Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 June 2019

* This flying motorcycle takes coolness to new heights >>
* This autonomous firefighting robot is badass — Strictly Robots >>
* German circus uses 3D holograms instead of real animals >>

* Catch-22 That Broke the Internet >>
* Forget the porch. Walmart will deliver groceries right to your fridge starting this fall >>

* E3 2019: Video games are following data and video into the cloud. >>
* What to expect at E3 2019: Live stream info, games galore, and maybe a new Xbox? >>
* Video Friday: Humanoid Robot Digit Takes a Stroll Downtown >>

* Yoga keeps the mind and body young, 22 clinical trials show >>
* SpaceX Falcon Heavy Launch Delayed 2 Days to June 24 >>
* A Radar to Watch You in Your Car >>

* Introducing Google Research Football >>
* Engineering a Medical Revolution; Manufacturing immunotherapies in machines >>
* Scanning Your Eyes for Alzheimer’s >>

* Personality, Gender, and Age in the Language of Social Media: The Open-Vocabulary Approach >> >>
* The Skim Reaper Is Coming to Protect You From Credit Card Theft >>
* This Robot Ostrich Can Ride Around on Hovershoes >>

* Google: Cutting us off from Huawei is a security risk >>
* Google continues to preach multi-cloud approach with Looker acquisition >>
* 360-Foot Asteroid Just Shot Past Earth At Nearly 50,000 MPH >>

* For Two Hours, European Mobile Traffic Was Rerouted Through China >>
* FedEx ends express delivery contract with Amazon >>
* Behind the wheel of Lamborghini’s supercomputer on wheels >>

* World View’s Stratollite Balloon Stays Aloft for 16 Days on Key Test Mission >>
* Pioneering Deep-Space Atomic Clock Taking Flight This Month >>
* PBS Series ‘Chasing the Moon’ Takes a New Look at the Apollo-Era Space Race >>

* A Weird ‘Radio Bridge’ 10 Million-Light Years Long Links Colliding Galaxy Clusters >>
* ‘Space Racers’ Contest Brings Grandparents’ Apollo Memories to Kids >>
* Turning unstructured text into insights with Bewgle powered by AWS >>

* The Purpose Of Life Is Not Happiness: It’s Usefulness >>
* The power of doing nothing at all >>

* Telomere length unaffected by smoking: study >>
* Algorithm provides customized caffeine strategy for alertness >>
* Tackling bias in artificial intelligence (and in humans) >>

* Audi proves two little screens are better than one big screen >>
* AI Course with Sebastian Thrun and Peter Norvig: Udacity Course >>
* Amazon says drone deliveries coming ‘within months’ >>
* Harvard breakthrough shows stem cells can be genetically edited in the body >>

* Humans ingest at least 50,000 plastic particles a year >>
* Are we confusing money with well-being? New Zealand’s leaders believe so. >>
* Empathy in healthcare is finally making a comeback >>

* Behind Lamborghini’s supercomputer on wheels >>
* What Is the Black Hole Information Paradox? >>
* IEEE President Moura on the Importance of Financial Transparency >>

* We Have Room to Add 35% More Trees Globally to Store 160 Billion Tons of CO2 >>
* Quantum Computer Encryption Breaking Breakthrough >>

* Visual Studio Code 1.35: Remote Development, TypeScript and (sigh) another new icon >>
* AT&T’s streaming bundle with HBO could start at $16 >>
* Bezos Says Amazon Will Bet Even Bigger Despite Antitrust Probes >>

* Every New Employee Needs an Onboarding “Buddy” >>
* Cisco to buy IoT security, management firm Sentryo >>
* Drug makes tumors more susceptible to chemo >>

* Energy of Deep Learning, Open Source Game Clones, Better Batteries, and Video Magic >>
* GANs for Good: Digitizing Sketches of the Earth’s Surface with the AI Behind Deep Fakes >>
* Google Maps shows your speed while you’re driving >>

* Google Search won’t show more than two top results from the same site >>
* NASA’s Mars Helicopter begins final testing phase before 2020 mission >>
* Helping Stay-at-Home Parents Reenter the Workforce >>

* How The World Might End, According To Stuff You Should Know’s Josh Clark >>
* Jeff Bezos wants to build the infrastructure for space startups >>
* NASA declares International Space Station ‘open for business,’ including private astronaut visits >>

* Neurons’ “antennae” are unexpectedly active in neural computation >>
* A generic drug from Argentina offers cystic fibrosis families hope >>
* AWS DeepRacer League: June race gets underway, as first Virtual Circuit champion crowned! >>

* Anyone can now play with sophisticated AIs thanks to a desktop app >>
* As Predicted Some Of Australias Turtles Are Going Extinct >>
* Bad Night’s Sleep Can Spike Your Blood Pressure >>

* Huge asteroid that hit the moon may be preserved below the surface >>
* NASA will let people pay to stay on the International Space Station >>
* You might be able to play third-party video games on your Tesla soon >>

* Finding the future of care provision: the role of smart hospitals >>
* Robot baristas are latest front in South Korea automation push >>
* Private Astronauts Could Spend a Month in Space Under New NASA Plan >>

