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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 05 May 2020

* From surviving to thriving: Reimagining the post-COVID-19 return >>
* Malaria ‘completely stopped’ by microbe >>
* Airbus to deploy ‘game-changing’ bomb-sniffing sensors at airports >>

* Westfield owner rolls out drive-thru click and collect service for malls >>
* NYC will use powerful ultraviolet lamps to kill the coronavirus on subways and buses >>
* Hong Kong Airport shows off new full-body disinfectant booths and cleaning robots >>

* Copy and paste the real world with your phone using augmented reality >>
* In The Age Of Coronavirus, How Doctors Are Becoming Inventors >>
* Let housing rise from the empty offices and malls >>

* Supreme Court launches streaming service >>
* Singapore to require smartphone check-ins at all businesses and will log visitors’ national identity numbers >>
* India makes contact-tracing app compulsory in viral hot zones >>

* Breaking Analysis: IBM’s Future Rests on its Innovation Agenda >>
* No Prom. No Graduation. Now, No School. >>
* Equity Monday: Intel covets Moovit, two early stage rounds, and Uber’s earnings >>

* Trump Administration Claims Virus Came from Wuhan Lab >>
* A Month In, How’s Quibi Doing? >>
* Joanna Stern’s Tech Tips of the Week >>

* Tracking covid-19 excess deaths across countries >>
* New AI enables teachers to rapidly develop intelligent tutoring systems >>
* Beyond coronavirus: The road ahead for the automotive aftermarket >>

* AWS launches the $995 Elemental Link for streaming video to its cloud >>
* How SpaceX’s Starship became NASA’s ace in the hole to get to the moon by 2024 >>
* Leaders Are Crying on the Job. Maybe That’s a Good Thing. >>

* The Pandemic May Mean the End of the Open-Floor Office >>
* Hackers Breach LineageOS, Ghost, DigiCert Servers Using SaltStack Vulnerability >>
* New Malware Jumps Air-Gapped Devices by Turning Power-Supplies into Speakers >>

* Starting a New Job — Remotely >>
* Amazon, Flipkart, Ola and Uber begin to resume their services in India >>
* SpaceX Starship Will Be Modified for Human Landings on the Moon >>

* Conversational AI means better bots, not just call center job cuts – CSG >>
* As Nokia bolsters 5G spend, other R&D is suffering >>
* GE cuts 10,000 more aviation jobs >>
* Coronavirus: High-schoolers take their proms online >>

* This Week in Programming: In Search of the Virtual Conference Stack >>
* Cloud Security in a Distributed DevOps World: A Virtual Pancake Breakfast >>
* What I’ve been reading >>

* In the Race for a Coronavirus Vaccine, We Must Go Big >>
* Coronavirus: World leaders pledge billions for vaccine fight >>

* Backblaze B2 Cloud Storage Now Has S3 Compatible APIs >>
* ShuttleOps Announces New No-Code CI/CD Solution Powered by Chef, Docker & HashiCorp >>

* Amazon VP quits over company firing COVID-19 whistleblowers >>
* Bye, Amazon >>

* TED: A global pandemic calls for global solutions >>
* TED: Crisis support for the world, one text away >>
* Upskilling: Adapting Humans At The Speed of DevOps >>
* Your Code Isn’t Static Your Processes Shouldn’t be Either >>

* Toshiba’s new shift: fewer days, less commuting, longer hours >>
* Southeast Asia rail projects stall as China focuses on recovery >>
* How Israel’s poop may help prevent second coronavirus wave >>

* The reopening gamble: Set your timer for three weeks >>
* US Daily death toll could hit 3,000 on June 1 >>
* Biggest failure in a generation: Where did Britain go wrong? >>
* Europe is in a new phase of reopening, but it’s hardly a return to normal >>
* Coronavirus: US Government report predicts 200,000 Covid-19 cases a day >>

* Monday May 04, 2020 Elbonian Spy >>
* A small asteroid the size of a bus will fly safely by Earth today >>

* The evolution of home fitness >>
* Taika Waititi will direct and co-write a new Star Wars movie >>
* HOLY CRAP: Gigantic Crane Fails, Folds In Half Like It’s Made Of Rubber >>

* Rocket Lab founder: don’t spend money on obsolete jobs >>
* Tuning in, turning outward: Cultivating compassionate leadership in a crisis >>
* The Covid-19 Riddle: Why Does the Virus Wallop Some Places and Spare Others? >>

* Red light could be used to precisely target rheumatoid arthritis drugs >>
* Your Organization Needs a Proprietary Data Strategy >>
* Uber Eats exits seven markets, transfers one as part of competitive retooling >>

* Stop Zoning Out in Zoom Meetings >>
* India’s biggest mobile carrier left COVID-19 self-test data unsecured >>
* Apple and Google release sample code, UI and detailed policies for COVID-19 exposure-notification apps >>

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