Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 March 2019

* World’s first genderless AI voice; neither male nor female to fight bias in smart assistants >>
* NASA will put humans back on the moon ‘to stay’ by 2028 and could launch first lunar mission this year >>
* Weekday–Weekend Sleep Unbalance Bad for Blood Sugar Regulation >>

* A robotic leg, born without prior knowledge, learns to walk >>
* Alphabet’s AI-powered Chrome extension hides toxic comments >>
* Firefox Send’s free encrypted file transfers are now available to all >>

* Magic Leap goes to the theater >>
* Japan’s moon rover will be made by Toyota >>
* Is Your Organization Ready to Implement Computer Vision Solutions ? >>

* Forests are becoming less able to bounce back from wildfires >>
* Deep Time >>
* China Ten Rockets per Year Larger than Saturn V Starting in 2030 >>

* Build Strength and Muscle Fast with Occlusion Training >>
* US threatens to clamp down on intelligence sharing over 5G security >>
* Breathing in before doing something may actually make you better at it >>

* Twitter’s experimental beta testing app is available today >>
* To Keep Track of World’s Data, You’ll Need More Than a Yottabyte >>
* The World Wide Web Turns 30. Where Does It Go From Here? >>

* The Genderless Digital Voice the World Needs Right Now >>
* Scooters took over SXSW and that’s only the beginning >>
* Google Cloud hires another Oracle veteran for top role >>

* Apple will finally unveil its streaming video service on March 25th >>
* Apple drops huge hint over video streaming launch >>
* Amazon lets third-party sellers offer lower prices on rival sites >>

* Space Launch System Could Finally Stop >>
* Why AI Underperforms and What Companies Can Do About It >>
* Mapping the complex forces that are reshaping organizations and changing the employee/employer relationship. >>

* The World Wide Web at 30: We got the free and open internet we deserve >>
* People Want to Know About Algorithms—but Not Too Much >>
* I Embraced Screen Time With My Daughter—and I Love It >>

* How Word translates text between languages >>
* Drone Racing League’s new season will air on NBC and Twitter >>
* Cracking the Devilish Aerodynamics of Newfangled Flying Cars >>

* Powering mobility’s future: An interview with WiTricity’s Alex Gruzen >>
* Physicists solve a beta-decay puzzle with advanced nuclear models >>
* MetaFly is that flying robotic insect you’ve been looking for >>

* Few pathways to an acceptable climate future without immediate action >>
* A robotic leg, born without prior knowledge, learns to walk >>
* 3 Practical Solutions to Offset Automation’s Impact on Work >>

* Peter Thiel-backed firm building ‘safe’ AI turns itself into a for-profit enterprise >>
* Women’s History Month: Podcasts on motherhood, business, health, politics and more >>
* Paralympic fast track : Japan firm develops hi-tech wheelchairs >>

* Does air pollution really kill nearly 9 million people each year? >>
* Crocking the Genetic Code >>
* The Thought Leader Formula: Robin Farmanfarmaian >>

* Faster robots demoralize co-workers >>
* New alternative to Trump’s wall would create jobs, renewable energy, and increase border security >>
* How to train your robot (to feed you dinner) >>

* OpenAI Made Super Spam Generator and Now Seeks Investors >>
* DevOps fans. We’ve got another acronym for you: CDF >>
* 50 Years On, Untouched Moon Samples Set for Study >>

* Species of dinosaur the size of a wallaby is found in Australia: Reptile with a ‘galleon-shaped jaw’ roamed a lost world between Australia and Antarctica 125 million years ago >>
* Mark Zuckerberg wants to build a ‘brain-computer interface’ that can read your THOUGHTS, report claims >>
* How to Get People to Pay Attention During Corporate Trainings >>

* Microsoft’s phone-screen mirroring beta hits Windows 10 this week >>
* Ep. 521: The Deep Space Network >>
* Dilbert; Best In The Industry >>

* Onewheel’s Pint is a new and more portable electric rideable for novice riders, costs $950 >>
* Casualties of trade war: Chinese in US denied licences to work with sensitive technologies >>

