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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 November 2021

* Startup has built a record-breaking 256-qubit quantum computer >>
* Microsoft reorgs its cloud business, creates new Strategic Missions and Technologies team >>
* Telstra to take measured approach to entering energy market in 2022 >>

* Anti-satellite weapons: Will further tests make space more dangerous? >>
* China is eyeing the metaverse as the next internet battleground >>
* Google Maps grocery pickup feature expands to 2,000 US stores >>

* Will the metaverse lead cable’s ’10G Challenge’? >>
* Investors Hung Their Hats on Peloton and Zoom Last Year. What Now? >>
* Boeing’s 777X performs a vertical takeoff! (Watch it here) >>

* Apple will allow customers to repair iPhones and Macs in 2022 >>
* The end of “click to subscribe, call to cancel”? One of the news industry’s favorite retention tactics is illegal, FTC says >>
* AI Can Now Model the Molecular Machines That Govern All Life >>

* NASA, SpaceX’s plan to land humans on the moon could be delayed ‘several years’ after 2024, the space agency’s watchdog says >>
* AI predicts which mammals are most likely to spread covid-19 >>
* TED: Countdown Summit An ever-evolving map of everything on Earth >>

* I bought a half-kilowatt of solar energy for $9 in under 10 minutes >>
* Researchers Successfully Used Iodine to Power a Satellite in Space >>
* UN Responds to Elon Musk’s Terms for Donating $6 Billion To Solve World Hunger >>

* ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ leaves Netflix ahead of its new season: International fans have to wait for Paramount+ >>
* Amazon says it will stop accepting Visa credit cards in the UK >>
* A new Simulation of the Universe Contains 60 Trillion Particles, the Most Ever >>

* B1M: The True Scale of the World’s Biggest Stadiums >>
* POD: Coaching Real Leaders: How Can I Lead Authentically? >>
* POD: Exponential View: The AI Revolution is Just Beginning (with Nathan Benaich and Ian Hogarth) >>

* The Next Generation Very Large Array Would be 263 Radio Telescopes Spread Across North America >>
* Machine learning inference at scale using AWS serverless >>
* Australia prioritises 63 critical technologies including quantum and blockchain >>
* What Europe’s new covid surge means—and what it doesn’t >>

* How Web3 is democratizing revenue for the HTML5 game space >>
* Who is building the future of work? >>
* BMW uses Nvidia’s Omniverse to build state-of-the-art factories >>
* Palo Alto Networks unveils ML-powered cloud security platform >>

* Azure Container Apps: Do We Need Yet Another Managed Container Service? >>
* The surprising truth about re-platforming databases to public cloud >>

* Hackers Targeting Myanmar Use Domain Fronting to Hide Malicious Activities >>
* U.S., U.K. and Australia Warn of Iranian Hackers Exploiting Microsoft, Fortinet Flaws >>
* Blockchain Networks and the Human Factor: How to Know Whether They’re Accessible >>
* Bill Gates’ TerraPower Will Set Up a $4 Billion Nuclear Plant in Wyoming >>

* Making the most of the 6GHz spectrum band: Light Reading Podcasts >>
* Here’s how AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile are fighting SIM swaps >>
* Open RAN cranked up the hype with RIC, a renamed, real-time SON >>
* The future of fiber optic innovation: Part I >>

* Taylor Swift’s Push to Change Music Ownership >>
* Electric cars alone won’t save the planet. We’ll need to design cities so people can walk and cycle safely >>
* AI Trends For 2022 – How Will AI Affect You? >>
* Conquering Earth’s Evil Sister: What Would It Take to Make Venus Our Home? >>

* A New Electronic Warfare System Can Take Down Several Threats at Once >>
* The discreet charm of nuclear power >>
* MacKenzie Scott is shaking up the world of giving >>

* Observability-as-Code: Go Faster with Automation Using Terraform and Splunk >>
* End-to-End Data Management on Kubernetes with MinIO and RedHat OpenShift >>
* Progressive Release Management is the Key to DevOps >>
* Let’s chat about RCS >>

* Emotet botnet, ‘the world’s most dangerous malware,’ has returned from the dead >>
* Jamstack creator Netlify buys GraphQL startup OneGraph >>
* Apple may make smart necklaces, bracelets, and key rings >>
* Epic’s Tim Sweeney calls Google ‘crazy,’ says ‘Apple must be stopped’ >>

* Recipe for a beautiful mind | TEDx >>
* Artificial Intelligence – shaping the future | TEDx >>
* Stop judging, start caring: The empathetic way to communicate | TEDx >>
* Prepare For the Job, Not the Exam | TEDx >>
* Boys Talk When They Walk | TEDx >>
* How to land the job you want | TEDx >>
* To tick the “Disability” box or not | TEDx >>
* TED: Sleeping with Science Are naps actually good for us? >>

* Methane Manifold for New Booster Spotted | SpaceX >>
* San Francisco’s Millennium Tower Is Tilting and Sinking. Here’s What Went Wrong >>

* COP26: The truth behind the new climate change denial >>
* Vancouver storm: Minister says there is “no doubt” it is linked to climate change >>
* After record low, monarch butterflies return to California >>

* Infrastructure as Code – Crash Course >>
* Machine Learning Course for Beginners >>
* Django For Everybody – Full Python University Course >>
* Google #EngineeringForReliability Best Practices for Cloud Monitoring >>
* System Dynamics: Systems Thinking and Modeling for a Complex World >>

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