* Jeff Bezos says space exploration is needed to ‘save the Earth’ and claims Blue Origin will build the infrastructure to get humans to other planets >>
* NASA’s Mars Helicopter has passed another flight test >>
* 1.2 billion reasons Singapore tech firms think Africa is next big thing >>

* Does pornography still drive the internet? >>
* Powerful CRISPR upgrade uses ‘jumping genes’ to directly insert DNA >>
* Creating an AI can be five times worse for the planet than a car >>

* There’s a fundamental limit to the amount of energy our bodies can use >>
* Oozing white mucus from giant salamanders makes excellent medical glue >>
* Computex a wild ride with dueling chip releases, new laptops and 467 startups >>

* Telemedicine Makes It Safe to Get Abortion Drugs in the Mail >>
* AI-powered subreddit has been simulating the real thing for years >>
* Urban-X accelerator backs seven new companies pitching services for the world’s cities >>

* Robust.AI launches to build an industrial-grade cognitive platform for robots >>
* Robocalls Can Now Get Blocked By Your Carrier By Default >>
* Ocado plans to pack up fragile fruit and vegetables with robotic ‘soft hands’ >>

* If Your Managers Aren’t Engaged, Your Employees Won’t Be Either >>
* IBM Research AI Moves Machine Learning Forward at ICML 2019 >>
* Software Engineering for Machine Learning, Generalizations in Learning, Computer Dance, and Firefighting in Product Development >>

* Congress Is Debating—Again—Whether Genes Can Be Patented >>
* Companies Expect Climate Change to Cost Them $1 Trillion in 5 Years >>
* Communities in the cloud >>

* Cisco wil use AI/ML to boost intent-based networking >>
* Autonomous ‘roboats’ can assemble into floating structures >>
* Apple reportedly exploring acqui-hire of self-driving startup Drive.ai >>

* Amazon using AI to help you shop for clothes with StyleSnap >>
* Amazon debuts a pair of new warehouse robots >>
* A Mythical Form of Space Propulsion Finally Gets a Real Test >>

* 100 percent renewable energy, for the second year in a row >>
* Is Amazon’s Satellite Ground Station Service Ready for Primetime? >>
* NASA’s Parker Solar Probe May Solve 500-Year-Old Sun Mystery >>

* Engineers are Still Troubleshooting Why Mars InSight’s Mole is Stuck and Won’t Go Any Deeper >>
* This Is How NASA Hopes to Get a Heat Probe Digging on Mars Again >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 6 June 2019

* Here’s Amazon’s new transforming Prime Air delivery drone >>
* China launches a rocket from a ship for the first time >>
* Tiny Chipsats, Big Success: 150 Cracker-Size Probes Phone Home From Orbit >>

* Boston Dynamics prepares to launch its first commercial robot: Spot >>
* Gateway to the Moon: NASA Testing Wraps Up for Lunar-Orbiting Habitat Prototype >>

* This Windows Flaw Is So Bad, Even the NSA Is Begging You to Update >>
* A Mythical Form of Space Propulsion Finally Gets a Real Test >>

* New research shows that sleep helps determine your personality >>
* How AI is Starting to Influence Wireless Communications >>
* AI camera worn by gulls captures video highlights of their lives >>

* YouTube just bans supremacist content, and thousands of channels about to be removed >>
* “Flying-V” airplane design promises fuel savings, but there’s a catch >>
* Quantum Leaps, Long Assumed to Be Instantaneous, Take Time >>

* Check Out Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge – First Look >>
* LG starts selling the world’s first 8K OLED TV for $42,000 >>
* World-first pill may stop Parkinson’s >>

* SAS Chief Operating Officer about how organizations can use AI and related technologies >>
* Modeling the unseen >>
* Tethers Unlimited Developing Satellite Servicer for LEO Missions >>

* Autonomous boats can target and latch onto each other >>
* Amazon will use AI to help you shop for clothes with StyleSnap >>
* Amazon says it has deployed more than 200,000 robotic drives globally >>

* Boeing and Chinese airlines in talks for US$30 billion mega-deal that trade war could derail >>
* AI unicorn Megvii not behind app used for surveillance in Xinjiang, says human rights group >>
* Xi’s visit to open new prospects for China-Russia ties >>

* Jaguar Land Rover reveals new steering wheel that could help keep drivers’ eyes on road – using heat. >>
* In Dark Phoenix, the X-Men are still Marvel’s weird, mutant cinematic stepchild >>

* Are People Losing Control Over Robots? >>
* Astronomers fret over ‘debilitating threat’ of thousands of satellites cluttering the sky >>

* Community Download: What Are Your VR Predictions For E3 2019? >>
* Angry Birds’ Second Movie Is Getting A PSVR Game, First Look At E3 VR Showcase >>
* Upload’s E3 VR Showcase To Feature Over 30 Games On June 10 >>
* Ubisoft confirms ‘Watch Dogs Legion’ will be at E3 >>

* Actix web is a small, pragmatic, and extremely fast web framework for Rust. >>
* How Will NASA and ESA Handle Mars Samples When They Get Them Back to Earth? >>
* SpaceX’s Amazing Dragon CRS-17 NASA Cargo Launch (and Landing!) in Photos >>

