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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 March 2019

* First Device to Treat Alzheimer’s Is Up for Approval by the FDA >>
* SpaceX Starhopper Hop Test Postponed Til Tomorrow >>
* NYPD unveils controversial algorithm to track crime patterns >>

* Elon Musk and NASA Chat As SpaceX is on the Cusp of Manned Missions >>
* China Authorizes Building Four New Nuclear Reactors and India Commits to Six >>
* Six People Have Begun a 122-Day Simulated Mission on the Moon >>

* What It’s Like to Be Thrown in Jail for Posting on Facebook >>
* Google Stadia can use AI to change a game’s art in real-time >>
* AIs are better gamers than us, but that’s OK >>

* FDA Approves First New Drug Developed for Women with Postpartum Depression >>
* The First Gene-Edited Food Is Now Being Served >>

* NVIDIA AI turns crude doodles into photorealistic landscapes >>
* Media fragmentation is annoying consumers >>
* ‘3D mammography’ could transform breast cancer screening and save thousands from unnecessary biopsies >>

* Why Use Open Source to Gain More Visibility into Network Monitoring >>
* Inside a Docker Cryptojacking Exploit >>

* Jeff Bezos Shows Off ‘Nerdy’ Innovations at Annual Mars Conference >>
* Tiny flying robots, rocket engines, and an appearance by Mark Hamill: Jeff Bezos’ secretive Mars Conference kicks off in Palm Springs >>
* Fight against robocalls continues as AT&T, Comcast complete test of verified call >>

* Amazon releases a sub-$100 Kindle you can read in the dark >>
* As Costs Skyrocket, More US Cities Stop Recycling >>
* All 88 companies from Y Combinator’s W19 Demo Day 2 >>

* Food Delivery Wars and Boeing’s Crisis Management >>
* Embedded Computer Vision, Unix History, Unionizing Workforce, and Text Adventure AI >>
* Google Fined $1.7 Billion by E.U. for Unfair Advertising Rules >>

* Bill Gates Talked With Google Employees About Using AI To Analyze Ultrasound Images of Unborn Children >>
* Building a safer internet, one secure domain at a time >>
* Cisco spreads AI across WebEx meetings >>

* Instagram’s New Shopping Feature Makes It a Digital Mall >>
* MoviePass restores its $9.95 unlimited subscription plan for a limited time >>
* U.S. Army is building a giant VR battlefield to train soldiers virtually >>

* De-identify medical images with the help of Amazon Comprehend Medical and Amazon Rekognition >>
* Almost 13,000 Years Ago, a Comet Impact Set Everything on Fire >>
* Sneaky Meteor Evades Earthling Detection, Explodes with Force of 10 Atomic Bombs >>

* Scott Shawcroft Is Squeezing Python Into Microcontrollers >>
* SpaceX Starship Rate of Progress Four Times Faster than the Reusable Falcon 9 >>
* Could OpenAI’s ‘too dangerous to release’ language model be used to mimic you on online? Yes, says this chap: I built a bot to prove it >>

* Vengeful sacked IT bod destroyed ex-employer’s AWS cloud accounts. >>
* Workplace tracking is growing fast. Most workers don’t seem very concerned >>
* A Timeline of MoviePass’ Many Ridiculous Business Plans >>

* Better Living Through Crispr: Growing Human Organs in Pigs >>
* Beyond Cas9: 4 Ways to Edit DNA >>
* Firefox will now automatically block those annoying autoplaying videos >>

* A Tap-to-Fly Helicopter Shows How Flying Cars Might Take Off >>
* The Deeper Education Issue Under the College Bribery Scandal >>
* Waymo is building a new service center for its self-driving fleet >>

* SXSW 2019: Breaking up Big Tech >>
* Hands-on: The $399 Oculus Rift S kicks off the next gen of PC-based VR by appealing to the masses >>

* SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy Megarocket to Fly 1st Commercial Mission in April: Report >>
* House chair asks tech CEOs to speak about New Zealand shooting response >>
* Why Tech Platforms Don’t Treat All Terrorism the Same >>

