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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 June 2020

* Amazon to Buy Zoox, in a Move Toward Self-Driving Cars >>
* What WWDC’s announcements mean for the future of the Mac >>
* Video Friday: Skydio 2 Drone Is Back on Sale, Gets Major Software Update >>

* Trump’s freeze on new visas could threaten US dominance in AI >>
* Human rights activists want to use AI to help prove war crimes in court >>

* Covid-19 cases hit new records in US states >>
* White House Considering Broad Intervention to Secure 5G Future >>
* Trump Asks Supreme Court to Invalidate Affordable Care >>
* U.S. Stocks Tumble in Early Trading >>
* What Trump’s Immigration Restrictions Could Mean for Economy >>
* Measures to protect Trump from coronavirus scale up, even as he seeks to move on >>

* Amazon Shakes Up the Race for Self-Driving—and Ride-Hailing >>
* Big fintech goes global; Behind the Hertz stock snafu, and more >>

* Tim O’Reilly makes a persuasive case for why venture capital is starting to do more harm than good >>
* Ep102: A More Holistic Approach to Cloud Security, with John Heintz >>
* How Linedata Streamlined CI/CD and Optimized AWS Cloud Spend >>

* Controlling Cloud Costs with HashiCorp Terraform >>
* JRE #1498 – JON STEWART >>
* Working With Files In Python >>

* AWS CodePipeline: Setup And Maintenance From Scratch >>
* Entering a Building May Soon Involve a Thermal Scan and Facial Recognition >>
* Open Application Model: Build the Next Generation of Cloud Native Applications >>

* Apple’s Virtual WWDC Wasn’t Better Than the Real Thing >>
* Virtual Conferences Mean All-Access—Except When They Don’t >>
* Virtual activists >>

* Lumina Power Panel | CUBE Conversations, June 2020 >>
* Joep Piscaer, TLA Tech | Cloud Native Insights >>
* Silurian Hypothesis: Were There Industrial Civilizations on Earth before Humans? >>

* Bill Gates says the U.S. is ‘not even close’ to doing enough to fight COVID-19 >>
* 5G protest movement keeps marching on >>
* Clearing up my view of the telco cloud >>

* Japan auto companies triple Mexican pay rather than move to US >>
* Nano-engineered pomegranate oil holds hope for brain disease, study shows >>
* US tech firm Nvidia teams up with Mercedes-Benz in self-driving car push >>
* World’s fastest supercomputer in Japan researches spread and treatment of Covid-19 >>

* Contact tracing – the privacy vs urgency dilemma for governments in the fight against Covid-19 >>
* Microsoft is closing all of its retail stores for good >>
* Amazon’s ‘The Boys’ returns September 4th with weekly episode releases >>
* Old Drugs Could Reveal a New Way to Attack the Coronavirus >>

* Coronavirus: Florida and Texas reverse reopening as infections surge >>
* 2degrees to experiment with a three-day-a-week work-from-home model >>
* Could empty office space solve New Zealand’s housing problem? >>
* How US companies are planning for a safe return to the workplace >>
* Communications get personal: How leaders can engage employees during a return to work >>
* Power and people: How utilities can adapt to the next normal >>
* Ready, set, go: Reinventing the organization for speed in the post-COVID-19 era >>
* Meet features help engage students and moderate classes >>

* Brazil signs deal to produce experimental Covid-19 vaccine >>
* Skyrocketing infections and an impending second wave of shutdowns >>

* The New Stack: What ‘Open Source’ Means for the GitHub Generation >>
* How Data Helps Modernize Monolithic VMware Applications >>
* Open Application Model: Build the Next Generation of Cloud Native Applications >>
* Another Collection of Newly Forming Planetary Systems. This Time from the Gemini Planet Imager >>

* Do We Now Understand Why the Moon’s Near and Far Sides Look So Dramatically Different? >>
* Learning to Live Sustainably on the Red Planet: Habitat Mars >>
* NASA Changes its Mind. It Will be Using Previously Flown Crew Dragons and Falcon 9 >>
* Weekly Space Hangout: June 24, 2020 — Elizabeth Howell & Nicholas Booth, The Search for Life on Mars >>
* Steven Howe Breakthroughs for Antimatter Production and Storage >>

* Conversations on capitalism and climate change: Week 6 of TED2020 >>
* A supermassive black hole lit up a collision of two smaller black holes >>
* Ali Jadbabaie named head of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering >>
* Biology community holds daylong program to address diversity and inclusion >>
* CRISPR Gene Editing In Human Embryos Wreaks Chromosomal Mayhem >>

* Helping partners scale connected TV monetization >>
* Prepare for the U.S. and China to Decouple >>
* TuSimple seeking $250 million in new funding to scale self-driving trucks >>

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