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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 01 March 2020

February 29, 2020 Leave a comment

* Coronavirus corrections and the rise of remote work >>
* Video Friday: Child Robot Affetto Learning New Facial Expressions >>
* Engadget Podcast: Reviewing Samsung’s Galaxy S20 Ultra >>

* Citroën’s tiny Ami electric car can be driven by 14-year olds for $22 a month >>
* SpaceX Starship Explosion of SN1 – Moving to SN2 >>

* Chinese police now have AI helmets for temperature screening >>
* Robot, 3D printing, drone, 5G deployed in fight against epidemic >>
* Coronavirus is the first big test for futuristic tech that can prevent pandemics >>
* How Coronavirus Could Impact the Global Supply Chain by Mid-March >>

* Vergecast: S20 Ultra’s camera issues and Bob Iger steps down as Disney CEO >>
* How Resident Microbes Restructure Body Chemistry >>
* Illustrated Self-Supervised Learning >>

* Meet the Roomba’s Ancestor: The Cybernetic Tortoise >>
* Mark Humayun Builds Bionic Eyes >>
* Crosstalk Analysis of High-Speed Serial Technology with VNAs >>

* ‘Robot’ was coined 100 years ago, in a play predicting human extinction by android hands >>
* AI Helps Scientists Discover Powerful New Antibiotic >>
* Apple has blocked Clearview AI’s iPhone app for violating its rules >>

* Smarter Grids Pave the Way for More Open Grids >>
* The Open Source CIO >>
* 16 Minutes on the News #24: What’s Up With All These Fintech Acquisitions; SEC Rules >>

* Could deepfakes be used to train office workers? >>
* A new management science for technology delivery >>
* Enhancing the tech backbone >>

* This Slow Motion, Super-Zoom 4K Footage Of An Airshow Is Just Spectacular >>
* Ability to Take on Diverse Roles May Be Key to Which Animals Survive Mass Extinction >>
* Drones are flying UNDERGROUND in Japan to inspect parts of the Tokyo Metro’s sprawling subway tunnels >>

* The rise of cloud computing has had a smaller climate impact than feared >>
* Vivo’s new concept phone comes with a ‘gimbal camera’ >>
* Tencent teams up with ‘Sars hero’ Zhong Nanshan on AI, big data lab to combat coronavirus and predict outbreaks >>

* Shanghai introduces QR codes on subway to track potential contact with coronavirus >>
* Clearview AI leak names businesses using its facial recognition database >>
* Big data helps with China’s emergency management >>

* First private space rescue mission sees two satellites latch together >>
* Rocket start-up Astra tries back-to-back launches to win $12 million >>
* Boeing didn’t conduct end-to-end tests on Starliner before its failed flight >>

* A New Mini-Moon Was Found Orbiting Earth. There Will Be More. >>
* Clearview AI, which has facial recognition database of 3 billion images, faces data theft >>
* 10 sites to watch movies for free >>

* How Would The World’s Largest Planes Perform On The World’s Shortest Runway? >>
* This Mashup Of ‘Toy Story’ And ‘Westworld’ Works Terrifyingly Well >>
* Imagine A World Without Youtube >>

* Recycling Plants Are Catching On Fire, And Lithium-Ion Batteries Are To Blame >>
* Geneva Motor Show canceled after coronavirus causes government to ban large events >>
* Hillary Clinton is launching her own podcast >>

* Moscow police seize a fully-functional Batmobile replica >>
* Bill Gates’s plan to tackle a possible pandemic only works if governments handle health care >>
* Provisioned Concurrency: The Silver Bullet to AWS Lambda Cold Starts >>

* The Cloud Is Dead, Long Live On-Premise! >>
* Data Theorem: API Security from Mobile to Serverless >>
* Why Businesses Should Consider Managed Cloud-Based WAF Protection >>

* China Removed a Pandemic-Themed Game From Its iOS App Store >>
* Optimizing application performance with Amazon CodeGuru Profiler >>
* Wondering about getting a job at SpaceX? Elon Musk says innovation is the main criterion >>

* Recycling Plants Are Catching On Fire, And Lithium-Ion Batteries Are To Blame >>
* Recycled nuclear waste will power a new reactor >>
* Google Plots Course to the Cloud >>

* I Used Minecraft to Cope With My Apocalypse Anxiety >>
* Fear and liability in algorithmic hiring >>
* British Airways is testing autonomous electric wheelchairs at JFK >>

* BMW’s teases its iNext prototype EV during a hot-weather test >>
* Cloud Computing Is Not the Energy Hog That Had Been Feared >>
* A Flaw in Billions of Wi-Fi Chips Let Attackers Decrypt Data >>

* Two private satellites just docked in space in historic first for orbital servicing >>
* Leap years and why we need them >>
* Clearview’s Facial Recognition App Has Been Used By The Justice Department, ICE, Macy’s, Walmart, And The NBA >>