* Mars on Earth: Bringing Red Planet Samples Back Is a Considerable Challenge >>
* Space Act Calls for Protection of Apollo 11 Landing Site >>
* Elon Musk Boring Company Will Have Up To Nine Times the Speed of New York Subway >>

* TED Floating cities the lego house and other architectural forms of future >>
* TED The lies our culture tells us about what matters and ab better way to live >>
* TED The story we tell about millennials and who we leave out >>
* TED What it takes to launch a telescope >>

* IEA Data Shows Nuclear Investment Adds More Power Than Wind and Solar >>
* India-based Job Seekers Lose Interest in U.S. Tech Jobs >>
* #KuToo: Women in Japan are fighting for the right to wear flats >>

* The Future Of Taxis Is Airborne… And Emission-free. >>
* ‘Sign In With Apple’ Protects You in Ways Google and Facebook Don’t >>
* 19 million patient records were stolen from Quest Diagnostics and LabCorp >>

* A $999 monitor stand is everything wrong with Apple today >>
* Amazon launches physical kiosks in UK train stations >>
* 219+ live online training courses opened for June and July >>

* Experts weigh in on Apple’s private sign-in feature >>
* Apple might wave goodbye to Dashboard in macOS Catalina >>
* China says apps should get user consent before tracking >>

* Open Source, 3D Printer Wear, Multicore TCP, and Super-Resolution Images >>
* Here’s What Happened When Researchers Attached Cameras to 16 Cats and Let Them Prowl Their Neighborhoods >>
* KLM Airlines wants to help build a more efficient jet with in-wing seating >>

* The Physics of the Millennium Falcon’s Jump to Hyperspace >>
* KickSat-2 project launches 105 cracker-sized satellites >>
* Seagate is the first to hit 16TB capacity >>

* AI can tell if a screen star’s best years are behind or in front of them with 85% accuracy >>
* Australia could start exporting sunshine in the form of hydrogen >>
* Climate change may mean heavy rain falls in the early morning >>

* Getting small; Small, independent teams are the lifeblood of agile. >>
* The future of women at work: Transitions in the age of automation >>
* Tinder finally lets users select up to three different sexual orientations >>

* How companies like Google are dealing with the ethics of AI >>
* A Closer Look at the Robots Helping Us Explore Space >>

* A first look at Amazon’s new delivery drone >>
* Amazon Unveils Futuristic Helicopter-Plane Hybrid Drone for Deliveries >>
* Boston Dynamics Demos Spot Mini Robot, Gets Reminded Why Live Demos Are Dangerous >>

* Microsoft and Oracle link up their clouds >>
* How Kubernetes came to rule the world >>
* Understanding the New Enterprise Cloud Backbone for DevOps Engineers >>
* Practical Istio (A Dockercon 2019 Recap) >>
* Why Microservices Should Scare You More >>
* Computer Vision: Overview of a Cutting Edge AI Technology >>
* IoT and the Dying Corporate Data Center >>
* Microservices on Rails >>
* IoT And Renewable Energy—Welcome To The Future >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 5 June 2019

* Hey Siri, why is most artificial intelligence ‘female’? >>
* What Does It Mean When A Product Is ‘amazon’s Choice’? >>
* The Disruptive Power of Everything-as-a-Service >>

* Gates Notes: Grilling and chilling with Warren >>
* The planets might control the sun’s activity – and it’s not astrology >>
* Stem cell patch may help repair damage caused by heart attacks >>

* In the future, will we acquire skills, not degrees? >>
* China’s two CRISPR babies might have shorter life expectancies >>
* Can Algorithms Help Us Decide Who to Trust? >>

* Mac n cheese: Twitter brings jokes as Apple introduces Mac Pro at WWDC >>
* Apple’s new Mac Pro is a supercar >>
* Apple Keynote Crowd Goes Completely Silent When The Cost Of The Display Stand Is Announced >>
* Apple is now the privacy-as-a-service company >>
* Apple wants to kill the ad industry. It’s forcing developers to help. >>
* Meet WatchOS 6: Six ways Apple is turning its watch into a mini iPhone >>
* All The New Features Coming To Apple Watch >>
* Apple releases the $5,000 Pro Display XDR, a 32-inch, 6K display available this fall >>
* Mac Pro can add 32TB of storage with this hard-drive-filled MPX Module >>
* Apple is now restricting Chinese language podcasts in China >>
* Apple is designing for a post-Facebook world >>

* NASA is building up a map of the entire sky seen in X-rays, line by line with its NICER experiment >>
* A 3-D printer powered by machine vision and artificial intelligence >>
* VelociRoACH Gets New Shell for Robot-on-Robot Smashing >>

* A Slower Economy. A Trade War. Now, China Faces Rising Food >>
* This Short Film Is Written Entirely By AI >>
* This Clothing Line Was Designed By AI >>

* The Flying-V is a design for a highly energy-efficient long-distance aeroplane >>
* How Art and Culture Can Help Us Rethink Time >>
* a16z Podcast: The Power of Restorative Justice >>

