

* Top 3 Takeaways from the State of DevOps 2019 Report >>
* 2019 Accelerate State of DevOps Report >>
* Why Is Customer Service So Bad? Because It’s Profitable. >>
* Where I Think “Agile” is Headed — Part Four: What Does “Agile” Mean? >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 August 2019

* NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Has Been Assembled for First Time >>
* MIT’s fleet of autonomous boats can now shapeshift >>
* MIT engineers build advanced microprocessor out of carbon nanotubes >>

* All bets now off on which ape was humanity’s ancestor >>
* MIT’s new thread-like robots could travel through blood vessels in the brain >>

* AI face-off: Alibaba’s Jack Ma sees new human chapter while Tesla’s Elon Musk frets about machine control >> >>
* Shanghai hosts 2019 World Artificial Intelligence Conference to boost innovation >>

* Climate activists plan to use drones to shut down Heathrow Airport next month >>
* Nike’s self-lacing Huarache can be controlled with Apple Watch and Siri >>
* Underwater highways, insect burgers and holidays in space? >>

* Microsoft’s HoloLens 2 looks ready to go on sale in September >>
* Apple will unveil its latest iPhones on September 10th >>
* NASA completes inflight testing of supersonic plane X-59’s virtual cockpit window >>

* Mini-brains grown in a lab show neural activity like preterm babies >>
* Puzzling signals seen by LIGO may be gravitational wave split in two >>

* A.I. Sniffs Out Smoke Damage In Vineyards >>
* Israel marks start of work at thermal solar ‘sea of mirrors’ >>
* Startup says its blood test can detect early-stage lung cancer >>

* Becoming a Machine Learning Practitioner >>
* a16z Podcast: What to Know about FedRAMP >>
* API Gateways are going through an identity crisis >>

* Researchers demonstrate all-optical neural network for deep learning >>
* DARPA Making Progress on Miniaturized Atomic Clocks for Future PNT Applications >>
* Can We Capture Energy From a Hurricane?.>>

* Apple expands access to official repair parts for third-party shops >>
* Becoming a machine learning practitioner >>
* Porsche’s app-based car subscriptions come to four more cities >>

* Citizens should be allowed to kick robots >>
* Technology the ‘new frontier’ in mental health care >>
* AI Emotion-Detection Arms Race >>

* Self-driving cars must be experts on ridiculously specific road rules >>
* When Teamwork Is Good for Employees — and When It Isn’t >>
* Algorithmic Foreign Policy >>

* 5G on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ delivers dizzying highs and frustrating lows >>
* Bill Gates explains why he’s backing companies that change how we build >>
* See SpaceX’s Starhopper Touch Down for Final Time (Photo) >>

* Disney+ device streaming limits could be big problem >>
* Get Disney+ for $4 per month, if you buy three years upfront >>
* YouTube drops paywall for new shows as battle with video streaming rivals heats up >>

* Facebook is training an AI assistant inside ‘Minecraft’ >>
* Facebook rolls out new business tools for Messenger, kills the ‘Discover’ tab >>
* Researchers develop low-power, low-cost network for 5G connectivity >>

* An incredible year for Impossible Foods >>
* AI learns to model our Universe >>
* TED Can we choose to fall out of love >>

* 6 Lessons we learned when debugging a scaling problem on GitLab.com >>
* Debugging a Scale Problem, Verifying Cryptographic Protocols, Remote Team Stress, and PAC-MAN Source oreilly.com/ideas/four-short-links-29-august-2019?
* HTC’s unlimited VR service comes to Valve Index headsets >>

* Don’t go bananas: Should we be cutting down on the fruit we eat? >>
* We tested top-selling unbreakable glasses—here’s what happened >>
* A trip to Mars could cause brain damage. Here’s how NASA aims to protect astronauts. >>

* The Morning After: Apple will stop listening in on Siri recordings >>
* NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope >>
* A Major Step for the James Webb Space Telescope >>