* Coronavirus: US confirms first death, in Washington state >>
* Coronavirus: Iran’s deaths at least 210, hospital sources say >>
* It’s going to take a lot longer to make a COVID-19 vaccine than a treatment >>
* Coronavirus: ‘Self-isolating will cost me £600’ >>
* Coronavirus: UK schools and offices could close for up to two months >>
* FDA Identifies First Drug Shortage Blamed on Coronavirus—but Won’t Name the Drug >>
* Coronavirus: England only has 15 beds for worst respiratory cases >>
* Quarantines Won’t Save Us From Coronavirus >>
* Promising Antiviral Is Being Tested for the Coronavirus—but Results Are Not Yet Out >>
* US’s newest coronavirus patient had no known exposure to anyone sick and hadn’t gone to China, which suggests containment might be impossible >>
* Silent Epidemic? Experts Fear Coronavirus Is Spreading Undetected in Southeast Asia >>
* Coronavirus Could Pose Risk To More Than 150 Million Due To ‘Overloaded’ Medical System, Says Statistician >>
* Coronavirus: First case of virus in New Zealand >>
* Coronavirus: Supermarkets working hard to restock in-demand and sold-out items as customers buy up large >>
* Most Coronavirus Cases Are Mild. That’s Good and Bad News. >>
* First Covid-19 outbreak in a U.S. nursing home raises concerns >>
* Tokyo 2020 Olympics threatened due to coronavirus >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 February 2020

February 27, 2020 Leave a comment

* Verizon this week showed off 4.2 Gbit/s speeds on its 5G network >>
* The changeable organization >>
* Edge and enterprise 5G the star turns at Omdia’s Future Vision event >>

* CDC ..Spread of Coronavirus in U.S., Warns Disruptions Could be “Severe” >>
* COVID-19 Vaccine Shipped, and Drug Trials Start >>
* Coronavirus Precautions: Hundreds In New York Asked To Isolate >>
* Mike Pence, who enabled an HIV outbreak in Indiana, will lead US coronavirus response >>

* China’s rover has discovered what lies beneath the moon’s far side >>
* Politicians are mulling a global tax rate to tame the tech giants >>
* Our galaxy’s huge black hole may have created organic molecules >>

* Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Review: Shutter Bug >>
* All You Need to Know About the Life-Changing Digital Twin Technology >>
* In a never-ending war, security experts battle malware, deepfakes and nation-states >>

* Facebook cancels F8 conference, citing coronavirus concerns >>
* RDK Americas Summit canceled over coronavirus concerns >>
* GDC ‘moving forward as planned’ as Epic, Microsoft, and others pull out over coronavirus concerns >>
* Coronavirus: Mission Impossible filming halted over health fears >>

* Amazon Transcribe can now automatically redact personally identifiable information >>
* Governments Increasingly Shut Down the Internet >>
* Happy Habits >>

* TED 3 Ways To Uproot A Culture Of Corruption >>
* TED How Bumble Bees Inspired A Network Of Tiny museums >>
* 3D printouts of plant-based meat could become alternative food for world’s population >>

* ‘Trust nothing’: As breaches mount, a radical approach to cybersecurity gains favor >>

* Architecture.Next: Invalidating old axioms >>
* As internet forums die off, finding community can be harder than ever >>
* Cartesiam helps developers bring AI to microcontrollers >>

* Earth just gained a new mini-moon—but it won’t be around for long >>
* Exclusive: Brain scans used to read minds of intensive care patients >>
* Gut bacteria may be responsible for bowel disorders including cancers >>

* Eero’s mesh WiFi routers now support Apple HomeKit >>
* Google’s latest VR app lets you gaze at prehistoric paintings >>
* The force is strong in neutron stars >>

* An Orbital Rendezvous Demonstrates a Space Junk Solution >>
* Amazon all set to enter India’s food delivery market >>
* Are You Still Prioritizing Intuition Over Data? >>

* It’s Still Early, but Potassium Batteries Are Showing Promise for Grid Storage >>
* Virgin Galactic Sees Demand for Million Dollar Premium Sub-orbital Tourism >>
* Japan’s biggest airline is building a robot army for the most high-tech Olympics yet >>

* MIT researchers create new self-driving system that can steer in low visibility settings, including fog and snow >>
* To self-drive in the snow, look under the road >>
* We have only just figured out how human feet work >>

* Where do great architectures come from? >>
* A Vision of AI for Joyful Education >>
* Red panda genes suggest there are actually two different species >>

* How Adversarial Attacks Could Destabilize Military AI Systems >>
* Cartesiam Hopes to Make Embedded AI Easier for Everyone >>
* Finally, an Effort to Make Inflight Wi-Fi Less Awful >>

* Astra Launching Rockets Moved in a Shipping Container Needing Only Days to Prepare >>
* SpaceX delays next Dragon cargo ship launch for NASA due to rocket issue >>
* NASA’s VIPER moon mission to seek out lunar water slips to 2023 >>

* ‘Mini’ MRI Outperforms 3-D Mammograms In Detecting Cancer In Women With Dense Breasts >>
* Firefox Enables DNS over HTTPS >>
* McKinsey 2020 Global Consumer Sentiment Survey: A tale of two segments >>