* To Fly Solo, Racing Drones Have a Need for AI Speed Training >>
* Human Gene Editing of Embryos Will Be Safe and Effective Within Two Years >>
* Tool-use became widespread 10,000 years earlier than we thought >>

* New Book: Secrets of Sand Hill Road >>
* NASA’s Space Launch System passes key milestone for Moon mission >>
* Apple is getting sued by developers who say the App Store is a monopoly >>

* What Would Leonardo Da Vinci Think of the Future? >>
* A tale of lost WW2 uranium cubes shows why Germany’s nuclear program failed >>
* Obesity Might Accelerate Aging >>

* Scale, Speed, Visibility and More: How Cloud Changes the Business Equation >>
* Beginner’s Guide to Microservices: Explaining it to a 5 Year Old >>
* Deconstructing Serverless Computing: Ninety-Nine Platforms but How to Choose One? >>
* Why IoT Needs eSIM After All? [Video] >>
* Dockerless, Part 1: Which Tools to Replace Docker With And How >>

* How Disney Built A Star Wars Planet >>
* Remember the ‘10,000 Hours’ Rule for Success? Forget About It >>
* Hello Gig Economy! Get Ready for Our “Digital Relationships” >>

* What are those mysterious flashes on the moon? One astronomer wants to find out >>
* The fountain of youth? Injecting the BLOOD of young mice into older animals improved memory and learning ability, study finds >>
* Elephants can judge the quantity of hidden food just by using smell >>

* Donald Trump and Theresa May discuss climate change, Huawei and trade >>
* Companies See Climate Change Hitting Their Bottom Lines in the Next 5 Years >>
* IEEE Is No Longer Banning Huawei Scientists From Peer-Reviewing Papers >>

* Consumer Surveillance Enters Its Bargaining Phase >>
* How Bots Will Change the Doctor-Patient Relationship >>
* Google Cloud’s extended outage was a big headache for small stores >>

* Bill Gates, Neo, Gigafund backing Luminous in photonics supercomputer moonshot >>
* AI: More than human >>
* Is it unethical to not tell my employer I’ve automated my job? >>

* Future of Gene Sequencing, Genome Editing and Intelligence Enhancement >>
* Rare Sight! 2 Newborn Alien Planets Spotted Around Distant Star >>
* Low Earth Orbit Commercialization Studies Show Wide Range of Markets and Demand >>

* NASA Says SpaceX Crew Capsule Could Get Fixed to Fly Astronauts by End of 2019 >>
* Sailing on Sunbeams: Planetary Society’s LightSail 2 to Soar Higher Than Space Station >>
* SpaceX Raises Over $1 Billion Through Two Funding Rounds >>

* The podcast industry expected to create $1 billion in annual revenue by 2021 >>
* Burnout is now officially a medically-recognized syndrome >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 4 June 2019

* Apple’s WWDC19 keynote in 12 minutes >>
* Here’s everything Apple just announced at the 2019 WWDC Keynote >>
* Check out all the new software and technology updates announced WWDC 2019 >>

* Apple breaks up iTunes, creates separate Podcasts, TV, and Music apps for macOS >>
* Apple announces all-new redesigned Mac Pro, starting at $5,999 >>
* Apple Watch can help save your hearing and track your menstrual cycle >>
* Apple CarPlay redesign puts multiple apps side-by-side >>
* Apple Maps gets a much-needed revamp >>
* Apple Maps is getting its own version of Google Maps’ Street View >>

* iOS 13 will let you rotate your recorded videos without installing extra apps >>
* Apple TV will support PlayStation and Xbox controllers >>
* Apple adds system-wide dark mode for iOS 13 >>
* Apple releases the first trailer for Ron Moore’s space race drama ‘For All Mankind’ >>
* Apple’s HomeKit adds security to routers and streaming cameras >>
* Siri now sounds more like a human >>
* Apple reveals iPadOS for iPad with a new home screen, multitasking improvements >>
* Live from WWDC 2019! >> >>

* Amazon says over 10 million items are now eligible for its free one-day delivery service >>
* Simpler, air-powered soft robots could help with space exploration >>
* This MicroLED Display Is Smaller Than a Bug >>

* Flying-V design backed by KLM >>
* Astronomy group calls for urgent action on SpaceX Starlink satellites >>
* CRISPR babies might live shorter lives due to their gene mutations >>

* Amazon sellers to hit UK high streets in year-long pop-up pilot >>
* Amazon will open 10 stores across the UK >>
* What You Need to Know Before E3 2019 >>

* Youtubes Recommendation Algorithm Has A Dark Side >>
* Using A Meditation App Each Day May Improve Your Memory And Attention >>
* Your gut bacteria may influence whether you get drug side effects >>

* Uber’s flying taxi director joining us at TC Sessions: Mobility >>
* Quantum leaps are real – and now we can control them >>
* Meet Ai-Da: World’s first humanoid robot that is able to draw people from life prepares for its first art exhibition >>

* NASA Scientists Install HD ‘Eyes’ in Mars 2020 Rover >>
* Reduce toil through better alerting >>
* Risk of death from cosmic radiation makes missions to Mars ‘impossible’ at present, say European scientists >>

