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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 October 2019

October 17, 2019 Leave a comment

* Early mouse fetuses generated without sperm or eggs for first time >>
* Giving robots a faster grasp >>
* Hubble Captured‘Video’ Of A New Interstellar Object Traveling at 110,000 MPH >>

* Google Pixel 4 Face Unlock works if eyes are shut >>
* Humans evolved to think faster by slowing down brain development >>
* Technology’s future isn’t gleaming, it’s dirty and biological >>

* Skydio’s Dock in a Box Enables Long-Term Autonomy for Drone Applications >>
* In a “biorecycling” factory, enzymes perfectly break down plastic so can be used again >>
* Google Voice users can start calls and send messages with Siri >>

* Sony’s self-driving ‘Sociable Cart’ delivers mixed-reality inside, ads outside >>
* A second mutation that makes people need less sleep has been found >>
* Desert ant runs so fast it covers 100 times its body length per second >>

* Animals Are Out, Alt Protein Is in—and It’s Cooking Up Some Unbelievable Creations >>
* European-Russian ExoMars Rover Team in ‘Race Against the Clock’ to Fix Parachutes for 2020 Launch >>
* Faster-Than-Light Travel Could Explain Mysterious Signals Beaming Through the Cosmos >>

* POD NVIDIA’s Ian Buck on What’s Next for the AI Revolution – Ep. 100 >>
* POD Season 5, Episode 5: Atari (with Nolan Bushnell) >>
* VR Weekly Podcast:, Featuring Nathan Rowe From SculptrVR >>

* Highlights from the O’Reilly Artificial Intelligence Conference in London 2019 >>
* O’Reilly AI Conf: Building and deploying AI applications and systems at scale >>
* O’Reilly AI Conf: Large-scale machine learning at Facebook: Implications of platform design on developer productivity >>
* O’Reilly AI Conf: Real-time AI for entity resolution >>

* NASA Wants to Send Water-Sniffing Rover to Lunar South Pole in 2022 >>
* NASA Engineer; High-Speed Spacedrive. Too Bad it Violates the Laws of Physics >>
* Weekly Space Hangout: Jeffrey Kargel Talks Climate Change on Earth and Beyond >>

* BBC winds down its in-house VR production team >>
* Netflix won’t ‘shy away from taking bold swings’ as competition heats up >>
* Netflix stock skyrockets on profit beat despite looming competition >>

* Labor leaders and startup founders talk how to build a sustainable gig economy >>
* MIT scientists develop a way to recover details from blurry images >>

* Rocket Lab successfully launches fifth Electron rocket this year >>
* Design Product with Consumer Privacy in Mind >>
* Solving Logic Grid Puzzles with an Algorithm that Imitates Human Behavior >>

* Why Solving Rubiks Cube Not Signal Robot Supremacy >>
* Skydio’s station lets self-flying drones work around the clock >>
* Domino’s launches AI-powered camera system alerts if they make substandard pizzas >>

* Google’s Quest to Be Everywhere — and Nowhere >>
* Feature Request: option to disable reading from .env >>

* EC2 Scheduling Best Practices >>
* Tesla Gets Government Approval To Build Electric Vehicles In China >>
* Science and technology innovation drives China’s agricultural development >>

* China 150 smart toilets, send alerts after 15 mins to someone to check in on you. >>
* Google Voice users can start calls and send messages with Siri >>
* 5G brings over 4,800 medical experts to northwest China’s Xinjiang >>

* Google Pixel 4; Face unlock, new screen tech, faster voice commands, and radar >>
* Google keeps adding Pixel features it claimed it didn’t need >>
* 15-Year-Old Japanese Skateboarding Prodigy Is Operating On A Whole Different Level >>

* Future of SpaceX Starlink and Starships >>
* 5 Obstacles to Home-Based Health Care, and How to Overcome Them >>
* Are solar-powered airships the future of cargo delivery? >>

* Goldman Sachs CEO Says Apple Card is the Most Successful Credit Card Launch Ever >>
* Microsoft has invested $1 billion in research lab OpenAI – here’s why >>
* Microsoft introduces new open-source specs for developing cloud and edge applications >>

* What Are the Benefits of Turmeric? >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 October 2019