* Why It’s OK if You Don’t Love Your Job Right Now >>
* Enabling Hyper-scale Data Workloads in the Cloud >>
* 20 largest cloud and internet providers splurged $120bn in capital expenditure last year, 40 largest telecommunications firms $240bn on networks and services. >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 March 2019

* Drones and robots at the SXSW 2019 in Austin >>
* Algolux announces Ion, a development platform for autonomous vision systems >>
* Artificial intelligence, computer vision set to ‘take over the world’ – Rush >>

* A Cyclone Of Scooters Has Descended On Austin For Sxsw, For Better Or Worse >>
* Boeing’s newest jets are grounded in China, Indonesia, and Ethiopia after deadly crashes >>
* Drone no-fly zones around UK airports are expanding this week >>

* Open Distro for Elasticsearch >>
* The future of flying >>

* First 500-meter-long steel rail successfully laid on ballastless tracks of Lhasa-Nyingchi Railway >>
* China’s new manned submersible completes expedition mission >>
* China sells arms to more countries and is world’s biggest exporter of armed drones >>

* Automation, Full Unemployment and a Future We Deserve >>
* The Crucial Role of Linux in DevOps >>
* The Future of Automated Testing >>

* The new, safer nuclear reactors that might help stop climate change >>
* The missing ‘puzzle’ page of Einstein’s unified theory of everything found >>

* Leaders of Chinese IT giants call for accelerated digital transformation of real economy >>
* Patients and researchers optimistic about second H.I.V. cure using stem-cell transplant >>
* Rise of ‘phone snubbing’: Third of couples complain of being ignored by smartphone distraction – causing marriage and relationships breakdown >>

* Tom’s Tech Notes: What You Need to Know About Microservices [Podcast] >>
* The Power AI Autonomous Reps Bring to Your Human Sales Team >>
* Machine identity for IoT communications >>

* The Future of Retail: Lessons Learned from Shoptalk 2019 >>
* Every company is a software company now, and will become a DevOps company soon. >>
* The Relentless Misery of Working Inside an Amazon Warehouse >>

* Microsoft Launches AI Business School >>
* Getting on Track With Microservices >>
* On Startups, Platforms, and Innovation >>

* DTrace on Windows >>
* NVIDIA to Acquire Mellanox for $6.9 Billion >>
* How IoT is Optimizing Costs for Industrial Sectors >>

* It’s 2050 And This Is How We Stopped Climate Change >>
* The Relentless Misery of Working Inside an Amazon Warehouse >>
* New tool for herding sheep: drones that bark like dogs >>

* The Spirit Level Delusion >>
* Living Near a Supermassive Black Hole >>

* Crashed Ethiopian Air Jet Is Same Model as Lion Air Accident >>
* Another Boeing 737 has crashed killing all on board — what went wrong? >>
* These airlines use Boeing 737 Max 8 planes, and they say they’re safe >>

* New Memory Device Can Take the Heat >>
* The Huawei Case Signals the New US–China Cold War Over Tech >>
* India Fights Diabetic Blindness With Help From A.I. >>

* IBM’s AI blood test could help with early Alzheimer’s detection >>
* How a personal server could be the answer to your data privacy worries – MashTalk >>
* Genetically Engineered Seafood Coming To a Restaurant Near You >>

* Citrix investigates major security breach >>
* Cancer Patients Are Getting Robotic Surgery. There’s No Evidence It’s Better. >>
* Captain Marvel Beat Its Own Box Office Projections >>

* How MIT’s Mini Cheetah Can Help Accelerate Robotics Research >>
* A Sparse Population of Small Kuiper Belt Objects? >>
* Starstruck—60 Years of NASA’s Dazzling Archives >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11 March 2019

* Neuroscientists can read brain activity to predict decisions 11 seconds before people act >>
* Goodbye Docker and Thanks for all the Fish >>
* Winding down my Debian involvement >>

* Smartphones Are About to Get Weird >>
* Can You Learn to Be Creative at Work? >>
* Layers of Growth >>