* Bike lanes make you less likely to die on the street–even if you’re driving or walking >>
* Could you ‘put out’ the sun with a gigantic bucket of water? >>
* New-finding-advances-the-search-for-a-universal-flu-vaccine >>

* AMD and Samsung partner up to bring Radeon graphics to mobile devices >>
* Less Like Us: An Alternate Theory of Artificial General Intelligence >>
* The podcast industry expected to create $1 billion in annual revenue by 2021 >>

* How AI Could Help Small Businesses >>
* How B2B Companies Can Win Back Customers They’ve Lost >>
* How Corporations Can Better Work With Startups >>
* Responsible for Eldercare >>

* Microsoft is showing a dual-screen Surface device to employees >>
* Move over, Amazon: Microsoft has an autonomous systems and robotics strategy, too >>
* Privacy on iPhone — Inside Joke >>

* Elephants can ‘count’ with their trunks using smells to identify where the most food is found >>
* D-Wave previews quantum computing platform with over 5,000 qubits >>
* D-Wave Speeds Up Quantum Computers Over 25 Times With Low-Noise Materials >>

* Boeing Says Some 737 Max Planes Might Have Defective Parts >>
* China ‘rigs’ 5G test to favour Huawei >>
* Israeli researchers find ‘potential hope’ for some pancreatic cancer patients >>

* Should Companies Abandon Their Password Expiration Policies? >>
* Hypnotise older patients undergoing minor operations instead of using anaesthetics, study says >>
* A Live View from the International Space Station >>

* Less Like Us: An Alternate Theory of Artificial General Intelligence >>
* China Nuclear Reactors for Heat Have Safety Proven by Undergrads For 50 Years in 24 Countries >>
* Is Facebook Already Working On An Encryption Backdoor? >>

* Exposed database revealed security details for large hotel chains >>
* Hollywood studios say they’re quitting Netflix, but the truth is more complicated >>
* Europe Has Invested €1 Billion Into Graphene—But For What? >>

* Cloudflare goes big on serverless with new command line >>
* NASA Chief Says Debate Only Beginning Over Funding 2024 Return to the Moon >>
* NASA Still Aiming for 2020 First Launch of Space Launch System Megarocket >>

* Ep. 532: Modern Astronomy of Australia >>
* Automate The Freight: Amazon’s Robotic Packaging Lines >>
* US-based engineering body IEEE reinstates Huawei employees to peer review process after clarification >>

* China’s push for self-reliance meets reality of global trade networks >>
* Cloud-Native Everything >>
* Playing with Lambda, Serverless and Python >>
* Which Desktop OS Is Best for DevOps? >>
* DevOps Takes on the World >>

* The man who is ageing too fast >>
* An Out Of Control Cruise Ship Hit A Docked Boat In Venice >>
* Donald Trump’s day in tweets – from insulting the Mayor to meeting the Queen >>

* YouTube, other Google services down due to eastern US traffic congestion >>
* Google cloud outage knocks out Gmail, Discord and Snapchat (updated) >>
* Google’s Cloud outage is resolved, but it reveals the holes in cloud computing’s atmosphere >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 June 2019

* DeepMind Deploys Self-taught Agents To Beat Humans at Quake III >>
* “AI human material” creates faces of a non-existent persons using GANs >>
* Virtual Assistants Are Getting Smarter All the Time. Can We Trust Them with Our Data? >>

* SpaceX Will Have First Untethered Hop of the Starhopper on Monday >>
* Tesla’s From the Shanghai Gigafactory Are Available for Reservation >>
* Top 10 Most Viewed Youtube Videos 2006-2019 >>

* New trailers: Pixar’s Onward, The Goldfinch, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, and more >>
* New Zealand wants to make people happy, not rich – will it work? >>

* WWDC 2019: What to Expect From Apple’s Big Developer Show >>
* Apple could be done with iTunes >>
* Apple raises iOS cellular download limit to 200MB >>
* Apple wants to monitor risks: buys health startup to create a system to help parents track their kids breathing >>
* Is Apple building a FOLDING phone? a handset which folds twice >>
* iPhone leak hints what Apple’s September release might hold >>

* A Mysterious Object Punched a Hole in the Milky Way, Scientists Are Confused >>
* Three ways to travel at (nearly) the speed of light >>
* Flying Car Startup Alaka’i Bets Hydrogen Can Outdo Batteries >>

* NVIDIA Isaac Software Development Kit (SDK) is a developer toolbox for AI-powered robots >>
* NASA has selected three lunar landers to bring science to the moon engadget >>
* Daily Crunch: Leap Motion waves goodbye >>

* Monetise-your-carpark startup Parkable pushes into China >>
* MIT’s sensor-packed glove helps AI identify objects by touch >>
* Pushing a 28-core CPU to its limits: 6GHz and beyond >>

* We Can’t Count on Missile Defense to Defeat Incoming Nukes >>
* An “Internet of Plants” Could Tell Farmers When Crops Need Watering >>
* Robot Boat Wins $4 Million Ocean Floor Mapping XPRIZE >>

* Koala conservation goes high-tech with virtual reality and drones >>
* A Glass Battery That Keeps Getting Better? >>
* Another Step Toward the End of Moore’s Law >>

