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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 November 2019

November 13, 2019 Leave a comment

* Apple’S 16-Inch Macbook Pro Is Here And It Has A Good Keyboard >>
* Holy crap, maxed out 16-inch MacBook Pro costs $6,099 >>
* MacBook Pro 16” first impressions: Return of the Mack >>

* Watch Today’s Public Impeachment Hearings Live >>
* One-off Friends TV reunion on cards – won’t be a reboot >>
* Incredible (And Terrifying) AI Can Clone Any Voice After Just 5 Seconds Listening >>

* Singularity Out?, Singularity University Is Cutting Staff, CEO Exits >>
* Ray Kurzweil Ci2019 Future of Intelligence, Artificial and Natural >>
* Spotify’s Magic Leap app lets you virtually pin music on the wall >>

* Google Maps will speak the names of foreign places for you >>
* Google wants to be your new bank >>
* Facebook wants you to pay people on Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp >>

* Disney+ already has over 10 million sign-ups >>
* HBO’s former CEO said to be in talks with Apple TV+ for exclusive deal >>
* Verizon is giving away Android TV boxes to home 5G subscribers >>
* Why Is Every Streaming Service Using the Same Pricing Model? >>
* Disney+ allows turn off of most annoying feature Netflix won’t let you disable >>
* Disney+ cuts off ‘Simpsons’ jokes with widescreen episodes >>

* Rocket Lab’s new ‘Rosie the Robot’ speeds up launch vehicle production – by a lot >>
* Fukushima reinvents itself with a $2.7 billion bet on renewables >>
* Audio samples from “Transfer Learning from Speaker Verification to Multispeaker Text-To-Speech Synthesis” >>

* Brave Launches Next-Generation Browser >>
* Mirantis acquires Docker Enterprise >>
* The AI stack that’s changing retail personalization >>

* VR Escape Room Last Labyrinth Available Now >>
* We Teach A.I. Systems Everything, Including Our Biases >>

* Autonomous vehicle delivery impossible without ‘extreme’ automation: Dell CTO >>
* The Universe Will Provide Is Not a Viable Business Strategy >>
* Quantum Computing Is a Bigger Deal Than the Internet >>

* ‘Impossible to defend’: China goes rogue with new weapon >>
* Southeast Asia is seeing a new kind of logistics surge as start-ups apply new technology >>
* China’s record Singles’ Day offers glimpse of future shopping trends as buyers embrace live streaming >>

* Trump deal to share 3D-printed gun blueprints online ruled ‘unlawful’ >>
* The legal battle over 3D-printed guns is far from over >>
* Will 5G Be Bad for Our Health? >>

* How Tesla’s first Gigafactory is changing Reno, Nevada >>
* Boeing 737 Max jets could fly again by January with safety checks under way >>
* American Robots Lose Jobs To Asian Robots as Adidas Shifts Manufacturing >>

* Hayabusa 2 begins long journey home carrying Ryugu asteroid samples >>
* Distant space rock known as Ultima Thule renamed to avoid Nazi links >>
* Google Classroom accessibility empowers inclusive learning >>

* 3d Printing Technique Puts Electronics Right Into Plastic >>
* Review: ‘Felix the Reaper’ Is a Charming But Imperfect Puzzle Game >>
* Microsoft aims to streamline its device-management strategy with Endpoint Manager >>

* Machine learning meets African agriculture >>
* Intel unveils its first chips built for AI in the cloud >>
* How Crime Scene Analysts Collect and Preserve Fingerprints >>

* How AI in the Exam Room Could Reduce Physician Burnout >>
* Google’s CallJoy phone agent for small businesses gets smarter, more conversational >>
* Amazon offers teachers a place to sell resources they create >>

* Predicting Smells, Diversified Sampling, Card Games, and Universal SQL Interface >>
* Evil Tech, Deep Tech, Visualization, and Machine Language Rules >>
* Hikvision has marketed an AI camera that automatically identifies Uyghurs >>