October 16, 2019 Leave a comment

* SpaceX is requesting permission to launch 30,000 more Starlink satellites >>
* Artemis spacesuits make it easier for astronauts of all sizes to move on Moon >>
* Microsoft launches new open-source projects around Kubernetes and microservices >>

* Autonomous ‘Mayflower’ research ship will use IBM AI tech to cross the Atlantic in 2020 >>
* Assembler robots make large structures from little pieces >>
* Worn-Out Flash Memory Is Suddenly Bricking Tesla Cars >>

* UK quietly ditches porn age checks in favor of wider online harms rules >>
* Facebook’s Oversight Board Is Not Enough >>
* AI-based cytometer detects rare cells in blood w deep learning >>

* Mole Movement! Mars Lander’s Heat Probe Gets a Little Unstuck >>

* Vaginal Fluid Transplants Hold Promise but Raise Safety Concerns >>
* A curved invisibility screen could hide soldiers or buildings >>
* Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Terminator has joined the cast of ‘Mortal Kombat 11,’ >>

* Morning After: Google finally reveals the Pixel 4 >>
* Pixel 4 has the same problem as the Pixel 3: It’s too expensive >>
* Pixel 4 pre-orders at Amazon include a free $100 gift card >>
* Google’s Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL Are the First Phones with Built-In Radar >>
* Google’s New Voice Recorder App Transcribes in Real Time, Even When Offline >>
* Google reportedly won’t sell Pixel 4 in India due to Motion Sense radar spectrum issues >>

* Skydio motorized charging box to make its self-flying drone truly autonomous >>
* Bubbles, Golden Ages, and Tech Revolutions >>
* New Alternative to Bitcoin Uses Negligible Energy >>

* Shudder, streaming service gives you unlimited access to horror >>
* Researchers build a soft robot with neurologic capabilities >>
* Optical computing >>

* Introducing Foretold.io: A New Open-Source Prediction Registry >>
* Moving Beyond Mind-Controlled Limbs to Prosthetics That Can Actually ‘Feel’ >>
* Beyond the cloud: Docker containers in space >>

* The coming of AI Spring >>
* Fast and modular >>
* Women in the Workplace 2019 >>

* Walmart launches in-home grocery delivery in three cities >>
* New self-driving car startup, Inside Tesla’s V10 software, Lilium’s big round >>
* Robot War Breaks Out As Roomba Maker Sues SharkNinja >>

* Death of cars was greatly exaggerated >>
* Winners Of The 2019 Wildlife Photographer Of The Year Contest Are Gorgeous >>
* Interstellar visitor: Hubble telescope shows first image of comet >>

* Huawei’s facial recognition technology causes anxiety in Serbia >>
* China able to secure its own food supply >>
* Survey Says Consumers Remain Skeptical Of Both Electric And Self-Driving Cars >>

* Virgin Galactic shows off the suits its customers will wear during joyrides to space >>
* Human guinea pigs prepare for world’s longest direct flight: 20 hours >>
* Ang Lee chases cinema’s 120FPS future with ‘Gemini Man’ >>

* Enterprise Grade DevOps Solutions for a Start Up Budget >>
* Deconstructing Cloud Native in the Enterprise with John Willis >>
* Machine Beats Man ; super-robots-faster-than-humans >>

* Are Concrete Blocks the Next Batteries? >>
* F-35s Have a Parachute Problem >>
* Where you place your food in the fridge really does matter >>

* a16z’s Andrew Chen on the opportunities today for consumer tech startups >>
* State of Play: Six Trends Revolutionizing Games >>

* Andrew McAfee Bets on More from Less >>
* Pixel 4 is first to radar, but that’s not what unlocks Google’s phone >>
* DNS Security: Threat Modeling DNSSEC, DoT, and DoH >>

* The False Choice Between Privacy and Safety in Smart Surveillance >>
* Outsourcing, Automation, and the Future of Business Scalability >>
* The Most Underrated Productivity Technique Is Also the Simplest >>

* Strong storms can generate ‘stormquakes,’ scientists say >>
* Humpback whales use their flippers to swat salmon into their mouths >>
* Athletes build AI-powered wearable designed to predict injuries before they happen >>

* Watch Tesla’s crash test lab wreck Model 3s to make them safer >>
* Recovering “lost dimensions” of images and video >>
* NASA extends contract with Boeing for SLS rocket, paving the way for up to 10 Artemis missions >>