* Privacy-Focused Search Engine Wants Copyright Directive to Pass >>
* Quantum-safe communication over the internet infrastructure? Yeah, that’s doable >>
* Researchers Create the First AI-Controlled Robotic Limb That Can Learn To Walk Without Being Programmed >>

* Meet the veteran astronaut who’ll be on the first launch of Boeing’s Starliner >>
* Microsoft Teams taps AI to boost new background, whiteboarding features >>
* Google announces video game streaming service to let you play anywhere >>

* Skies Aren’t Clogged With Drones Yet, but Don’t Rule Them Out >>
* World’s happiest countries REVEALED: Finland comes top >>
* Latest Space Based Solar Power Concepts and Experiments at Caltech >>

* New Space Age: Experts Ponder the Future of Cosmic Exploration >>
* To Be Ethical, AI Must Become Explainable. How Do We Get There? >>
* Software Testing in the IoT Era: How QA Will Evolve in a Connected World >>

* Apple Is Jumping Into Streaming Video With A Huge Library Of Shows And Films >>
* AT&T CEO interrupted by a robocall during a live interview >>
* New York City is finally getting its own self-driving shuttle service >>

* New rocket engines in making for moon, Mars >>
* Commentary: Belt and Road Initiative sets example for world >>
* Could Driverless Cars That Avoid Parking Fees Increase Congestion? >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 March 2019

* Is this the uncanny valley of dog? >>
* Scientists reactivate cells from 28,000-year-old woolly mammoth >>
* Spread of cancers halted by smart bacteria that trigger immune attack >>

* SpaceX Test Firing Integrated Raptor Engine Today or Tomorrow >>
* Toyota will be first to use NVIDIA’s self-driving simulator >>
* Uncanny Valley Nobody’s Talking About: Eerie Robot Voices >>

* Our brains might sense Earth’s magnetic field just like birds do >>
* Blind Mice Get Their Sight Back After Gene Insertion >>
* Asteroid Ryugu is so dry we may have to rethink how Earth got water >>

* Asteroid Bennu is spewing out dust and rocks to create its own moons >>
* 4 Laws That Could Stem the Rising Threat of Mass Shootings >>
* AI-Based App Could Screen for Cervical Cancer >>

* Angry Birds AR is coming to iPhone this spring >>
* A Theoretical Physicist (and Entrepreneur) on Why Companies Stop Innovating >>
* Scientists can turn regular seawater into hydrogen fuel >>

* At today’s Game Developers Conference, Google will take on the $140B industry >>
* Google’s Stadia game-streaming platform kills downloads and lets you play anywhere >>
* Google Stadia uses a custom AMD chip to offer 10.7 teraflops of cloud gaming power >>
* Google is creating its own first-party game studio >>

* Toilet on International Space Station gets a bacteria-killing upgrade >>
* YouTube’s Recommendation Algorithm Has a Dark Side >>
* Myspace loses 12 years’ worth of music uploaded to the site – up to 50 million songs >>

* 5 Killer Events From Space That Could Wipe Out Human Life On Earth >>
* Artificial Intelligence for Everyone: An Introductory Course from Andrew Ng, the Co-Founder of Coursera >>
* Discharged; Rethinking how we travel through our cities and towns means tracking the emissions we create. >>

* Indian Scientists Measure 1.3-Billion-Volt Thunderstorm, The Strongest On Record >>
* Astronomer says aliens might zap black holes with lasers to travel the galaxy >>
* Trello aims for the enterprise >>

* A Weird Powder Puzzle on the Martian Moon Phobos May Be Solved >>
* 1st Scientist on the Moon Says NASA Lacks Urgency for Lunar Landing >>
* China Launched Its 300th Long March Rocket This Month https://www.space.com/china-launches-300th-long-march-rocket.html? >>

* Japan Taps Toyota to Build Futuristic Moon Rover >>
* Early Earth’s Spin Helped Shape Its Molten Magma Ocean >>
* Physicists Reverse Time for Tiny Particles Inside a Quantum Computer >>