* A 5,000-year-old mindfulness technique might help you make fewer mistakes >>
* Replay on-demand online: Can you boost productivity with infrastructure as code? >>
* Redis releases automatic cluster recovery for Kubernetes and RedisInsight GUI tool >>

* Microsoft’s Hunt for a Topological Quantum Computer Qubit >>
* Five More SpaceX Starlink Launches Until Service Starts for USA and Canada >>
* Elon Tweets that Tesla Will Build Gigafactory in Berlin >>

* Satellites Watched Mercury’s Transit From Space, Confirming That Yes, the Sun Has At Least One Planet >>
* NASA’s Mars 2020 Rover Treks into Vacuum Chamber for Red Planet Survival Tests >>
* Climate Explained: Why Mars is Cold Despite an Atmosphere of Mostly Carbon Dioxide >>

* Hyperledger Fabric : Technical Overview [Part I] >>
* Why Crypto Predictions Are Irrational >>
* The Banks Have Gone Mad and the System is Broken >>

* DataOps, DevOps and the Developer Treating Database Code Just Like App Code >>
* How RealPage Leveraged Full Stack Visibility and Integrated AIOps for SaaS Innovation and Customer Service >>
* Dev-Prod Parity in the Real World >>
* IaaS vs PaaS: Infrastructure as a Service VS Platform as a Service >>

* We Can Choose an Internet Without Surveillance >>
* GitHub for mobile >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 November 2019

November 12, 2019 Leave a comment

* Disney+ has arrived, here’s everything you need to know >>
* World’s First Talking Dog Is a Very Good, Very Smart Girl >>

* Driving Tests Coming for Autonomous Cars >>
* New 5G flaws can track phone locations and spoof emergency alerts >>
* How Salvaging Ancient Shipwrecks Might Lead us to Unveil the Mystery of Dark Matter >>

* See how good the world could be in 2040—if we act on climate solutions now >>
* Finally, Smell a Movie With FeelReal Virtual Reality >>
* As SpaceX Launches 60 Starlink Satellites, Scientists See Threat to ‘Astronomy Itself’ >>

* Sonic the Hedgehog movie tries again with a new trailer >>
* ‘Minecraft Earth’ early access arrives in the US >>
* Should Ships Have Speed Limits? >>

* Open Applications and Solving the Future of Platform Economics >>
* The Future of Trust >>
* LP Show Preview: Chetan Puttagunta, General Partner at Benchmark >>

* Disney Plus is already crashing on its launch day, and fans are annoyed after they paid months in advance >>
* What Netflix must do to compete against Disney Plus and Apple TV Plus >>
* Disney+ vs. the competition: Which offers the best bang for your buck? >>
* Apple TV+’s head of scripted and unscripted shows has left the company >>
* Disney+ could have 100 million subscribers by 2025 >>
* The Mandalorian’s first episode shows that Star Wars can work on the small screen >>
* How to stream Disney+ >>
* Star Wars episodes I-VII are available in 4K HDR on Disney+ >>

* Netflix explains why its apps won’t work on older TVs and set-top boxes >>
* How binge-watching your favourite TV show is fuelling climate change >>
* TV, Video Games, Books and Sports Taking Toll on Sleep >>

* Tesla Autopilot is 8 Times Safer Than Regular US Cars >>
* Alibaba’s Singles’ Day sales top $38 billion >>
* can-ai-built-to-benefit-humanity-also-serve-military >>

* Museum about broken relationships opens in Taiwan >>
* Accelerating the impact from a tech-enabled transformation >>
* Real-Life Telepathy Is Closer Than You Think >>

* The AI stack that’s changing retail personalization >>
* Google’s CallJoy phone agent for small businesses gets smarter, more conversational >>

* Formlabs is making a 3D printer just for dentists >>
* 2019 holiday checklist: help shoppers find local stores >>
* AI Pilot to Address Transboundary Water Challenges in Southern Africa Launches >>