* Future Astronauts Could Enjoy Fresh Vegetables From an Autonomous Orbital Greenhouse >>
* Chang’e-4 mission, is demonstrating the promise and peril of using ground-penetrating radar in planetary science. >>
* Air New Zealand announces ‘Skynest’, allowing lie-flat sleep in economy class >>

* Rockets Find First X-rays from Outside Our Galaxy >>
* How Much Money Does the World Owe China? >>
* If You’re Overworked, Learn Which Tasks to Hand Off >>

* Lead Your Business Through the Coronavirus Crisis >>
* NBCU’s Peacock streaming service adds hundreds of hours of A&E shows >>
* Celebrate digital learning with tools for everyone >>

* YouPorn is launching a ‘TikTok-inspired’ web app that lets users swipe left or right >>
* Reddit CEO: TikTok is ‘fundamentally parasitic’ >>
* A.I. reveals which workers are most likely to quit their jobs >>

* E-scooters are a disaster for cities – but we must embrace them >>

* Little Beam On A Microscope Makes Laser-Induced Graphene >>
* Email still beats texts – for hackers phishing for your data >>

* The productivity imperative in services: Introduction >>
* JRE #1432 – AUBREY DE GREY >>
* Israeli researchers say they’ve found first animal to survive without oxygen >>

* Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G review: Impressive camera specs don’t justify the price >>
* Let’s Encrypt Has Issued a Billion Certificates >>
* Lunar missions before nasa 2024 artemis moon landing >>

* RSAC 2020 >>
* Leading Change: Building a Security Culture of Protect, Detect and Respond >>
* Chris Betz & Chris Smith, CenturyLink | RSAC USA 2020 >>
* Dr. Ellison Anne Williams, Enveil | RSAC USA 2020 >>
* Lisa O’Connor, Accenture | RSAC USA 2020 >>
* Joe McCann & Bob Meindl, Capgemini | RSAC USA 2020 >>
* Digital Anarchist Live – RSAC San Francisco (Feb 25-27) >>

* The elephant in the architecture >>
* Time to Tell >>
* How DevOps Can Save Security >>

* TED how technology has changed what its like to be deaf >>
* How Hard Will The Robots Make Us Work? >>
* Samsung is already working to fix the Galaxy S20 cameras >>

* Everything you missed at Toy Fair 2020 >>
* Can Airtable Democratize Software Development? >>
* The History of Carbon-14 Is Way More Thrilling Than You Think >>

* We Need a Cheap Way to Diagnose Coronavirus >>
* Pence Will Control All Coronavirus Messaging From Health Officials >>
* Coronavirus begins to impact US tech earnings >>
* US Has Its First ‘Community Spread’ Coronavirus Case >>
* Japan closes schools as Saudi Arabia halts pilgrimages due to Coronavirus fears – as it happened >>
* Coronavirus: Japanese woman tests positive for second time >>
* Coronavirus: How to self-isolate >>
* Mapping coronavirus, responsibly >>
* Coronavirus: 6,000 people held on cruise ship as Mexico conducts tests >>
* How Disease X, the epidemic-in-waiting, erupted in China >>
* Workers at 60 per cent of Chinese companies still telecommuting amid coronavirus lockdown, says Baidu >>
* Coronavirus empty: bare planes, ferries, beaches make for an eerie Philippine getaway >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 February 2020

February 26, 2020 Leave a comment

* Tempo is a smart home gym that uses computer vision to track your form in real time >>
* New Wi-Fi Encryption Vulnerability Affects Over A Billion Devices >>
* Amazon made a bigger camera-spying store, so we tried to steal its fruit >>

* Unmanned Solar Aircraft Aims to Compete Commercially With Satellites and Drones >>
* How a Hot $100 Million Home Design Startup Collapsed Overnight >>
* RSA: from the convention floor of the security conference >>

* New LTE Network Flaw Could Let Attackers Impersonate 4G Mobile Users >>
* Chinese hospitals deploy ai to help diagnose covid19 >>
* Tech Companies Use AI to Stop Predators Online >>

* O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference: The elephant in the architecture >>

* Beautiful UI components, crafted by Tailwind >>
* NASA picks moon catapults, lasers, electricity and other wild lunar projects for student contest >>
* Netflix’s new Top 10 lists tell you what’s popular >>

* The Detail: Why coronavirus is a game changer for scientists >>
* Air New Zealand Unveils Comfy-Looking Sleeping Pods For Economy-Class Passengers >>
* YouTubers Create A Five-Gallon Liquid Nitrogen Rocket, Test To See If It Can Actually Fly >>

* Google Translate supports new languages for the first time in four years, including Uyghur >>
* Self-driving shuttle company ordered to stop carrying passengers after injury >>
* Mercedes’ New Dual-Axis F1 Steering System Is Counter-Intuitive And Brilliant. Here’s How It Works >>

