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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 November 2019

October 31, 2019 Leave a comment

* WhatsApp hacked to spy on top government officials at U.S. allies >>
* One robotic arm to grasp them all is developed at Ben-Gurion University >>
* AlphaStar: Grandmaster level in StarCraft II using multi-agent reinforcement learning >>

* Experimental cancer drug that targets gene mutation can shrink tumours >>
* Europe’s first brain stimulation device for depression launched in UK >>
* Delivery drones could land on public transport to extend their range >>

* This MIT Robot Wants to Use Your Reflexes to Walk and Balance >>
* NASA’s Voyager Missions Were Amazing. Now Scientists Want a True Interstellar Probe >>
* AI pet-swapping app shows you what your dog would look like as a bear >>

* Driving license tests just got smarter in India with Microsoft’s AI project >>
* Forget self-driving cars, this plane landed itself >>
* With Garmin Autoland, small planes can land themselves if the pilot becomes incapacitated >>

* AI Startup Brings Computer Vision to Customer Service – Ep. 102 >>
* TED: The Medical Potential Of Ai And Metabolites >>
* ROSCon 2019 >>
* TED: WHat Productive Conflict Can Offer A Workplace >>
* TED: How To Bring Affordable Sustainable Electricity To Africa >>
* Digital Anarchist Talk Videos >>
* Digital Anarchist Live – DOES DAY 3 >>
* Cloud Native Drift: The Roadblock for Achieving Architectural Governance >>

* Sidewalk Labs (Alphabet’s grand experiment in smart cities) will move forward in Toronto >>
* Aussie-made autonomous submarine draws immersive 3D underwater maps >>
* System provides cooling with no electricity >>

* UQ’s supercomputer makes AI training for digital pathology hundreds of times faster >>
* Moovit-Waze collaboration to provide pilot car-pooling service >>
* Inside the dystopian nightmare of an internet shutdown >>

* 10 Scariest VR Games For Horror Fans On Quest, PSVR, And PC VR >>
* Why We’re Investing in Tmunity >>

* Microsoft to release an alpha of WinUI 3.0 next week >>
* Microsoft is poised to add machine-reading results to Microsoft Search >>
* IoT in eCommerce: Technologies Change the Industry >>

* Turning Google traffic into leads, and what’s new in SEO >>
* YouTubers raise $10 million for tree charity — and bring in tens of millions of views >>
* The SpaceX Starship is a very big deal >>

* This Field Of Explosive Charges Going Off In Sync Is Obscenely Satisfying >>
* The Origin of Consciousness in the Brain Is About to Be Tested >>
* A call for the next big ideas in news >>

* Intel Launches Core i9-9900KS 8-Core CPU At 5GHz Across All Cores >>
* IBM: AI Will Change Every Job and Increase Demand For Creative Skills >>
* How to Recognize and Adapt to Transformational Changes Happening in Your Industry >>

* Double-sided tape for tissues could replace surgical sutures >>
* Bosun Tijani talks strategy as CEO of Africa’s new largest tech hub >>
* Why Does Israel Have So Many Startups? >>

* Stem Cell Therapies are Closer to Not Needing Anti-Rejection Drugs >>
* Radiation Experiment, Cookie Oven and More Headed to Space Station on Cygnus Cargo Ship >>
* Orange Supermoon Lights Up a Portuguese Castle in Night-Sky Photo >>

* Giant Magellan Telescope Inks Key Construction Contract, Eyes 2029 ‘1st Light’ >>
* Elon Musk: SpaceX to Launch Vital Crew Dragon Escape System Test Soon >>

* Demystifying Security on AWS Cloud >>
* Cloud Migration Benefits and Strategies for Businesses in 2019 >>
* It’s the Great PumpGAN, Charlie Brown >>
* Best Practices to Handle Large-Scale Cloud Migration Like a Pro >>