* You’ll Take Your First Ride in a Flying Car Within a Decade >>
* New Electric Aircraft Motor Lab Aims For 1MW Electric Airplane Motor >>
* All-optical neural network for deep learning >>

* Creating A Shopping Cart With HTML5 Web Storage >>
* NASA starts accepting kids’ name suggestions for its Mars 2020 rover >>
* 3d-printed Salt Gives Form To Absorbable Bone Implants >>

* Scientists discover a rare sleep gene in a family that needs less than six hours a night each >>
* SpaceX’s Starhopper Flight Test Is a Big Step Forward for Elon Musk’s Moon Dreams >>
* Private firms tapping intl space market >>

* Monitoring Jenkins Using Instana >>
* What a Self-Organizing Team Is (Not) >>
* How Does Leadership Fit Into Self-Organizing Teams? >>

* Programming Languages of the Future >>
* The Top Ten Cloud Tools From AWS >>
* 2019 UI/UX Design Trends You Should Know >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 August 2019

* SpaceX’s Starhopper Totally Aces It Final Test Flight >>
* Microsoft wants to bring exFAT to the Linux kernel >>

* Nissan creates self-driving golf ball that always finds the hole >>
* KFC’s plant-based ‘chicken’ sold out in five hours >>

* Doorbell-Camera Firm Ring Partnered With Police Forces, Extending Surveillance Reach >>
* Businesses Are Using VR To Learn How To Best Fire People >>
* Exclusive: 3-Wheeled Aptera Reboots as World’s Most Efficient Electric Car >>

* NASA has activated its Deep Space Atomic Clock >>
* Elroy Air’s massive cargo drone completes its first test flight >>
* Duolingo is now offering a beta version of Latin courses >>

* Reporter rides China’s EHang flying taxi >>
* MAKS 2019 air show opens in Zhukovsky, Russia >>
* How to Manage Agile Teams With Microservices >>

* Dockless Roombas >>
* Kubernetes Concerns >>
* You’ll Take Your First Ride in a Flying Car Within a Decade >>
* Where the Opportunities Are in Regulated Marketplaces: Managed Marketplaces >>

* How to lose $1B in 10 seconds >>
* Words that do Handstands >>
* Lessons from Stripe >>

* Apple releases emergency software to avoid private photo hack >>
* Here’s a question you should ask about every climate change plan >>
* The Threat of Climate Change Should Concern All Technologists >>

* Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Human Beings >>
* The Top Ten Cloud Tools From AWS >>
* Everything you need to know about the fires in the Amazon >>

* LG’s $4,399.99 fridge makes ‘craft ice’ for cocktail lovers >>
* Watching Keanu Reeves Learn How To Ride A Horse In ‘John Wick 3’ Is So Darn Wholesome >>
* Great white sharks vanish from Cape Town, and no one knows why >>

* The power of being single: The new wave of ‘single-positive’ people >>
* Neuroscientist Says Brain Uploads Are Bunk >>
* How Quantum Radar Could Completely Change Warfare >>

* World’s first gene-edited reptile gives hope for albino eye problems cure >>
* Google Maps will let you plan ‘mixed modes’ of travel for complicated, multipart trips >>
* Worm robot could wiggle its way through arteries in the brain >>

* Graphene-lined Clothing Could Prevent Mosquito Bites >>
* Nanotube microchips could make computers more energy efficient >>
* UK police are using AI to spot spikes in Brexit-related hate crimes >>

* DNA mutation lets some people live healthily on only 4 hours’ sleep >>
* Exercise to Sleep Better >>
* Algorithms Find Top 11 Adjectives For Men V. Women In 3.5m Books >>

* US traffic agency plans to test rearview camera systems for vehicles >>
* VMware fortifies its hybrid-cloud portfolio with management, automation, AWS and Dell offerings >>
* One simple chart: Who is interested in Apache Pulsar? >>

