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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 November 2021

* AI has learned to read the time on an analogue clock >>
* Tech firm will pay £150,000 to use your face on its ROBOTS which will work in hotels, shopping malls and airports by 2023 >>
* Renault’s cult ‘4’ reimagined as a real flying car >>

* DW news interview, Omicron latest >>
* Omicron objectivity >>
* The Omicron variant reveals the true global danger of ‘vaccine apartheid’ >>

* NASA wants to use the sun to power future deep space missions >>
* Building value-chain resilience with AI >>

* Break up Amazon? Our survey suggests it may not be necessary >>
* Harvard study finds people in their 50s who use TikTok, Snapchat and Instagram are ‘substantially more likely’ to feel down than their peers >>
* What Will the World Be Like in 20 Years? >>

* Active sitting – could we give our kids a future without back pain | Turner Osler | TEDx >>
* What does “good food” mean, and how do we make it affordable? | TEDx >>
* Crews Work on Ship 20’s Aft Flaps | SpaceX Boca Chica >>

* Changing the world is a phone call away | Thami Schweichler | TEDx >>
* Revealed: Jupiter’s Secret Power Source >>
* Merging black holes may create bubbles that could swallow the universe >>

* Microsoft extends ‘outage mode’ for Azure Active Directory to bake more resilience into cloudy services >>
* AWS chops data transfer fees by massive extension of free tier – 2 months after rival previewed R2 Storage >>
* Our global agreement on AI could reduce bias and surveillance >>

* IoT Devices Will No Longer Need to Rely on Batteries to Operate >>
* Let the Robots do the Work | Pete Rogers | TEDx >>
* Most cryptocurrency trades may be people buying from themselves >>

* A Machine-Learning Algorithm Just Found 301 Additional Planets in Kepler Data >>
* Claims of Extreme Longevity of up to 130 Years >>
* Early Cyber Monday smart home tech deals: speakers, cameras, robots, and more >>

* ‘Squeezed’ Light Might Produce Breakthroughs in Nano-Sized Electronics >>
* Physicists have created a new type of diamond by crushing buckyballs >>
* Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri is to testify before Congress for the first time >>

* The Man Who Lived in an Airport for 18 Years >>
* What The Well-Dressed Spacecraft Will Be Wearing >>
* Can This Diy Rocket Program Send An Astronaut To Space? >>

* Apple Car, AR Headset may face long delays between launch and release >>
* Amazon Cyber Monday deals are live: Up to 70% off Beats, routers, OLED TVs, Apple hardware, Sony headphones >>
* Why your cloud computing costs are so high – and what you can do about them >>

* Did Cosmic Dust Deliver the Phosphorus Needed for Life? >>
* A Space Telescope With one job: Find Habitable Planets at Alpha Centauri >>
* Astronomers Find a Planet That Orbits its Star in Just 16 HOURS! >>
* Stars Getting Kicked out of the Milky Way can Help us map its Dark Matter Halo >>
* It’s Time to Stop Doing Anti-Satellite Tests >>

* Physicists Start Detecting Signs of Neutrinos At Large Hadron Collider >>
* Automation puts data centers on the path to a hyperscaler-style experience >>
* Next Windows 11 Update Brings Back Clippy >>

* Markets Face Weeks of Uncertainty in Wait for Virus Answers >>
* Three threats to the global economic recovery >>
* Covid Live Updates: Scientists Focus on Whether Omicron Variant Causes Severe Illness >>

* Why work place quotas are not inclusive. | David Houchin | TEDx >>
* The Future of Work – A Place of Belonging | TEDx >>

* Empower developers for broader role >>
* How to build a platform for business value >>
* If You’re Not Outside Your Comfort Zone, You Won’t Learn Anything >>
* Great British Pub Has a Pandemic Hangover. For Some, It’s Last Call. >>

* Booster Common Dome Section Flipped | SpaceX Boca Chica >>
* The World’s Most Popular EVs Aren’t Cars, Trucks, or Motorcycles >>
* Galaxy Note is Dead; Samsung Reportedly Ending Production on Note 20, No Plans for 2022 Model >>

* The world is watching: TV hits around the globe >>
* Meet the typical Gen Zer, who is quitting their job, has over $17,000 in student debt, and is influencing nearly everything you buy >>
* Humans Didn’t Invent Mathematics, It’s What the World Is Made Of >>

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