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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? >>
* Best of 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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