* Economics for hard times >>
* Facebook machine learning aims to modify faces, hands and… outfits >>
* How We Take Care of Ourselves >>

* Burger King is testing 3 new Impossible burgers at 180 locations in the US >>
* Electric cars may be the future, but they’re still critically flawed in a key area >>

* Kodak’s film business saw a revenue increase of 21% last quarter, but overall profit is down >>

* Canon reveals its first two 8K broadcast lenses >>
* Can AI Rescue Modern Medicine From Itself? >>
* Self-Tests for Cervical Cancer Ups Screening Rates >>

* Tesla’s setting up for a strong 2020 that could send the stock to an all time high >>
* This Robot Samurai Fight Will Get You Excited About The Future Again >>
* Google reveals ‘Project Nightingale’ after being accused of secretly gathering personal health records >>

* Amazon offers teachers a place to sell resources they create >>
* Huawei to reward employees with 2 billion yuan bonus for helping it weather impact of US technology ban >>
* Danger of escalating US-China conflict is heightened by advances in AI and quantum computing >>
* Larry Summers: China’s economic weakness could drive ‘problematic’ nationalism >>
* SAFE expands pilot blockchain platform >>

* NASA’s Latest Software Catalog Offers New Codes, Easier Way to Download Free Software >>
* INtel Failed to Fix A Hackable Chip flaw despite a Year of Warnings >>

* Instagram Is Coming for TikTok’s Head By Copying Its Best Features >>
* Instagram copies TikTok with new music-heavy Stories features >>
* Map out Thanksgiving with these tips from Google Maps >>

* Meet ‘Ravenous Jaws’: Amazingly well-preserved skeleton of world’s oldest meat-eating dinosaur that lived 230 million years ago is unearthed in southern Brazil >>
* Goodbye, Phone Calls. Hello, Loneliness >>
* Meditation Can Help You Make Fewer Mistakes >>

* Return of hypnosis: Time to see if it really has a place in medicine >>

* Ultra-Black Is the New Black >>

* Microsoft embraces California data privacy law – don’t expect Google to follow suit >>
* Andrey Markov & Claude Shannon Counted Letters to Build the First Language-Generation Models >>
(IEEE+Spectrum)
* LEMO-The Sky Is the Limit >>
(IEEE+Spectrum)

* The Mercury Transit of 2019 in Photos! The Best Views Until 2032 >>
* Senators Propose Extending Space Station’s Life to 2030 in NASA Authorization Bill >>
* SpaceX Just Launched 60 Starlink Satellites (And Nailed a Milestone Rocket Landing) >>

* China sets up innovation alliance for seawater uranium extraction >>
* How To Write Pythonic Objects >>
* Eyesight nabs $15m deal with US car maker for eye-tracking software >>

* Container Management Configuration, Monitoring and More >>
* Orchestrate Your End to end Mainframe Application Release Pipeline >>
* Can Team Members Be on Multiple Scrum Teams? >>
* How Selenium 4 Relative Locator Can Change The Way You Test >>
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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 November 2019

November 11, 2019 Leave a comment

* The post-exponential era of AI and Moore’s Law >>
* Stingray-inspired spacecraft could eventually probe the atmosphere of Venus >>
* Amazon will launch new grocery store as alternative to Whole Foods >>

* Mysterious Laser Turret Appears On US Navy Destroyer USS Dewey >>
* SpaceX builds out satellite network with a milestone launch >>
* SpaceX launches re-flown fairing and breaks a Falcon 9 booster re-use record >>

* The Mercury Transit of 2019 Has Begun! >>
* YouTube says it has ‘no obligation’ to host anyone’s video >>
* From CIIE to “Double 11”: Chinese consumption shows huge potential >>

* AI to upend melody making, teach artists how to please, Spotify >>
* With free shipping offer, Amazon launches 8th language option: Hebrew >>
* 6G technology expected to launch around 2030 >>

