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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 November 2019

* Who owns life? The world is about to decide, with huge ramifications >>
* Three-Body Problem Perplexed Astronomers Since Newton Formulated It. A.I. Just Cracked It in Under a Second. >>
* Why Is the Three-Body Problem Unsolvable? >>

* SpaceX Test-Fires Rocket for Next Launch of 60 Starlink Satellites >>
* Watch The Bloodhound LSR Supercar Hits 501 MPH >>
* OpenAI has published the text-generating AI it said was too dangerous to share >>
* No, Luther, Cops Cant get DNA via Face-punch >>

* Electric cars could be causing a pollution CRISIS >>
* Crispr Takes Its First Steps in Editing Genes to Fight Cancer >>
* CRISPR Approach To Fighting Cancer Called ‘Promising’ In 1st Safety Test >>

* Susan Schneider: “Artificial You: AI and the Future of Your Mind” | Talks at Google >>
* MIT develops a robot that can grow like a plant when it needs some extra reach >>
* Powerful computer vision algorithms are now small enough to run on your phone >>

* Radar trends to watch: November 2019 >>
* Highlights from the O’Reilly Velocity Conference in Berlin 2019 >>
* The new norms of cloud native >>
* Secure reliable systems >>
* Observability: Understanding production through your customers’ eyes >>
* My love letter to computer science is very short and I also forgot to mail it >>
* Modern machine learning architectures: Data and hardware and platform, oh my >>
* DNS Wars, Company Culture, Separating Musical Stems, and Program Synthesis >>
* A world of deepfakes >>
* Everything is a little bit broken; or, The illusion of control >>

* First public hearings in Trump impeachment inquiry to begin next week: House intelligence chair >>
* China officially launches 6G research and development >>
* Extreme Weather Could Wreak Havoc on Cemeteries >>

* Why Groups Struggle to Solve Problems Together >>
* 11 years remain to fight climate change – what progress have we made? >>
* When Companies Support Pumping Breastmilk at Work, Everyone Benefits >>

* Did apes first walk upright on two legs in Europe, not Africa? >>
* A Black Hole in Our Solar System >>

* Netflix to stop working on some smart televisions next month >>
* Uber test vehicles involved in 37 crashes before fatal self-driving incident >>
* Experimental dengue vaccine cuts infection rates in real-world trials >>

* Driverless Tesla coasting along mall parking lot raises questions, causes confusion >>
* Google’s AI education tool makes it easy to train models for your projects >>
* AMD unveils its next-gen Threadripper CPUs with up to 32 cores >>

* 8 Hero Dogs That We Don’t Deserve >>
* 100 Years Ago, Albert Einstein Became a Legend >>

* Gartner Says the Future of Network Security Lies with SASE >>
* Don’t Let Vulnerabilities Create a Hole in Your Organization >>
* Bypassing GitHub’s OAuth flow >>

* Economic globalization “surges forward in relentless flow” >>
* Chinese central enterprises sign deals at second CIIE >>

* Nanorobots on track to revolutionise disease treatment, within a decade >>
* How AI and human rights have been dragged into the US-China tech war, threatening wider split >>

* Microsoft HoloLens 2 ships today for $3,500 >>
* Uber may have to pay Waymo to use its self-driving tech >>
* NTSB Investigation Into Deadly Uber Self-Driving Car Crash Reveals Lax Attitude Toward Safety >>

* Plant-based dairy replacements are coming to ice cream pints >>
* TinyML >>
* Google upgrades its no-coding, in-browser AI trainer to make it more functional >>

* Netflix CEO says time spent streaming matters more than subscriptions >>
* NASA Cracked Open a 47-Year-Old Moon Rock >>
* New self-driving Ubers reportedly have better detection of pedestrians >>

* TensorFlow 2.0 Tutorial in 10 Minutes >>
* Elon Musk announces Tesla ‘cybertruck’ reveal date >>
* Anchor makes it easier to record one-minute podcast trailers >>

* Amazon Ring doorbells exposed home Wi-Fi passwords to hackers >>
* Can’t find the new Apple TV+ shows, like ‘Dickinson?’ This shortcut can help. >>

* Alarmed by Libra, EU to look into issuing public digital currency >>
* Airbnb will verify every listing in the name of safety >>
* Green jobs now employ 10x more people than fossil fuel >>

* McDonald’s new CEO had a global town hall about the future of the fast-food giant >>
* The ‘Stargate’ streaming service is closing shop and moving to YouTube >>

* Blockchain Job Boom Continues >>
* YouTube’s homepage redesign focuses on usability, giving you control over recommendations >>
* 10 picky reasons to choose a cloud >>

* 3D Printing Rockets in Outer Space? This Company’s Going for It >>
* A New Robotic Instrument Will Map Millions of Galaxies and Reveal Dark Energy’s History >>
* Boeing Just Sent NASA Its Moon Lander Idea for Artemis Astronauts. Here It Is. >>

* Mars Society Founder Makes Case for ‘Mars Direct’ Path to the Red Planet >>
* 5,000 Mini-Eyes Just Blinked Open to Scan the Skies for Dark Energy >>

* Yes, the ‘Von Braun’ Space Hotel Idea Is Wild. But Could We Build It by 2025? >>
* Discovering Extraterrestrial Life Would Be Slow and Uncertain >>

* A New Deal for Big Tech: Next-Generation Regulation Fit for the Internet Age >>
* Web Summit November 4-7 >>
* New pathway for lung cancer treatment >>

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