* IBM Trusted AI toolkits for Python combat AI bias >>
* Lawsuit Over Computer Chips Invokes Trade War With China >>
* How the lack of pay-as-you-go SIMs are thwarting the always-connected PC >>

* Google to shut down its job application service in 2020 >>
* Fitbit’s CEO discusses the company’s subscription future >>
* Fitbit launches Premium subscription service for health coaching >>

* Apple fires hundreds of contractors hired to listen to Siri recordings >>
* Airship acquires A/B testing company Apptimize >>
* A warm reception for the Class of 2023 >>

* Git the news here! Code quality doesn’t count for much when it comes to pull requests >>
* Porsche Claims It Can Double Tesla’s Fast-Charging Rate >>
* A Novelist Takes Self-Driving to Its Illogical Conclusion >>

* Interview John Bilcow on the Work to a Next Generation Space Station >>
* How Boring Company Could Become Bigger than Tesla Within Four Years >>
* Algorithms Aid Search for Source of Spacetime Rumbles >>

* A Carbon Nanotube Microprocessor Mature Enough to Say Hello >>
* Unpiloted Soyuz Capsule With Humanoid Robot On Board Finally Reaches Space Station >>
* SpaceX Dragon Capsule Returns to Earth with NASA Science Haul >>

* NASA Satellites Confirm Amazon Rainforest Is Burning at a Record Rate >>
* Japan’s Hayabusa2 Asteroid Probe Packs Its Space-Rock Bag for Return to Earth >>
* Astronauts Will Face Many Hazards on a Journey to Mars >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 August 2019

* A Successful Artificial Memory Has Been Created >>
* Bell’s innovative VTOL cargo craft takes its first successful autonomous flight >>
* SpaceX Starhopper 150m hover test aborted (updated) >>

* Google Maps adds biking and ridesharing to transit directions for multi-mode commutes >>
* Hyundai’s electric scooter prototype is built for ‘last mile’ rides >>

* Optical neural network could lead to intelligent cameras >>
* A smartphone app can detect tiny amounts of norovirus in water >>

* Researchers Created AI That Hides Your Emotions From Other AI >>
* Remote control operators for self-driving shuttles >>
* IBM’s quantum-resistant magnetic tape storage is not actually snake oil >>

* StoryAI, a bot that autocompletes a story for you >>
* The first alleged crime committed in space raises questions about jurisdiction in orbit >>
* A mobile phone that respects your freedom >>

* Belkin’s cheaper water meter can detect usage and leaks anywhere in the home >>
* The voice-controlled standing desk will soon be a thing you can buy >>
* Smart China Expo sees 530 projects signed >>

* 5G technology among highlights of Smart China Expo >>
* NASA Has Turned on a Deep Space GPS >>
* The Next Recession Will Destroy Millennials >>

* The BBC is developing its own voice assistant called ‘Beeb’ >>
* Daily Crunch: Smartphone sales decline again >>
* After a botched docking attempt, Russia delivers a humanoid robot to the space station >>

* GlobalFoundries lawsuit threatens sales bans against Apple, NVIDIA >>
* Every telecom company can be hacked and “everybody should be suspect,” Huawei USA’s chief security officer >>
* Every Computer Science Degree Should Require a Course in Cybersecurity >>

* SpaceX’s Dragon Cargo Spacecraft Takes Science Experiments Back to Earth >>
* Deep Medicine: Can AI Help Your Doctor ‘Get’ You? >>
* How Much Is AI Really Moving the Needle on Health? >>

* Trump’s Trade War Isn’t Just a US–China Problem >>
* Underwater tunnel innovation platform established in China >>
* Disappearing Plastics Stay Strong in the Shadows and Melt Away in the Sun >>

* This robot will weed your garden—here’s how it works >>
* Tesla Shanghai Factory is Testing a Model Production Line >>
* Q&A: This Autocompletion Tool Aims to Supercharge Your Coding >>
* New Double 3 Robot Makes Telepresence Easier than Ever >>