* Fujifilm X-T4 Announced With In-Body Image Stabilization And Flip-Out Screen >>
* What It’s Like to Drive a Sherp, The Giant ATV That Walks on Water >>
* Meet Bob Chapek, Disney’S New Ceo And The Tim Cook To Iger’S Steve Jobs >>

* Google’s image results will soon tell you more about what you’re seeing >>
* SpaceX approved to build Starship factory and research hub in LA >>
* 3 Trends Changing The Way We Age >>

* Digital Anarchist Live RSA 2020 day 1 >>
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* Google plans to spend $10B+ on data centers and offices this year >>
* Patents Secured for Revolutionary Nuclear Fusion Technology >>

* TED How To Design Gender Bias Out Of Your Workplace >>
* AI Trends Responsible for the Rapid Shape-Shifting of the Future >>
* Train and Deploy Machine Models with Amazon SageMaker Autopilot >>

* Digital Rebar Promises Distributed Site Automation from Enterprise to Edge >>
* Computer Vision Could Improve Health and Workplace Safety >>
* Google Advises Android Developers to Encrypt App Data On Device >>

* A billion Wi-Fi devices suffer from a newly discovered security flaw >>
* Podcast Google Ibm Quantum Supremacy Computing Feud >>
* Artificial intelligence destroy civilization- anaries robot overlords take over world ai >>

* Cable operators and edge computing: Where and why? >>
* Not MWC: Cisco stacks new software for mobile networks >>
* Aryaka CEO Matt Carter: The state of SD-WAN and secure communications >>

* Olympic official: Tokyo is “looking at a cancellation” if coronavirus not contained by late May >>
* IoT devices can give hackers access to your networks >>
* Improving Customer Service Using Artificial Intelligence >>

* Peter Diamandis and Steven Kotler: “The Future Is… >>
* New Ideas for the Automation of Tomorrow >>
* Move Over, CMOS: Here Come Snapshots by Quantum Dots >>

* Here’s How Facebook’s Brain-Computer Interface Development is Progressing >>
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* Deep learning isn’t hard anymore >>
* Email still beats texts – for hackers phishing for your data >>

* Do I Really Need A Vpc? >>
* The Next Generation of Batteries Could Be Built by Viruses >>
* Why successful people don’t do only one thing well >>

* Argo AI’s CEO explains why its fleet of self-driving taxis won’t be all-electric (at first) >>
* Masha Sedova, Elevate Security | RSA USA 2020 >>
* Sizzle Reel | Splunk .conf19 >>
* Sizzle Reel | Google Cloud Next 2019 >>
* Sizzle Reel | AWS re:Invent 2019. >>

* Integrating With SaaS Applications — An Introduction >>
* Integrating With SaaS Applications — Common Architectural Elements >>
* Integrating With SaaS Applications — Example CRM Integration >>

* Weekly Space Hangout: February 26, 2020 – Czarina Salido of Time In Cosmology is ‘Taking Up Space’ >>
* Covid-19 Will Mark the End of Affluence Politics >>
* Chinese firms rush to bring 5G smartphones to India >>

* Our Long Bets and Predictions about 02020 >>
* Doj Plans To Strike Against Encryption While The Techlash Iron Is Hot >>
* Companies in southern Xinjiang restart production to fight poverty amid epidemic >>

* 90 seconds to see how gigafactory resumed operations >>
* A Hard Look at Concrete >>
* What can the coronavirus outbreak teach us about bringing Mars samples back to Earth? >>
* When that ‘AI company’ isn’t really an AI company >>

* China to provide support to countries with weaker health systems: FM spokesperson >>
* Coronavirus spreads from Italy to Brazil, reaching every continent except Antarctica >>
* China’s Surveillance State Pushed to the Limits in Virus Fight >>
* Could the US contain a coronavirus outbreak >>
* Coronavirus Is Bat Coronavirus With SARS Receptor and Likely Joined in a Lab >>
* Coronavirus far more likely than Sars to bond to human cells due to HIV-like mutation, scientists say >>
* It’s not the apocalypse, but yes, you should care >>
* Trump’s reckless coronavirus statements put the entire US at risk >>
* First US military coronavirus infection confirmed in South Korea as cases hit 1,261 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 February 2020

February 25, 2020 Leave a comment

* Amazon’s first big ‘Go’ grocery store opens in Seattle with 5,000 products >>
* SpaceX Starship Will Have Wheels and Get Towed to Launch Pad >>
* Incredible footage of 1911 New York City is colorized by artificial intelligence in high resolution >>

* Robodog ‘Spot’ designed to sniff out bombs goes into ‘sit’ mode and refuses to move during trial by Massachusetts police >>
* Sony patents new motion sensing controller with sensors that track individual finger movement, hinting ‘next generation’ version PlayStation VR headset >>
* Deviceplane wants to bring over-the-air updates to Linux edge devices >>

* Mirantis co-founder launches FreedomFi to bring private LTE networks to enterprises >>
* Mirrored chip could enable handheld dark-field microscopes >>
* Thousands of private WhatsApp group chats exposed in Google search results >>
* Amazon Opens Cashierless “Go” Supermarket >>

