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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 April 2020

* Boston Dynamics’ Spot robot is helping hospitals remotely treat coronavirus patients >>
* This tool automatically transcribes your Zoom meetings as they happen >>
* Coronavirus: First patients injected in UK vaccine trial >>

* We may have found 19 more interstellar asteroids in our solar system >>
* Goldman Sachs says Amazon’s stock will surge 20% from current levels >>
* Smartphone-powered device tests blood samples for genetic conditions >>

* Elon Musk says Starlink internet private beta to begin in roughly three months, public beta in six >>
* AWS launches Amazon AppFlow, its new SaaS integration service >>
* NASA Funds Project for Spacecraft That Make Make Their Own Landing Pads >>

* Hundreds of People Volunteer to Be Infected with Coronavirus >>
* CRISPR Gene Editing May Help Scale Up Coronavirus Testing >>
* Antimatter Discovery Reveals Clues about the Universe’s Beginning >>

* Preliminary test results suggest 21.2% of NYC residents have COVID antibodies >>
* Peloton-Beat Saber mashup turns my Oculus Quest into a sweat sponge >>
* Amazon allegedly used sellers’ data to make competing products >>

* Zoom Daily Users Surge To 300 Million Despite Privacy Woes >>
* Sensors woven into a shirt can monitor vital signs >>
* Fragility, resilience and restoration at TED2020: The Prequel >>

* Apple is reportedly developing a 12-core Arm chip for 2021 Macs >>
* Responding to crisis: IBM’s Jim Whitehurst plans to open-source lessons learned from pandemic >>
* How We Taught Artificial Intelligence to Sell >>

* When in Doubt: Hang Up, Look Up, & Call Back >>
* 2.5M credit card records belonging to transaction firm PAAY exposed online >>
* Hackers Trick 3 British Private Equity Firms Into Sending Them $1.3 Million >>

* Google’s new Android 11 Developer Preview 3 features improved debugging tools >>
* Why I Cringe When People Say Kubernetes Is the New Virtualization Layer >>
* Eurosport follows ESPN in airing an esports racing championship >>

* Samsung’s smartwatches get closer to offering blood pressure measurements, but there’s still a long way to go >>
* Bill Gates says countries will probably use interviews and databases to track the coronavirus >>
* The auto industry’s fight with the FCC over ‘vehicle-to-everything’ communication is heating up >>

* Nasas Plan To Turn The Iss Into A Quantum Laser Lab >>
* First version of Apple and Google’s contact tracing API should be available to developers next week >>
* Facebook’s $5.7 billion bet on Indian giant Jio spells trouble for Amazon and Flipkart >>

* AI can search satellite data to find plastic floating in the sea >>
* Brain implant lets man with paralysis move and feel with his hand >>
* Kim Jong Un’s Sister Could Replace Him If He Dies. Who Is Kim Yo Jong? >>

* Why does coronavirus kill more men than women? Researchers may have found an important clue. >>
* Google Cloud CEO says Istio will be handed to a foundation >>
* Pandemic Advertising Got Weird Fast >>

* Spit Works >>
* Driving digital change during a crisis: The chief digital officer and COVID-19 >>

* BCG vaccine being trialled as potential protection against covid-19 >>
* Researchers identify cells likely targeted by Covid-19 virus >>
* Purpose: Shifting from why to how >>

* US unemployment claims hit 26.4 million amid virus >>
* Verizon opens up about BlueJeans acquisition >>
* Network usage settles in during COVID-19 pandemic >>

* Quantum Communication Could Make U.S. Subs Even More Deadly >>
* Unleashing The Power of A Slackbot in an Agile Environment >>
* Learn More About AWS DevOps Architecture and Tools >>

* Without a single Covid-19 death, Vietnam starts easing its coronavirus lockdown >>
* Wuhan resident: A second wave is ‘absolutely’ coming >>
* Europe realizes social distancing is here to stay >>

* Slower-moving hurricanes will cause more devastation as world warms >>
* Filter coffee is GOOD for you: Study shows >>
* Verizon extends 15GB of additional mobile data through May >>

* Otter.ai’s newest feature offers live, interactive transcripts of your Zoom meetings >>
* Garbage Math >>
* Drones Flight Carry Covid Tests Labs Africa >>

* Doctors are using AI to triage covid-19 patients. The tools may be here to stay >>
* Bringing an Analytics Mindset to the Pandemic >>
* Education Is a Human Thing’—but Covid-19 Will Push It Online >>

* Why everyone you know is on Zoom >>
* These disease investigation specialists usually track down STDs. Now they’re doing COVID-19 contact tracing >>
* Novel Materials Could Help Terahertz Chips Deliver Data at Terabits-Per-Second Rates >>

* New Consortium Mobilizes Roboticists to Help With COVID-19 and Future Crises >>
* How Engineers Kept the Power On in India >>
* Andrej Karpathy Gives a Technical Update on Tesla Self Driving AI >>

* SpaceX launches 60 Starlink satellites, aces rocket landing in milestone flight >>
* Weekly Space Hangout: April 22, 2020 – Dr. Fred Watson talks Exploding Stars and Invisible Planets >>
* Coronavirus: A Global Emergency >>

* In the Future, AIs—Not Humans—Will Design Our Wireless Signals >>
* It’s Robot Versus Human as Shimon Performs Real-Time Rap Battles >>
* ‘Pope Simulator’ video game lets you live out your papal dreams by putting the player in the Pontiff’s robes >>

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* Coronavirus Generates Push for Broadband Infrastructure Upgrade >>
* Algorithms that continually invent both problems and solutions >>
* Economics of 5G & NYC’s Connectivity Master Plan >>
* Lenovo’s Mike Leach on the Role of the Workstation in Modern AI – Ep. 118 >>
* Radio Corona, Apr 23: would you get volunteer to get the coronavirus? >>
* JRE #1462 – KURT METZGER >>
* TED: “Am I dying?” The honest answer. >>
* TED: Does photographing a moment steal the experience from you? >>
* Upskilling Adapting Humans At The Speed of DevOps >>
* HBR: Onboarding Remotely (Bonus) >>
* Cultivating Resilience in a Pandemic >>

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