* Fingerprint test could tell if people took drugs or skipped medication >>
* Inside Arkup, A $5.5 Million Solar-Powered Floating Mansion In Miami >>
* Scientists discover mood-altering brain receptor >>

* Adidas closing high-tech ‘robot’ factories in US, Germany just 3 years after opened >>
* People are using mosquito nets for fishing – and it works too well >>
* Does AI Have a Place in Medicine? >>

* AI can predict if you’ll die soon – but we’ve no idea how it works >>

* using light to generate order in an exotic material >>
* Double downtime: Azure DevOps, Google cloud users put the kettle on >>

* The End of the Beginning, Again >>
* Apple Targeting 2022 For Oculus Quest Competitor, 2023 For AR Glasses >>
* VR’s Loaded Xmas Suggests We’re Entering The PS2-Era >>

* TED: What obligation do social media platforms have to the greater good >>
* TED: what_happens_to_people_in_solitary_confinement >>
* Expertise in the Age of YouTube >>

* Drone industry prepares for warp speed, with Israel looking to lead the way >>
* Changsha: from capital of engineering machinery to China’s leader in intelligent manufacturing >>
* Microsoft AI helps diagnose cervical cancer faster >>

* Alibaba Singles Day kicked off with Taylor Swift and a huge, new sales record >>
* Smartphone brands break records in first hours of Singles’ Day shopping festival >>
* Chinese consumers break last year’s Singles’ Day record with 213.5 billion yuan in 16.5 hours >>

* Bring Back the Replaceable Laptop Battery >>
* Levi’s wants to invent the jeans you’ll be wearing in 2050 >>
* NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Snaps Swirly Jovian Vortex View >>

* New trailers: Bad Boys For Life, Pixar’s Soul, Wendy, and more >>
* Dilbert: The Best Way To Succeed >>
* Amazon says it’ll roll out a new grocery store format next year >>

* Watch a Simulation of a Galaxy, From the Big Bang Until the Present Day >>
* Hemp Toilet Paper Could Change The World >>
* Artificial Intelligence Is Too Important to Leave to Google and Facebook Alone >>

* AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X 64 Core & 128 Thread CPU Leaks Out >>
* These 22 deep, absorbing PC games will eat days of your life >>
* Navy Submarine, Missing for 75 Years, Is Found Off Okinawa >>

* How to Engage Physicians in Innovative Health Care Efforts >>
* How EDR stops hackers in their tracks >>
* Google Maps lets you manage your public profile from the Android app >>

* Cloud Computing: How Does It Benefit Your Business? >>
* The Accelerating Cloud Wars >>
* Microsoft Extends Azure Reach to On-Premises IT Environs >>
* devShop >>

* Run a Jenkins Instance From Code >>
* Gun-detecting cameras ‘effective’ during testing at Christchurch mosque >>
* Reducing breast cancer deaths with the help of AI technology >>

* Microsoft’s new videos make boring software look sexy again >>
* Android ecosystem is not ready for adolescent Pixel 4 >>
* Amazon is opening its own grocery store in 2020 >>

* A Dad Took A Photo Of His Daughter Every Week — Here’s Her Growth From Birth To 20 Years Old >>
* Man Pulls Off An Impossible Jenga Move >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11 November 2019

November 10, 2019 Leave a comment

* Airplane Mode; AMC Games’ first title is the intentionally boring ‘Airplane Mode’ >>
* Fukushima Had Less Radiation Outside the Plant than Kerela Background Radiation Levels >>
* Vodafone Test Track remote controlling a train over 5G. >>

* AI blood test can spot signs of brain tumor to speed up diagnosis >>
* Ancient gas cloud reveals universe’s first stars formed quickly >>
* You Can Get A Master’s In Cannabis In Maryland >>

* Why Designing Our Own Biology Will Be the Next Big Thing in Medicine >>
* The rise of microchipping: are we ready for technology to get under the skin? >>
* MIT shows off ‘virtually indestructible’ mini cheetah robots in a synchronized dance and soccer game >>