* Samsung’s new chips usher in smartphones with 16GB of DRAM >>
* Fitbit-style wearable health tracker for pets developed can detect vital signs like heart, breathing rates through fur >>
* Wearable sensor powered by AI predicts worsening heart failure before hospitalization >>

* Woman urinates alcohol without drinking due to yeast in her bladder >>
* First new seeds put into Svalbard’s upgraded doomsday vault >>

* Animal that doesn’t need oxygen to survive discovered >>

* AI Deception: When Your Artificial Intelligence Learns to Lie >>
* Tables, footrests, smart speakers: Self-driving cars could become the living rooms of the future >>
* Robotic Research to start testing fully autonomous unmanned shuttles >>
* This Demonstration Of The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra’s 100x ‘Space Zoom’ Is Wild >>

* Microsoft’s Azure Sphere, its Linux-based microcontroller plus cloud service, hits general availability >>
* Rotary Rocket Had Wheels on Landing Legs As SpaceX Plans for Starship >>
* Forensic Architecture redeploys surveillance-state tech to combat state-sponsored violence >>

* The Telecoms.com Podcast: Huawei, coronavirus and Deutsche Telecom >>
* Aryaka CEO Matt Carter: The state of SD-WAN and secure communications >>
* artificial-intelligence-destroy-civilization-canaries-robot-overlords-take-over-world-ai >>
* ‘Trust nothing’: As breaches mount, a radical approach to cybersecurity gains favor >>
* Open Source Security How to Lay the Groundwork for a Secure Culture >>

* TED management_lessons_from_chinese_business_and_philosophy >>

* With new platform, JFrog pitches end-to-end DevOps tooling >>
* Menlo Security launches new data loss prevention solution >>
* OpsRamp strengthens its AI, multicloud monitoring capabilities >>

* New Genomic Tests Aim to Diagnose Deadly Infections Faster >>
* Overwhelmed is a choice >>
* PlayStation 5 vs. Xbox Series X: Everything We Know About Next-Gen Consoles >>

* Apple Stores are opening in China again despite coronavirus outbreak >>
* MWC now stands for Mighty Wallet Crusher? Smaller firms counting cost >>
* Build a Network — Even When You Don’t Think You Need One >>
* Bird is testing Bird Pay, which lets users purchase items from local businesses using its main app >>

* Firefox to enable DNS-over-HTTPS by default to US users >>
* How Can I Support My Adult Child Who Has A Mental Health Disorder? >>
* Use This Framework to Predict the Success of Your Big Data Project >>

* Developing lensless imaging at the nanoscale >>
* 2019 Was the Year of the Satellite Megaconstellation >>
* Ep. 560: Betelgeuse >>

* Event Sourcing Design with Amazon Web Services >>
* Last satellites for network near finish line >>

* A material’s insulating properties can be tuned at will >>
* NASA’s Chandra X-ray space telescope reveals a double star system with an alter ego >>
* Ringtone Timeline >>

* Boom says its supersonic XB-1 aircraft test program will be ‘fully carbon neutral’ >>
* HTC opens pre-orders for its $899 Vive Cosmos Elite VR headset >>
* How To Generate Infinite Fake Humans >>

* It’s Time to Start Talking About Menopause at Work >>
* A.I. Speeds Up Battery Testing For Electric Vehicles >>
* Five things we have learned about Mars from NASA’s InSight mission >>

* HYDROPOWER DAMS THREATEN FISH HABITATS WORLDWIDE >>
* New class of ‘extra-large’ Manta Ray underwater drones will be built by Lockheed Martin >>
* We really can control the weather – but it may not be very useful >>

* Food-Delivery Companies Look To Mergers and Acquisitions >>
* Sizzle Reel | UiPath Forward 2019 >>
* Sizzle Reel | KubeCon+CloudNativeCon EU 2019 >>
* Sizzle Reel | VMWorld 2019 >>
* Sizzle Reel | Google Cloud Next 2019 >>

* Samsung Galaxy S20 is the first phone certified for USB fast charging >>
* Huawei’s P40 lineup will launch March 26th in Paris >>
* CDC flu pandemic plans hint at the playbook for a new coronavirus outbreak >>

* Beyond Gta: How Tech And Communities Could Change The Future Of Open-World Games >>
* How Silicon Valley Ruined Work Culture >>

* Foxconn reportedly dangles US$1,000 bonus for new workers as it resumes production >>
* Coronavirus Stalls Milan, Italy’s Economic Engine >>
* Coronavirus Could Cost World $1 Trillion If It Becomes a Pandemic, Analysts Predict >>
* Coronavirus: South Korea to test 200,000 sect members as pandemic fears hit markets >>
* Quarantine Preparations >>
* Coronavirus: Singapore bans visitors from South Korean cities at heart of outbreak surge >>

* Amazon Go Grocery, the grab-and-go convenience store, is now a full grocery store concept >>
* Take a look at Amazon’s radical new Seattle grocery store >>
* Amazon opens Seattle grocery store, expanding grab-and-go cashless shopping. Is Whole Foods next? >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 February 2020

