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* Maxar and NASA will demonstrate orbital spacecraft assembly with a new robotic arm >>
* Super Bowl 2020: How to watch free without cable on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, PS4 and more >>

* Total fatalities rises to 305, 14,500 confirmed cases >>
* Coronavirus:10 days of hospital building in 60 seconds >>
* Coronavirus: scientists identify possible new mode of transmission in human faeces >>

* Alleged leaked video shows off Samsung’s folding Galaxy Z Flip >>
* POD WSJ: Where AI Is Headed Next >>
* POD AI Hiring, Never Retiring: Working in the 21st Century >>

* Israel Electric inks deal to help safeguard Tokyo Olympics from cyberattack >>
* Iranian hackers monitor hotels, travel industry to follow targets, expert warns >>
* FLOW SESSIONS: Alain De Botton and Jason Silva >>

* The Battle for End-to-End DevOps Champion Is On >>
* DevOps Deeper Dive: DevOps Consolidation This Way Comes >>
* Cringely Predicts IBM ‘Disappears Into Red Hat’ >>

* Microsoft Azure Flaws Could Have Let Hackers Take Over Cloud Servers >>
* Buffer overflow when pwfeedback is set in sudoers >>
* Researchers Find Some LoRaWAN Networks Vulnerable to Cyber-Attacks >>

* This Week in Programming: Forget Microservices, Monoliths Are the Way Forward >>
* Monoliths Are the Future (changelog.com) >>

* PETA Suggests Celebrating Groundhog Day With a Weather-Predicting AI-Enabled Robot >>
* Newly funded Legacy, a sperm testing and freezing service, conveys a message to men: get checked >>
* The Data Exchange >>

* 5G Now Carrying 21% of All Mobile Traffic in South Korea >>
* Record Labels Will Ask Potential Piracy Trial Jurors if They Read TorrentFreak >>

* SpaceX Starship Update, Starlink 3 launch and NASA International Space Station Commercial Module >>
* CNN Analyst Says Donald Trump ‘Won’ In Impeachment Trial: ‘That’s How History Will Remember What Went On Here’ >>

* Japan succeeds in isolating Wuhan coronavirus in step toward vaccine and test kit >>
* Philippines reports first coronavirus death outside China >>
* Health officials testing the first possible Wuhan coronavirus case in New York >>
* Cocktail of Flu, HIV Drugs Appears to Help Fight Coronavirus: Thai Doctors >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 February 2020

February 2, 2020 Leave a comment

* China now reports outbreak of deadly bird flu among chickens in Hunan province >>
* China reports 11,821 confirmed, 17,988 suspected cases of coronavirus, 259 deaths >>
* VR is crazy better when you do it underwater >>
* Mark Zuckerberg Talking about next decade in tech at Silicon Slopes >>

* Same-day delivery: Ready for takeoff >>
* The drive toward sustainability in packaging—beyond the quick wins >>

* Outsmarting the 5G smartphone challenge: How telcos can reinvent their handset business >>
* Getting practical about the future of work >>
* AI spots a mysterious ‘square structure within a triangular one’ on the surface of dwarf planet Ceres >>

* Watch All the Best Super Bowl Ads Right Now >>
* Super Bowl 2020: Here’s all the space-themed commercials so far >>
* How to charge 30, 50, or even 100 smartphones or tablets simultaneously >>

* Video Friday: How Robots Are Helping to Fight the Coronavirus Outbreak >>
* World’s First Classical Chinese Programming Language >>
* Brexit: Britain finally leaves the European Union >>

* Coronavirus: Cement mixers become celebrities in China lockdown >>
* 16 Minutes on the News #21: Coronavirus Outbreak >>
* Neanderthals never lived in Africa, but their genes got there anyway >>

* What if Brexit Works? >>
* A Russian satellite seems to be tailing a US spy satellite in Earth orbit >>

* NASA decommissions Spitzer Space Telescope after 16 years of service >>
* Ginni Rometty leaves complex legacy as she steps away as IBM CEO >>
* Doctors on TikTok Try to Go Viral >>

* Ep97: How to keep your skill set fresh, with Ell Marquez and Christophe Limpalair >>
* Breaking Analysis: Storage…Continued Softness with Some Bright Spots >>
* Gary Malhotra, Whatfix | CUBE Conversation >>

* DARPA is testing drones it can launch from a plane—then collect mid-air >>
* AI still doesn’t have the common sense to understand human language >>
* New trailers: Fast & Furious 9, Swallow, and more >>

* Investing in Neighbor >>
* Exclusive: Matrixx Appoints Glo Gordon as CEO >>
* Computers That Can Make Commitments >>