* Climate Change is a Problem But Not the End of the World >>
* Debating China’s BRI and Being Home to the Next Silicon Valley >>
* Series of Fusion Experiments that Could Lead to Cheap, Clean, Abundant Fusion Energy >>

* Bad cup of Java leaves nasty taste in IBM Watson’s ‘AI’ mouth: Five security bugs to splat in analytics gear >>
* The world’s first genderless AI voice is here. Listen now >>
* AI Polygraph Is Better At Detecting Lies Than You >>

* Apple Updates iPad Air, iPad Mini For First Time in Years >>
* Apple’s 2019 iMac gets some fresh chips, including an eight-core CPU >>
* Apple’s Big Spending Plan to Challenge Netflix Takes Shape >>

* Dexterous MIT Robot Picks Up, Puts Down Objects It’s Never Seen Before >>
* Ethics, Computing, and AI: Perspectives from MIT >>
* Facebook can’t find enough local news for its local news service >>

* Digital Life, Information Abundance, Quantum Computing, Language Design >>
* Google built a controller for its Stadia gaming service >>
* Google, Microsoft Work Together For a Year To Figure Out New Type of Windows Flaw >>

* IBM launches global blockchain-based payments network >>
* Here’s What It’s Like to Accidentally Expose the Data of 230M People >>
* In big tech’s future expansion plans, public good should be the corporate incentive >>
* Warner Bros CEO steps down after sexual misconduct allegations involving British actress >>

* Intel will build the first exascale supercomputer in the US >>
* Instagram will let you buy products without leaving the app >>
* ClimaCell bets on IoT for better weather forecasts >>

* Nvidia AI turns sketches into photorealistic landscapes in seconds >>
* Oracle adds more AI features to its suite of sales tools >>
* Robots will serve as guides for the 2020 Olympics >>

* Scientists Grow ‘Mini-Brain On the Move’ That Can Contract Muscle >>
* UK is testing its first full-sized autonomous bus >>
* NVIDIA’s $99 Jetson Nano is an AI computer for DIY enthusiasts >>

* Space Is Very Big. Some of Its New Explorers Will Be Tiny. >>
* A Tap-to-Fly Helicopter Shows How Flying Cars Might Take Off >>
* The Deeper Education Issue Under the College Bribery Scandal >>

* HP’s New Reverb VR Headset Bumps Up the Resolution >>
* Digital Transformation & Innovation Episode 2: Demystifying market disruption >>
* The Blockchain has the Potential to Stop Illegal Arms Trading into Black Market >>

* VMs vs. Containers for Microservices >>
* Value Stream Management Is Your Organization Ready >>
* Software Testing in the IoT Era: How QA Will Evolve in a Connected World >>

* 15+ Useful Helm Charts Tools >>
* Machine Emotional Intelligence >>
* AI Expert Discusses Conversational AI for Enterprises >>

* China develops anti-stealth radars >>
* Netgear announces a high-end $599 Wi-Fi 6 router >>
* Toy Story 4’s latest trailer proves that Pixar wants adults to cry in movie theaters >>

* Facebook says only 4,000 users viewed original NZ shooter livestream >>
* No one reported New Zealand mosque shooting livestream as it happened, Facebook says >>
* New Zealand shooter to represent himself in court as former lawyer says he appears ‘lucid’ >>
* NZ Commissioner; ‘Up to 14 years’ jail for video sharers ask Facebook to give police names >>
* New Zealand ISPs block websites hosting Christchurch shooting video >>
* How prevalent is far-right extremism? >>
* China issues white paper on anti-terrorism, human rights protection >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 March 2019

* AI Algorithms Are Now Shockingly Good at Doing science >>
* Doorport wants to make your apartment building’s front door smarter >>
* Robot brain teaches machines to pick up objects they haven’t seen before >>