February 24, 2020 Leave a comment

* RSA Conference 2020 Kicks Off in San Francisco >>
* The Future Will Be Genetically Engineered >>
* Microsoft reveals more Xbox Series X specs, confirms 12 teraflops GPU >>

* Sony announces its first 5G flagship, the triple lens Xperia 1 II >>
* Wyze is working on a fitness tracker that puts Alexa on your wrist >>
* Uber is testing rooftop ads on its ridesharing fleet >>
* All your base stations belong to us: Intel joins with new 5G chips >>

* Watch Sony’s Xperia event in 7 minutes >>
* Your next tire change could be performed by a robot >>
* MIT helps self-driving cars ‘see’ through snow and fog >>

* Breaking Anaylsis: Cyber Security Update: What to Expect at RSA 2020 >>
* Why are we letting FDA regulations limit number of coronavirus tests? >>
* Forbes Criticizes Airbnb ‘Surveillance Bugs To Make Sure Guests Behave’ >>

* Food-Delivery Companies Look To Mergers and Acquisitions >>
* Fake images can fool autonomous cars, posing risks, Israeli researchers warn >>
* Cisco unveils SecureX cloud platform for improved security visibility >>

* Not MWC: Huawei bolsters its 5G network portfolio >>
* Nasas Insight Mission Proves Mars Is Rocked By Hundreds Of Earthquakes >>
* Were Not Prepared For The End Of Moores Law >>

* Iranian hackers have systematically abused VPN server flaws to plant backdoors >>
* C++20 is completed >>
* Stackery-native provisioned concurrency support, NGINX Controller 3.0, and Algorithmia’s expanded source code management support >>

* VMblog Q&A with Shehzad Merchant of Gigamon at the 2020 RSA Conference >>
* Cloudflare silently deleted my DNS records >>
* When Distribution Trumps Product >>

* Trust nothing: As breaches mount, a radical approach to cybersecurity gains favor >>
* Intel debuts next-generation hardware for 5G networks >>
* Utimaco acquires cryptographic key management firm Geobridge >>

* Cisco unifies cloud security with SecureX >>
* Google beefs up cloud protection with new threat detection, fraud prevention tools >>
* Passwordless authentication is here and there, but not everywhere >>

* Databricks simplifies data management for BI and ML >>
* Sensors: We’re Just Getting Started >>
* AI Trends Responsible for the Rapid Shape-Shifting of the Future >>

* Getting Started With Ballerina >>
* The Cloud Is Dead, Long Live On-Premise >>
* What Happens When You Make Product Decisions to WOW your Customers [A Case Study] >>

* My Logic For Why We’re In A Black Swan Event Includes Risk That We Are Not >>
* Pioneering NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson dies at 101 >>
* Digital payments, chips: Where tech stock investors can find big opportunities after US-China trade war truce >>

* We now know how much our genes influence the risk of contracting HIV >>

* Realme’s X50 Pro is a cheaper 5G flagship with super-fast charging >>
* Microsoft offers a closer look at the next Xbox >>

* Chess champion Garry Kasparov who was replaced by AI says most US jobs are next >>
* This tweet reminded me that driverless cars can still blow our minds >>
* The McLaren GT Costs $250K And Has A Load Of Enviable Features >>

* CV Unethical, Convert Schemas, Multiplayer Live-Coding Audio, and ML Risk Analysis >>
* Huawei’s Mate Xs is a tougher foldable phone lacking the apps you want >>
* China Roundup: Amid coronavirus, tech firms offer ways to maintain China’s lifeblood >>

* Scientists Found Breathable Oxygen in Another Galaxy for the First Time >>
* Literature regarding epidemics and political stability? >>

* Coronavirus: World should prepare for pandemic, says WHO >>
* You’re Likely to Get the Coronavirus >>
* Covid-19: Our chance to contain the coronavirus may already be over >>

* Coronavirus update: Global markets plunge as epidemic spreads to Italy >>
* First Europeans die from coronavirus in Italy >>
* Coronavirus fears hit markets, bringing US shares down as tech and SaaS slip >>

* Cactus Outdoor launches wool face mask amid global shortage >>
* Coronavirus email hoax led to violent protests in Ukraine >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 February 2020

February 23, 2020 Leave a comment

* Best GPS trackers for cats and dogs >>
* Why 5G is critical to the future of industrial communications >>
* Cybersecurity firms are in good shape as they gear up for RSA 2020 >>

* AI discovers antibiotic that kills even highly resistant bacteria >>
* Sensors are the next big thing in space, not starships >>

* Digital Tax Fight Emerges as Global Economic Threat >>
* First novel coronavirus vaccines begin animal testing >>
* A Tiny Piece of Tape Tricked Teslas Into Speeding Up 50 MPH >>

* Vergecast: Galaxy Z Flip review, Android 11 preview, and a ‘house of brands’ >>
* ‘Mad’ Mike Hughes dies in homemade rocket disaster on mission to prove Earth is flat >>
* 3D Printing of Body Parts Is Coming Fast—but Regulations Are Not Ready >>

