Futureseek Daily Link Review; 6 September 2019

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* Spaceline: an Elevator From the Earth to the Moon – >>
* Watch TC Sessions: Enterprise live stream right here >>
* Soft robotics breakthrough manages immune response for implanted devices >>

* These Jumping, Flapping Microrobots Could Swarm On Far-Off Worlds >>
* UK court backs police use of face recognition, but fight isn’t over >>
* Forget politics. For now deepfakes are new bullies >>

* Loch Ness monster may just be giant eel – scientists >>
* Report: Internal Apple Code Suggests ‘Garta’ AR Device, ‘StarBoard’ Spatial Interface >>
* Stripe Capital >>

* Apple’s 2020 iPhones could have in-display fingerprint readers >>
* Thieves are now using AI deepfakes to trick companies into sending them money >>
* IFA 2019 Day 2: Everything announced so far at Europe’s biggest tech show >>

* All languages, however different, convey information at the same rate >>
* Police robot can be flung through windows and distract suspects >>

* How graph algorithms improve machine learning >>

* 2019 Accelerate State of DevOps Survey Results Are In >>
* Automating Container Security with AWS and Lacework >>
* Dial A for AI: Charter Boosts Customer Service with AI – Ep. 95 >>

* How big is a proton? We may finally have the answer to this puzzle >>
* Malaria breakthrough as scientists find ‘highly effective’ way to kill parasite >>
* Netflix’s ‘Remind Me’ alerts you when new shows arrive >>

* Strange Respiratory Disease Linked to E-Cigs and Vaping >>
* Enable smart text analytics using Amazon Elasticsearch Search and Amazon Comprehend >>
* Cultural Competency, Computer-Generated Sound, Bottom-Up CS, and Continuous Compliance >>

* Free software advocate Richard Stallman spoke at Microsoft Research this week >>
* Google wants to help tech companies know less about you >>
* Google launches an open-source version of its differential privacy library >>

* Google’s new feature will help you find something to watch >>
* How Amazon’s Shipping Empire Is Challenging UPS and FedEx >>
* Students who never go on dates are happier and more sociable than in relationships >>

* Human Speech May Have a Universal Transmission Rate: 39 Bits Per Second >>
* Microsoft will test xCloud game streaming in Korea next month >>
* Police Use of Facial Recognition Is Accepted by British Court >>

* Samsung’s Galaxy Fold arrives in Korea September 6, US in ‘coming weeks’ >>
* Samsung’s Galaxy A90 5G might make you forget about the Galaxy S10 5G >>
* A Creative Force in Understanding Gene >>

* Brain circuit connects feeding and mood in response to stress >>
* No Digging Required: Space Mining on the Moon and Beyond May Be Solar Powered >>
* Looking for Lurkers: A New Way to do SETI >>

* Facebook’s latest leak includes data on millions of users (updated) >>
* Facebook Dating launches in the US, adds Instagram integration >>
* Astronauts Test Retro Spacesuit Tech for Mock Mars Missions Under the Sea >>

* Building Quantum Skills With Tools For Developers, Researchers and Educators >>
* Atlassian launches free tiers for all its cloud products, extends premium pricing plan >>
* Early version of the new ‘Plants vs. Zombies’ is available today for $30 >>

* Google is going to tell you what TV shows and movies you want to watch >>
* Unlicensed Spectrum May Be Critical to 5G >>
* Jaden Smith’s Just Water just hit $100 million valuation >>

* 22 Million Pounds of Plastics Enter the Great Lakes Each Year >>
* China Hacked Asian Telcos To Spy on Uighur Travelers >>
* Facebook Blocks Sharing of Links to Prominent Pirate Sites >>

* A single severe head injury can trigger long-term brain damage >>

* Are you smarter than a robot? AI makes history by acing tests designed for 8th and 12th graders >>
* Coral reefs are now spawning out of sync and might fail to reproduce >>

* Einstein’s black holes are not the black holes we see in reality >>

* AgeX Discussion of Aging and Regeneration >>
* A biocompatible magnetic skin that could enable new wearable systems >>

* Johns Hopkins opening a new psychedelic research center, studying use of ‘magic mushrooms’ and more >>
* Studying the Superhuman >>
* Epoxy Offers 5.5 W/(m•K) Thermal Conductivity >>

* Gravity Flying Suit Added Wings For Longer Range Flight >>
* Live updates: Team NZ launch America’s Cup boat >>
* What Happens to a People When Their Land Sinks Into the Ocean? >>

* Spider-Man: Far From Home VR (Valve Index Controller Beta) Gameplay >>
* 20 SNES games are coming to Nintendo Switch tomorrow >>
* 28 GHz 5G New Radio InterOperability Device Testing >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 June 2019