* After SpaceX Starlink Launch, a Fear of Satellites That Outnumber All Visible Stars >>
* Meet the first private companies that NASA has selected to deliver stuff and things to the Moon >>
* MOONRISE: Melting lunar regolith with lasers to build structures on the Moon >>

* What Mindfulness Can Do for a Team >>
* Why Self-Awareness Isn’t Doing More to Help Women’s Careers >>
* The Real Difference Between Creators and Influencers, It’s not a gender thing. >>
* Unwanted Roles >>

* Boosted’s Rev Might Make You Want to Ditch Scooter Share >>
* Cracking open the black box of automated machine learning >>
* How A Group Of Students Built And Launched A Rocket To Space >>

* Amazon is reportedly interested in buying Boost Mobile >>
* Most of SpaceX’s Starlink internet satellites are already on track >>
* An insider’s look into venture with Andreessen Horowitz’s Scott Kupor >>

* Trump’s Trade War >>
* For all the hubbub about the US-China trade war, trade is a fraction of China’s economy >>
* Huawei Supplier Explains How It Plans to Survive Trump’s Ban >>
* As China Takes Aim, Silicon Valley Braces for Pain >>
* China plans list of ‘unreliable entities’ in retaliation for Huawei ban >>
* Dont Panic About Rare Earth Elements >>

* Uncrewed deep-sea robots will help map the world’s oceans >>
* Vortex Rocket Engine for Private Dream Chaser Space Plane Passes Big Test >>
* Video Friday: This Robot Is Learning to Slice Onions >>

* Single Stage Point to Point Up To 6000 Miles With Mach 20 Starship >>
* Will we all be having sex without human contact by 2050? >>
* Canadian province will prohibit sale of gas-powered cars by 2040 >>

* NASA Hires 3 Companies for Moon Science Deliveries >>
* Lyft reveals it’s given 50,000 self-driving rides >>

* Paul Allen’s Stratolaunch is reportedly shutting down >>
* Phew! James Webb passes its final thermal vacuum test. Still on track for 2021 >>
* 10 Highlights from 2019 SharpBrains Virtual Summit to shape Future of Brain & Mental Health >>

* The Algorithm of The Brain >>
* The Rise of the First Animals >>
* Monkeys Use Alarm Calls to Tell Predators to Scram >>

* Debunking four myths of organic growth >>
* How a quantum computer could break 2048-bit RSA encryption in 8 hours >>
* Startup Seeks to Automate (Most) Code Review >>

* This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through June 1) >>
* Russian Military Moves Closer To Replacing Windows With Astra Linux >>
* Your brain works in space. But when President Kennedy said we’d go to the Moon, we didn’t know that >>

* The hospital is dead, long live the hospital! >>
* Globalization’s next chapter >>
* Four success factors for workforce automation >>

* A Very Rare Planet Discovered. Less Massive than Neptune, Hotter than Mercury. Very Few Should Exist >>
* Facebook is financing a massive solar farm in Texas >>
* Google Blocking Ad Blocking, Security Checklist, Maturity Model, and Software Engineering >>

* New Lego Space Sets Take Kids to Mars, Brick by Brick >>
* Northrop Grumman Investigates Anomaly from 1st OmegA Rocket Motor Test >>

* A CEO’s day in a minute >>
* All The Things We Loved This Month >>

* Part 2: Proposing A Maturity Model for Digital Services >>
* IBM and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Discover Unique, Pathogenic Autoimmune Cells in Type 1 Diabetes >>

* Lack of leadership in open source results in source-available licenses >>
* Uber lost another $1B last quarter >>
* Sea creature uses stem cells to regrow entire body from a tiny piece >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 May 2019

* Household Radar Can See Through Walls and Knows How You’re Feeling >>
* Tiny Robots Carry Stem Cells Through a Mouse >>
* Amazon’s Textract AI can read millions of pages in a few hours >>

* Alphabet’s balloons broadcast LTE two days after Peruvian quake >>
* Apple, Google, Microsoft, WhatsApp sign open letter condemning GCHQ proposal to listen in on encrypted chats >>
* I flew the Millennium Falcon and it was good >>

* Wild bees’ nest made entirely out of plastic discovered in Argentina >>
* DeepMind’s AI gamer is a better teammate than human players >>
* Ultrahaptics Buys Finger Tracking Company Leap Motion >>

* Ekasbo’s Matebot may be the cutest cat robot yet created >>
* Facial recognition is coming to US schools, starting in New York >>
* Ferrari’s first production plug-in hybrid is its fastest supercar yet >>

* Building a rocket in the garage >>
* a16z Podcast: A Mortgage for a Cure >>
* Apple Wwdc 2019: Mac Pro, Ios 13, Marzipan, And What Else To Expect >>
* What to expect from Apple’s WWDC 2019 iOS, MacOS, health and some hardware >>

* 5G has arrived in the UK, and it’s fast >>
* Facebook filed a patent for a drone made of kites >>
* Field Notes: Highlights from Huawei >>

* Damaged sense of smell fixed in mice by squirting stem cells up nose >>
* A type of African mole rat is immune to the pain caused by wasabi >>
* A cure for one of the world’s deadliest viruses? Experimental drug protects four monkeys from lethal dose of Nipah >>