* A human-machine collaboration to defend against cyberattacks >>
* Changing what heart cells eat could help them regenerate >>
* Alphabet’s Loon, telecoms unite to boost high-altitude internet >>

* This Technique Uses AI to Fool Other AIs >>

* Clearfield is bringing its fiber expertise to 5G >>
* In depth guide to running Elasticsearch in production >>
* Haven is for people who need a way to protect their personal areas and possessions without compromising their privacy. >>

* Getting Started to Work With Jupyter Notebooks in Visual Studio Code >>
* Here’s How to Read License Plate with 10 Lines of Python >>
* A planet could have been stolen from the solar system as it formed >>

* AI a new and ‘frightening’ battlefield in cyber war, experts warn >>
* Third Row Tesla Podcast – Elon’s Story – Part 1 >>
* EPISODE 387: The Worst Video Game Ever >>

* China wants to build a new space station. A planned launch in April will set the stage. >>
* Rocket glitch fixed, Russia launches satellite to enhance military communications >>
* Coronavirus isn’t stopping China from launching rockets >>

* 2020 PAYMENTS ECOSYSTEM: The trends driving growth and shaping the future of the payments >>
* THE RISE OF BANKING-AS-A-SERVICE >>

* Researchers in Australia create first coronavirus vaccine candidate >>
* Coronavirus: Wuhan to quarantine all cured patients for 14 days after some test positive again >>
* Coronavirus: Venice Carnival closes as Italy imposes lockdown >>
* Iran rocked by ‘rapid’ coronavirus outbreak >>
* Coronavirus: South Korea declares highest alert as infections surge >>
* Coronavirus may run rampant in some countries least prepared to deal with it. >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22-23 February 2020

February 22, 2020 Leave a comment

* Neural Networking Upscales 1895 Short Film >>
* Podcast: How to Be Futuristic | Bruce Sterling >>

* Riadh Dridi, Automation Anywhere >>
* Artificial intelligence yields new antibiotic >>
* Google; Teachable Machine >>

* New trailers: Westworld, Amazing Stories, and more >>
* Friends cast is locked in for a reunion special to launch HBO Max >>
* Man Breaks The World Record For Longest Plank Ever (8 hrs) >>

* Etsy completes Google Cloud migration in two years >>
* We might dream of a world where there are no rules, but how practical would it be? >>
* Radical hydrogen-boron reactor leapfrogs current nuclear fusion tech >>

* The importance of industrial sensors in IoT >>
* The power supply implications of AI deployments >>
* Teacher, Leave Those Kids Alone; mission simple; to find children who are studying after 10 p.m. And stop them. >>

* Galaxy S20 Ultra ongoing review: Camera, battery and design tests so far >>
* Trump to attend White House’s planned 5G conference >>
* Japan will launch the first-ever sample return mission from the Martian system >>

* Toronto rejects some of Sidewalk Labs’ smart neighborhood ideas >>
* Tesla receives permission to continue working on its German Gigafactory >>
* Quantum Entangled Computer Memory Over 30 Miles Enables Quantum Internet >>

* Samsung Galaxy Z Flip review: Admire it, don’t buy it >>
* Engineers Bang Tiny Laser Drum To Speed Data Transmission >>
* Ceramic Electrolyte Could Be a Gamechanger for Solid-State Batteries >>

* JRE #1430 – RAGHUNATH CAPPO >>
* Vergecast: Galaxy Z Flip review, Android 11 preview, and a ‘house of brands’ >>
* Google Resists Handing Over Documents in Probe by States >>

* An Adidas experiment and whole new exterior facility head to ISS next month >>
* Managing the fallout from technology transformations >>
* The 5G era: New horizons for advanced-electronics and industrial companies >>

* Study finds quarter of climate change tweets from bots >>
* Global Telcos Join Alphabet, SoftBank’s Flying Cellphone Antenna Lobbying Effort >>
* SpaceX anticipates building ‘many rockets’ as it iterates Starship toward orbital flight this year >>

* DARPA’s hypersonic ‘Glide Breaker’ could blast missile threats out of the sky >>
* HBO renews quirky sci-fi cruise comedy ‘Avenue 5’ for second season >>
* Video Friday: Africa’s Lake Kivu Drone Challenge >>

* Picosecond Lasers and Avalanche Reactions Generate 1 Billion Times Fusion Reactions >>
* Powering Communication for an Interstellar Probe >>
* Testing 5G NR Devices with Standard Waveforms >>

* A Survival Guide for Startups in the Era of Tech Giants >>
* Analytics firm exposed data for 120 million households >>
* Do AI startups have worse economics than SaaS shops? >>

* Sumo Logic Continuous Intelligence w/ Bruno Kurtic >>
* Ep99: Hot topics in the cloud world, with Dominik Tornow >>
* SpaceX anticipates building ‘many rockets’ as it iterates Starship toward orbital flight this year