* 2020 will be the year of the tall phone, I want no part of it >>
* Motorola’s foldable display RAZR leaks in first official-looking images >>
* New Telescope Instrument Will Watch the Sky with 5,000 Eyes >>

* Walmart is reportedly looking to sell its Vudu streaming service >>
* Fisker’s affordable all-electric SUV is called ‘Ocean’ >>
* GraphQL a cut above the REST, say query lang’s fans: Airbnb, Knotel, others embrace the tech >>

* Apple profits hit by slowing iPhone sales >>
* Artificial networks shed light on human face recognition >>
* AI allows paralyzed person to ‘handwrite’ with his mind >>

* Zombie apocalypse: Attempts to wipe out a horde of the undead would not work, mathematicians >>
* Second CIIE to bring more surprises to the world >>
* Gif Is Dead. Long Live The Gif. >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 October 2019

October 30, 2019 Leave a comment

* Volocopter’s massive utility drone can carry up to 440 pounds >>
* DeepMind’s StarCraft 2 AI is now better than 99.8 percent of all human players >>
* Block-like robots could assemble into emergency staircases >>

* Revolutionary air filtering device absorbs carbon dioxide ‘at any concentration level’ — and could be a major step towards solving climate change >>
* Welcome to year 50 of the information age >>
* Australia wants to verify porn users by scanning their faces >>

* Vint Cerf’s top moments from 50 years of the Internet >>
* Tune into the radio with the Google Assistant and SiriusXM >>
* Wearable activity trackers a reliable tool for predicting death risk in older adults >>

* HBO Max will be more expensive than Netflix, Disney or Apple. Does that mean it’ll be a tough sell? >>
* HBO Max will cost $14.99 per month and launch in May 2020 >>
* Ranked: All the major streaming services, from Netflix to Apple TV+ to Disney+ >>
* AT&T updates its unlimited plans again, now with more data and less free TV >>

* Innovating bold >>
* All-seeing eyes: The epic plan to track almost everything on Earth >>
* AI Will Soon Be Able To Decode Your Poop >>

* Google Search will stop indexing Flash content this year >>
* Chasing Unlimited Energy With the World’s Largest Fusion Reactor >>
* Electric cars could charge in 10 minutes with a new kind of battery >>

* Learn how to Use a Time Series Platform to Monitor All Aspects of Your Kubernetes Deployment >>
* How Do Code Reviews Work at Google? >>
* Most Comprehensive Guide to Twitter Webhooks on the Internet >>

* WiFi Is Illegal in This American Town. (And Yes, People Actually Live There.) >>
* Construction Company Caterpillar Wants To Mine the Moon >>
* U.S. Army Wants New High-Tech Goggles With AR, VR, and Night Vision >>

* The Cirrus Vision Is the Private Jet That Lands Itself >>
* In-space manufacturing could prompt more startups to reach for the stars >>
* Chinese shoppers say they would shun American brands during the world’s busiest 24 hours of online shopping >>

* Google launches TensorFlow Enterprise with long-term support and managed services >>
* Is Crispr the Next Antibiotic? >>
* The SpaceX Starship is a very big deal >>

* Why did Elon Musk just buy a million trees? >>
* Tune into the radio with the Google Assistant and SiriusXM >>
* TikTok, Museums, the Audio Explosion, and Other Trends in Entertainment >>

* NordVPN strengthens security measures following server breach >>
* Microsoft’s new Project service is now available worldwide >>
* Managing Bias and Risk at Every Step of the AI-Building Process >>

* How Your Company’s Culture Can Adapt to an Ever-Changing World >>
* google-new-shortcuts-are-now-for-everyone >>
* Fountain, a platform for recruiting gig and hourly workers, raises $23M >>

* DJI’s palm-sized Mavic Mini can fly for up to 30 minutes >>
* Beyond Deep Learning with Gary Marcus >>
* BP’s New Recycling Tech Takes Aim at Millions of Tons of Plastic Bottles >>

