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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11 January 2020

* Brazilian Bank Pilots Privacy Encryption Quantum Computers Can’t Break >>
* A Glimpse of Our Connected Tech Future, Courtesy of CES 2020 >>

* In the future, everyone will be famous for 15 followers >>
* The Next DARPA X-Plane Won’t Maneuver like Any Plane Before It >>
* A sex tech startup’s triumphant return to CES >>

* Diode Lasers Jump to the Deep Ultraviolet >>
* Israel Combines Laser Beams For More Powerful Laser Beams >>
* 2020: Preparing for a Decade of Change and Transformation >>

* AI-Written Articles Are Copyright-Protected, Rules Chinese Court >>
* 165: Magic as a Tool for Understanding the Brain >>
* New ‘smart diaper’ unveiled at CES 2020 alerts parents when their baby goes to the bathroom, monitors body temperature and urine content >>

* Boeing employees called designers of flawed Max 737 jets ‘clowns’ >>
* Fired Boeing C.E.O., Will Receive More Than $60 Million >>
* Iranian hackers have been probing American electric utilities for the past year. >>

* Biologists identify pathways that extend lifespan by 500% >>

* A new law for gig workers reaches beyond rideshare >>
* How gig economy giants are trying to keep workers classified as independent contractors >>
* Engadget Podcast: CES 2020 and a chat with technologist John Maeda >>

* Cortana recordings were protected with ‘no security measures’ >>
* Scientists made a nearly invincible lithium ion battery >>
* Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg ditches annual challenges for a look at 2020 and beyond >>

* What Went Wrong With Virtual Reality? >>
* Why SpaceX’s Starlink Satellites Caught Astronomers Off Guard >>
* SpaceX Starlink satellites could be ‘existential threat’ to astronomy >>

* NASA Graduates New Class of Astronauts to Join Artemis-Era Missions >>
* 23andMe has sold the rights to develop a drug based on its users’ DNA >>
* Astronomers discover the first asteroid that stays inside Venus’ orbit – and it takes just 151 days to go around the Sun >>

* Greta Thunberg tells world leaders to end fossil fuel ‘madness’ >>
* CES 2020: Nreal’s mixed reality glasses win over sceptics >>
* CES 2020: Samsung’s invisible keyboard for smartphones >>

* 20 Technology Metatrends That Will Define the Next Decade >>
* China’s Great Transformation >>
* Satellite AI: Seeking solutions in high resolution >>

* 10 Years of Automaton’s Most Popular Stories >>
* Futurists Ray Kurzweil and Elon Musk Could Have Last Laugh Over Barrons >>
* Panasonic’S Vr Glasses Are Living Proof That Virtual Reality Headsets Can Look ‘Spectacular’ >>

* Unbundling: Verizon makes it easier to get internet, TV in response to cord-cutting >>
* Humans are cooling down so average body temperature is no longer 37°C >>
* Honda reinvents the steering wheel for the ‘swipe right’ generation >>

* Gene Therapy Arrives >>
* Combining Multiple Antibiotics May Make Bacteria More Likely to Develop Resistance >>
* China has developed the world’s first mobile quantum satellite station >>

* Can we really save the planet by making food ‘from air’ without farms? >>
* Presenting the Best of CES 2020 winners! >>
* OrCam announces new AI-enabled device for hearing impairment >>

* Nuclear-powered Mars rover to search for old life, prepare for human life >>
* Microsoft to add new firstline-worker features, like ‘Walkie Talkie’ voice calls, to Teams >>
* Male sperm count is declining globally. Exercise helps. >>

* How the Best Managers Identify and Develop Talent >>
* Auckland virtual human startup Soul Machines raises $57 million >>
* Why is a 22GB database containing 56 million US folks’ personal details sitting on the internet w Chinese IP address? >>

* Nancy Pelosi lost the impeachment standoff >>
* Warner Bros. signs with AI company to help choose which movies to reboot (yes, really) >>
* Verge Awards At Ces 2020: Welcome To The Land Of The Concept >>

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