* Just Rent Your Clothes >>
* An IoT Device Has Finally Passed the CTIA’s Cybersecurity Certification Program’s Rigorous Standards >>
* RSA Conference 2019: Firms Continue to Fail at IoT Security >>

* Netflix and Amazon behave like old-style Hollywood moguls, warns Mike Leigh >>
* Streamlining restaurant operations >>
* It’s time to disrupt nuclear weapons >>

* Have We Reached Peak Big? >>
* Using Concrete For Construction Is Damaging Our Planet >>

* Iranian hackers stole terabytes of data from software giant Citrix >>
* Elizabeth Warren also wants to break up Apple >>
* These injectable nanobots can walk around inside a human body >>

* Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez believes we should be excited about automated jobs >>
* ‘Smart’ Car Alarm App Could Allow 3 Million Cars To Be Unlocked Remotely >>
* ‘Digital dementia’: Why you need to train your brain >>

* Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: “We should be excited about automation” >>
* How Africa is seizing an AI opportunity >>
* People who don’t care… >>

* The Fortunes Of The 25 Richest People In The World, Visualized >>
* Ethiopian Airlines: ‘No survivors’ on crashed Boeing 737 >>

* RSA Conference 2019: Trend Micro on Hacking Smart Homes >>
* RSA Conference 2019: IoT is Next Big Target of Man-in-The-Middle Attacks >>
* Armis CTO on IoT Security and Threats >>
* The Ultimate Application Monitoring Guide for Kubernetes >>

* After Math: It’s the circle of tech >>
* Consensus Blockchain Conference, 2019: Everything You Want to Know >>
* Top 10 Android App Development Companies in India & US >>

* Where Web Designing is Going in 2019 >>
* DevOps: 11 Things You’re Forgetting to Do >>
* Running Android Tests in Docker >>

* How to Build Pivot Tables >>
* Shifting Left With Continuous Delivery >>
* César Hidalgo radical suggestion for fixing our broken political system: automate it! >>

* Israeli, Chinese scientists develop advanced method to examine molecules >>
* China developing key technologies on heavy-lift rocket >>
* Chinese consumers are buying cars online using VR, without kicking the proverbial tyre >>

* New trailers: Game of Thrones, Shazam!, Killing Eve, and more >>
* The US Air Force’s jet-powered robotic wingman is like something out of a video game >>
* Elizabeth Warren Wants To Break Up Apple, Too >>

* The New NASA Book Will Make You Want To Be An Astronaut Again >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 10 March 2019

* Elizabeth Warren wants to break up Google, Amazon and Facebook >>
* Apple could launch augmented reality headset in 2020 >>
* How to Steal DNA With Sound >>

* SpaceX’s Starship prototype moved to launch pad on new rocket transporter >>

* If We Blow Up an Asteroid, It Might Put Itself Back Together >>
* Video Friday: Festo’s Bionic Soft Arm, and More >>
* A new fiber-optic system can carry 800 gigabits of data per second >>

* Co-parenting app raises privacy questions when courts get involved >>
* It Took 10 Years to Confirm the First Planet Ever Found by Kepler >>
* YouTube’s ‘Cobra Kai’ season two trailer shows rival dojos preparing for battle >>

* Check Point finds ultrasound machine trivial to hack >>
* Apple’s rumored AR headset might require an iPhone >>
* Cloud Covered: What was new with Google Cloud in February >>

* Elizabeth Warren is coming after AmazonBasics. Why Amazon shouldn’t fight it. >>
* Global Economy Slows, Pushing Europe’s Central Bank to Make a Surprise Move >>
* The Jobs Report Was the Weakest in Months. Here’s Why. >>

* Major League Baseball Finally Begins Experimenting With Robot Umpires >>
* Artificial Intelligence Identifies the Six Main Arcs in Storytelling: Welcome to Brave New World of Literary Criticism >>
* Howard Schultz thinks he knows how to fix capitalism >>

* What happens to freedom when time is money – with Martin Hägglund >>
* Arsenic-munching caterpillars may ingest poison to prevent being eaten >>
* This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through March 9) >>