* African AI Experts Get Excluded From a Conference—Again >>
* People with more empathy may actually increase political divisions >>
* Google’s cybersecurity project ‘Chronicle’ is in trouble >>

* Develop the next must-have app with this set of online courses >>
* Tesla ‘Cybertruck’ Pickup unveiling event set for November 21 at SpaceX HQ >>
* Implantable artificial kidney achieves preclinical milestone >>

* David Pearce — Foundational Values for the Future — What is God’s Utility Function? >>
* AMD Unveils the World’s Most Powerful Desktop CPUs >>
* The Ocean Cleanup >>

* Data science is not a science project >>
* Why hospitals are a weak spot in U.S. cybersecurity >>
* Amazon’s Ring Video Doorbell Lets Attackers Steal Your Wi-Fi Password >>

* Trump downplays impeachment inquiry as public hearings approach >>

* Full video of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s keynote speech at CIIE >>
* WIRED25: Mihir Shukla, Cofounder/CEO, Automation Anywhere >>
* WIRED25: Ben Horowitz on company culture >>
* WIRED25: Adam Mosseri, Head of Instagram, and Tracee Ellis Ross, Actor, Producer, and CEO >>
* WIRED25: LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner in conversation with Nick Thompson >>
* WIRED25: Chris Cox, Former Chief Product Officer, Facebook, in conversation with WIRED’s Lauren Goode >>
* WIRED25: Anne Neuberger, Director of Cybersecurity, National Security Agencyz >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 10 November 2019

November 9, 2019 Leave a comment

* Elon Musk says building first sustainable city on Mars will take 1,000 Starships, 20 years >>
* Watch MIT’s ‘mini cheetah’ robots frolic, fall, flip – and play soccer together
* Morning After: Instagram will test hiding ‘Like’ counts in US >>

* Optimizing customer retention will be a priority in 2020 >>
* Microsoft uses AI to diagnose cervical cancer faster in India >>
* Facebook, YouTube delete posts claiming to name Ukraine whistleblower >>

* African ai experts get excluded rom a conference again >>
* Python Finally Overtakes Java on GitHub >>
* How banking-as-a-service (BaaS) works and industry outlook >>

* Photoshop for iPad bombs, Google Play’s new rewards program, iOS bug fixes >>
* McKinsey Faces Criminal Inquiry Over Bankruptcy Case Conduct >>
* Popular Android phones can be tricked into snooping on their owners >>

* New trailers: Bad Boys For Life, Pixar’s Soul, Wendy, and more >>
* Top Movie and TV Trailers of Week: ‘House Of The Dragon,’ ‘Soul,’ and More >>
* Will Smith Shares His First Colonoscopy: ‘Took Me 3 Hours To Put My Underwear On’ >>
* Westworld season three teaser brings us to Silicon Valley >>

* Visualizing an AI model’s blind spots >>
* The Week in Tech: TikTok Is in Trouble >>
* Adobe deals with ‘painful’ early reviews of Photoshop for iPad >>

* This Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through November 9) >>
* Opinion: It’s arrogant to assume humans will never imbue AI with consciousness >>
* A Black Hole in Our Solar System >>

* Adobe is testing a live-streaming feature for its Creative Cloud apps >>
* Answering society’s call: A new leadership imperative >>
* Will robots take your job before you even graduate? >>

* Why industrials should pursue a tech-enabled transformation now >>
* ‘Pad Abort’ Success Keeps Boeing’s Starliner on Track for December Launch to Space Station >>
* Japanese ‘Shooting-Star’ Satellite to Launch on Landmark Rocket Lab Flight This Month >>

* AI Thriller ‘neXt’ Takes a Frightening Look at Modern Society’s Relationship with Technology >>
* Human Heart Cells Beat Differently in Microgravity, Which May Benefit Astronauts >>
* Is a New Particle Changing the Fate of the Universe? >>

