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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 02 October 2019

* Skydio 2: The Self-flying Future Of Drones Starts At $999 >>
* Elon Musk is undesigning his Mars rocket as fast as he can >>

* Rhino looks to replace renters’ security deposits with a small monthly fee >>
* Windows 10X may be Microsoft’s OS for dual-screen devices >>
* The Tech Helping Dogs Learn to ‘Talk’ With Humans >>

* Facebook Watch and the Emotion-Harvesting Future of Television >>
* Architects are using drones to spray insulation materials directly onto buildings >>
* TensorFlow 2.0 is now available! >>

* Relativity, a new star in the space race, raises $140 million for its 3-D printed rockets >>
* Musk Says Change Anything for Faster Development and Forget Sunk Costs >>
* Elon Musk shared a video inside prototype of his Starship rocket >>

* People are struggling to use Tesla’s Smart Summon feature safely >>
* UPS delivery drones are on the way after FAA certification >>
* Microsoft’s secure OneDrive personal vault rolls out worldwide >>

* 315 billion-tonne iceberg breaks off Antarctica >>
* Sticky fluid can be sprayed on grassy verges to prevent wildfires >>
* Self-driving robotic garbage bin is programmed to take itself to the curb side for pickup >>

* Just three days in hospital can change the bacteria in your gut >>
* Creativity and AI: The Next Step >>

* Here’s Why AI Can’t Be Taken at Face Value >>
* Five Roles Robots Will Play in the Future of Farming >>
* Picnic unveils pizza-making robot — delivers 300 pies/hour >>

* Continuous Testing A Critical Part of the DevOps Process >>
* Is Freelance Anarchy The Future of Freelancing? >>
* 40+ Emerging IoT Technologies You Should Have on Your Radar >>

* A Billion Malicious Ad Impressions Exploit WebKit Flaw to Target Apple Users >>
* First cannabis cafe in the US opens today >>
* RingCentral’s Code Sample Generator >>

* Streamlit launches open-source machine learning application development framework >>
* The Art of World-Building in Science Fiction >>
* Facebook Horizon’s Social Future Built Around Real Identity And Blocking People >>

* The ‘Efficiencies’ Of Different Languages In The World, Visualized >>
* When it comes to using AI, the real question is one of trust >>
* Leaked audio, Mark Zuckerberg rallies Facebook employees against critics, competitors, and the US government. >>

* Here’s Every Oculus Go App You Can Upgrade To Oculus Quest For Free >>
* The Single Most Important Internal Email in the History of Amazon >>
* Powerful new synthetic vaccines to combat epidemics >>

* 20,000 Startup Ideas >>
* The Most Important Skill in the 21st Century >>
* UX has bad UX >>

* Eye expert offers advice on why Ardie Savea’s decision to wear sports goggles was a good one >>
* Rocket Lab Gearing Up for 1st Launches from US Soil in Early 2020 >>
* NASA Is Now Accepting Proposals for Artemis Landers to Fly Astronauts to the Moon >>

* Elon Musk Doesn’t Know Where the Aliens Are (So, Stop Asking) >>
* ‘For All Mankind’ Recruits Women Astronauts for Moon Landing in New Trailer >>
* What-life-might-be-like-in-the-alien-oceans >>

* Economic Conditions Snapshot, September 2019: McKinsey >>
* Framing reinvention: What disruptive change means for business, society, and you >>
* World’s largest optical lens delivered for a $168M, 3.2-gigapixel telescope camera >>

* How Facebook’s Libra Could Kick Off a Digital Currency War >>
* Financial fraud detection systems get smarter with AI >>
* Faster-Than-Light Speeds Could Be Why Gamma-Ray Bursts Seem to Go Backwards in Time >>

* Build security into your next website >>
* AI Can Diagnose Like Doctors. But for Continued Progress, Research Standards Must Improve >>
* AI system accurately detects key findings in chest X-rays of pneumonia patients within 10 seconds >>

* Future demand for elderly care services like assisted living & in-home care are rife for digital disruption >>
* Remixed Greta Thunberg’s UN speech as Swedish death metal. She said she’ll ‘be doing death metal only’ from now on. >>
* Bloodhound car aiming for land speed record has final UK tests >>

* Avoiding red or processed meat doesn’t seem to give health benefits >>

* iPhones, Wearables, Plant Music: Things We Loved This Month >>
* YouTube is Experimenting With Ways To Make Its Algorithm Even More Addictive >>

* Verizon picks up the assets of Disney-backed VR startup Jaunt >>
* Volta’s EV network gives you 30 minutes of free fast charging >>
* TinyML: The challenges and opportunities of low-power ML applications >>

* Technology Is Blurring the Line Between Field Sales and Inside Sales >>
* Research: When Losing Out on a Big Opportunity Helps Your Career >>
* Hyundai hires a NASA engineer to run its new ‘flying car’ division >>

* Just Enough Research >>
* Will P2P Video Sites Someday Replace YouTube >>

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