* Blue Ocean Robotics Acquires Beam Telepresence Robot From Suitable Technologies >>
* All of the Winners in the DARPA Subterranean Challenge Tunnel Circuit >>
* JUICE: Targeting Three Icy Moons >>
* India’s Chandrayaan-2 Spacecraft Scouts the Moon in New Lunar Photos >>

* X-37B Military Space Plane Breaks Record on Latest Mystery Mission >>
* Upwelling Oceans: Modeling Exoplanet Habitability >>
* There Could be Planets Out There Which are Even More Habitable than Earth >>

* A Rail Gun the Size of Manhattan Could Reveal the Secrets of the Higgs Boson >>
* Serving deep learning at Curalate with Apache MXNet, AWS Lambda, and Amazon Elastic Inference >>
* NASA Astronaut Celebrates Women’s Equality Day in Space at Midpoint of Record-Breaking Flight >>

* Rey Wields a Dark New Lightsaber in ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ First Look >>
* Sending Even a Tiny Message Through a Black Hole Would Make It Evaporate >>
* Emojivision app turns your iPhone’s camera into a real-time emoji painting machine >>

* Avoiding Sexual Predators, YouTube Radicalization, Brian Behlendorf, and Cyberpunk Present >>
* Personal Information, Research Data, Massive Lamba Scale, and The Moral Character of Cryptographic Work >>
* This Skateboarding Trick Has Broken Our Brains >>

* Netflix has shipped 5 billion discs >>
* ‘Dangerous’ AI offers to write fake news >>
* The robo racing cars accelerating driverless tech >>

* A 1980s Woolworths training video on how to catch shoplifters >>
* Please Add RSS Support To Your Site >>
* More and bigger cruise ships are crowding coastal destinations. When is enough, enough? Who gets to decide? >>

* The Vegebot That Can Harvest Lettuce >>
* Only Human? Commonsense Reasoning for Artificially Intelligent Agents >>
* Lambda School’s For-Profit Plan to Solve Student Debt >>

* The IAM Conundrum >>
* Conversational AI: Design and Build a Contextual Assistant (Part 2) >>
* Silicon Valley’s Secret Philosophers Should Share Their Work >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 August 2019

* NASA’s new moon-landing supercomputer is more powerful and more eco-friendly >>
* John Travolta to Silicon Valley: Catch up! >>
* Disney unveils new details about Galactic Starcruiser, the Star Wars hotel >>

* AI analyzed 3.3 million scientific abstracts and discovered possible new materials >>
* Skin patch could painlessly deliver vaccines, cancer medications in one minute >>
* SpaceX Starhopper 150 Meter Flight Could Be Today >>

* This 8-Minute Galactic Primer Is the Future of AR Education >>
* Watch the new ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ trailer >>
* 16 Minutes on the News #7: Apple Card, BEC Scams Federal Indictment >>
* Singularity Hub’s Daily Podcast >>

* Google Maps >>
* Nvidia and VMware team up to make GPU virtualization easier >>
* Stealth glider made out of special polymer self-destructs in sunlight >>

* US Air Force space plane breaks previous record for orbital spaceflight >>
* KFC is testing Beyond Meat ‘chicken’ in an Atlanta restaurant >>
* Why now is the time to get ready for quantum computing >>

* TED: how_the_west_can_adapt_to_a_rising_asia >>
* How organizations are sharpening their skills to better understand and use AI >>
* Experiments with a single atom rule out the ‘fifth force’ theory of dark energy >>

* Microservice Boundaries >>
* Robot Skills and Messaging APIs >>
* Using AI to Provide Better Screening for Alzheimer’s >>
* Voxxed Days Microservices: Guillaume Laforge on “Cloud Run, Serverless Containers in Action” >>

* ‘Agile Programming is Not Dead, Quite the Opposite’ >>
* Which Three Hot Markets Are Undergoing Cloud-Native Disruption? >>
* How to Protect Dataset Privacy Using Python and Pandas >>