* Facebook Announces Plan to Curb Vaccine Misinformation >>
* How to Quit Your Tech Job >>
* Ian Bremmer: Technology and the threat to democracy >>

* A new way to calculate global intensive care unit mortality risk >>
* The gender wage gap strikes every age group, but it’s especially hard on older women >>
* How your genes could be knocking off 22 minutes sleep each night >>

* Graduates are immature, skills minister suggests as she urges youngsters to do apprenticeships >>
* Chinese tech giant challenges US security law >>
* A passing star pushing two binaries closer can boost the possibility for life >>

* Unique chimpanzee cultures are disappearing thanks to humans >>
* Mae Jemison: The astronaut plotting a journey to other stars >>
* Japan inches towards building a successor to Large Hadron Collider >>

* The trends transforming mobility’s future >>
* How Gene Therapy Can Reverse a Form of Congenital Blindness >>
* Culture Wars in the Lab >>
* A pill that mimics natural antibodies could fight many kinds of flu >>

* Microsoft officially becomes first major cloud provider in Africa >>
* Microsoft is now giving consumer app developers up to 95 percent of their Store app sales >>
* 3 New Chips to Help Robots Find Their Way Around >>

* New space race launched to get drones and robots attacking sustainability in agriculture sector >>
* News Corp boss Robert Thomson predicts digital ‘reckoning’ >>
* Los Angeles is fighting for e-scooter data >>

* Inspiring girls and women to pursue their career ambitions >>
* A VR series about women with the “courage to question” >>
* Why Data Science Teams Need Generalists, Not Specialists >>

* WellSaid aims to make natural-sounding synthetic speech a credible alternative to real humans >>
* SpaceX’s Crew Dragon Capsule Splashes Down in Atlantic Ocean >>

* I’ve spent a year living without Facebook, and here’s what I learned >>
* Disney’s forthcoming streaming service will kill the Disney Vault >>
* Skype lets you make HD video calls on the web >>

* Researchers Are Training Image-Generating AI With Fewer Labels >>
* PolyAI scores $12M Series A to put its ‘conversational AI agents’ in contact centres >>
* New optical imaging system could be deployed to find tiny tumors >>

* Microsoft says Windows 10 is now on more than 800 million devices >>
* Lessons learned building natural language processing systems in health care >>
* Instagram prototypes video co-watching >>

* Inside the High-Stakes Race to Make Quantum Computers Work >>
* Ethics and Skepticism, Corporate Open Source, Detecting Fake Text, and DNA Computation >>
* Facebook Will Crack Down on Anti-Vaccine Content >>

* Elon Musk’s Boring Company wants to tunnel under Las Vegas >>
* Car alarms with security flaws put 3 million vehicles at risk of hijack >>
* Building Trust >>

* Leadership with Masculinity, Women Will Be Overlooked >>
* Amazon teases when its ‘Lord of the Rings’ series will take place >>
* Airbnb Acquires HotelTonight to Expand Travel Portfolio >>

* Milky Way tips the cosmic scales at ‘1.5tr’ times mass of the Sun >>
* YOUR VERY OWN ROBOT ARM FOR LASER ENGRAVING, 3D PRINTING AND MORE! >>
* Acoustic Metamaterials Can Block 94% of Sounds >>

* China and Europe Hope to be 15 Years Behind SpaceX on Reusable Rockets >>
* Waymo Will Sell Its Short-Range Lidar, Challenging Industry Leader Velodyne >>
* China Will Need Free Education and Healthcare to Slow and Reverse Baby Bust >>

* Build Trust Internationally with a Virtual Office Abroad >>
* A VR series about women with the “courage to question” >>
* The influence of a single neuron on its network >>

* AI in production: A game changer for manufacturers with heavy assets >>
* Driving the automotive customer experience toward the age of mobility >>
* Most of AI’s business uses will be in two areas >>

* The B2B analytics playbook: Capturing unrealized potential in telcos >>
* The U-curve of happiness: Why old age is a time of psychological bliss >>
* Meet the startup turning your new favorite podcast into your next TV binge >>

