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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 February 2020

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* MWC world’s biggest phone show has been canceled due to coronavirus concerns >>
* Airbus wants to change the shape of commercial flights >>
* The coronavirus is the first true social media infodemic >>

* Shooting 8K videos on the Galaxy S20 requires 600MB per minute >>
* Why Samsung’S 108-Megapixel Camera Isn’T Just A Gimmick >>
* Samsung Galaxy Z Flip hands-on: This is more like it >>
* Samsung adds Google Duo to the Galaxy S20 dialer >>
* Hands on with the Galaxy Buds+: The AirPods Pro have some competition >>

* Coronavirus: Mysterious bat cave in Chinese wilderness could hold key >>
* US claims Huawei can secretly access carrier backdoors >>
* This eye-tracking system uses AI to diagnose multiple sclerosis >>

* Coming soon: ‘Fakeout’ by The Fact Checker >>
* Facebook will pay Reuters to fact-check Deepfakes and more >>
* Boeing’s 4 Million lbs Payload Rocket (LMLV) Large Multipurpose Launch Vehicle Concept >>

* A first look at Microsoft’s new Windows 10X operating system for dual screens >>
* Microsoft shows off how containerized apps will work in Windows 10X >>
* Mastercard given approval to prepare for entry into China’s payments market >>

* Syamla Bandla, Facebook | CloudNOW ‘Top Women In Cloud’ >>
* Christine Heckart, Scalyr | CloudNOW ‘Top Women In Cloud’ >>
* Ed Walsh, IBM | CUBEConversation >>
* Data Protection 2020 Cloud, VMware and Cyber | CUBEConversation >>
* The State of Data Protection 2020 | CUBEConversation >>
* Whose Vulnerability Is It Anyway? >>

* Integrating With SaaS Applications — An Introduction >>
* In the coming ‘tech-clash,’ enterprises will need to balance business value and customer values >>
* Amazon Sagemaker: What, Why, and How >>

* China faces setback in 5G ambitions as coronavirus leads to delays in base station installations >>
* Why SpaceX Wants a Tiny Texas Neighborhood So Badly >>
* The auto industry’s unseen inventions—some are weirder than others >>

* Space Force gets $15.4 billion in 2021 budget request >>
* NASA’s Mars sample-return plans get a boost in 2021 budget request >>
* NASA Puts a Price On a 2024 Moon Landing: $35 Billion >>

* When agile fails case study >>
* IBM Research AI Hardware Center marks first birthday with explosive gains in AI computation >>
* Algorithm Groups People More Fairly to Reduce AI Bias >>

* Europe’s planet-hunting CHEOPS telescope beams down its first image. It’s better than expected >>
* Lowering total cost of ownership for machine learning and increasing productivity with Amazon SageMaker >>

* Ai robots navigate world train algorithms challenge >>
* Cloudflare inks agreement with EdgeMicro for edge deployments in 30 markets >>
* Editorial: Xbox Doesn’t Need A VR Headset Just Yet, But It Soon Will >>

* Oxford VR Therapy Platform Lands £10 Million In Investment >>
* GitHub CLI is now in beta >>
* Linux Kernel Runtime Guard (LKRG) >>

* Securing Microservices: The API gateway, authentication and authorization >>
* The End of Privacy as We Know It? >>
* The future of air travel >>

* GPS face-off: Why countries are vying to rule the skies with satnav >>
* Bionic arm capable of handling eggs and playing the piano developed to mimic the human hand >>
* WhatsApp hits 2 billion users, up from 1.5 billion 2 years ago >>

* UK wants telecoms regulator to police social media companies >>
* Trump proposes cut research spending boost AI >>
* Sony lets anyone create remote controls for its cameras >>

* Edge Intelligence Ticks Many Boxes For AI >>
* UC San Diego Health launches drone transport program with UPS, Matternet >>
* An Warfighters Remain The Masters Of Ai? >>

* Coronavirus symptoms: what to look for, who to contact and how to treat it >>
* How bad is the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak likely to get? >>

* Coronavirus: How well prepared are countries for a covid-19 pandemic? >>

* Coronavirus: Are cruise ships really ‘floating Petri dishes’? >>
* ‘It was terrifying’: Australian cruise ship passenger stranded in Japan with coronavirus >>

* Research: Organizations That Move Fast Really Do Break Things >>
* Nikola Motors Unveils Hybrid Fuel-Cell Concept Truck With 600-Mile Range >>
* Netflix and YouTube are taking over your TV set >>

* NZ’s largest tech retailer pulls nz expo, citing coronavirus disruption >>
* EU backs away from proposed five-year facial recognition ban >>
* Coronavirus Crisis Disrupting Flow of Mail Into China >>

* Deutsche Bank calls in AWS, Microsoft and Google to tout for cloud biz: Come in to tender >>
* Update Microsoft Windows Systems to Patch 99 New Security Flaws >>
* Emotet Malware Now Hacks Nearby Wi-Fi Networks to Infect New Victims >>

* How Microsoft’s Dapr Simplifies Developing and Deploying Microservices >>
* Microsoft backtracks on ‘Bing-jacking’ Chrome with its Microsoft Search extension >>
* New Math Makes Scientists More Certain About Quantum Uncertainties >>

* Mars 2020 Will be The Third Time That NASA Has Tried to Send a Microphone to Mars >>

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