* Bitcoin and the disruption of monetary oppression >>
* Building high-performing engineering teams, one pixel at a time >>
* Cognitive biases in the architect’s life >>
* The three-headed dog: Architecture, process, structure >>
* The ultimate guide to complicated systems >>
* Controlled chaos: The inevitable marriage of DevOps and security >>
* Probabilistic Scripting, Static Analysis, Visual Forensics, and Uninformed Consent >>
* From the trenches: Patrick Kua >>

* Record-Holding Moon Mission Marks a Decade in Orbit >>
* NASA Opens Untouched Apollo Moon Rock Sample for First Time in 40 Years >>

* China Says Its Mars Landing Technology Is Ready for 2020 >>
* FedEx Ground Uses Virtual Reality to Train and Retain Package Handlers >>
* SpaceX Starlink $28 Million Air Force Contract Has Delivered 610 Mbps to Military Plane >>

* Bloodhound rocket car target of 550mph put on ice after engine overheat >>
* 5 things Go taught me about open source? >>
* A Safe Smoking Gadget. Vodka Made from Air, and more news >>

* AI Could Help Diagnose Dogs Suffering From Chronic Pain >>
* Apple Arcade now has 100 games >>
* Berkeley scientists develop better batteries for storing renewable energy >>

* How Zero Trust Architecture Keeps Your Data Safe >>
* A Matter of Self-Importance >>
* AI Researcher Anca Dragon on Helping Robots Understand Humans >>

* The world’s smallest 8K 360 camera can fit in your pocket >>
* Babies are less afraid when they can smell their mothers >>

* Google’s AI education tool makes it easy to train models for your projects >>
* How Microsoft is trying to become more innovative >>

* Is China Actually Stealing American Jobs and Wealth? >>
* NASA’s SLS Rocket Visualization May Help Accelerate Spacecraft Design >>
* Plant-inspired robot can squeeze into tight spaces while carrying heavy tools >>

* Original Content podcast: Apple’s star-studded ‘Morning Show’ gets off to a bumpy-but-promising start
* NICER Telescope Spots Brightest X-Ray Burst Ever Observed >>

* Virtual Reality Project Shows Life and Science on the Space Station >>
* Incredible Video Shows a SpaceX Rocket Fairing Plunging into the Ocean >>
* Can Big Data Help Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease? >>

* Morgan Stanley Models SpaceX Value at $120+ Billion With Starlink >>
* AI discovered Copernicus’ heliocentricity on its own >>

* Cloudflare CEO Matthew Prince on the Struggles aof policing the Web >>

* GitLab Director Resigns, Says It’s Engaging In ‘Retaliatory Behavior’ >>
* How Virtual Reality is Augmenting Realty >>

* Vape lung ‘breakthrough’ suggests lethal culprit in THC products could be vitamin E acetate
* Japanese company trains AI to recognize different types of breads and pastries and is selling the technology to bakeries >>

* Students develop AI that calculates when and where lightning will strike 30 MINUTES before with 80% accuracy >>
* Building the first holographic brain ‘atlas’ >>
* James Dean set to star in new film 64 years after his death with help from CGI >>

* What does the US want from China? What is its endgame? >>
* Andrew Yang’s Campaign Sends Encouraging Reddit Letter To Supporters >>
* The world is obsessed with Chlöe Swarbrick’s ‘OK, boomer’ jibe >>
* Vodafone ‘taskforce’ working with overseas providers to stamp out scam calls >>

* The Complete CI/CD Collection [Tutorials] >>
* Airlines expect 737 MAX grounding to last nearly a year >>

* 2,101 billionaires globally – up almost 40% from five years ago >>
* Jeff Bezos reportedly called Michael Bloomberg and asked him if he would run for president earlier this year >>
* Hey, Alexa: Can a robot with AI or your voice assistant help you feel less lonely? >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 November 2019