* Is a global recession coming? Here are seven warning signs >>
* Stock market insiders selling up >>
* The Disney+ interface feels empty but elegant compared to Netflix >>

* China’s cybersecurity companies eye Belt and Road opportunities >>
* Smart China Expo held in China’s Chongqing >>
* China facial recognition unicorn Megvii pledges to guard against weaponisation of AI on road to IPO >>

* Gene editing tool could treat many diseases created by mutations >>
* AT&T’s telecoms chief is retiring amid industry upheaval >>
* Can Chess Survive Artificial Intelligence? >>

* Reality Is Falling Apart For Natalie Portman’s Astronaut In ‘Lucy In The Sky’ Official Trailer >>
* Waymo’s robot taxi service is improving, but riders still have complaints >>
* In Photos: Russia’s Humanoid Skybot Robot for Space >>

* Upgraded ISS Now Has a 600 Megabit per Second Internet Connection >>
* *Good Economics for Hard Times* >>
* British airports are testing 3D screening equipment to check carry-on bags >>

* Should We Eat Less Rice? >>
* Marines carried into battle on silent wings wearing invisible bodysuits are among some of the futuristic tech dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7393287/Royal-Navy-engineers-futuristic-tech-visions-include-invisible-body-suits.html?
* Why don’t we nuke them? Trump has repeatedly asked if he can drop nuclear bombs on HURRICANES >>

* Watch: Astronaut Captures Stunning Time-Lapse Video of Southern Lights From Space >>
* Musk and Bezos’ Satellite Internet Could Save Consumers Billions of Dollars >>
* Bone Marrow Stem Cells vs Umbilical Cord Stem Cells >>

* Augmented reality glasses may help people with low vision better navigate their environment >>
* How to defeat the disease that killed half the people who ever lived >>

* VMware spends $4.2B to grab Pivotal, Carbon Black to secure, develop integrated cloud world >>
* VMware is bringing VMs and containers together, taking advantage of Heptio acquisition >>

* Satellite internet startup Astranis books first commercial launch on SpaceX Falcon 9 >>
* NASA’s new moon-landing supercomputer is more powerful and more eco-friendly >>
* Here’s all the fine print on Disney+ >>

* U.S. Trucking Industry Rushes to Switch to Electronic Logging Devices >>
* Space Station Crew Takes Soyuz Capsule for ‘Sunday Drive’ to Swap Parking Spots >>
* Volocopter gets safety nod in push for air taxis of the future >>

* Macron Says France and US Have Reached a Deal To End a Standoff Over a French Tax on Big Internet Companies >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 August 2019

* The End of Agile >>
* What companies are for >>
* Exploring the debate on the future of work: the end of management? >>

* Fully Grown: Why a Stagnant Economy is a Sign of Success >>
* Google says only talk about work at work – and definitely no politics >>
* Is Agile Becoming Less and Less Relevant? >>
* How Agile Fails in Practice >>

* Leaving Earth >>
* Scientists bioprint living tissue in a matter of seconds >>
* For Disney, it’s all about ‘quality over quantity’ with Disney+ >>

* TED: The power to think ahead in a reckless age >>
* TED: Ping-pong and the riddle of victory >>
* So Much Of Our Lives Have Been Exposed Through Breaches We Have No Privacy Left >>

* Chinese murder suspect ‘caught by AI software that spotted dead person’s face’ >>
* Let’s Meet Again in Five Years >>
* New trailers: The Mandalorian, Motherless Brooklyn, The Morning Show, and more >>

* FAA: Please don’t weaponize your drone >>
* Disney+ confirms its Obi-Wan Kenobi series will begin shooting in 2020 >>
* The Black Widow trailer is full of back-to-back brutal fights >>

* Privacy vs social good: AI must balance responsibilities, China governance expert says >>
* China looks to school kids to win the global AI race >>
* Donald Trump appears to soften trade war rhetoric with ‘second thoughts’ >>

