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* Elon Musk says building first sustainable city on Mars will take 1,000 Starships, 20 years >>
* Watch MIT’s ‘mini cheetah’ robots frolic, fall, flip – and play soccer together
* Morning After: Instagram will test hiding ‘Like’ counts in US >>

* Optimizing customer retention will be a priority in 2020 >>
* Microsoft uses AI to diagnose cervical cancer faster in India >>
* Facebook, YouTube delete posts claiming to name Ukraine whistleblower >>

* African ai experts get excluded rom a conference again >>
* Python Finally Overtakes Java on GitHub >>
* How banking-as-a-service (BaaS) works and industry outlook >>

* Photoshop for iPad bombs, Google Play’s new rewards program, iOS bug fixes >>
* McKinsey Faces Criminal Inquiry Over Bankruptcy Case Conduct >>
* Popular Android phones can be tricked into snooping on their owners >>

* New trailers: Bad Boys For Life, Pixar’s Soul, Wendy, and more >>
* Top Movie and TV Trailers of Week: ‘House Of The Dragon,’ ‘Soul,’ and More >>
* Will Smith Shares His First Colonoscopy: ‘Took Me 3 Hours To Put My Underwear On’ >>
* Westworld season three teaser brings us to Silicon Valley >>

* Visualizing an AI model’s blind spots >>
* The Week in Tech: TikTok Is in Trouble >>
* Adobe deals with ‘painful’ early reviews of Photoshop for iPad >>

* This Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through November 9) >>
* Opinion: It’s arrogant to assume humans will never imbue AI with consciousness >>
* A Black Hole in Our Solar System >>

* Adobe is testing a live-streaming feature for its Creative Cloud apps >>
* Answering society’s call: A new leadership imperative >>
* Will robots take your job before you even graduate? >>

* Why industrials should pursue a tech-enabled transformation now >>
* ‘Pad Abort’ Success Keeps Boeing’s Starliner on Track for December Launch to Space Station >>
* Japanese ‘Shooting-Star’ Satellite to Launch on Landmark Rocket Lab Flight This Month >>

* AI Thriller ‘neXt’ Takes a Frightening Look at Modern Society’s Relationship with Technology >>
* Human Heart Cells Beat Differently in Microgravity, Which May Benefit Astronauts >>
* Is a New Particle Changing the Fate of the Universe? >>

* Bitcoin and the disruption of monetary oppression >>
* Building high-performing engineering teams, one pixel at a time >>
* Cognitive biases in the architect’s life >>
* The three-headed dog: Architecture, process, structure >>
* The ultimate guide to complicated systems >>
* Controlled chaos: The inevitable marriage of DevOps and security >>
* Probabilistic Scripting, Static Analysis, Visual Forensics, and Uninformed Consent >>
* From the trenches: Patrick Kua >>

* Record-Holding Moon Mission Marks a Decade in Orbit >>
* NASA Opens Untouched Apollo Moon Rock Sample for First Time in 40 Years >>

* China Says Its Mars Landing Technology Is Ready for 2020 >>
* FedEx Ground Uses Virtual Reality to Train and Retain Package Handlers >>
* SpaceX Starlink $28 Million Air Force Contract Has Delivered 610 Mbps to Military Plane >>

* Bloodhound rocket car target of 550mph put on ice after engine overheat >>
* 5 things Go taught me about open source? >>
* A Safe Smoking Gadget. Vodka Made from Air, and more news >>

* AI Could Help Diagnose Dogs Suffering From Chronic Pain >>
* Apple Arcade now has 100 games >>
* Berkeley scientists develop better batteries for storing renewable energy >>

* How Zero Trust Architecture Keeps Your Data Safe >>
* A Matter of Self-Importance >>
* AI Researcher Anca Dragon on Helping Robots Understand Humans >>

* The world’s smallest 8K 360 camera can fit in your pocket >>
* Babies are less afraid when they can smell their mothers >>

* Google’s AI education tool makes it easy to train models for your projects >>
* How Microsoft is trying to become more innovative >>

* Is China Actually Stealing American Jobs and Wealth? >>
* NASA’s SLS Rocket Visualization May Help Accelerate Spacecraft Design >>
* Plant-inspired robot can squeeze into tight spaces while carrying heavy tools >>

* Original Content podcast: Apple’s star-studded ‘Morning Show’ gets off to a bumpy-but-promising start
* NICER Telescope Spots Brightest X-Ray Burst Ever Observed >>

* Virtual Reality Project Shows Life and Science on the Space Station >>
* Incredible Video Shows a SpaceX Rocket Fairing Plunging into the Ocean >>
* Can Big Data Help Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease? >>

* Morgan Stanley Models SpaceX Value at $120+ Billion With Starlink >>
* AI discovered Copernicus’ heliocentricity on its own >>

* Cloudflare CEO Matthew Prince on the Struggles aof policing the Web >>

* GitLab Director Resigns, Says It’s Engaging In ‘Retaliatory Behavior’ >>
* How Virtual Reality is Augmenting Realty >>

* Vape lung ‘breakthrough’ suggests lethal culprit in THC products could be vitamin E acetate
* Japanese company trains AI to recognize different types of breads and pastries and is selling the technology to bakeries >>

* Students develop AI that calculates when and where lightning will strike 30 MINUTES before with 80% accuracy >>
* Building the first holographic brain ‘atlas’ >>
* James Dean set to star in new film 64 years after his death with help from CGI >>

* What does the US want from China? What is its endgame? >>
* Andrew Yang’s Campaign Sends Encouraging Reddit Letter To Supporters >>
* The world is obsessed with Chlöe Swarbrick’s ‘OK, boomer’ jibe >>
* Vodafone ‘taskforce’ working with overseas providers to stamp out scam calls >>

* The Complete CI/CD Collection [Tutorials] >>
* Airlines expect 737 MAX grounding to last nearly a year >>

* 2,101 billionaires globally – up almost 40% from five years ago >>
* Jeff Bezos reportedly called Michael Bloomberg and asked him if he would run for president earlier this year >>
* Hey, Alexa: Can a robot with AI or your voice assistant help you feel less lonely? >>

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