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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 4 September 2020

* SpaceX Hops Starship SN6 to 150 Meters >>
* Alphabet’s DeepMind details new AI prediction tech in Google Maps >>
* Watch David Blaine Soar 25,000 Feet Into The Sky Using Nothing But Helium Balloons >>

* What’s TikTok Without Its Core Algorithm? >>
* Pixel Perfect: Topaz Labs CTO Albert Yang Brings AI to Photography – Ep. 126 >>
* NASA just fired up the most powerful rocket booster ever built 3 million pounds of thrust >>
* Elon Musk Says Settlers Will Likely Die on Mars. He’s Right. >>

* Starlink internet private beta underway, showing low latency and speeds over 100Mbps >>
* Asphalt on roads may soon be greater source of air pollution than cars >>
* How AWS and CircleCI Optimize Development Pipelines, Featuring Netguru >>

* In Israeli-Italian venture, tiny satellite launches into space >>
* YouTube TV adds NFL Network to its core lineup >>

* This Tiny Nuclear Reactor Will Change Energy—and Now It’s Officially Safe >>
* Burger King is designing ‘touchless’ restaurants for the COVID-19 era >>
* PerimeterX’s cloud native approach signals the rise of serverless security >>
* How Long It Would Take A Hacker To Guess Your Password, Visualized >>

* Physicists Create City-Sized Ultrasecure Quantum Network >>
* Why Dynamic NF Placement Is Key to Successful 5G >>

* 5G enterprise market to be worth $31.4B by 2027 – report >>
* 5G could transform network operators into IT companies >>
* Amazon, Verizon may invest in India’s Vodafone Idea >>

* Skylum announces LuminarAI, an AI-powered app designed to change how you edit photos >>
* Automatic SSL Certificates for internal IP’s for home microk8s setup using LetsEncrypt >>
* Will the US cable industry supercharge open RAN? >>
* Apple introduces ‘offer codes’ to entice app users with free and discounted subscriptions >>

* Why NYC Delayed Reopening Schools >>
* SpaceX successfully launches 60 more of its Starlink high-speed broadband internet satellites >>
* The new contender to GANs: score matching with Langevin Sampling >>

* HN: Slapdash (YC W19) – A uniform, low-latency interface for cloud apps >>
* Alexa for Residential lets landlords create smart apartments >>
* Big Tech is Suing the Patent Office >>

* US shares slide 3.5% as tech stocks go into sharp reverse >>
* Inside China’s unexpected quest to protect data privacy >>
* Digital gardens let you cultivate your own little bit of the internet >>

* iProov launches world’s first global threat intelligence system for biometric assurance >>
* Each LED in the new Philips Hue lightstrip can match different colors on your TV >>

* Qualcomm promises better AI for its next Snapdragon PC chip >>
* Qualcomm’s 8cx Gen 2 5G processor promises a new wave of better ARM-based laptops >>

* Left behind because of Covid-19, a tiny dog travels 10,000 miles to rejoin her owners >>
* Japan Coast Guard searches for missing ship with 43 sailors and 5,800 cows aboard >>

* (Live) Webinar – XDR and Beyond with Autonomous Breach Protection >>
* Daikin gives drones a whirl to slash plant inspection times >>
* Modi calls for supply chains based on ‘trust,’ as alternative to China >>
* Central bankers need to overhaul outdated thinking on labor markets >>

* How to transfer your Google Authenticator 2FA to a new phone >>
* Europe pushed the limit of how far to reopen. Now it may be too late to prevent a second virus wave >>
* Lightning-fast atomic hand >>

* 3D Laser printing in color: Plasmonic seasoning with nanosilver >>
* Secure quantum communications network is the largest of its kind >>

* Elon Musk’s Pig-Brain Implant Is Still a Long Way from ‘Solving Paralysis’ >>
* Apple invests in world’s largest onshore wind turbines in Denmark >>
* What happens when public SaaS companies don’t meet heightened investor expectations? >>
* What Does Building a Fair AI Really Entail? >>
* Vava 4K short-throw projector review: Home theater on a relative budget >>

* Russia May Force Apple To Reduce Its App Store Tax To 20% >>
* Our world has hit an inflection point >>
* Mt Ruapehu latest struck by cyber attacks >>
* Marketing in the Age of Resistance >>

* India Bans 118 Chinese Apps as Indian Soldier Is Killed on Disputed Border >>
* Hardware-aware approach for fault-tolerant quantum computation >>
* Dark energy located in intergalactic voids, predicts new study >>

* CDC Tells States to Prepare to Distribute Vaccines By November 1, 2020 and Maybe End of October >>
* These Black Holes Shouldn’t Exist, but There They Are >>

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