* NBC targets millennials with launch of new free streaming news service >>
* Rokid’s Vision AR headset has a 3D stereo display >>

* Gogo will offer 5G in-flight internet in 2021 >>
* Open Insulin, Sonification of Data, Security UX, and Advanced Data Structures >>
* Making Empathy Central to Your Company Culture >>

* Google won’t allow marijuana delivery apps in the Play Store >>
* Google Maps adds ability to see speed limits and speed traps in 40+ countries >>
* Google will let enterprise users escape Chrome’s ad-blocking restrictions >>

* Sensor-packed glove learns signatures of the human grasp >>
* IEEE Bans Huawei From Peer-Reviewing Papers, Chinese Scientists Quit To Protest >>
* Less than 1 year after launching its corporate card for startups, Brex eyes $2B valuation >>

* Concierge fertility services >>
* We need to talk about how population growth is harming the planet >>
* About 5.3 Billion People on Earth Aged Over 15. Of These, Around 5 Billion Have a Mobile Phone. >>

* Amazon Debuts a New Echo Show Amid Alexa Privacy Concerns >>
* Amazon Patent Reveals Plans To Allow Alexa To Listen, Record Users At All Times >>
* Don’t Break Up Facebook — Treat It Like a Utility >>

* Network monitoring in the hybrid cloud/multi-cloud era >>
* Nreal’s mixed reality glasses will cost $499 and ship this year >>
* PCI Express 5.0 Announced With 32GT/s Transfer Rates >>

* Paid Dropbox users are getting 1TB more storage space today >>
* Forget rampant killer robots: AI’s real danger is far more insidious >>
* Gym class where Muslim women can take off their hijabs >>

* Google Assistant can now control GE’s smart microwaves >>
* Every future Xbox game Microsoft makes for PC will launch on Steam, too >>
* How introvert bosses can manage extroverts without stressing out >>

* Scientists bioengineer human liver disease in the lab to find new treatments >>
* Yes, India’s Economy Is Growing, but Can You Trust the Data? >>
* How AI Might Help Us Decode Our World >>

* Researchers crack an enduring physics enigma >>
* US will have to Out Innovate China in Long Term of Technology Competition >>
* 100 Years Ago Today, a Total Solar Eclipse Experiment Confirmed Einstein’s Theory of Relativity >>

* Astronomers are Finding Binary Pairs of Stars Thrown out of Galaxies Together >>
* Breakthrough Needed? Starshot Interstellar-Flight Project Faces Challenges >>
* US and Japan to Cooperate on Return to the Moon >>

* China Finishes Second European EPR Reactor and Building a Reactor for Argentina >>
* China Publishes Research on Competitive 3-Nanometer Chip >>
* Fully 3D Printed Rocket Engine in Just 3 Parts and Full Printed Rocket in 60 Days >>

* MYRRHA Accelerator Driven Fission System Will Shorten Nuclear Waste Life by 1000 Times >>
* Should We Build Multi-Generational Spaceships? >>
* New study asks: Should we replace mental health meds with exercise? >>

* Xi calls for bolstering reform and development >>
* US faces severe credibility crisis as it frequently breaks promises >>
* The Slack origin story >>

* Reniqua Allen The Story We Tell About Millennials And Who We Leave Out >>
* Wrika Hamden What It Takes To Launch A Telescope >>

* CI + CD + Release Orchestration – See Why It’s Better Under One Roof >>
* GitLab Updates Advance Its CI/CD Platform >>
* Use the Same Certificate Process Across Your DevOps Toolchain >>

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* Human Reflexes Help MIT’s HERMES Rescue Robot Keep Its Footing >>
* If DARPA Has Its Way, AI Will Rule the Wireless Spectrum >>
* A Wearable That Helps Women Get / Not Get Pregnant >>

* The all-electric Honda e is bringing its side view mirrors inside >>
* Media & Telecoms Companies Reveal “Self-Learning” Anti-Piracy System >>
* Meet your robotic golf caddie, ‘Tempo Walk’ >>

* Why astronomers are worried that SpaceX’s satellite network will pollute the night sky >>
* iRobot’s new cleaning robots can team up to vacuum and mop your house >>
* AutoX’s Professor X on the State of Automotive Autonomy – Ep. 87 o >>

* Microsoft teases a ‘modern OS’ with ‘seamless updates’ >>
* Microsoft brings ability to turn photos of table data into Excel spreadsheets to iOS >>
* Brain scans reveal magic mushroom drug enhances mindfulness meditation >>

* Fitbit devices can pay for your NYC bus or subway ride >>
* Exploding Stars Led To Humans Walking On Two Legs, Radical Study Suggests >>
* Amazon unveils the $90 Echo Show 5 >>

* AI Will Conquer Humor and Creativity >>
* Buddy the Social Robot is Somehow Not Dead Yet >>
* Seaborg Molten Salt Reactor Will Fit on A Truck and Cost Less Than Coal Power >>

* Banks find that investing in Android pays off >>
* Drugs That Boost Our Circadian Rhythms Could Save Our Lives >>
* Tanzania Builds a Drone Industry From Local Know-How and Bamboo >>