November 7, 2019 Leave a comment

* Who owns life? The world is about to decide, with huge ramifications >>
* Three-Body Problem Perplexed Astronomers Since Newton Formulated It. A.I. Just Cracked It in Under a Second. >>
* Why Is the Three-Body Problem Unsolvable? >>

* SpaceX Test-Fires Rocket for Next Launch of 60 Starlink Satellites >>
* Watch The Bloodhound LSR Supercar Hits 501 MPH >>
* OpenAI has published the text-generating AI it said was too dangerous to share >>
* No, Luther, Cops Cant get DNA via Face-punch >>

* Electric cars could be causing a pollution CRISIS >>
* Crispr Takes Its First Steps in Editing Genes to Fight Cancer >>
* CRISPR Approach To Fighting Cancer Called ‘Promising’ In 1st Safety Test >>

* Susan Schneider: “Artificial You: AI and the Future of Your Mind” | Talks at Google >>
* MIT develops a robot that can grow like a plant when it needs some extra reach >>
* Powerful computer vision algorithms are now small enough to run on your phone >>

* Radar trends to watch: November 2019 >>
* Highlights from the O’Reilly Velocity Conference in Berlin 2019 >>
* The new norms of cloud native >>
* Secure reliable systems >>
* Observability: Understanding production through your customers’ eyes >>
* My love letter to computer science is very short and I also forgot to mail it >>
* Modern machine learning architectures: Data and hardware and platform, oh my >>
* DNS Wars, Company Culture, Separating Musical Stems, and Program Synthesis >>
* A world of deepfakes >>
* Everything is a little bit broken; or, The illusion of control >>

* First public hearings in Trump impeachment inquiry to begin next week: House intelligence chair >>
* China officially launches 6G research and development >>
* Extreme Weather Could Wreak Havoc on Cemeteries >>

* Why Groups Struggle to Solve Problems Together >>
* 11 years remain to fight climate change – what progress have we made? >>
* When Companies Support Pumping Breastmilk at Work, Everyone Benefits >>

* Did apes first walk upright on two legs in Europe, not Africa? >>
* A Black Hole in Our Solar System >>

* Netflix to stop working on some smart televisions next month >>
* Uber test vehicles involved in 37 crashes before fatal self-driving incident >>
* Experimental dengue vaccine cuts infection rates in real-world trials >>

* Driverless Tesla coasting along mall parking lot raises questions, causes confusion >>
* Google’s AI education tool makes it easy to train models for your projects >>
* AMD unveils its next-gen Threadripper CPUs with up to 32 cores >>

* 8 Hero Dogs That We Don’t Deserve >>
* 100 Years Ago, Albert Einstein Became a Legend >>

* Gartner Says the Future of Network Security Lies with SASE >>
* Don’t Let Vulnerabilities Create a Hole in Your Organization >>
* Bypassing GitHub’s OAuth flow >>

* Economic globalization “surges forward in relentless flow” >>
* Chinese central enterprises sign deals at second CIIE >>

* Nanorobots on track to revolutionise disease treatment, within a decade >>
* How AI and human rights have been dragged into the US-China tech war, threatening wider split >>

* Microsoft HoloLens 2 ships today for $3,500 >>
* Uber may have to pay Waymo to use its self-driving tech >>
* NTSB Investigation Into Deadly Uber Self-Driving Car Crash Reveals Lax Attitude Toward Safety >>

* Plant-based dairy replacements are coming to ice cream pints >>
* TinyML >>
* Google upgrades its no-coding, in-browser AI trainer to make it more functional >>

* Netflix CEO says time spent streaming matters more than subscriptions >>
* NASA Cracked Open a 47-Year-Old Moon Rock >>
* New self-driving Ubers reportedly have better detection of pedestrians >>

* TensorFlow 2.0 Tutorial in 10 Minutes >>
* Elon Musk announces Tesla ‘cybertruck’ reveal date >>
* Anchor makes it easier to record one-minute podcast trailers >>