* Apple TV app is available on some Sony smart TVs >>
* Alexa can use smart lights to wake you or lull you to sleep >>
* AI Can Outperform Doctors. So Why Don’t Patients Trust It? >>

* GitLab pulls U-turn on plan to crank up usage telemetry after both staff and customers cry foul >>
* Linux kernel is getting more reliable, says Linus Torvalds. Plus: What do you need to do to be him? >>
* At Domino’s Biggest Franchisee, a Chatbot Named “Dottie” Speeds Up Hiring >>

* Are Engineers Who Specialize More Successful? >>
* $1000 Honda Gasoline Inverter Generator is My Best Option for Multi-Day Blackouts >>
* Wild Idea: Let’s Use the Sun as a Lens to Check for Life on Alien Planets >>

* Weekly Space Hangout: October 30, 2019 – Evelyn MacDonald on Finding Earth-Like Planets >>
* NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Passes Vital Sun Shield Test >>
* Avatars: Are we ready for our digital twins? >>

* These are the top 8 China technology & electronics trends to watch >>
* The woman behind the travel bible ‘1,000 Places To See Before You Die’ reveals the 6 places to visit now, before everyone else does >>
* Boeing C.E.O. Knew About Pilot’s Warnings Before Second Crash >>

* 32 Future Accomplishments that will give you more Status and Influence than a College Degree >>

* Bill Gates’ greatest lesson comes from the worst day of his life >>
* Why Is There So Much Cloud Waste? >>
* Monitor Your Competitors With AWS Lambda and Python >>

* Deep Reinforced Learning: Addressing Complex Enterprise Challenges >>
* Survey Suggests DevOps Drives Digital Business Transformation >>
* Digital Anarchist Live – DOES DAY 2 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 October 2019

October 29, 2019 Leave a comment

* 1.5 MILLION packages are delivered each DAY in New York City adding to gridlock as internet ordering economy booms >>
* 5G remote-control car drives on open road for the first time in China >>
* Amazon Fresh deliveries are now free for Prime members >>

* 50 years ago today, the internet was born in Room 3420 >>
* Newly discovered brain cells help us recall where we last saw objects >>
* Scientists Demonstrate Direct Brain-to-Brain Communication in Humans >>

* China calls for more research and investment into blockchain technology >>
* China AI champions like SenseTime are scrambling to survive Trump’s blacklist >>
* Netflix confirms it’s testing a feature that allows users to speed up TV shows, and some directors are already complaining >>

* Beijing’s first waterless smart public toilet has been put into use >>
* Amber Baldet on what blockchain technology can do for us beyond cryptocurrency >>
* Waymo’s fully-automated shuttles are picking up riders around Phoenix >>
* Period-Tracking Apps Say You May Have a Disorder. What if They’re Wrong? >>

* Microsoft to deliver Azure Sphere, Linux-based chip and cloud security service, in Feb >>
* Mole on NASA’s InSight Mars Lander Just Popped Out Of Hole (and That’s Not Good) >>
* This smart litter box will keep things clean and healthy >>

* Elon Musk will go to trial in December over ‘pedo guy’ case >>
* China To Funnel $29 Billion Towards its Chip Ambitions >>
* Google buying Fitbit is good for Google, bad for wearables >>

* The Toxic Bubble of Technical Debt Threatening America >>
* Transforming an Organization Takes Disciplined, Iterative Execution >>
* AI could solve baffling three-body problem that stumped Isaac Newton >>

* Bloodhound supersonic car with Rolls-Royce jet engine hits 334mph during warm-up >>
* Experimental tuberculosis vaccine could save millions of lives >>
* Boeing C.E.O. Faces Congress for First Time Since 737 Max Crashes >>

* 3D-printed device finds ‘needle in a haystack’ cancer cells by removing the hay >>
* MIT engineers unveil emissions-free cement >>
* MIT uses shadows to help autonomous vehicles see around corners >>