* Investing in the next generation of measurement on YouTube >>
* Google’s Auto-Delete Tools Are Practically Worthless For Privacy >>
* Google Chief: I’d Disclose Smart Speakers Before Guests Enter My Home >>

* Scriptural Inference, Being Sherlocked, Hand-styled Charts, and Early-stage Startup Programming Principles >>
* Amazon migrates more than 100 consumer services from Oracle to AWS databases >>
* 5 Simple Rules for Strategy Execution >>

* San Francisco is radically redesigning a major street to get rid of cars >>
* Prepare your company IT infrastructure for the future: Learn how with Gartner next month >>
* SpaceX Starships for Dozens of Moon Bases, Mars Colonies and Orbital Space Stations by 2030 >>

* Orbion Space Technology Solves Orbital Last Mile Issues >>
* Space Junk Menace: New Guidelines Urged to Help Fight Orbital Debris Threat >>
* NASA Has a New, All-Electric Airplane >>

* Kabuto is building smart suitcases for geeks >>
* From here to human-level AI >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 October 2019

October 15, 2019 Leave a comment

* Google’s Pixel 4 ships October 24, starting at $799 >>
* Giant robots powered by AI are being trained to 3-D print rockets designed to take humans to space >>
* Agility Robotics Unveils Upgraded Digit Walking Robot >>

* OpenAI’s AI-powered robot learned how to solve a Rubik’s cube one-handed >>
* Solving Rubik’s Cube with a Robot Hand >>

* Flaw In Sudo Enables Non-Privileged Users To Run Commands As Root >>
* Fortnite returns with the launch of a new map for Chapter 2 >>
* Huge fire blankets can protect houses from destructive wildfires >>

* Gita, the cargo robot from the makers of Vespa, going on sale for $3,250 >>
* Remote-controlled scooters are coming, and Tortoise is (slowly) leading the charge >>
* Google’S Project Soli: The Tech Behind Pixel 4’S Motion Sense Radar >>

* Microsoft Wants To Use AI To Bleep Out Bad Words In Xbox Live Party Chat >>
* Scientists Develop Self-Playing Guitar String >>
* AMC is launching its own on-demand movie service >>

* Shooting drones out of the sky with Phasers >>
* 5G Mobile Networks: A Systems Approach >>
* Migration Complete – Amazon’s Consumer Business Just Turned off its Final Oracle Database >>

* Pixel 4 is here to help >>
* Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL hands-on: More cameras, more ambition >>
* Google Assistant has a new look on the Pixel 4 >>
* Google’s new voice recorder app transcribes in real time, even when offline >>
* Google shows Motion Sense gestures in action on the Pixel 4 >>
* Google’s Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL have built-in radar >>
* Google’s Pixel 4 packs 2X telephoto cameras >>
* Pixel 4 XL vs. the competition >>
* Pixel 4’s Recorder app can capture and transcribe simultaneously >>
* Here’s everything Google announced at the Pixel 4 event >>
* Up close with Google’s new Pixel 4 >>

* Google teases fully wireless Pixel Buds, arriving Spring 2020 >>
* The new true wireless Pixel Buds are always listening >>
* Google Nest Mini hands-on: Software tricks make up for its tiny size >>
* Google Pixelbook Go: The 5 major things you need to know >>
* Google is adding new Nest routines to further automate your home >>
* Google launches the $649 Pixelbook Go Chromebook >>
* Google’s cloud gaming service Stadia will launch on November 19th >>

* Microsoft starts inviting people to try Project xCloud >>
* Panasonic Aims to Revive Interest in Delivering Broadband Over Power Lines >>
* Eliud Kipchoge’s sub-2 hour marathon may herald even faster times >>

* Facebook Officially Launches Libra, Its Digital Currency >>
* Facebook’s Libra loses one more member as its council becomes official >>
* Libra claims 180 potential replacements for 7 mutineers >>

* Season 5, Episode 5: Atari (with Nolan Bushnell) >>
* Netflix is about to release its most important results in years >>
* Automotive Radar >>

* Hulu brings 4K content to the Xbox One >>
* Chemists bitten by Python scripts >>
* Deep learning nails correlation. Causation is another matter. >>