* Your Google Calendar Isn’t Safe, an Eye-Controlled TV, and More News >>
* First steps taken for vaccine pills >>
* Scrum gone wild in 15 cartoons >>

* Scientists Use Sound To See Around Corners >>
* Goldman Sachs is sounding the alarm: Tech stocks are overvalued >>
* Is YouTube too big to fix everything? >>

* CARMENES: Two Habitable Zone Planets around a Nearby Red Dwarf >>
* DeepMind Teaches AI Teamwork >>
* New Website Replays Apollo 11 First Moon Landing Mission in Real Time >>

* Laundry day in space: How do astronauts wash their clothes? >>
* MongoDB gets a data lake, new security features and more >>
* Microsoft to add more smarts, plus a presentation coach, to PowerPoint >>

* Volvo’s self-driving buses and trucks will run on NVIDIA tech >>
* What Post Scarcity Means >>
* World Population Expected to Reach 9.7 Billion in 2050, United Nations Reports >>

* IBM AI helps predict breast cancer a year before it appears >>
* Why are we so pessimistic? >>
* Automated cryptocode generator is helping secure the web >>

* Fully Automated Luxury Communism: a timely vision >>
* Two hours of nature per week is critical to your wellbeing, Exeter Medical School researchers say >>

* Magnet Sets World Record at 45.5 Teslas >>
* 6 Traits of Strong Family Businesses >>
* Speed Breeding Lets Us Develop Six Generations of Crops Instead of Two Each Year >>

* What to Expect When LightSail 2 Launches into Space >>
* Watch Scientists Melt a Satellite Part to See How Stuff Burns Up During Reentry >>
* Twin NASA Satellites Will Ride SpaceX Falcon Heavy to Study Earth’s Ionosphere >>

* Inflatable Heat Shield Could Deliver Heavy Payloads to Worlds With a Thick Atmosphere >>
* NASA Is Tracking One of Earth’s Most Valuable Resources — Water >>
* Safety Panel Calls on NASA to Apply Commercial Crew Lessons for Artemis >>

* A severe autoimmune condition may be triggered by ‘good’ gut bacteria >>
* 2 billion people will need this tech by 2050: Injured vet shares the good and bad >>
* Lenovo Yoga Chromebook C630 review: killer 4K display >>

* J.P. Morgan working on a secretive digital banking project >>
* MIT researchers develop robot that can learn to identify objects based on sight and touch >>

* People hate flying, and it could lead to the demise of the airline industry >>
* Commercial space companies have received $7.2 billion in government investment since 2000 >>
* YouTuber Simone Giertz transformed a Tesla Model 3 into a pickup truck >>

* Uber air taxi designs: six eVTOL vehicles that could take you on your first trip >>
* Chinese app Manbang handled US$100 billion worth of goods a year by matching shippers with truckers >>
* It’s quiet out there: scientists fail to hear signals of alien life >>

* Google search results will show where song lyrics come from >>
* Cloud Technology Impact on Big Enterprises >>
* Routing External Traffic Into Your Kubernetes Services >>

* Would Facebook be better if we paid for it? >>
* Scientists amazed as Canadian permafrost thaws 70 years early >>
* Apache NiFi Overview >>

* Examining the Essential Elements >>
* Amazon expands air cargo fleet with 15 more planes, will have 70 planes by 2021 >>
* Two potentially life-friendly planets found orbiting a nearby star >>

* New York set to legalize e-scooters and e-bikes >>
* New Deepfake Algorithm Allows You To Text-Edit the Words of a Speaker In a Video >>
* Microsoft finally releases Hyper-V Server 2019 >>

* Is your product’s AI annoying people? >>
* Perspectives and Approaches in AI Ethics: East Asia >>

* Chinese Scientist Defends Splicing Human Brain Gene Into Monkeys >>
* *CRINGE* Guy Uncomfortably Has To Rate 10 Women By Their Looks And Personalities >>
* $500,000 for a computer? How much did a computer cost the year you were born? >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 June 2019

* Comcast built an eye-control remote to help users with movement issues >>
* Domino’s will use self-driving vehicles to deliver pizza in Houston >>
* Daily Crunch: Huawei predicts $30B in lost revenue >>

* MIT develops a system to give robots more human senses >>
* Mobile phones could soon protect themselves against pickpockets by detecting thieves and vibrating rapidly so the device is too ‘slippery’ to be picked up >>
* NASA reveals how magnetic field around the giant black hole at centre of Milky Way has stopped it from devouring the matter around it >>

