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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 May 2020

* Facebook Sets Its Sights on E-Commerce – and India >>
* What Happens When Millions Stop Paying Their Credit Cards >>
* Nasa claims to have found parallel universe where time runs backwards >>

* Car wash for supermarket trolleys claims to leave them virus-free in 30 seconds >>
* Virgin Orbit sets first orbital launch for May 24 >>
* Trash app’s new features can create AI-edited music videos and more >>

* Australian poll finds 1 in 8 blame Bill Gates and 5G for coronavirus >>
* CloudBees expands its software delivery management platform with new integrations >>
* Dark web packed with offers to hack corporate networks >>

* Amazon launches food delivery service in India >>
* Swiss Startup Developing UV Disinfection Robot for Offices and Commercial Spaces >>
* Baidu’s AI Produces Short Videos in One Click >>

* Facebook Shows ‘Floating Windows’ Concept VR Workspace With Color Passthrough >>
* Nearly half of Twitter accounts pushing to reopen America may be bots >>
* Amazon reportedly delays Prime Day until September as it works to restore normal shipping >>

* NASA is Giving the SLS a “Green Run” to Prepare it for Launch in Late 2021 >>

* VMware Cloud on Dell EMC 2020 >>
* Breaking Analysis: RPA Gains Momentum in the Post COVID Era >>
* Robotic process automation adoption looks strong in a post-COVID world >>
* Planting a flag in hyperautomation, UiPath dominates the RPA convo at live event >>
* UiPath The Release Show: Post Event Analysis >>

* 2.4 Million New Jobless Claims Filed Last Week >>
* US jobless claims keep climbing to hit 38.6m since lockdowns began >>
* Many Jobs May Vanish Forever as Layoffs Mount >>
* Confidence Interval: If Trump Loses In 2020, He’ll Be The Nominee Again In 2024 >>

* Facebook to Shift Permanently Toward More Remote Work After Coronavirus >>
* Mark Zuckerberg On Taking His Massive Workforce Remote >>
* WFH Will Remain Crucial for Business Success, Even After the Pandemic Ends >>
* Facebook makes big remote work moves with plan for new hubs in Dallas, Denver and Atlanta >>
* Facebook’s Workplace, now with 5M paying users, adds drop-in video Rooms and more >>
* Facebook creates Workplace Rooms for professional video calls >>
* From Shanghai to Bangkok, office demand set to plummet >>

* Vivo explains the X50 Pro’s gimbal-like camera stabilization >>
* Stealing Secrets from Developers using Websockets >>
* FDA okays Israeli company’s AI to detect coronavirus in CT scans >>

* We’ve Never Seen an Exoplanet Form … Until Now >>
* Cabin-fever trading; post-pandemic housing projections; COVID drives digitization, and more >>
* An Amazon Programmer’s Perspective >>

* Students are failing AP tests because the College Board can’t handle iPhone photos >>
* Multi-Cloud Security Auditing Tool >>
* Guy Has A Jolly Good Time Cutting His Steak With A 1,000-Degree Red Hot Knife >>

* When Not to Do It Yourself >>
* DevOps-as-a-Service: Our Internal Solution >>
* Using Data Fabric and Kubernetes in Edge Computing >>

* Mobile Device Farms: To Build or Not to Build? >>
* An introduction to RabbitMQ – What is RabbitMQ? >>
* Everyone you know uses Zoom. That wasn’t the plan >>

* How The Spacex Crew Dragon Mission Could Shape The Future Of Commercial Space >>
* If US had started social distancing a week earlier, about 36,000 fewer people would have died, study says >>
* Covid-19 has taken a staggering toll on a whole generation in northern Italy >>

* The Podcasting World Is Now Spotify Versus Everybody Else >>
* Apple TV Plus is still looking for its big win >>
* A new artificial eye mimics and may outperform human eyes >>

* How the CFO enables the board’s success—during COVID-19 and beyond >>
* Ford Pauses Production After A Few Workers’ Positive Covid-19 Tests >>
* Modernizing technology in the service of the customer >>

* Modernizing technology in the service of the customer >>
* Quantum Computing Lecture Notes 2.0 >>
* Will online summer camp work? >>

* There really is a ‘thinness gene’ but unfortunately only 1% of us have it >>
* Human-like cyborg eye could power itself using sunlight >>

* Google says it will stop providing custom AI and machine learning tools to help fossil fuel companies operate their extraction operations >>

* A large moon might be hugging an object in the outer solar system >>

* What’s Coming to Netflix in June 2020 >>
* The Full Nerd ep. 140: Intel Core i9-10900K reviewed, AMD’s AM4 motherboard reversal >>

* Salesforce Commerce Cloud releases four quick-start pandemic business packs >>
* Netflix to start cancelling inactive customers’ subscriptions >>
* Machine-learning tool could help develop tougher materials >>

* How to Cope with That “Always-On” Feeling >>
* Amazon’s free-to-play shooter ‘Crucible’ is now available on Steam >>
* 6 CISOs share their game plans for a post-pandemic world >>

* DNS this week stands for Drowning Needed Services: Design flaw in name server system can be exploited to flood machines offline >>
* Slow, Steady Progress for Two U.S. Nuclear Power Projects >>
* Next-Gen Solar Cells Can Harvest Indoor Lighting for IoT Devices >>

* Thursday May 21, 2020 Mumble Ventriloquists >>

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