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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 October 2020

* Research finds coronavirus can survive on phone screens for 28 days >>
* Tesla’s ‘Full Self-Driving’ beta releases to some drivers on October 20th >>
* Split-Second ‘Phantom’ Images Can Fool Tesla’s Autopilot >>

* AI Can Help Diagnose Some Illnesses—If Your Country Is Rich >>
* What to expect from Apple’s iPhone 12 event >>
* Tracking the Trends: AI, WebRTC, Crypto, and Full Stack Startups >>

* A 12-Year-Old Kid Built a Working Nuclear Fusion Reactor (and Broke an Epic Record) >>
* TED: Watch livestream of Countdown Global Launch, a call to action on climate change >>
* TED: The Way We Work: 3 steps to stop remote work burnout >>

* Lilt CEO AI Spence Green Is Making More Information Accessible to More People – Ep. 130 >>
* China to test 9 million people as coronavirus cluster detected in city of Qingdao >>
* Last two British Airways Boeing 747s depart London Heathrow for the final time >>

* Orbital edge computing: nano satellite constellations as a new class of computer system >>
* How South Korea Is Experimenting With Universal Basic Income To Boost The Economy >>
* Samsung announces an even cheaper 5G phone >>

* Microsoft’s CEO is tired of working from home and he’s not alone >>
* Cornell researchers created an earphone that can track facial expressions >>
* Apple on designing the A14 Bionic for the iPad Air and beyond >>

* How Neural Networks Hallucinate Missing Pixels for Image Inpainting >>
* Slowest part of COVID tests ‘eliminated’ with Israeli single-molecule method >>

* In bid to whip Alzheimer’s, Israeli scientists use immune system to repair brain >>
* Hoping to outdo Trump’s ‘miracle cure,’ Israelis develop new antibody cocktail >>
* India naval shipbuilder debuts on stock market amid China’s rise >>

* Huawei’s base station teardown shows dependence on US-made parts >>
* Asia’s digital economy needs a clear global tax framework >>
* Nokia adds to 5G hype with $8T forecast >>

* New Trailers: The Stand, A Teacher, The Watch, The West Wing, and more >>
* Twilio to acquire Segment for $3.2B >>
* Cambridge researchers create VR software that allows scientists to ‘walk’ inside cells >>

* How Microsoft went from “Linux is a cancer.” to “Microsoft Loves Linux.” >>
* No, Microsoft is not rebasing Windows to Linux >>
* Zoom and gloom >>

* Bringing DevOps to SAP, With Basis Technologies >>
* DevOps For Cloud and Mainframes, ASG Technologies >>
* How To Escape a Submerged Car Using Science >>

* Spacecraft being readied for a one-way mission to deflect an asteroid >>
* How Artificial Neural Networks Paved the Way For A Dramatic New Theory of Dreams >>
* Watch a Jet Suit Pilot Glide Up a Mountain in a Test for Wilderness Paramedics >>
* Building the tech-enabled government of the future—a ‘Day 1’ list of common pitfalls >>

* Automate Your Container Deployments Securely >>
* Warp Speed Comparison >>
* Americans plan to stockpile food this fall over fears of COVID-19 surge, election unrest >>
* About 75,000 more Americans died from COVID-19 pandemic than reported in spring and summer, study finds >>

* Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation hearing: Day 1 >>
* 3D Printing Webinar and Virtual Event Roundup, October 11, 2020 >>
* This 4000º Plasma Lightsaber Is Extremely Dangerous And Extremely Fun >>

* Build vs. Buy Behavioral Email Platform for API Product Companies >>
* Bose Quietcomfort Earbuds Review: Noise-Canceling Champion >>
* LLVM 11.0 released, and Automation Anywhere’s Automation Anywhere Robotic Interface >>

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