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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 November 2019

* Massachusetts police have been quietly testing a robot dog >>
* Elon Musk says sledgehammering Cybertruck led to the onstage window failure >>

* AWS expands its IoT services, brings Alexa to devices with only 1MB of RAM >>
* AWS Translate comes to 22 new languages and 6 new regions >>
* Help Rescuers Find Missing Persons With Drones and Computer Vision >>

* Someone is putting VR headsets on cows, and we want to know why >>
* Chinese data mining firm MiningLamp, now a national AI champion, began by helping police solve crimes >>
* The first dual-SIM 5G phones could arrive in early 2020 >>

* Here’s a Deepfake of Nixon Giving a Eulogy for the Apollo 11 Astronauts if Their Mission Failed >>
* Announcing Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels >>

* NASA’s giant ‘Super Guppy’ plane delivers the agency’s spacecraft to Ohio >>
* These AI-powered swim goggles are the wave of the future >>
* Boston Dynamics Is All Set To Test Its Robot Dog At Construction Sites >>

* Algorithm can sum up texts in any language >>
* Israeli team uses silicon chip to deliver Alzheimer’s-busting protein to brain >>
* New Amazon capabilities put machine learning in reach of more developers >>

* POD Acquired; Disney, Plus >>
* POD Ep90: Cloud Blind Spots, with Ian Tibble >>
* POD Ep91: Is your Kubernetes cluster a pet? with Bill Mulligan >>

* POD Security Tools for Developers: StackHawk >>
* POD IBM; The National Security Agency | Open Source Software & The Ghidra decompiler >>
* Move Slow and Preserve Things >>

* Psilocybin for major depression granted Breakthrough Therapy by FDA >>
* Eternal Terminal is a remote shell that automatically reconnects without interrupting the session >>
* Can you actually copyright work produced by AI? >>

* RackN at #KubeCon 2019 – Next Gen Infrastructure Automation >>
* Rancher at #KubeCon 2019 – Run Kubernetes Everywhere >>
* 2020 Predictions: Thriving in a Multi-Cloud World >>

* Accenture Launches myNav, Cloud Platform to Help Enterprises Navigate the Cloud Landscape >>
* It’s 2019, But It Sure Feels a Lot Like 1998 for Stocks >>
* Machine Learning on Encrypted data without Decrypting it >>

* Leading robotics VCs talk about where they’re investing >>
* Kubernetes Service Discovery >>
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* The Weirdly Nihilistic Reason Why Outer Space Is So Cold >>

* Kuma: Kong’s Simpler Service Mesh, for VMs and Kubernetes >>
* Microservices Give COBOL New Life on the Mainframe >>
* The Results of A Comparison Between Five CI/CD Services >>

* Disney+ makes it easier to pick up shows where you left off >>
* Microsoft has turned Outlook into a Progressive Web App >>
* Where In The World? Travel Trends For 2020 – Part 2 >>

* China’s reliance on US-origin platforms for deep learning raises questions about country’s AI push >>
* US-based chip-tech group moving to Switzerland over trade curb fears >>
* AMD’s 64-core Threadripper 3990X arrives in 2020 >>

* Why electric scooters are illegal in New York and London >>
* Amazon dodged workplace safety regulators for years, investigation shows >>
* Elon Musk promises Cybertruck vs. Ford F-150 rematch after controversy >>

* These are the Black Friday, Cyber Monday shopping secrets retailers don’t want you to know >>
* Best Black Friday 2019 deals: The early offers from Currys, Amazon and Apple so far >>
* Women may wear more revealing outfits when they are trying to climb the social ladder >>

* Who wrote Henry VIII? Scientists use artificial intelligence to work out how much of Shakespeare’s collaborative history play he actually wrote >>
* Rocket Lab prepares to test technology designed to catch parts of its launch vehicle with a HELICOPTER >>
* New $80 smartphone sanitizer that uses UV-C bulbs to kill 99.99 percent of bacteria >>

* Nanocubes Power Cheap, Fast Multispectral Cameras >>
* Daring ‘Mars Sample Return’ mission to collect rocks from the Red Planet starts to take shape >>
* Facebook secretly built a facial recognition app four years ago that could ‘identify any member of the social network’ >>

* A blue whale’s heart beats just twice a minute when it dives for food >>

* Why the U.S. Innovation Ecosystem Is Slowing Down >>
* Smartphone Videos Can Now Be Analyzed To Locate a Shooter >>

* Robots at Amazon warehouses might make workplace injuries worse >>
* Moving AI and ML from research into production >>
* Microsoft updates developers on designing apps for dual-screens >>

* Linux 5.4 Released >>
* Leavy.co, the app for millennials who want to rent out their room while travelling, discloses $14M funding >>
* Review: Juiced Bikes Scorpion >>

* Google Addresses Complaints of Sub-4K Image Quality On Stadia >>
* Extending HTTP, Headless Chrome, Election Security, and a Rewrite Horror Story >>
* Dates, Computational Propaganda, Ethics Review, and Massively Multiplayer Hackathon >>

* Amazon warehouse injury numbers highlight pressure on workers >>
* Cloud video collaboration platform Frame.io raises $50 million, heads to Hollywood >>
* Boeing Starliner Capsule Attached to Atlas Rocket Ahead of Flight Test >>

* 25 Years Ago, ‘Donkey Kong Country’ Bridged The Gap Between 2D And 3D >>
* Most Advanced 4k Projector To Ever Feature On Kickstarter >>
* How Blockchain Technology Is Making Other Industries More Efficient >>

* Watch Clouds on Mars Drift by in Supercomputer Simulations >>
* Physicists Have Finally Seen Traces of a Long-Sought Particle. Here’s Why That’s a Big Deal. >>
* India Admits Its Moon Lander Crashed, Cites Problem with Braking Thrusters >>

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