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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 June 2020

* CERN Makes Bold Push to Build $23-Billion Super Collider >>
* Podcast: PlayStation 5 details and hesitation over facial recognition >>
* Apple WWDC 2020: iOS 14, ARM Macs, hardware rumors, and what else to expect >>

* The New Stack Context: Splunk on Removing the Term ‘Whitelist’ from Its Software >>
* How to watch Apple’s WWDC 2020 event >>
* How the semiconductor industry can emerge stronger after the COVID-19 crisis >>

* The telltale signs of successful digital deals >>
* Decisions – Plan, organize and run successful meetings, all within Microsoft Teams >>
* Oracle’s BlueKai Tracks You Across the Web. That Data Spilled Online >>

* Automated peach sniffers, orbital opportunity and AI accessibility >>
* Sony’s Aibo robot will now greet you at the front door >>
* Time’s Up for Toxic Workplaces >>
* Will ‘ship, then fix’ become obsolete in the next normal? >>

* Mini brains grown from human stem cells containing Neanderthal DNA could shed light on how our ancient ancestors’ genes have influenced the development of our species >>
* The World Doesn’t Need a New, Gigantic Particle Collider >>
* Could developing renewable energy micro-grids make Energicity Africa’s utility of the future? >>
* Millennials get their revenge on the Boomers >>

* Detecting fraud in heterogeneous networks using Amazon SageMaker and Deep Graph Library >>
* ISO Paper Size Golden Spiral >>
* AI recreates the painting techniques of famous artists >>
* Comcast’s public WiFi hotspots will remain free for the rest of 2020 >>

* Ford’s Mustang Mach-E uses the cloud to predict range more precisely >>
* OpenAI’s New Text Generator Writes Even More Like a Human >>

* Deutsche Telekom sets out world-domination plan >>
* How to add holidays to your Microsoft Outlook calendar and keep your schedule up-to-date >>
* Creating a front-end for Lambda functions (Getting started with AWS Lambda, part 9) >>
* Why neutrinos are the strangest particles in the Standard Model >>

* Oil Cracks $40 a Barrel >>
* Stocks Waver as Apple Closes Stores >>
* AI Will Eliminate Most Human Jobs by 2030 >>
* Why It’s Very Difficult to Create AI-Based Slow Motion >>
* These are the top 10 mistakes organizations make with their cloud strategies >>

* Amazon and Reliance eye stake in India retail pioneer Future Group >>
* Fast-acting Thailand and South Korea hold key to dodging ‘second wave’ >>
* Labor shortage looms as India’s migrant workers stay at home >>
* Argentine researchers develop therapeutic serum to treat Covid-19 patients >>
* Israeli doctors to blast bacteria into orbit, readying for space-based medicine >>
* Israeli scientists develop self-disinfecting face mask >>
* Agonizing over whether to take COVID-19 test? Soon your phone will tell you >>

* Indonesia 5G: Too many operators, not enough spectrum >>
* With its shiftiness on jobs, T-Mobile’s ‘Uncarrier’ image is wearing thin >>
* Haystack News moves streaming needle as consumers flock to local news >>
* Oracle’s BlueKai tracks you across the web. That data spilled online >>

* Apple’S App Store Fees Are ‘Highway Robbery,’ Says House Antitrust Committee Chair >>
* New trailers: Candyman, Palm Springs, Cursed, and more >>
* You can help a Mars Rover’s AI learn to tell rocks from dirt >>
* You May Have Antibodies After Coronavirus Infection. But Not for Long. >>
* Rise of measles linked with emergence of large cities 2500 years ago >>

* What to expect from Apple’s WWDC 2020 >>
* The global AI agenda: The Middle East and Africa >>
* MIT and Toyota release innovative dataset to accelerate autonomous driving research >>
* Implement DevSecOps to transform your business to IT-as-code >>
* Security Scanner, Quoteback, Online Events, and Proxy Scrapers >>
* It’s not just about e-mail, stupid >>

* They Want to Sell Balloon Rides 19 Miles Up. Haven’t We Heard This Before? >>
* Can Sensors That Detect Coronavirus in the Air Help Economies Reopen Safely? >>
* New Microsatellite Will Focus on Industrial Methane Emissions >>
* The Internet of Things Has a Consent Problem >>
* Why Sweat Will Power Your Next Wearable >>

* Conversations on the future of vaccines, tech, government and art: Week 5 of TED2020 >>
* A robot sloth will (very slowly) survey endangered species >>
* Construction Begins On World’s Biggest Liquid Air Battery >>
* Introduction to Network Architecture in AWS Cloud Deployment >>

* Video Friday: Harmonic Bionics Demonstrates Robotic Rehabilitation Exoskeleton >>
* Skin Cream Provides Special Ingredient for Non-Flammable Electrolyte in Li-ion Batteries >>
* Quickly Embed AI Into Your Projects With Nvidia’s Jetson Nano >>
* Preventing Coronavirus Transmission With 3D-Printed Gadgets >>
* Astronomers Estimate There Are 6 Billion Earth-Like Planets in the Milky Way >>

* Discussions in Digital: Surveying the brand-building landscape >>
* Unique material design for brain-like computations >>
* Marijuana with greater amounts of THC may not actually get users higher, as study finds smokers reported the same intoxication levels regardless of cannabis strength >>

* X-ray telescope reveals new map of the universe with more than one MILLION cosmic objects including spectacular supernova remnants and black holes >>
* Slow-motion footage captures an Apple Watch Series 5 ‘coughing’ out droplets of water in bursts through the device’s speaker >>
* Loneliness alters how your brain represents relationships making you feel more disconnected from other people, study shows >>
* Denon rolls out the first 8K-ready receivers with its 2020 X-Series >>

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