* Deploying Grafana to Kubernetes Using App Template >>
* Cowrie medium interaction SSH and Telnet honeypot designed to log brute force attacks >>
* Machine Learning on AWS >>

* Beware the Epiphany-Industrial Complex >>
* For Ride-Hailing Drivers, Data Is Power >>
* Tests at 3 years old could predict how well your brain will age >>

* The best robotics kits for beginners >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 August 2019

* The first crime in space? Nasa investigates an unprecedented divorce case >>
* Trump Asserts He Can Force U.S. Companies to Leave China >>
* Will China Overtake the U.S. in Artificial Intelligence Research? >>

* Researchers advance organ-on-chip technology to advance drug development >>
* *The Economist’s Hour: False Prophets, Free Markets, and the Fracture of Society* >>

* How SpaceX plans to move Starship from Cocoa site to Kennedy Space Center >>
* The next trick for CRISPR is gene-editing pain away >>
* This Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through August 24) >>

* Homomorphic encryption; ‘Holy Grail’ of Encryption Could Be a Game-Changer for AI >>
* How To Build A Real-Time Multiplayer Virtual Reality Game (Part 1) >>
* The Next Generation of Cloud Security Startups >>

* Uber tries to reassure customers that it takes safety seriously, following NYTimes book exerpt >>
* The Morning After: Hands on with Disney+ 4K and HDR streaming >>
* Dark Energy Experiment in a London Basement Shows No Traces of Mysterious ‘Fifth Force’ >>

* Astrobotic is Going to Use a Vulcan Rocket For its Lunar Lander in 2021 >>
* Should You Buy the Galaxy Note 10+? >>
* Get the world’s smallest Linux computer for under $50 >>

* The Neural Networks in Borderline Personality Disorder >>
* Russian Soyuz Spacecraft Carrying Humanoid Robot Aborts Docking at Space Station >>
* Why F45 is the fastest-growing fitness franchise—and workout craze >>

* American ISPs fined $75,000 for fuzzing airport’s weather radar by stealing spectrum >>
* This 3 In 1 Smartphone Case Protects Your Privacy While Protecting Your Screen >>
* Ask Engadget: What are the best outdoor navigation apps? >>

* Open Source Economics, Program Synthesis, YouTube Influence, and ChatBot Papers >>
* State-of-the-art In Program Synthesis >>
* Chatbot and Related Research Paper Notes with Images >>

* The Complete Guide to Emotional Intelligence >>
* A.I. Is the Cause Of — And Solution To — the End of the World >>
* Data Scientists, The 5 Graph Algorithms that you should know >>

* Does the amazon provide 20% of our oxygen? >>
* Software Architecture Guide >>
* Reliable after 50 years: The Apollo Guidance Computer’s switching power supplies >>

* Disney+ | Start Streaming November 12 >>
* Disney Plus will give you 4 simultaneous streams, 4K and HDR for no extra cost >>
* Black Widow trailer debuts for Disney D23 Expo crowd >>
* The Mandalorian | Official Trailer >>
* The new Disney+ streaming service is oriented around fans and families >>

* Graphcore founder Nigel Toon to talk about AI chips at Disrupt Berlin >>
* Sudo Prank [Comic] >>
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* What Is an API Platform? >>
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* The evolution of the Onewheel >>
* Beginners Guide – Building an Online Retail Web Shop Workshop (Technical Rules) >>
* Machine Learning on AWS >>

* Highlights of 12th China-Northeast Asia Expo >>
* US book publishers sue Audible over AI-powered transcription (updated) >>
* Lamborghini teaser hints at a hybrid ‘hypercar’ >>

* Toyota going all-out with electric vehicles for the 2020 Olympics >>

* Trump Ordered U.S. Companies to Leave China. Is That Possible? >>
* One Crazy Day Showed How Political Chaos Threatens the World Economy >>
* What Happens When You Build a Global Economy For the Benefit of the Richest (Hint: It Collapses) >>
* How Trump’s Rhetoric Exposed America’s Moral Hypocrisy >>

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