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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 July 2020

* Watch big tech’s CEOs tangle with Congress on antitrust issues and more >>
* What to Watch for in Congress’ Big Tech CEO Hearing >>
* Tech giants Facebook, Google, Apple and Amazon to face Congress >>
* Elon Musk calls for ‘break up’ of Amazon >>
* Bill Gates to Elon Musk’s comments: Stick with electric cars and rockets >>
* Google’s business model ‘is the problem,’ David Cicilline says >>
* Zuckerberg Goes Off-Script, Blasts Apple and Google in Testimony >>
* TikTok CEO Blasts Zuckerberg Attacks ‘Disguised as Patriotism’ >>
* Amazon Is Jeff Bezos >>
* Big tech CEOs release opening statements before antitrust hearing >>

* What makes a relationship successful? AI reveals sexual satisfaction and commitment >>
* Space sunblock made from SKIN pigment could shield astronauts from lethal doses of radiation while traveling to Mars >>
* Google reportedly looking to take back control of Android from Samsung >>
* The Age of Mass Surveillance Will Not Last Forever >>
* Study finds higher end of normal blood platelet count could indicate cancer>>

* Space Camp needs to raise $1.5 million to survive the pandemic >>
* China Is What Orwell Feared >>
* Sarah Gilbert on how her team is making the Oxford coronavirus vaccine >>

* China now accounts for nearly one-quarter of Tesla revenue >>

* Remotely Operated Robot Takes Straight Razor to Face of Brave Roboticist >>
* Vitamin D deficiency may increase Covid-19 risk: Study >>
* Is edge computing the cure to videoconferencing’s latency woes? >>

* Two Asian pharmas hold key for global supply of Oxford vaccine >>
* A neural network that spots similarities between programs could help computers code themselves >>
* Smartphone usage patterns can reveal your personality type: Research >>

* This is What an Air-Breathing Electric Thruster’s Intake Would Look Like >>
* India freezes out Chinese companies from government bidding >>
* Critical GRUB2 Bootloader Bug Affects Billions of Linux and Windows Systems >>

* Israeli startup StoreDot unveils ultra-fast charging batteries for drones >>
* Teaching GPT-3 to Identify Nonsense >>
* Machine Inferred Code Similarity system developed to democratize software development >>
* Trump undermines his pandemic response with more misinformation and self-obsession >>

* JSON Schema Store >>
* How China used censorship to hide the coronavirus truth >>

* Podcast: What’s the story with cablecos? >>
* Alcohol delivery service Drizly confirms data breach >>
* Not a great match: Israel researchers find hacking flaws in OkCupid dating app >>
* Autonomous Robots Rule: Largest Rollout in Grocery Industry >>

* Leverage AI to optimize customer service outcomes >>
* What Would Happen If You Dropped A Needle Going The Speed Of Light On To The Surface Of Earth? >>
* Unexpected Influence of Cosmic Rays on DNA >>
* NASA’s new Mars rover is bristling with tech made to find signs of alien life >>

* Some scientists are taking a DIY coronavirus vaccine, and nobody knows if it’s legal or if it works >>
* Retailers and landlords do battle over the future of leases >>
* This Machine Could Explore Hell for NASA >>
* The World’s Largest Fusion Reactor Finally Begins Assembly >>
* A U.S. Army M1A2 Abrams Tank Accidentally Shot a Friendly Tank >>

* Accelerating DevOps in Azure Environments With Office 365 >>
* Image Scanning Best Practices for Containers and Kubernetes >>
* CyberArk launches open-source Shadow Admin identification tool for Azure and AWS >>
* Juniper intros AI troubleshooting tools to automate more network operations >>
* Io-Tahoe Smart Data Lifecycle CrowdChat | Digital >>
* Trump Calls for Rescue Package to Avert Evictions >>

* Huawei preps for UK vanishing act with no-show at govt. hearing >>
* Unlock 3.0 guidelines: Here is what’s allowed, what’s not >>
* Azure Event Hubs: Role Based Access Control (RBAC) in action >>

* Americans visit Immigration NZ website every 30 seconds, tens of thousands consider shift to virus-free NZ >>
* Chairman of Volkswagen Predicts Mobility Company Will Be Most Valuable in 5-10 Years >>
* Dilbert: Wednesday July 29, 2020: Bad Judge Of Character >>

* Intel’s Long Decline and Losing the Future Desktop Chip Battle >>
* With 5G Rollout Lagging, Research Looks Ahead to 6G >>
* iRobot’s New Education Robot Makes Learning to Code a Little More Affordable >>
* Power Grids Should Be as Data Driven as the Internet >>

* New Study Shows Why Bicycles Are The Future >>
* BT: ‘Because of the existing underlying supply of the 4G equipment, most of our 5G (NSA) so far is with Huawei’ >>
* Chinese ambassador to UK threatens to withdraw Huawei, £3bn investment if comms giant banned from building 5G >>

* Have you ever wondered whether your public cloud security should be software-defined? >>
* A Cyberattack on Garmin Disrupted More Than Workouts >>
* After India and US, Japan looks to ban TikTok and other Chinese apps >>

* Elon Musk says Tesla is open to licensing Autopilot, supplying powertrains and batteries to other automakers >>
* Golden Rule, Software History, Videochat History, and AI Product Management >>
* How covid-19 conspiracy videos keep getting millions of views >>
* Cove neckband vibrates behind your ears to reduce stress >>
* $100 million .. doctor-on-demand service >>

* IN MACHINES WE TRUST: A podcast about the automation of everything >>
* Mad Scientists Revive 100-Million-Year-Old Microbes >>
* What to Do If Your Boss Doesn’t Like You >>

* Where is voice tech going? >>
* Bringing Mars Rocks to Earth: Our Greatest Interplanetary Circus Act >>
* Weak mussels: Decreased iron levels in seawater due to climate change make the molluscs loosen their grip on rocks, study shows >>

* NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover and Ingenuity helicopter set to launch >>

* Leverage AI to optimize customer service outcomes >>
* Google One now offers free phone backups up to 15GB on Android and iOS >>

* Walmart launches its own voice assistant, ‘Ask Sam,’ initially for employee use >>
* Researchers unlock new insights that could help with vaccine development >>

* Pizza Hut considers insolvency as Covid-19 crisis threatens jobs >>
* Randomness theory could hold key to internet security >>
* Deep learning algorithm identifies tumor subtypes based on routine histological images >>
* Billionaire Mark Cuban says stock-market tech rally ‘very similar’ to tech bubble: ‘My 19 year-old niece is asking me what stocks’ she should buy >>

* Machine learning predicts satisfaction in romantic relationships >>
* Mac OS 8 emulator brings the late ’90s to your modern PC >>
* Dollface: Kat Dennings on her latest comedy, Margot Robbie and the pandemic >>
* COVID-19’s staggering economic impact forces deep macro policy rethink >>

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