* Uber sues Los Angeles as the fight over scooter data escalates >>
* Serverless Can Help You To Focus >>
* Russian Hackers Targeting Anti-Doping Agencies Ahead of 2020 Tokyo Olympics >>

* World is running short of BLOOD: Analysis reveals 119 countries have dwindling supplies >>
* Biology is Eating the World: A Manifesto >>

* Hollywood will stop making reboots when you stop paying for them >>
* Deep Reinforced Learning: Addressing Complex Enterprise Challenges >>
* Uber unveils new-look food delivery DRONE with rotating wings and six propellers for vertical take-off and landing >>

* 5 More Reasons to Choose Apache Pulsar Over Kafka >>
* The Mandalorian – Official Trailer 2 | Disney+ | Streaming Nov. 12 >>
* Is AI Really a Threat to Traditional Jobs? >>

* Game Theory to Interpret Machine Learning Models and Predictions — The Ultimate Guide >>
* JFrog reportedly considering $1.5 billion Nasdaq IPO >>
* Researchers unveil possible breakthrough treatment for Tay-Sachs >>

* Buildings are bad for the climate. Here’s what we can do about it. >>
* Curiosity Rover Finds a Clay Cache on Mars >>
* For Two Power Grid Experts, Hurricane Maria Became a Huge Experiment >>

* Super Heavy Starship Moon Mission Needs Ten-Ton Lander >>
* How to Harden Puerto Rico’s Grid Against Hurricanes >>
* Will This Be The First Tech Unicorn Of 2020? >>

* Photoshop’s latest AI-powered tool makes quick work of selections >>
* 10 shortcuts made possible by .new >>
* Up to 630 million people could be threatened by rising seas >>

* Become a DevOps Pro: 11 Must-Attend Upcoming DevOps Conferences >>
* Using Docker for Microservices >>
* Reasons to Shift to Microservices >>
* Computer Vision: Tracking and Detecting Moving Objects >>

* Chinese tech giant excludes positive signs amid resuming China-US trade talks >>
* The United States is quietly building up its forces in striking range of Iran. >>
* There is little evidence that cannabis helps mental health problems >>

* Why the Economy Might Not Sway 2020 Voters >>
* ‘OK Boomer’ Marks the End of Friendly Generational Relations >>
* Chemist develops method of synthesis for 28 biologically active molecules >>

* India Plans Fleet of 17 Additional Nuclear Reactors >>
* Satellites Track California’s Devastating Kincade Wildfire from Space >>
* Amazon is saying nothing about the DDoS attack that took down AWS, but others are >>

* Automation projects: A good time to switch vendors? >>
* Apple announces AirPods Pro with noise cancellation >>
* DeepCode taps AI for code reviews >>

* Facebook unveils its first foray into personal digital healthcare tools >>
* SpaceX is Sure They’ll be Able to Land Starship on the Moon in 2022 >>
* Three CEO concerns that CIOs must address – Gartner >>

* VW’s self-driving car group will have offices in Silicon Valley and China >>

* The Impact of Digital Transformation on Enterprise Security >>
* Digital Anarchist Live Day 2 >>
* Digital Anarchist Live Day 1 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 October 2019

October 28, 2019 Leave a comment

* Google reportedly in talks to acquire Fitbit >>
* Uber unveils a new look for its food delivery drones >>
* Have we found the African origin of all humanity? It’s complicated >>

* China passes law regulating data encryption >>
* Gartner Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2020 >>
* NVIDIA’s AI can put your pet’s smile on a random animal >>

* Digital Anarchist Live >>

* Supercomputer analyzes web traffic across entire internet >>
* Samsung’s ‘space selfie’ balloon crash-lands on Michigan farm >>
* This 13-year-old invented a better version of the hyperloop >>

* SpaceX Fires Up a Crew Dragon Abort Engine Ahead of Critical Tests (Video) >>
* US Air Force’s X-37B Space Plane Lands After Record 780-Day Mystery Mission >>
* Natural Language Processing Dates Back to Kabbalist Mystics >>