* New Superconducting Material Could Make Disruption Resistant Quantum Computers >>
* Watch As a Supernova Morphs and Its Speedy Shock Waves Reverse >>
* Labrador Systems Developing Affordable Assistive Robots for the Home >>

* Is AWS sponsoring Rust? Only a bit – and so is Microsoft Azure >>
* Machine learning isn’t effective at identifying fake news >>
* 3 Reasons It’s So Hard to “Follow Your Passion” >>

* Germany says it won’t ban Huawei or any 5G supplier up front >>
* A Guide to the Big Ideas and Debates in Corporate Governance >>
* 8 tips for founders trying to raise their first round of venture capital >>

* Ep. 542: Weird Issues: The Age of the Universe >>
* A Million People Watched ‘Fortnite’ Black Hole Ahead Of ‘Chapter 2’ >>
* Scientists Propose New Satellite Tech to Dodge Space Junk from Megaconstellations >>

* NSA Cybersec, Collaborative Natural Language Understanding, Ugly Language, and Lament for Computer Files >>
* Facebook Portal review (2019): A redesign doesn’t ease privacy fears >>
* Headless CMS company Strapi raises $4 million >>

* The Best RSS Readers And News Aggregation Apps >>
* Telstra chairman: If those darn kids can earn $5m playing Fortnite, why can’t execs? >>
* Amazon is now offering Prime customers free one-day shipping on items that cost as little as $1 >>

* Winds from black holes that PUSH gas out into the cosmos may come to stop dwarf galaxies making as many stars >>
* Porsche unveils Taycan 4S, a new $103,000 entry-level EV for 2020 >>
* Who needs an implanted microchip when there’s an app for that? >>

* Chains of atoms move at lightning speed inside metals >>
* Transportation Tracking >>
* Why deep-learning AIs are so easy to fool >>

* The Failure Generation >>
* Can Tech Make Us Mindful? >>
* AI to ‘fundamentally shift’ global balance of power >>

* The Mind-Bending World of Heuristic Emergence Might Mean We’re Artificial >>
* [Tutorial] Recognize Handwritten Numbers in Python without any ML-Library >>
* [Tutorial] Build a Gender Classifier for Live Webcam Stream using Tensorflow and OpenCV >>

* What Your Customers Really Think About Customer Service >>
* The Entire Fortnite Storyline You Didn’t Know Explained! >>
* Sudo Flaw Lets Linux Users Run Commands As Root Even When They’re Restricted >>

* With more US doors closing to China what are the supply chain options for its emerging AI champions? >>
* Mini Projector, Vamvo Ultra Mini Portable Projector >>
* Russian Gymnast Stomps A Triple Backflip Like It’s Nothing >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 15 October 2019

October 14, 2019 Leave a comment

* With apocalyptic black hole event, Fortnite’s storytelling has grown increasingly ambitious >>
* Leaked Fortnite Chapter 2 trailer provides a first glimpse at the new island >>
* World’s Biggest 3D-Printer Makes World’s Biggest 3D-Printed Boat >>

* Researchers Prove Humans Are Still Better Than AI at ‘Angry Birds’ >>
* Blockchain Architectures for Scaling Applications >>
* Crypto, The Future of Trust >>

* Apple responds to reports that it sends user traffic to China’s Tencent >>
* Apple’s Safari Browser Is Sending Some Users’ IP Addresses To China’s Tencent >>
* Apple Under Fire Over Sending Some Users Browsing Data to China’s Tencent >>

* Uber lays off another ~350 across Eats, self-driving and other departments >>
* San Francisco Wants to Require Companies To Get Permits Before Rolling Out ‘Emerging Technology’ >>
* Create a Subdomain Dynamically Using AWS Route 53 and Node.js >>

* Foodvisor automatically tracks what you eat using deep learning >>
* Apple offers three-month TV+ trial to ‘Emmy’ magazine subscribers >>

* Startup Wants to Store Grid Energy by Lifting Concrete Blocks >>
* Next year, new space missions will test technologies to fix busted satellites in orbit >>
* Radar in Central Otago will help reveal size of space junk problem >>

* Why Getting Your Digital Transformation Story Right Is Key To Changing Workplace Culture >>
* Uniti’s quirky three-seater EV costs less than $19,000 >>
* Disney is tweeting everything that’s coming to Disney+ >>

