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* Facebook’s AI teams are teaching robots to perceive the world through touch >>
* Google’s AI-Powered Camera Is Built to Better Convey Darker Skin Tones >>
* What could disrupt Amazon? >> >>

* Is Meta’s Metaverse really what the world needs right now? >>
* DEAR VERGECAST FANS, THANK YOU: It’s been 10 years! You’re still here >>

* Meet Chaos: The World’s First ‘Ultracar’ With a Staggering 3,000-HP Output >>
* High-Intensity Workouts Could Slow Down Your Aging By Almost A Decade >>
* The Race Is On to Develop a Vaccine Against Every Coronavirus >>

* Over 5 million people have died of COVID-19 worldwide >>
* Elon Musk offers to sell Tesla stock, if UN can show how $6 billion would solve world hunger >>
* Elon Musk’s Lessons In Business Scaling >>

* How Conscious Communication Can Change Your Game | Jem Fuller | TEDx >>
* Amazon’s Project Kuiper wants to launch two prototype satellites by the end of next year >>
* The Metaverse, The Multiverse, And The End Of Your Free Time >>

* This AI Creates Videos From a Couple of Images >>
* The Future Of Ai Is A Conversation With A Computer >>
* The Smartphone, Circa 2031 >>
* Public Transportation Can Save The World — If We Let It >>
* SOCIAL MEDIA VS. THE WORLD What comes after deplatforming? >>

* Three Australian children in hospital after trying ‘Squid Game’ TikTok trend >>
* CCC wants all Android devices to have dedicated screen for choosing search engines >>
* How to go hybrid: The right recipe for mixing on-prem and cloud computing >>

* TikTok’s owner is pushing back against China’s notorious ‘996’ work culture by telling staff to log off by 7pm, reports say >>
* The Great Resignation Misses the Point >>
* Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella Says ‘New Norms’ Needed as ‘Real Structural Changes’ Rock Workplaces >>
* Remote-first work is taking over the rich world >>

* How Venture Capitalists Think Crypto Will Reshape Commerce >>
* Latest military robots at U.S. 2021 | Boston Dynamics News >>

* Neuron Bursts Can Mimic a Famous AI Learning Strategy >>
* Security AI is the next big thing >>
* Medical digital twins secure COVID-19 data >>

* New Trailers: The Wheel of Time, The Witcher, Lightyear, House of Gucci, and more >>
* How did India beat covid-19? >>
* Dilbert: Bumper Sticker Wisdom >>

* Stage is set for a battle over the next phase of capitalism >>
* India sets target of net zero by 2070 >>
* Xi Jinping makes no major climate pledges in written Cop26 address >>
* Sky calls for climate action from TV firms, despite CEO’s private jet use >>
* The issues that stand in the way of progress >>
* G20 ends as world leaders recognize importance of action against the climate crisis, but fail to give concrete goals >>
* G20 deal raises the minimum tax rate for big tech companies >>
* See what three degrees of global warming looks like | The Economist >>

* Software-Defined Vehicle >>
* Meet Facebook’s metaverse competitors >>
* Coca-Cola is stepping up its rivalry with Gatorade >>

* SpaceX’s Starlink forms India subsidiary, aims to deploy 200,000 active terminals by 2022 >>
* Animal Evolution: Fossil Discovery Hints First Animals Lived Nearly 900 Million Years Ago >>
* Solar and wind aren’t enough >>

* How Self-Forming Teams Can Change the World | Sybol Cook Anderson | TEDx >>
* Why Science Fiction and Fantasy is Important for your Life | Chuck Adler | TEDx >>
* Creative and innovative thinking | Daniel Cole | TEDx >>
* The best gift for future generations is water | Vivian Hao | TEDx >>
* Save our planet, save our future | Quintin Liu | TEDx >>
* How educating girls can tackle the climate crisis | Annie Zhao | TEDx >>
* The Way We Work: 3 rules to help you build a successful business >>

* Travel Disruption as American Airlines Cancels Flights >>
* On its second anniversary, Apple TV+ is in a good place >>
* Apple’s iPad marketshare growing in declining tablet market >>

* Why McDonald’s looks sleek and boring now >>
* Mysterious ‘black hole’ spotted on Google maps >>
* McDonalds Partners With IBM to Automate Drive-Thru Work >>

* US Navy Has Successfully Tested A Rocket Booster for Its Hypersonic Missile >>
* Singapore Airlines launches ‘We Look Forward to Seeing You in the Air Again’ ad campaign >>
* Fastest-growing company in New Zealand gives staff $10,000 each >>

* Tomorrow’s Build: Road Building is Damaging Our Planet. Here’s How We Fix It. >>
* What are robot dogs actually being used for? >>

* MIT-4. Cognitive Neuroscience Methods >>
* Google Tau VMs, data ingestion support, & more! >>
* Aligning portfolios with climate goals: A new approach for financial institutions >>

* Author Talks: Paul Polman on business as a force for good >>
* Doctor Who: Flux, episode 1 review: Whittaker’s long goodbye has begun and it was bafflingly hectic >>

* Why we need to get serious about solving the space junk problem >>
* What’s next now Tesla is worth a trillion dollars? >>
* ‘5D’ storage could fit 500TB on a CD-sized glass disc >>

* Why You Should Repeat Yourself, A Lot >>
* TEDxBeaconStreet: What we’ll learn about the brain in the next century >>
* The Climate Crisis and Pandemics: A Common Solution | Nigel Sizer | TEDx >>

* Best Practices for Secure Infrastructure as Code Initiatives >>
* SaaSkit enables you to create a SaaS App or API in minutes, with only a few lines of code >>
* Securing Your Software Development Pipelines >>
* Improving Resiliency by Creating Chaos >>
* Securing cloud-native applications >>
* New ‘Trojan Source’ Technique Lets Hackers Hide Vulnerabilities in Source Code >>
* Securing SaaS Apps — CASB vs. SSPM >>
* A guide to cloud-native security tools >>
* Bash functions are better than I thought >>

* How Many Giant Balloons Can A Single Dart Go Through? >>
* Facebook researchers build better skin and fingertips for softer, more sensitive robots >>
* One of Facebook’s first moves as Meta: Teaching robots to touch and feel >>

* A single covid case has stopped the magic at Shanghai’s Disneyland >>
Facebook’s metaverse competitors
* Sunday assorted links >>
* Why America is Experimenting With ‘Postal Banking’ >>
* Oracle’s JDK 17 – Free Again for Commercial Use >>

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