* Apple’s Big Spending Plan to Challenge Netflix Takes Shape >>
* Are We Getting Close To Flying Taxis? >>
* Kroger ends its unmanned-vehicle grocery delivery pilot program in Arizona >>

* Future Of Education?; no up-front costs; they only get paid when students do. >>
* SpaceX is Already Building the Orbital Starship >>
* China performs first 5G-based remote surgery on human brain >>

* For Workers in the Gig Economy, Client Interactions Can get wierd >>
* Internet Archive races to preserve public Google+ posts >>
* NASA’s latest cubesat candidates include a solar sail test >>

* Nala has built a hassle-free, offline mobile money payment platform for Africa >>
* Nevada Lawmakers Want Police To Scan Cellphones After Car Crashes >>
* Bonus Episode: Dust with Dr. Paul Sutter >>

* World’s Oldest Semen, Frozen for 50 Years, Successfully Used to Impregnate Sheep >>
* World’s First All-Weather Autonomous Bus Rolls Out in Finland >>
* Cyber criminals increasingly favouring ‘low and slow’ stealth attacks >>

* Personalized customer care, done intelligently, with AI from IBM >>
* Germline gene-editing research needs rules >>
* SpaceX’s Crew Dragon Launch Could Make Space Hotels A Reality >>

* Latest Space Based Solar Power Concepts and Experiments at Caltech >>
* You Can Never Win at Software; Technical debt is like Tetris >>
* Why Everyone Should Read Customer Support Emails >>

* How to Create a Better User Experience in Med Tech >>
* Mobile data: Why India has the world’s cheapest >>
* Does Your Digital Strategy Implement the Right API Management Tools? >>

* Is a Shared Database in Microservices Actually an Anti-pattern? >>
* The Uncanny Valley Nobody’s Talking About: Eerie Robot Voices >>
* The “Backendification” of Frontend Development >>

* Introduction to The Machine Learning Stack >>
* The Importance of Rational Collaboration in the Digital World >>
* The Era of Data Sovereignty is upon us! >>

* How IoT Could Solve Traffic Congestion In Cities >>
* Building New Generation Digital Banks with Programmable Money >>
* F5 Networks Acquires NGINX to Meld NetOps with DevOps >>

* FinOps Foundation to Help Rein in Cloud Costs >>
* A Look at the Future of Microservices and Serverless >>
* Organizational Structures for DevOps >>

* 21 Websites to Learn Coding/Programming for Free Online >>
* Dedicated Development Teams: The Benefits and Selection Process Explained >>
* Why Big Data, Machine Learning, and AI are The Key to Success in 2019 >>

* Udacity and Google Introduce New (and Free) TensorFlow Course for Deep Learning >>
* How AI Will Transform the Testing Process >>
* Why are millennials burned out? Capitalism. >>

* A New Zealand shooting video hit YouTube every second this weekend >>
* Stanford institute aims to improve humanity through AI >>
* TED; Phil Plait secret to scientific discoveries making mistakes? >>

* Solar-driven drone under development >>
* China issues white paper on anti-terrorism, human rights protection in Xinjiang >>
* Chinese university uses AI to check class attendance rates and find the reasons behind absenteeism >>

* Ride-hailing giant Lyft seeks valuation of nearly US$20 billion >>
* Boeing under increased scrutiny as new details surface about approval of crashed jet >>
* 4 Reasons Talented Employees Don’t Reach Their Potential >>

* Information Abundance, Meritocracy Considered Harmful, Tracking, and Blockchain Basics >>
* The robots that dementia caregivers want: Robots for joy, robots for sorrow >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 March 2019

* Facebook removed 1.5 million videos of New Zealand attack within 24 hours >>
* AI and ‘The Common Good’ >>

* A New Era of Economics—Freeism >>
* What The Hell Is Going On? >>

* IoT and AI: Introduction to the Internet of Intelligent Things (IoIT) >>
* Artificial Muscles for a Future Air Conditioner >>