* YouTube’s AR Beauty feature lets you try on lipstick by tapping ads >>
* Faraday Future founder files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy >>
* The next Big Tech battleground is your ears >>

* Google Pay will soon work with major public transit cards >>
* The Unix Game >>

* China’s new cybersecurity rules ban foreign companies from using VPNs to phone home >>
* Building China’s Comac C919 airplane involved a lot of hacking, report says >>
* Computer Files Are Going Extinct >>

* Forget Gen Z. This Is Generation Surveillance. >>
* Planting Tiny Spy Chips in Hardware Can Cost as Little as $200 >>
* China Built a Flying Saucer >>

* This Drone Footage Of A Blue Whale Next To A Boat Is A Good Reminder Of How Mind-Numbingly Big They Are >>
* Why We Love Docker and Best Practices for DevOps >>
* AI Bias Adds Complexity To AI Systems >>

* A Smart Bike Helmet That Has An LED Turn Signal >>
* Stealth fighters join PLA air force ace unit >>
* ‘The Simpsons’ predicted Greta Thunberg’s climate change speech in 2007 >>

* New trailers: Jungle Cruise, Pixar’s Onward, a new Walking Dead spinoff, and more >>
* Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL preview: More than meets the eye >>
* When Your Teenage Robot Can Drive >>

* Welcome indoors, solar cells >>
* Factoring 2048-bit Numbers Using 20 Million Qubits >>
* SpaceX gives South Texas homeowners more time to consider buyout offers >>

* AI is changing our approach to medicine and the future of healthcare >>
* Digital dystopia: how algorithms punish the poor >>
* Boeing’s Starliner spacecraft will embark on its first-ever unpiloted test flight to the International Space Station this December >>

* This ‘Smart’ Bed Accessory Will Rock You to Sleep >>
* Outsourcing, Automation, and the Future of Business Scalability >>
* Original Content podcast: For better or for worse, ‘The Politician’ is absolutely bonkers >>

* Original ‘Fortnite’ map vanishes in a cataclysmic event >>
* India’s Reliance Jio unveils video call assistant to help businesses automate customer support >>
* How to Get Noticed by Your Boss’s Boss >>

* How AI and Data Could Personalize Higher Education >>
* Google teams up with Yubico to build a USB-C Titan Security Key >>
* Can A New TED-Ed Video Series Teach Students To ‘Think Like A Coder’? >>

* 8 CEOs on their mindfulness practices >>
* Biggest Spacecraft Ever to Fall Uncontrolled From Space >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 October 2019

October 13, 2019 Leave a comment

* These deepfake celebrity impressions are equally amazing and alarming >>
* Smart TVs are data-collecting machines, new study shows >>
* There’s an Automation Crisis Underway Right Now, It’s Just Mostly Invisible >>

* AI-based firefighter safety startup Prometeo wins IBM Call for Code Challenge >>
* UK’s 1st Moon Rover to Launch in 2021 >>
* What to expect from Google’s Pixel 4 hardware event >>

* The Navy’s Patent for a Compact Nuclear Fusion Reactor Is Wild >>
* USS Ford Will Set Sail With Only 2 Out of 11 Weapon Elevators >>
* How to Build a Leaf Blower Hovercraft >>

* Ground-based Hypertelescope Has First Operational Components >>
* Giant Moon Based Telescopes Will Detect Alien Life and Measure Mountains in Other Solar Systems >>
* Pyramid-Size Asteroid to Hurtle Past Earth (Again) >>

* The History of China’s Cold Chain >>
* Five Myths about Energy Poverty >>
* Aviation Is on a Low-Carbon Flight Path >>

* Putin warns of threats from U.S. military buildup >>
* Why China hasn’t suffered an economic crisis in several decades? >>

* Can Scientists Evolve the Next Great Beer? >>
* How to Build a Google Search Autocomplete >>
* 10 Apple Arcade kids games that even parents won’t hate >>

* Microsoft’s LinkedIn loses appeal over access to user profiles >>
* Deep Learning With Pytorch: A 60 Minute Blitz >>
* Computer Files Are Going Extinct >>

* Improved ‘Apex Legends’ training zone better prepares you for combat >>

* Wait, Apple is sending URLs to Tencent?! >>
* Indigital using augmented reality for traditional storytelling >>
* Why Smart People Should Read Fewer Books >>