* Amazon Ring doorbells exposed home Wi-Fi passwords to hackers >>
* Can’t find the new Apple TV+ shows, like ‘Dickinson?’ This shortcut can help. >>

* Alarmed by Libra, EU to look into issuing public digital currency >>
* Airbnb will verify every listing in the name of safety >>
* Green jobs now employ 10x more people than fossil fuel >>

* McDonald’s new CEO had a global town hall about the future of the fast-food giant >>
* The ‘Stargate’ streaming service is closing shop and moving to YouTube >>

* Blockchain Job Boom Continues >>
* YouTube’s homepage redesign focuses on usability, giving you control over recommendations >>
* 10 picky reasons to choose a cloud >>

* 3D Printing Rockets in Outer Space? This Company’s Going for It >>
* A New Robotic Instrument Will Map Millions of Galaxies and Reveal Dark Energy’s History >>
* Boeing Just Sent NASA Its Moon Lander Idea for Artemis Astronauts. Here It Is. >>

* Mars Society Founder Makes Case for ‘Mars Direct’ Path to the Red Planet >>
* 5,000 Mini-Eyes Just Blinked Open to Scan the Skies for Dark Energy >>

* Yes, the ‘Von Braun’ Space Hotel Idea Is Wild. But Could We Build It by 2025? >>
* Discovering Extraterrestrial Life Would Be Slow and Uncertain >>

* A New Deal for Big Tech: Next-Generation Regulation Fit for the Internet Age >>
* Web Summit November 4-7 >>
* New pathway for lung cancer treatment >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 7 November 2019

November 6, 2019 Leave a comment

* AI: British scientists create robot that can move things out of the way to get the milk out of the fridge >>
* Game-Changer Warrant Let Detective Search Genetic Database >>
* 2nd CIIE kicks off in Shanghai >>

* Functional Programming, Fake News in Elections, De-Identification in Video, and Sendmail Lessons Learned >>
* Google is helping Design and Open Source , Ultra-Secure Chip >>
* Chinese drone maker DJI’s latest crop protection drone T20 unveiled in Shenzhen >>

* Adobe’s Project Sweet Talk makes portraits come alive >>
* An Energy Breakthrough Could Store Solar Power For Decades >>

* TED: The business case for working with your toughest critics >>
* TED: What open water swimming taught me about resilience >>
* All Day DevOps 2019 >>
* AI4Good: Canadian Lab Empowers Women in Computer Science – Ep. 103 >>
* DevOpsTV: Troubles in Kubernetes Land Vault to the Rescue >>
* WIRED25 Livestream: Watch the Future Unfold Here >>
* Take a virtual tour through Rocket Lab’s New Zealand rocket launch facility >>

* Research: How Women and Men View Competition Differently >>
* Robinhood has a glitch that’s letting users borrow far more than they should >>
* Samsung’s Next Smartphone Camera Might Have 100 Megapixels >>

* SpaceX Goes For Two Big Reuse Milestones With Next Launch >>
* Elon Musk says SpaceX’s Starship could fly for as little as $2 million per launch >>
* Fire fighting: New virtual reality technology used to train firefighters in Northland >>

* Harvard’s UrchinBot Is One of the Weirdest Looking Robots We’ve Ever Seen >>
(IEEE+Spectrum)
* SpaceX First Production Starlink Launch Targets November 11, 2019 >>
* SpaceX and Boeing Could be Ready to Fly Astronauts in the First Quarter of 2020 >>

* We Need a Global Standard for Reporting Cyber Attacks >>
* You should change your area of expertise every 10 years. Here’s why. >>
* Google enlists mobile security firms to help rid Google Play of bad Android apps >>
* Quantum Computer Made from Photons Achieves a New Record >>

* Leica’s full-frame SL2 mirrorless camera has 5K video and higher resolution >>
* SaaS Apps Are Less Compliant Than You Think: An Analysis of The Top 1,000 SaaS Apps >>

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