* How a 50-year-old design came back to haunt Boeing with its troubled 737 Max jet >>
* Future of Robotics Development with Eva Li of Vincross >>
* Some Companies Choose Microsoft’s Cloud Service Because They’re Afraid of Amazon >>

* a16z Podcast: For the Billions of Creatives Out There >>
* Ready for the Playoffs? Swish Analytics Can Help You Clean Up – Ep. 80 >>
* Getting Your DevOps-enabled Product Teams to See the Forest from the Trees >>

* TED: Our Dangerous obession with perfectionism is getting worse >>
* TED: How to keep human bias out of AI >>
* TED: Where_did_the_moon_come_from_a_new_theory >>

* Watch this supercut of Elon Musk unveiling Tesla’s new Model Y >>
* Robot valets are now parking cars in one of France’s busiest airports >>
* Electric scooter charging is a cutthroat business, and Lime wants to fix that >>

* Strength training may cut diabetes risk in obese people >>
* The Open-Closed Principle at an Architectural Level >>
* Continuous Delivery: The One Question You Must Answer >>

* A huge trove of medical records and prescriptions found exposed >>
* How Google Wiped a Neighborhood off the Map >>
* Are Large Cloud Providers a Threat To Open Source Vendors? >>

* Apple Watch may spot heart problem but more research needed >>
* ‘Dota 2’ app rewards you for predicting pro match winners >>

* Peter Dinklage Can’t Say Benevolent in This Game of Thrones Blooper Reel >>
* Chinese railway adopts 5G storage system to track operational data >>
* New trailers: Aladdin, Avengers: Endgame, and more >>

* Deadly Boeing Crashes Raise Questions About Airplane Automation >>
* Boeing: What next after the 737 Max disasters? >>
* Ultimate Guide to Bypassing Geo-restrictions While Streaming >>

* Nasa Making Moon Mission Commercial Could Signal Paradigm Shift For Deep-space Travel >>
* LG’s 2019 OLED TV lineup with AirPlay 2 will hit stores starting in April >>
* On a cell phone during a car crash? Nevada may let cops use technology to find out >>

* Jacinda Ardern received Brenton Tarrant’s manifesto nine minutes before New Zealand attack >>
* NZ attorney general backtracks on commitment to semi-automatic weapons ban that won Kim Kardashian’s praise >>
* New Zealand internet service providers block websites with footage of attack >>
* Facebook failed to block 20% of uploaded New Zealand shooter videos >>

* Can you murder a robot? >>
* Space toilets, robots and astronaut suits on show to lure millennials into churches to mark moon landing anniversary >>

* Stanford New Measurement to Ensure High Quality Quantum Dots >>
* Magnetized Plasma Hypersonic Projectile Gun >>
* Which Habitable Zones are the Best to Actually Search for Life? >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 March 2019

* A Mass Murder of, and for, the Internet >>
* Questions about policing online hate are much bigger than Facebook and YouTube >>
* Why can’t YouTube automatically catch re-uploads of disturbing footage? >>

* Harvard University uncovers DNA switch that controls genes for whole-body regeneration >>
* Ethicist: Future AI Could Take Revenge for How We Treat It Now >>
* Here’s how AI is helping reduce the threat of active shooters at work >>

* Brazilian scientists produce mini-brains with eyes >>
* Facebook Readies AI Tech To Combat ‘Revenge Porn’ >>
* Future of Wearables Mind reading glasses, goggles that erase chronic pain, a wristband that can hear what the wearer can’t >>

* Fan uses AI to remaster ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ in HD >>
* Portal automatically opens doors for wheelchair users, no button pressing required >>
* Robotic’ pill that could replace injections passes first human trial >>

* Future Samsung phones could feature selfie camera under the screen >>
* Do You Want to Live Forever? >>
* A Harvard Professor Says Half of All Colleges Won’t Exist in 10 Years >>

* 4D printing multi-metal products with a desktop electrochemical 3D printer >>
* Using technology to support project-based learning >>
* 33 blood-cancer patients have dramatic clinical remission with new T-cell therapy >>