* Why Women Are Called ‘Influencers’ and Men ‘Creators’ >>
* Breast cancer spreads through the body in just two or three waves >>

* Huawei asks court to declare US government ban unconstitutional >>
* Huawei’s Ace In the Hole: Undersea Cables >>
* US Sanctions on Huawei May Fuel China’s Plan for Its Own Tech >>
* Life at Huawei: Trains, European Design, and Lunch Naps >>

* Titanic Galactic Collision Left One Galaxy Twisted and Warped, Hubble Reveals >>
* Parts of the Navajo Nation Are Still Off the Grid—but That’s Changing >>
* Yes, You Can Write an Awesome Game in Just 10 Lines of Basic >>

* SpaceX, NASA Finish Cleaning Up Site of Crew Dragon Spacecraft Explosion >>
* Scientists Cook Up a New Way to Make Breathable Oxygen on Mars >>
* Momentum Grows for Nuclear Thermal Space Propulsion >>

* This AI Uses Echolocation to Identify What You’re Doing >>
* To Fight Deepfakes, Researchers Built a Smarter Camera >>
* Uber could give you the option to ‘favorite’ drivers >>

* A Study of More Than 250 Platforms Reveals Why Most Fail >>
* Hypersonic passenger jet aims to fly from New York to London in 90 minutes >>
* Pivotal adds OpenJDK support to Spring in response to ‘concerns’ around Oracle’s Java >>

* The challenges of truly embracing cloud native >>
* The end of mobile; Mobile Eats The World >>
* Robustness Principle, End of Mobile, Beautiful Hack, and Autonomous Radios >>

* SpaceX Raptor Engine Will Be Best on Cost and Nearly Best on ISP >>
* A challenge to stimulate local news in North America >>
* The Biggest Announcements From Computex 2019 (So Far) >>

* Astronauts Are Heading Under the Sea to Test Moon Mission Tech >>
* Astronomers Catch Distant Star Producing Massive Flare and Plasma Blob >>
* Men, Women … and Mars: How Gender Diversity Is Key for Success on the Red Planet >>

* Mediatek’s 5G chipsets are ready for cheaper next-gen phones >>
* Logitech’s new stylus is built for VR >>
* Google Marketing Platform Partners now available globally >>

* The World Economic Forum Wants To Develop Global Rules for AI >>
* We Need to Build Up ‘Digital Trust’ in Tech >>
* You can now ask Alexa to delete your voice history >>

* First Look At Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge, Disneyland’s $1b New Attraction >>
* ‘Pasta’-Like Rocks Could Be Signs of Life on Mars, Study Says >>
* African elephant poaching is falling at last – but it’s still too high >>

* Couple hire Robot AI powered automated photographer >>
* Chinese startup begins mass-producing self-driving delivery vans in world’s first, and could roll out as many as 30,000 per year >>
* No one can be truly anonymous ever again thanks to genetic sequencing >>

* Should you give your data to a period tracker or smart breast bump? >>
* Smart glove works out what you’re holding from its weight and shape >>
* SpaceX’s bright Starlink satellites are upsetting astronomers >>

* Chemists build a better cancer-killing drill >>
* Google ‘shadowforce’ temps now outnumber full-time workers >>
* Traders have a $1.5 billion bet riding against Uber >>

* What’s Telling About Telomeres (and the Aging Process) >>
* Edge AI Going Beyond Voice and Vision >>
* The Making of the 5G Standard >>

* The Military Is Locked in a Power Struggle With Wind Farms >>
* New Zealand’s New Visa Program Requires Positive Energy and a Business Plan >>
* Optimization Smackdown: Hustle Porn vs. Zen Porn >>

* The town that online shopping built — and women are trying to save >>
* Is it time to revive the rumors that Apple will buy Tesla? Here’s why one expert thinks so >>
* Logitech made a VR stylus you can use on a table or in the air >>

* US-China trade war energy deal may not be the easy win it appears to be >>
* Building China’s own chip industry will be a costly 10-year marathon, former Intel China MD says >>
* Serverless: A Modern Infrastructure >>

* Are Self-Service Machine Learning Models the Future of AI Integration? >>
* The Rise of Service Mesh Architecture >>
* Data: the New Currency That Accelerates Business >>

* Value Streams – Accelerate your DevOps Journey! >>
* Deploying Secure Modern Apps in Evolving Infrastructures >>
* Serverless Ruby on AWS Lambda with the Jets framework >>

* Volvo Invests In Varjo After Testing XR-1 Prototypes On The Road >>
* Docker Bug Allows Root Access To Host File System >>
* Top DevOps Skills Developers and Managers Need for Success >>

* Ferrari SF90 Stradale brings new hybrid tech to hypercar heights >>
* 0x Launch Kit Launch your own exchange or marketplace in minutes >>
* Elon Musk’s $49 Million Las Vegas Loop Makes Perfect Sense—for Las Vegas >>

* HP to install Israeli cybersecurity software in next-generation computers >>
* The Dark Forest Theory of the Internet >>
* Decentralized AI for the Rest of US >>

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