* Hunting for New Drugs with AI >>
* How Artificial Intelligence Will Change Medicine >>
* This pillow is designed to help you stop snoring >>

* With Google’s Meena, are AI assistants about to get a lot smarter? >>
* This Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through February 1) >>
* Donald Trump Blasted Barack Obama For Golfing Amid Ebola Outbreak, Goes Golfing During Coronavirus Crisis >>

* Flexible Tech Harvests Body Heat To Power Health Wearables >>
* “Unprecedented” Locust Invasion Approaches Full-Blown Crisis >>
* Amazon Powers Ahead With Robust Profit >>

* Alphabet Has a Second, Secretive Quantum Computing Team >>
* Japanese billionaire calls off girlfriend contest for moon trip on SpaceX Starship >>
* Asteroid That Killed the Dinosaurs Was Great for Bacteria >>

* Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, already the wealthiest person on the planet, just got billions richer >>
* Carriers ‘violated federal law’ by selling your location data, FCC tells Congress >>
* Rocket Lab launches satellite for US spysat agency, guides booster back to Earth >>

* The Future of Apple >>
* Why Clearview AI’s Facial Recognition is a Privacy Nightmare >>
* Rocket Lab points out that not all rideshare rocket launches are created equal >>

* Microsoft shovels more dirt on UWP apps, leaving Win32 apps as the future once again >>
* Mark Zuckerberg Says Facebook’s Goal is No Longer To Be ‘Liked’ >>
* Cygnus cargo ship leaves International Space Station, begins new mission in orbit >>

* Go 1.15 Planning Will Not ‘Try’ Error Handling >>
* Customer feedback is a development opportunity >>
* ‘Star Trek: Picard’ gets more ‘engaging’ in episode 2 >>

* What Is an IoT Platform? >>
* Componentized Cloud Management: The Way Ahead For AWS Automation >>
* Can we keep facial recognition from enabling a surveillance state? >>

* How employers are freezing the over 50s out of the job market >>
* Kiwi dairy and food exporters are cracking the 1.34 billion-strong Indian market >>
* Why Highly Intelligent People Are Miserable >>

* Astronomers See Space Twist Around A White Dwarf 12,000 Light Years Away >>
* James Webb’s Launch Date is Going to Slip to July 2021 >>
* A New Kind of Wing Dramatically Improves Flight for Small Drones >>

* Apex.OS: An Open Source Operating System for Autonomous Cars >>
* Countries Debate Openness of Future National IDs >>
* Researchers Can Now Interrogate Body-on-Chip >>

* SpaceX just destroyed a huge tank for its Starship on purpose. Here’s the video! >>
* SpaceX’s fast broadband satellite just got a little closer to reality >>
* Steve Jobs’s real talent wasn’t design—it was seduction >>

* A New Model for Crowdsourcing Innovation >>
* Facebook Stock Plummets 6 Percent After It Reported Fourth-Quarter Earnings, Wiping Out $30 Billion In Market Value >>
* IBM CEO Virginia Rometty is retiring >>

* Google open-sources the tools needed to make 2FA security keys >>
* Engineering a Repairable World >>
* Apple engineers propose a way to make using two-factor texts easier >>

* Microsoft to show off HoloLens, edge computing services at Mobile World Congress 2020 >>
* If You Want Your Digital Transformation to Succeed, Align Your Operating Model to Your Strategy >>
* Podcast: Why Clearview AI’s facial recognition is a privacy nightmare >>

* The Staggering Vulnerability of Global Elites >>
* Samsung Galaxy S20 reservations are now open. Yes, reservations. >>
* CBS Makes Star Trek: Picard Pilot Free On YouTube ‘For a Limited Time’ >>

* NASA to add ‘space hotel’ to ISS, in privatization push >>
* Researchers discover a new way to control infrared light >>
* Artificial intelligence-created medicine to be used on humans for first time >>

* WHO declares coronavirus outbreak an international health emergency >>
* New coronavirus: How soon will a treatment be ready and will it work? >>
* Wuhan Coronavirus Could Test the Trump Administration’s Ability to Respond to a Crisis >>
* Google launches ‘SOS Alert’ for coronavirus in search results to provide users with tips and information on how to stay safe >>
* Coronavirus is slowing LCD production, and TV and monitor prices are expected to climb as a result >>
* Coronavirus vaccine will take months: biotech exec >>
* 75,000 in Wuhan infected with coronavirus: study estimates >>
* Coronavirus Research Is Moving at Top Speed—With a Catch >>
* China builds more SARS treatment-model hospitals to fight epidemic >>
* Coronavirus Wuhan diary: Living alone in a city gone quiet >>
* This virus has killed more than the new coronavirus: It’s called the flu >>

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