* Tesla Model Y Will Hold Seven Passengers >>
* Windows 10 to automatically uninstall faulty monthly updates >>
* Quantum sensing method measures minuscule magnetic fields >>

* A Possible Alzheimer’s Treatment With Clicks and Flashes? It Worked on Mice >>
* Earth may be partly made of rocks from elsewhere in the galaxy >>
* Climate change will make it harder to predict heavy rain and floods >>
* Mercury Is in Retrograde. Don’t Be Alarmed. >>

* Huge meteor explosion over Earth last year went unnoticed until now >>
* Whoa. Pi has been calculated out to 31.4 trillion decimals >>
* Guardians of the synapse: Scientists identify a new role for nerve-supporting cells >>
* Top Takeaways From The Economist Innovation Summit >>

* New carmaker on the block: Byton’s CEO on China’s car of the future >>
* 3D Printing the Automotive Industry: Series Intro >>
* Automation and Longevity Impacts on Social Security and Medicare >>

* BMW is weeding out its lineup to prepare for the electric future >>
* CoParenter helps divorced parents settle disputes using AI and human mediation >>
* Elon Musk Unveils New Tesla Model Y Vehicle Coming in 2020 >>

* Exercises in amazement: Discovering deep learning >>
* WordPress Now Powers Over One-Third of the Top 10 Million Sites on the Web >>
* Imagining the Smart Cities of 2050 >>

* ‘Halo Drive’ Would Use Black Holes To Power Spaceships >>
* Robot hand is soft and strong >>
* SXSW 2019: Virtual Cinema >>

* The Side Effects of Solar Geoengineering Could Be Minimal >>
* Why Do Employers Provide Health Care In The First Place? >>
* New Ring of Dust Discovered in the Inner Solar System >>

* Latest Generation of Lionfish-Hunting Robot Can Find and Zap More Fish Than Ever >>
* Thomas L. Friedman: Why simple fixes don’t work anymore >>
* Thomas L. Friedman: The three climate changes >>
* Thomas L. Friedman: Technology moves in steps >>
* Thomas L. Friedman: An interview with Mother Nature >>
* The journey to a new tomorrow: A conversation with Ron Kuerbitz, CEO, agilon health >>
* Bancassurance: It’s time to go digital >>

* Shot to the Gut: “Robotic” Pill Sails Through Human Safety Study >>
* Verizon Launches 5G Phone >>

* Your new most annoying overachieving coworker is a robot >>

* Raptor Engine at SpaceX Starhopper Launchpad >>
* There Are Sex Differences In The Trajectory Of Depression Symptoms Through Adolescence, With Implications For Treatment >>

* Apple’s iCloud recovers after a four-hour outage >>
* DARPA Is Building a $10 Million, Open Source, Secure Voting System >>
* Facebook’s Sloppy Data-Sharing Deals Might Be Criminal >>

* Facebook’s chief product officer and head of Whatsapp are leaving >>
* Firework officially launches a short-form video storytelling app, backed by Lightspeed >>
* Google cracked down on 2.3 billion bad ads last year >>

* Google’s iOS keyboard can translate text into more than 100 languages >>
* Microsoft open sources algorithm, hardware and source code for Azure data compression >>
* Microsoft packages a bunch of its apps and Azure services as ‘Game Stack’ >>

* How Digital Fulfillment Is Changing Manufacturing >>
* Nasa Making Its Moon Mission Commercial Could Signal A Paradigm Shift For Deep-space Travel >>
* Epic Games Store plans include cloud saves and achievements >>

* 3-5 Degree Rise in Arctic Temperatures Called ‘Inevitable’ >>
* Equity transcribed: Uber IPO, Stash’s raise and more YC movement >>
* Women in tech: Success still hangs on relationships and privilege >>

* Microsoft releases Windows Defender extensions for Chrome and Firefox >>
* Vectordash’s cloud gaming service brings crypto-miners a new revenue stream >>
* Tens of Thousands of Heart Patients May Not Need Open-Heart Surgery >>