* Navy Pilot Says ‘Dark Mass’ Made Torpedo Disappear >>
* China Is Forcing Tech Companies to Choose Between Profits and Free Speech >>
* What Japan Can Teach Us About Cleanliness >>

* Frozen Earth in ‘Snowpiercer’ Is a Grim (and Possible) Future >>

* 20 Python Snippets You Should Learn Today >>
* Build a RingCentral Virtual Voicemail Assistant for Your Business — Part 2 >>
* How to Build a Google Search Autocomplete >>
* Estimating ROIs to a Microservices Migration >>

* Using the GitLab REST API to Create a Git Projects >>
* The Iceberg of Software Development >>
* Bait and Switch >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 October 2019

October 12, 2019 Leave a comment

* Video Friday: This Humanoid Robot Will Serve You Ice Cream >>
* Aleksei Leonov, First to Walk in Space, Dies at 85 >>
* Google’s Pixel 4 briefly went up for preorder on Best Buy Canada >>

* 2,200 Viewed Germany Shooting Before Twitch Removed Post >>
* Alexa now speaks multi-lingual mode >>
* How smart platforms can crack the complexity challenge in project industries >>

* Does Your Toothbrush Have an App Yet? >>
* Wanted: A Bomb Detector as Sensitive as a Dog’s Nose >>
* ‘Collapse OS’ Is an Open Source Operating System for the Post-Apocalypse >>

* Why so many companies bailed on Facebook’s Libra project at once >>
* Flying saucer-like attack helicopter to take to the sky in 2020 >>

* Stratolaunch, which built the world’s largest plane, is changing ownership >>
* The Navy’s Patent for a Compact Nuclear Fusion Reactor Is Wild >>

* Why your next transformation should be ‘all in’ >>
* Transform the whole business, not just parts >>
* Rethinking the renewable strategy for an age of global competition >>

* NASA Tests Mars 2020 Rover’s Sky Crane Landing Tech >>
* A Satellite Just Launched Whose Job is to Extend the Life of Geosynchronous Satellites >>
* Can AI simulations predict the future? >>

* Making technology accessible for everyone >>
* Faster video recognition for the smartphone era >>
* EBay, Stripe and Mastercard drop out of Facebook’s Libra Association >>

* How the Universe Stopped Making Sense >>
* Scottish Spaceport to Begin Construction Soon >>
* DOW is up 400 Point With Talk of a Mini-Trade Deal With China >>

* The world is uniting to help this group >>
* Moving Superfast on Earth >>
* NASA Inertial Drive With a Helical Engine Using a Particle Accelerator >>

* Managing multi-topic conversation flows with Amazon Lex Session API checkpoints >>
* Project To Produce Detailed Maps of All the Land on Earth Through Laser Scanning >>
* Are You Making a Major Security Mistake With PaaS? >>

* Boeing and FAA Faulted In Damaging Report On 737 Max Certification >>
* Learning about China by learning its language >>
* Netflix Goes All Out to Wow Children as Streaming Wars Intensify >>

* Why Hardware Security is the Preferred Choice for IIoT >>
* Kneron Reveals Customers, Teases Next-Gen AI Chip >>
* Can an AI Learn to Draw? >>

* Man Claims to Be Oldest Person to Have Ever Lived, 123, Sparks Controversy >>
* Flight of an aeroplane with solid-state propulsion >>
* A 121-Foot Asteroid Will Scrape Past Earth Tomorrow At 29,800 MPH >>

* Capsule may spell end to painful insulin jabs >>
* In the age of Instagram, eating is the new drinking for travelling millennials >>
* Why it might have been time for new leadership at SAP >>

* Using AI to give people who are blind the “full picture” >>
* UPS Will Pack and Return Your Old Internet Router for You >>
* The First All-Female Spacewalk Is Scheduled For This Month >>

* Robots help patients manage chronic illness at home >>

* Hanoi Train Street: ‘I think my home is very special’ >>
* Graphical Linear Algebra >>

* A Code Glitch May Have Caused Errors In More Than 100 Published Studies >>
* Why Everything Is Getting Louder >>
* SIM Cards in 29 Countries Vulnerable to Remote Simjacker Attacks >>

* The Most Important Elements of AIOps >>
* Build a RingCentral Virtual Voicemail Assistant for Your Business — Part 2 >>
* How to Build a Google Search Autocomplete >>