* DJI’s Mavic Mini is so small it doesn’t require FAA registration >>
* HBO Max can’t come fast enough for AT&T >>
* Helping autonomous vehicles see around corners >>

* The first map of America’s food supply chain is mind-boggling >>
* The future of kids’ entertainment will determine the future of entertainment >>
* Why VC Ben Horowitz chose such unconventional subjects for his new book on business cultures >>

* All-electric Mini Cooper SE priced starting at $29,900 in the US >>
* Alphabet is reportedly interested in buying Fitbit >>
* Billionaire clothing dynasty heiress launches Everybody & Everyone to make fashion sustainable >>

* Boxing coach uses Live Transcribe to connect with at-risk youth >>
* Building a Culture That Embraces Data and AI >>
* Intel’s 5GHz-capable Core i9-9900KS arrives October 30th >>

* Thanking all first responders >>
* NASA’s InSight probe is still struggling to crack the surface of Mars >>
* Scientists Take Baby Steps Toward Extraterrestrial Babies >>

* Google’s qubit rivals: The race to useful quantum computers has begun >>
* Solar Power Tech Improves Light-Up Probes For Cancer Cells >>
* Nature can help solve optimization problems >>

* Assyrian Tablets Contain Earliest Written Record of Aurora’s Sky Glow >>
* Workings of Ebola vaccine decoded; smaller dose seen yielding similar protection >>

* Facebook Spaces Shuts Down To ‘Make Way’ For Facebook Horizon >>
* IBM Zones in on DevOps for AI >>
* Make Smarter Chatbot Conversations by Handling Interruptions in Teneo >>

* The NASA Archives. 60 Years in Space Hardcover >>
* Explore Breathtaking ‘Worlds Beyond Earth’ in Upcoming Planetarium Show >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 October 2019

October 27, 2019 Leave a comment

* World’s Largest 3D Metal Printer Is Churning Out Rockets >>
* Video Friday: Kuka’s Robutt Is a Robot Designed to Assess New Car Seats >>
* Digital Anarchist Live: DevOps Enterprise Summit, Las Vegas, October 28-30, 2019 >>

* Sundar Pichai, Marc Andreessen, and other Silicon Valley leaders paid tribute to late Sequoia Capital founder Don Valentine >>
* Use The Pixel 4’s ‘Live Caption’ Feature To Transcribe Muted Videos >>
* Sony’s $2,900 robotic dog AIBO will soon be able to turn on microwaves, vacuum cleaners and bark when washing machine is done >>

* AI Podcast; Clean Sweep: Tokyo Robotics Company Builds Tidying Robots >>
* How a U.S. military raid killed the Islamic State’s leader >>
* Windows 10X leak reveals a mix of desktop and mobile interfaces >>

* Algorithms Will Be ‘Driving the Majority of Facebook News,’ Says Facebook >>
* Mark Zuckerberg makes the case for Facebook News >>
* NASA’s VIPER rover will look for water ice on the Moon in 2022 >>

* After Two Years Air Force’s X-37B Space Plane Finally Lands >>
* 3-D printer can build meter-tall objects in just a few hours >>
* 3-D printing, bioinks create implantable blood vessels >>

* Automated gardener ushers in new era of ‘robotony’ >>
* Algorithm identifies cancer patients in need of advance care planning conversations >>
* Can solar technology kill cancer cells? >>

* The Drones Are Coming! How Amazon, Alphabet and Uber Are Taking to the Skies >>
* Lightweight AI Tracks Suspects Between Cameras >>
* Build a Long-Distance Data Network Using Ham Radio >>

* NASA Curiosity rover snaps a stunning selfie on Mars after scooping up soil >>
* Facebook AI can ‘hide’ people from facial recognition >>
* Learning Implicit Generative Models by Matching Perceptual Features >>

* London’s top consumer VCs share which trends they’re tracking >>
* ‘Avengers Damage Control’ is the ideal VR follow-up to ‘Endgame’ >>
* Nearly 7.5 Million Adobe Creative Cloud Users Exposed To Hackers >>