* There are More Dinosaurs to Discover from the Time of T. rex >>
* World’s smallest motorway built to shame a nation >>
* 3 ways AI is already changing medicine >>

* This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through March 16) >>
* Augmented reality will objectify women >>
* The Internet Knows You Better Than Your Spouse Does >>

* Why Tech Didn’t Stop the New Zealand Attack From Going Viral >>
* Videos of shooting tragedy in New Zealand continue resurfacing on social media >>
* Christchurch: how quiet city became target for terror >>
* Mosque Shooting Gunman Legally Acquired 5 Guns >>
* Jordan Peterson on gun control >>
* Reddit bans gore-, death-focused channels following NZ mosque attack >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 15 March 2019

* Facebook’s massive outage was the result of a server configuration change >>
* Scientists ‘reverse time’ with quantum computer in breakthrough study >>
* Here’s how to watch the Tesla Model Y reveal >>

* A recipe for beating the record of most-calculated digits of pi >>
* Scientists Design a Network That Lives Inside Your Body >>
* MIT robot’s flytrap gripper can grab both fragile and heavy objects >>

* a16z Podcast: Lessons Learned from Chinese Education Startups >>
* Algorithms Are Shaping Our Lives—Here’s How We Wrest Back Control >>
* DNA Crime-Solving Is Still New, Yet It May Have Gone Too Far >>

* Dangers of Underplanning in Your Agile Projects >>
* GPS-enabled collars allow farmers to steer cows around the farm remotely >>
* A NASA Journey to the Moon May Need to Find Another Rocket or Two >>

* What makes an organization ‘healthy’? >>

* California company says it’s building a flying motorcycle powered by jet engines >>
* An Exercise to Help Your Team Feel More Comfortable with Conflict >>
* A new approach to drugging a difficult cancer target >>

* Ten big global challenges technology could solve >>
* With Tech on the Defensive, SXSW Takes an Introspective Turn >>
* SoftBank-backed Nuro launches autonomous grocery delivery service in Houston >>

* IHMC Developing New Gymnast-Inspired Humanoid Robot >>
* Google Builds Circuit to Solve One of Quantum Computing’s Biggest Problems >>
* How the brain distinguishes between objects >>

* Facebook shows off creepy VR avatars that look and move ‘exactly like you’ >>
* Scientists Call for a Moratorium on Editing Inherited Genes >>
* IBM made a quantum algorithm that could make AI more powerful >>

* Drug-releasing coil in stomach could provide better treatment for TB >>
* AI-powered smartphone cameras are changing the way we see reality >>
* Grasshopper cargo drone leaps 6.5ft into the air when taking off and can travel 62 miles at 112mph >>

* The World’s Recycling Is in Chaos. Here’s What Has to Happen >>
* Researchers Put Machine Learning on Path to Quantum Advantage >>
* Fi’s GPS pet tracker lasts three months between charges >>

* Facebook faces criminal investigation over controversial data sharing deals >>
* China Is Catching Up to the US in AI Research—Fast >>
* ‘Neuroflight’ Drone Controller Gets A Boost From A.I. >>

* Scientists turn nuclear waste into diamond batteries >>
* The Physics Still Hiding in the Higgs Boson >>
* Molecular ‘Clues’ May Predict Breast Cancer Return >>

* The Internet Knows You Better Than Your Spouse Does >>
* Man vs Machine: Robots are so good in the workplace they leave human colleagues ‘disheartened’ and less motivated >>
* The AI Roles Some Companies Forget to Fill >>
* Apple’s WWDC keynote is set for June 3rd >>

* How the Bizarre Economics of Airplanes Raises the Stakes of the Boeing Fallout >>
* Op-ed: Boeing should put ‘safety first’ in action >>
* The World’s Internet Activity Every 60 Seconds, Visualized >>

* The Latest Machine Learning Trends From MIT Professors and Researchers >>
* A Graph-Based Approach to Hunting Zero Day Vulnerabilities in DevOps Pipelines >>
* China to build 5G demonstration hospital in Guangdong >>

