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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 February 2020

* Facebook buys startup using AI vision to find your location >>
* Clearview AI Wants To Sell Its Facial Recognition To Authoritarian Regimes >>
* Clearview’s Facial Recognition App Is Identifying Child Victims of Abuse >>

* Video Friday: UBTECH’s Walker Robot Serves Drinks, Does Yoga >>
* Capture Carbon in Concrete Made With CO2 >>
* Radio Frequency Exposure Test Finds an iPhone 11 Pro Exceeds FCC’s Limit >>

* US Military Shipping Container Supercomputer Has 6 Petaflop Performance >>
* DARPA Is Using Gamers’ Brain Waves to Train Robot Swarms >>
* NASA: A second, unreported glitch could have wrecked Boeing’s Starliner >>

* POD: How Tech (And Humans) Failed the Iowa Caucus >>
* POD: Ep98: Navigating the Application Revolution, with Fabio Gori >>
* POD: The Virus, the Vote, and the Very Long Week >>
* POD: How Telcos are Transforming Managed Services >>
* POD: Coronavirus, Balkanization & Vodafone >>
* POD: 16 Minutes on the News #22: Epic Battles in Healthcare, FICO Changes >>
* POD: Building the First CAR T Company >>
* TED: How Bees Can Keep The Peace Between Elephants And Humans >>
* Jason Zintak, 6sense | CUBEConversation, February 2020 >>

* Here’s How This Metasurface Lens Could Improve Imaging >>
* A Tesla Cybertruck replaces the Back to the Future DeLorean because it’s the future, get it? >>
* A Series of Global Technology Disruptions >>

* China Begins Testing an Antiviral Drug in Coronavirus Patients >>
* 500 People Will Get Ten Day Clinical Trial for Antiviral Drug Versus Coronavirus >>
* How AI Is Tracking the Coronavirus Outbreak >>
* Coronavirus Is Bad. Comparing It to the Flu Is Worse >>
* The coronavirus could stick around, but the way we fight it will change if it does >>
* How Does the New Coronavirus Compare with the Flu? >>
* Coronavirus: The confirmed cases around the world >>
* Passenger wears plastic tent on plane to avoid coronavirus >>
* Israeli startup says its nanotech masks and robes may block coronavirus >>
* Coronavirus death toll rises to 805 passing sars >>
* The biggest questions about the new coronavirus and what we know so far >>

* Wearable Patch Uses Machine Learning to Detect Sleep Apnea >>
* Scientists Discover Virus With No Recognizable Genes >>
* The best cellular GPS tracker >>

* This Week in Programming: Iowa Shows Apps Can’t Replace Institutional Knowledge >>
* The winning moves in project-based services >>
* AI powered drone creates a 3D map of the Dragon’s Breath Cave, a 670-foot deep underground lake in Namibia >>
* Researchers develop a roadmap for growth of new solar cells >>

* Major tech show creates a new meaning for ‘going hands free’ >>
* NVIDIA will skip MWC 2020 due to concerns about coronavirus >>
* Ericsson pulls out of Mobile World Congress over coronavirus concerns >>
* Nvidia Launches Cloud Gaming Service GeForce Now for $5 Per Month >>

* Breathing may change your mind about free will >>
* IBM Showcases Key AI Research @ AAAI-20 >>
* Did Neutrinos Stop The Early Universe From Annihilating Itself? >>

* US House panel will discuss self-driving cars next week >>
* Why your next TV needs ‘filmmaker mode’ >>
* A blood test could diagnose the world’s most common cause of blindness ‘YEARS before symptoms develop’ >>

* Voyager 2 bounces back from glitch in interstellar space >>
* A government blueprint to adapt the ecosystem to the future of work >>
* Improving warehouse operations—digitally >>

* Data and culture as stepping stones for Digital@Scale >>
* New robot does superior job sampling blood >>
* Weed-mapping robot moves from prototype to fleet manufacture >>

* Galaxy Z Flip video leak shows a model headed to the US >>
* CCPA won’t be enough to fix tech’s data entitlement problem >>
* California’s new privacy law is off to a rocky start >>

* Big Tech Has a Trillion-Dollar Problem >>
* Melanized Fungus Grows Faster Exposed to 500 Times Normal Radiation Levels >>
* Cancer drugs are the most profitable for Big Pharma >>

* OneWeb launches 34 internet satellites into orbit to boost broadband megaconstellation >>
* SpaceX Will IPO Starlink >>

* Capturing and validating alphanumeric identifiers in Amazon Lex >>
* A single grain of Apollo moon dust opens new world of lunar science >>
* Facebook open-sources PyTorch3D to enable AI that thinks in three dimensions >>

* A super-rare ‘Zee burst’ in Antarctica could one day unlock a key mystery of ghostly neutrinos >>
* NASA’s experimental X-59 supersonic jet could be built by the end of 2020 >>

* Receiver innovators log trends and product launches — Part 2 >>
* Seven Healthcare Industry Trends to Watch in 2020 >>
* A game plan for quantum computing >>

* Amazon is making 100,000 electric delivery vans. Here’s what it looks like >>
* Levitating Proteins Could Offer Early Warning For Disease >>
* We’ve found more than 2500 new viruses and some are unlike any we know >>

* CRISPR cancer trial finds that gene-edited immune cells are safe >>

* Astronomers find the first evidence that mysterious bursts of radio waves hitting Earth follow a set pattern >>
* ViacomCBS is working on yet another streaming service >>

* Netflix will let you stop those annoying auto previews >>
* Netflix says it’s only obeyed nine government takedown requests >>
* Super Bowl 2020 >>

* Google and Facebook turn their backs on undersea cable to China >>
* Are You Asking Too Much of Your Chief Data Officer? >>
* After Iowa caucus flub, can tech be trusted in elections? >>

* New trailers: Mulan, Spiral, The Jesus Rolls, and more >>
* Secure Your Pipeline While Keeping Your Developers and Admins Happy >>

* 10 Steps to Creating a Data-Driven Culture >>
* 4 ways to energize DevOps teams, and why teams are so important in the first place >>
* Uber shares rise as ride-hailing firm beats projections and moves up profit forecast >>

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