* A.I. Tool Suggests Ways To Improve Your Outfit >>
* Security Researcher Gets Access To Thousands of Automatic Pet Feeders By Xiaomi >>
* VC Ben Horowitz on WeWork, Uber, and one cultural value his employees can’t break >>

* Deep inside the brain: Mapping the dense neural networks in the cerebral cortex >>
* Directed-energy weapon (DEW) full documentary >>
* Nasty PHP7 Remote Code Execution Bug Exploited in the Wild on NGINX Servers >>

* Focusing on customers and team mind-sets to deliver growth >>
* Reinventing the CFO for the digital age >>
* The mindsets and practices of excellent CEOs >>

* It Was Supposed to Be the Safest Building in the World. Then It Cracked. >>
* Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile to replace SMS with RCS Messaging in 2020 >>
* Woman, 67, becomes China’s oldest new mother as baby girl is ‘given by God’, reports say >>

* Google’s Quantum Tech Milestone Excites Scientists and Spurs Rivals >>
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* The Next Two Astronauts on the Moon Could Both Be Women, NASA Chief Says >>
* NASA’s Mars 2020 Rover Stands on Its Own for the First Time >>

* ‘The Orville’ Promises ‘Huge,’ Battle-Filled Season 3 >>
* New trailers: Silicon Valley, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, and more >>
* Facebook trained AI to fool facial recognition systems, and it works on live video >>

* Space may soon become a war zone – here’s how that would work >>
* 2019 NAMIC Global Additive Manufacturing Summit Day One >>
* Space: The Final Business Frontier | GIANT LEAP Ep. 1 >>

* Sunday assorted links >>
* Deep learning: Saving rainforests with TensorFlow >>
* Object Detection with 10 lines of code >>

* MIT engineers devise new way to remove carbon dioxide from the air >>
* The European SpaceTech industry is firing up its booster rockets >>
* Week in Review: You break it, you buy it >>

* New AI Tool Knows Whether You’re Nervous Or Confused >>
* Google Assistant is ready to find your Tile tracker >>
* The U.S. Air Force Will Invest in Low-Cost, Disposable Warplanes >>

* What is Everything-as-Code? Examining the Explosion of “as Code” Buzzwords >>
* Blockchain 2030: Prepare For the Deep Truth… >>
* 22 Reasons Why Test Automation Fails For Your Web Application >>

* This smart farm in Wuzhen is producing tomatoes that get tender-loving care courtesy of a 5G network >>
* Tesla unveils its easier-to-install Solar Roof >>
* UK set to allow Huawei in ‘non-contentious’ parts of 5G networks >>

* You’re Dying on the Street. A Drone Might Be Your Only Hope. >>
* Research and Rescue: Saving Species from Ourselves >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 October 2019

October 26, 2019 Leave a comment

* Alphabet’s Makani Tests Wind Energy Kites in the North Sea >>
* Google brings in BERT to improve its search results >>
* US lawmakers want streaming services like Netflix to issue emergency alerts >>

* Why per-seat pricing needs to die in the age of AI >>
* Microsoft beats Amazon to win the Pentagon’s $10 billion JEDI cloud contract >>

* You Got a Brain Scan at the Hospital. Someday a Computer May Use It To Identify You. >>
* Amy Webb: Three things women need to know for the year 2030 >>
* Jeff Bezos is about to lose his spot as world’s richest person back to Bill Gates >>

* Sanitation robots unveiled in Central China’s Changsha >>
* Google researchers taught an AI to recognize smells >>

* Blood proteins reveal your age – and could lead to anti-ageing therapy >>
* Blood transfer from active mice gives lazy ones benefits of exercise >>
* Extraordinary fossils show how mammals rose from the dinosaurs’ ashes >>

* Could Someone Actually Steal a U.S. Nuke? >>
* How to Avoid the Top Three Causes of Data Breaches in 2019 >>
* The innovation commitment >>