* Comcast adds gaze control to its accessible remote software >>
* Multiverse Databases, Detecting Photoshopping, Simulation Platform, and Tail-Call Optimization: The Musical >>
* Germans can soon use their iPhones as virtual ID cards >>

* Intel is doing the hard work necessary to make sure robots can operate your microwave >>
* Hubble Space Telescope Spots Explosive Galaxy >>
* Waymo’s self-driving Jaguar I-Pace vehicles are now testing on public roads >>

* New trailers: Doctor Sleep, Frozen 2, Pennyworth, and more >>
* Over-the-air wireless charging will come to smartphones >>
* Social Responsibility Report 2018; Creating change that matters >>

* Silicon And Your Phone Could Lead To Home Diagnostics >>
* What AI “App Stores” Will Mean for Radiology >>
* Dogs evolved a special muscle that lets them make puppy dog eyes >>

* How the internet is affecting the human brain: Multitasking and relying on Google to jog our memories is impacting on our concentration and social skills >>
* Mobile phones are changing the human skeleton: People spend so much time hunched over screens that ‘bony spikes’ are developing on the backs of our skulls >>
* Hospitals may divert ambulances to avoid treating certain patients >>

* AI could be the key to catching Type 1 diabetes much earlier >>
* AI-Aided Video Surveillance Will Watch and Silently Judge Us >>
* Bill Gates just backed a chip startup that uses light to turbocharge AI >>

* Study identifies protein that causes ‘exhaustion’ of immune system cells >>
* Samsung TVs should be regularly virus-checked, company says >>

* Data, Surveillance, and the AI Arms Race >>
* NASA Eyes Wild Space Tech Ideas to Mine the Moon (and Asteroids, Too!) >>
* NASA’s ‘Green’ Fuel Will Make Its Space Debut on SpaceX Falcon Heavy Mission >>

* California Tests a Digital ‘Fire Alarm’ for Mental Distress >>
* 360-Degree Infinity Pool for a London Skyscraper is “A Little Bit James Bond” >>

* Adobe’s new painting and drawing app will be called Adobe Fresco >>
* 7,000 Developers Report Their Top Languages: Java, JavaScript, and Python >>
* How the US Military’s Latest Surveillance Technology Was Inspired by Hollywood >>

* NASA Wants to Build a ‘Starshade’ to Hunt Alien Planets. Here’s How It Would Work >>
* ESA Advanced Concepts Team Interstellar Workshop >>
* Book recommendations–present, future and past >>

* ESO’s Very Large Telescope Upgrade Aids Hunt for Habitable Exoplanets >>
* Clockwise nabs $11M Series A to make your calendar smarter >>
* Enterprise app management made simpler with managed Google Play iframe >>

* ‘Game of Thrones’ Star Lena Headey Wanted a ‘Better Death’ for Cersei >>
* Fish and chips could be off the menu as global warming threatens >>
* Who should pay when medical drugs become too expensive to buy? >>

* American Airlines now offers satellite-based Wi-Fi access across its mainline fleet >>
* Where do atoms come from? Billions of years of cosmic fireworks. >>
* India plans to launch space station by 2030 >>

* In Praise of Dadfluencers >>
* Teaching artificial intelligence to connect senses like vision and touch >>
* ‘Genius’ Site Said It Used Morse Code To Catch Google Stealing Song Lyrics >>

* Relativity to Build Factory for 3D-Printed Rockets at NASA’s Stennis Space Center >>
* Sunrise, Sunset: Amazing Astronaut Views Show Our Changing Planet from Space >>
* Breaking ground, IBM Haifa team holds live robot debate fed by crowd arguments >>

* A Comprehensive Hands-on Guide to Transfer Learning with Real-World Applications in Deep Learning >>
* why-mazda-is-purging-touchscreens-from-its-vehicles >>
* Amazon Prime Day 2019: Leaked start date, plus some items already on sale >>

* Tim Cook says Silicon Valley has created too much chaos >>
* 2020 Polestar 1 first drive review: Powering the future >>
* How to Invest in AI >>

* New York is poised to legalize electric scooters and bikes >>
* Cloud Technology Impact on Big Enterprises >>
* How Cloud is Boosting Global Digital Transformation >>

* 5_challenges_we_could_solve_by_designing_new_proteins >>
* Global AI chip market to grow tenfold in next five years: white paper >>
* First test run for train on line to Beijing’s new Daxing airport >>

* Ericsson, Nokia secure key 5G contracts in China >>
* Video of a robot getting beaten is fake, but feeling sorry for machines is no joke >>

* Bring the Flying-V Hype Down to Earth >>
* This Man’s World Record-Setting Pyramid Is Made Up Of Over One Million Pennies >>
* SIM swap horror story: I’ve lost decades of data and Google won’t lift a finger >>

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