* Sweden is now testing its digital version of cash, the e-krona >>
* More Bosses Give 4-Day Workweek A Try >>
* Find Your Edge: 5G Networks >>
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* How Big Tech Hijacked Its Sharpest Funniest Critics >>
* The Robot Does The Hard Work Can You Still Ttain Enlightenment >>
* North koreas ultra secretive ways can make the regime easier to track online >>

* TED: How Volumetric Video Brings A New Dimension To Filmmaking >>
* Android Circuit: Latest Galaxy S20 Problems, Huawei Replaces MWC, The Scratched Galaxy Z Flip >>
* The Weeds of Cloud Native >>

* Tech Experts Are Pessimistic About Their Industry; Silicon Valley has hit a midlife crisis. >>
* SETI Researchers Release Petabytes of Data in the Search For Aliens >>
* What’s up with that rock? China’s moon rover finds something strange on the far side. >>

* Prototype Offers High Hopes for High-Efficiency Solar Cells >>

* 9 Popular GitHub Repos For Every Web Developer >>
* Keanu Reeves Rarely Talks About Money — but When He Does, It’s Life-Changing >>
* The Open Guide to Equity Compensation >>

* Top Automation Testing Trends To Look Out In 2020 >>
* Beam-Up Load Balancing: The Portable Next Generation App Experience >>
* Kubernetes Security Best Practices for DevOps >>

* Amid a diversity gap in the VC world, Operator Collective creates a new model >>
* Report: SpaceX is looking to raise $250M at a $36B valuation >>
* Data Economy and the Internet of the Streets >>

* Understanding Architecture Models of Chatbot and Response Generation Mechanisms >>
* Space Tourism Company Virgin Galactic Has $6.5 Billion Valuation >>
* Google Cloud embraces GitOps with new Application Manager for Kubernetes >>

* Ofcom measured UK’s 5G radiation and found that, no, it won’t give you cancer >>
* Keep cloud innovation rolling getting yourself to Gartner’s Infrastructure and Operations Conference >>
* Don’t Quit Your Job Before Asking Yourself These Questions >>

* Codeless ML, Gender Tagging, Circular Transformation, and Rat Chat >>
* How to use (and steady) 100X Space Zoom on Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra >>
* This Week in Apps: HQ Trivia’s dramatic death, Android 11, Apple mulls a more open iOS >>

* How ‘The Mandalorian’ and ILM invisibly reinvented film and TV production >>
* ILM Used Fortnite Tech to Make The Mandalorian’s Virtual Sets >>
* See how ‘The Mandalorian’ used Unreal Engine for its real-time digital sets >>

* JPEG Committee is Banking on AI To Build Its Next Image Codec >>
* MIT scientists create doomsday computer program to decide what to do if an asteroid is unexpectedly discovered >>

* Quibi’s streaming service app launches in app stores for pre-order >>
* Japanese mission to land a rover on a Martian moon and bring back a sample is a go >>
* One year later, the future of foldables remains uncertain >>

* Blue whales are bouncing back from the brink of extinction >>
* A wobbling star may explain pattern of weird radio signals from space >>
* CRISPR safety switch can make cells self-destruct if they go rogue >>

* Earliest known cave-dwelling animal is a 99-million-year-old cockroach >>

* Robots are taking manufacturing jobs but making firms more productive >>
* Seven of Nine gets long overdue closure in ‘Star Trek: Picard’ episode 5 >>

* Artificial atoms create stable qubits for quantum computing >>
* Nutrient-Poor and Energy-Starved. How Life Might Survive at the Extremes in the Solar System >>
* How to Build a Hack-Proof Garage Door Opener >>

* How Machine Learning Can Help Stamp Out Hiring Bias >>
* The Future 100: 2020 vocabulary >>
* What it means to be human in the age of AI >>

* Introducing the GitHub CLI >>
* AI Can Analyze and Deconstruct Animal Behaviors Better than Humans >>
* The New Stack Context: Two Views of Open Source Security >>

* Coronavirus: South Korea confirms huge rise in cases >>
* How Computer Scientists Are Trying to Predict the Coronavirus’ Next Moves >>
* Coronavirus: ‘Narrowing window’ to contain outbreak, WHO says >>
* Chinese medical expert warns recovered coronavirus patients may still be contagious >>
* Coronavirus: Italy orders mass closures after COVID-19 cases quadruple >>
* Amazon is removing listings for products that claim to cure coronavirus >>
* Samsung temporarily shuts down phone factory following coronavirus case >>
* Acting Rationally Regarding Coronavirus: RSAC Conference Update >>
* Coronavirus prompts Verizon to pull out of RSA sponsorship >>
* RSA Conference loses one more abbreviated tech giant after AT&T disconnects virus fears >>
* IBM Developer Podcast: John Walicki | IBM Code and Response: Coronavirus >>
* Coronavirus fears mount: Facebook and Sony withdraw from Game Developers Conference >>
* Chinese trials for Gilead’s antiviral drug to treat coronavirus still far from reaching patient recruitment goals >>
* Coronavirus Also Spreads Via Poop >>

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