* Inside National Conspiracy Writing Month, A Challenge For Creating ‘Fan Fiction About Reality’ >>
* TCL’s tri-fold prototype phone folds in thirds like an accordion >>
* SpaceX’s next Crew Dragon test could happen next week >>

* Trying to Plant a trillion Trees wont solve anything >>
* China-assisted road construction facilitates rural development in Cambodia >>
* Your guide to artificial Intelligence and machine learning at re:Invent 2019 >>

* Let’s Build Robots That Are as Smart as Babies >>
* MIT Media Lab Scientist Used Syrian Refugees to Tout Food Computers That Didn’t Work >>
* Racial Bias Found in Algorithms That Determine Health Care for Millions of Patients >>

* Microsoft leak reveals Windows 10X will be coming to laptops >>
* Google’s 2020 transparency reports will include enterprise data requests >>
* Facebook trained AI to fool facial recognition systems, and it works on live video >>

* TED: The Danger of AI is weirder than you think >>
* TED: How motivation can fix public systems >>
* TED: How we experiance awe – and why it matters >>

* Animation of 42,000 Starlink Satellites >>
* Strengthening security of face-scanning payments becomes top priority >>
* Apps with terrible pick-up lines are a surprising hit in China >>

* Learning to Smell: Using Deep Learning to Predict the Olfactory Properties of Molecules >>
* While I’m feeling ranty: who killed the scrollbar? >>
* NASA Contractors Build on Shuttle Legacy for Artemis Moonshot >>

* Scientists Watch Distant Exoplanet Collision >>
* Darpa Grand Challenge Finale Reveals Which AI-Managed Radio System Shares Spectrum Best >>
* A Human Tale, Algorithm Regulation, ASCII Game, Security Research >>

* The WeWork “Acquisition” (with Dan Primack) >>
* The Thrill Of The Fight VR Boxing Sim Hits Oculus Quest As Dev Teases Sequel >>
* Revenge Porn Comes to Congress — and Every Woman Should Pay >>

* Amazon stock tumbles after earnings and AWS revenue fall short of estimates >>
* Let’s talk about firewalls, SD-WAN, and zero trust, says Cisco: Networking giant to host its first Security Virtual Summit >>
* Where does your carrier offer 5G? That’s an excellent question! >>

* Autobraking Tech Will Be Standard In Cars By 2022 >>
* Digital-first advertising solutions for TV programmers >>
* How To Force Google’s Pixel 4 To Always Use A 90Hz Refresh Rate >>

* Jack Dorsey trashes Facebook’s Libra, say it’s not even a cryptocurrency >>
* Learn IoT from Company Leaders >>
* Looking beyond 2020 at the top IT-changing technologies >>

* The Risks of AutoML and How to Avoid Them >>
* Post-production video editing requires a solid workhorse of a desktop — here’s why >>
* US Military Could Collapse Within 20 Years Due To Climate Change, Report Commissioned By Pentagon Says >>

* Mark Zuckerberg is struggling to explain why Breitbart belongs on Facebook News >>
* A biased algorithm is delaying healthcare for black people in the US >>

* Understanding searches better than ever before >>

* Growth is out, profitability is in >>
* Some monkeys reuse their stone tools but others just chuck them away >>

* Artificial intelligence system gives fashion advice >>

* CRISPR Just Created a Hornless Bull, and It’s a Step Forward for Gene-Edited Food >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 October 2019

October 24, 2019 Leave a comment

* Now machines are learning to smell >>
* AI can help doctors spot brain hemorrhages faster >>
* AI Allows Paralyzed Person To ‘Handwrite’ With His Mind >>

* Update Complete: U.S. Nuclear Weapons No Longer Need Floppy Disks >>
* AI and the Future of Warfare >>
* Building single-atom qubits under a microscope >>