* The Future of Containers >>
* A Journey into the Animal Mind >>
* Scaling Microservices: General Strategy >>

* Continuous Testing Insights from Forrester’s Latest Wave >>
* How to Use Google Colaboratory for Video Processing >>
* Cloud-Native Security Challenges and Opportunities >>
* Hierarchy of Cloud Orchestration Technology >>

* Container Concerns >>
* Microsoft brings its DTrace debugger to Windows >>

* DeepMind and Google: the battle to control artificial intelligence >>
* Why Automation is the Only Path Forward for Manufacturing >>
* Technical Skills Are Overrated. Focus on Your Attitude. >>

* APOD Perseverance Valley Panorama >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 March 2019

* Black holes and lasers could let us cheat at interstellar travel >>
* World-class Go-playing AI has learned to do really hard colouring-in >>
* Breaking up Big Tech: Advocates spar over how to trim sails of technology giants at SXSW >>

* Light waves allow scientists to 3D print with multiple materials >>
* Google’s real-time speech recognition AI can run offline on Pixel >>
* Blind users can now explore photos by touch with Microsoft’s Seeing AI >>

* John Brockman’s newly released book Possible Minds: Twenty-Five Ways of Looking at AI (Podcast) >>
* Robots that feed people who can’t feed themselves are here >>
* SpaceX Will Install Two More Raptor Engines and Start StarHopper Tests >>

* Microsoft shows off Project xCloud with Forza running on an Android phone >>
* New Noise-Blocking Material Could Drown Out Drones >>
* What To Do When AI Chatbots Get it Wrong? >>
* Dr. de Grey now suggests 50/50 chance of achieving robust mouse rejuvenation within 3 years >>

* The best image-recognition AIs are fooled by slightly rotated images >>
* Concept moon rover for Japanese space agency that will carry astronauts thousands of miles >>
* Zero-based productivity: Going granular and end-to-end across the supply chain >>

* How intelligent is artificial intelligence? >>
* Can artificial intelligence solve the mysteries of quantum physics? >>
* The best wellness festivals of 2019 >>

* Russian military is building a flying vehicle with rotating paddles >>
* Italy bans unvaccinated children from schools after measles outbreaks >>
* Handheld device could detect CRISPR bioweapons before they spread >>

* Brain scans reveal actors lose their sense of self when acting a role >>
* People who use smartphones spend more time in each other’s company but less time TALKING with one another >>
* Proposing a ‘Declaration of Digital Independence’ >>

* Why A.I. Without Humans Will Not Solve Our Problems >>
* Get ready for targeted ads on your smart TV >>
* Microsoft reminds everyone about Project xCloud with a live demo Public to start ‘this year.’ >>

* Trump emergency order grounds Boeing 737 Max planes >>
* Canada grounds Boeing 737 MAX planes >>
* Boeing is moving to address potential issues in new 737s as Europe bans its plane >>
* Boeing To Make Key Change in 737 MAX Cockpit Software >>
* How to tell if your flight is on a Boeing 737 Max 8 before you book it >>

* As Your Team Gets Bigger, Your Leadership Style Has to Adapt >>
* Digital Transformation Is Not About Technology >>
* 4 Reasons Good Employees Lose Their Motivation >>

* Not a great day for Oracle: Top cloud exec jumps ship, analyst recommends cutting shares >>
* A closer look at Vivo’s all-glass, port-free concept 5G phone >>
* CERN, IBM Collaborate on Quantum Computing >>

* Even James Bond drives electric cars now >>
* Marvell-ous! Chip slinger unleashes 400Gbps switching silicon for the edge >>
* Squeezing More Data Through Less Fiber >>

* NASA considers using a commercial rocket for upcoming trip around the Moon >>

* A New Roadmap for Advanced Lead Batteries >>
* China’s Provincial GDP for 2018 >>
* Asteroids in Collision: A New Model >>

* A New Ion-Drive Transistor Is Here to Interface With Your Brain >>
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