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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 October 2019

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* 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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