* 5G automatic micro-bus debuts in Wuzhen >>
* China must boost research and education to ‘break US-imposed technology containment’, academic warns >>
* 500 Years Later, MIT Proves That Da Vinci’s Bridge Design Works >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 October 2019

October 12, 2019 Leave a comment

* Boeing and Porsche are developing an electric ‘flying car’ >>
* Holoride makes its in-car VR available to the public for the first time >>
* Facebook’s libra cryptocurrency coalition is falling apart as eBay, Visa, Mastercard and Stripe jump ship >>

* Life may have begun with simple genes made out of urine >>
* Massive California Power Outage Triggers Chaos in Science Labs >>
* Caltech’s latest creation: A hovering, bird-like robot that could someday explore Mars >>

* Mini Gravitational-Wave Detector Could Probe Dark Matter >>
* Quantum weirdness could allow a person-sized wormhole to last forever >>

* World’s first cloned cow dies of old age at 21 >>

* Bill McDermott steps down as SAP’s CEO >>
* Elon Musk says that NASA is free to share all SpaceX IP with ‘anyone it wants’ >>
* How Remote Work is Quietly Remaking Our Lives >>

* Boeing’s first autonomous air taxi flight ends in fewer than 60 seconds >>

* NASA Administrator ‘very confident’ SpaceX crew launch could happen in early 2020 >>
* NASA’s new Moon-bound spacesuit is safer, smarter and much more comfortable >>
* NASCAR could introduce hybrid race cars by 2022 >>

* Rocket Lab’s new 5-year FAA license will help it streamline its rocket launch process >>
* Should Cameras Replace Car Mirrors? US Regulators Want To Know >>
* The Endless Aerial Surveillance of the Border >>

* Toyota’s LQ concept car will make friends with you via its onboard AI >>
* Toyota’s hydrogen fuel-cell Mirai gets a new, luxurious look >>
* Voice guidance in Maps, built for people with impaired vision >>

* Your mass consumer data collection is destroying consumer trust >>
* Artificial Intelligence Learns to Talk Back to Bigots >>
* Depression may reduce the amount of white matter in the brain >>

* It’s Lights Out in California to Deal With Climate Risks >>
* Elon Musk vows to install ‘Powerpack’ batteries at some electric car charging points in California that have been cut off due to wildfires >>

* Peer into the future at Cisco’s Networking.Next Virtual Event >>
* Digital Therapy For Insomnia Shows How Technology Can Be Harnessed To Improve Sleep And Mental Health >>
* Realtime Position Accuracy to Within 10 Centimeters >>

* Planet Earth at Blue Hour >>
* Nuclear Weapons Inspection: Encryption System Could Thwart Spies and Expose Hoaxes >>
* Forget Moore’s Law—Chipmakers Are More Worried About Heat and Power Issues >>

* This is What Moondust Looks Like When You Remove All the Oxygen. A Pile of Metal >>
* Lava Flows on Venus Suggest That the Planet Was Never Warm and Wet >>
* Dark Days Ahead in the PGE Dark Age >>

* Amazon Music now streams tunes to your Apple TV >>
* A Short Guide to Building Your Team’s Critical Thinking Skills >>
* Customer Experience Vs Customer Service >>

* Google Maps Adds Voice Guidance For Visually Impaired >>
* Resilience Engineering, Ancient Emulators, Long Timespan Design, and Exporting Section 230 >>
* Five tips to unwind with Android TV >>

* Jeff Bezos’s Master Plan >>
* Klarna CEO Sebastian Siemiatkowski to speak at Disrupt Berlin shortly after raising $460 million >>
* Mixer co-founder quits to work on lasers >>

* NASA’s ICON launches to study the boundary between Earth and space >>
* NASA’s Webb Telescope Will Reveal the Milky Way’s ‘Crowded’ Center >>
* Best Mind-Mapping Apps Of 2019 >>

* Tim Cook defends Apple’s decision to remove Hong Kong protest app >>
* NASA engineer’s ‘helical engine’ may violate the laws of physics >>

* Remote-controlled Black Hawk helicopter that can hit 172 MPH >>

* Uber is buying a majority stake in online grocery provider Cornershop >>
* New Reductor Nation-State Malware Compromises TLS >>

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