* Stream; geekumentaries online curiositystream.com >>
* Disney+ downloads will disappear when they leave the service >>
* Elon Musk says Tesla “early access” full self-driving could arrive EOY >>

* Robot Teaches Kids Hand Washing Skills in Rural India >>
* disasters Drones developed can tell live humans from dead bodies by chest movements from a range of 26 ft >>
* a16z Podcast: AI in B2B >>

* IBM Disputes Google’s Quantum Supremacy Claim >>
* Google hits back at IBM’s quantum supremacy challenge >>
* Quantum Supremacy, Instrumenting JavaScript, Social Credit Scoring, and Crappy Fonts >>

* Did an Ancient Supernova Force Humans to Walk Upright? >>
* Astronaut to Control a Moon Robot From the Space Station >>
* James Webb Tests its Sun-Shield. So Far, So Good. >>

* Pentagon to create ‘AI assistant’ to help tank crews navigate & MAKE DECISIONS >>
* First observation of wild pigs using tools >>

* Appetite for artificial meat growing in China amid swine fever outbreak >>
* China’s plan to build its first smart roads fully-covered by 5G networks in Beijing >>
* Swarm of tiny drones explores unknown environments>>

* Face-scanning AI scores candidates’ facial movements, words and voice to determine how qualified candiate >>
* A Single Bird Takes Down the U.S. Navy’s ‘Doomsday’ Plane >>
* How an algorithm favored whites over blacks in health care >>

* Space Agencies and Private Industry Discuss Making a Giant Leap on Collaboration >>
* Pioneering NASA Asteroid Mission Clears Key Hurdle on Path to 2021 Launch >>
* Ozone Hole Over Antarctica Shrinks to Record-Small Size >>

* Mars 2020 Rover Cost Could Starve Other Red Planet Missions >>
* Japan Sets Sights on Moon with NASA and India >>
* Here’s what the Pixel 4’s radar chip looks like >>

* What Are Generative Adversarial Networks and What Can They Achieve? [ELI5] >>
* Lunar, Mars exploration missions set for next year >>
* CRISPR-edited C. elegans identifies vulnerabilities in cancer >>

* Huge canyons on Mars’s surface may have been caused by 225mph rocky landslides and NOT glaciers >>
* The solar system has too many moons – it’s time for a cull >>
* Microsoft reveals its DreamWalker VR rig that lets users explore a virtual world while walking around in real life >>

* Gut microbes help mice overcome their fears by changing brain activity >>
* Genome sequencing guides people with metastatic cancer to best therapy >>
* 5 Challenges of Wideband 5G Device Test >>

* Open Database Leaked 179GB In Customer, US Government, and Military Records >>
* Mitsubishi shows off an oddball hybrid buggy prototype >>
* Pixel 4 XL teardown reveals remarkably tiny Soli chip >>

* Bigslice >>
* Userland >>
* Userland: creating an integrated dataflow environment for end-user applications >>

* Bill McDermott aims to grow ServiceNow like he did SAP >>
* Biologists build proteins that avoid crosstalk with existing molecules >>
* An Electric Motor That Works in Any Classic Car >>

* Report: Samsung To Manufacture Custom Tracking Chip For Facebook AR Glasses >>
* How to Become the Best in the World at Something >>
* The History of (Western) Philosophy >>

* Why Aren’t We Curious About the Things We Want To Be Curious About? >>
* Driving tiny electric cars helped these lab rats feel more relaxed >>
* HTC recreated the ‘Mona Lisa’ in 3D for the Louvre’s da Vinci exhibition >>

* Unlocking the full power of automation in industrials >>
* Digital transformation: Improving the odds of success >>
* We Have the Tools and Technology to Work Less and Live Better >>

* AI, the law and the ‘Digital Rembrandt’ >>
* Using Teams and Azure DevOps? There’s an app for that, says Microsoft >>
* Announcing the Disrupt Berlin 2019 agenda >>

* Tokyo Motor Show 2019 Concepts That Has Us Swooning >>
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