* Apple Is Now Forcing Its Suppliers to Go ‘Green’ >>
* Are You an Amazon or an Apple Family? >>
* Nobel-winner Paul Nurse on Brexit: ‘The UK is turning in on itself’ >>

* Don’t ditch your cash yet, but we are going cashless. Really. >>
* Turning coal miners into coders is not the answer to automation >>
* Ultra-low power chips help make small robots more capable >>

* Physicist Brian Cox on how space travel can save the human race – and why there should be a Mars mission >>
* How to be objective about budgets >>
* Making electric vehicles profitable >>

* The Daily Goalcast >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 08 March 2019

* A Privacy-Focused Vision for Social Networking >>
* Experts warn it’s becoming impossible to escape ‘persuasive technology’ as competing products battle for attention >>
* Elon Musk’s Boring Company wants to move people beneath Vegas >>

* Google is sharing a tool to keep your data anonymous from AI >>
* Gmail Smart Compose finally ventures beyond the Pixel 3 >>
* How belief in punitive gods may have helped large societies cooperate >>

* This new AI tool serves up creepily accurate assessments of your work style >>
* Koenigsegg’s Jesko Is A 300 Mph Projectile On Wheels >>
* Google Duplex automated restaurant reservations expand to 43 US states — and the iPhone >>

* SpaceX Falcon Heavy Launches >>
* Ransomware Is So 2017: Modern Cybercriminals Are All About Cryptojacking >>
* MWC Barcelona 2019: 5G Isn’t About the Smartphone >>

* Gamma Ray Telescopes could Detect Starships Powered by Black Hole >>
* Now any business can access the same type of AI that powered AlphaGo >>
* Rain may be causing a worrying amount of ice to melt in Greenland >>

* ‘Broken Heart Syndrome’ Actually Begins In Our Brains >>
* There’s A Good Reason for Why We ‘Uh’ and ‘Um’ When We Talk >>
* Why do we Sleep? A New Study Suggests That Snoozing Repairs Damaged DNA >>

* Understanding Digital Assets >>
* Discontinuity, disruption and digitalisation >>
* Facebook CEO says future lies in ‘private, encrypted services’ >>

* Udacity Offering Free TensorFlow 2.0 AI Course >>
* A 10-million-pound undersea cable just set an internet speed record >>
* Tesla Shanghai Gigafactory Completion Within 85 Days >>

* Andrew Ng’s Next Trick: Training a Million AI Experts >>
* Great Power, Great Responsibility: The 2018 Big Data & AI Landscape >>
* US Air Force completes first test flight of Valkyrie unmanned fighter jet >>

* We now know how much the Milky Way weighs >>
* Economic Growth and AI Progress Depends on Better Hardware >>
* AI Chips for Self Driving Cars Will a Be $10 Billion Market by 2024 >>

* Groundbreaking Images Of A Sonic Boom Are Stunning >>
* SpaceX’s Crew Dragon has proved itself in space — now it has to get back to Earth in one piece >>
* Can a judge order Elon Musk to delete his Twitter account? >>

* A New Method of DNA Testing Could Solve More Shootings >>
* AI picks your ‘perfect’ makeup shade without seeing your face >>
* Can the US win the new cold war with China? Not without risking a nuclear war >>

* China’s Largest Solid-Fuel Carrier Rocket Scheduled For Maiden Launch >>
* China’s lunar rover studies stones on moon’s far side >>
* Almost 90 percent of Chinese optimistic about AI application: survey >>

* TED: How we can store digital data in DNA >>
* TED: How a new species of ancesotrs is changing our theory of human evolution >>
* Extending an Amazon S3 Integration to Google Cloud Storage With the Interop API >>

* 5 Ways Digital Transformation Impacts Organizations >>
* 5G Brings Real-Time Surgery to MWC >>
* Deploying on AWS Free Tier with Docker and Fabric >>

* How Are Your Microservices Talking? >>
* Seminar Highlight: Martin Rees on How To Ensure a Brighter Future For the Planet >>
* Automatic Differentiation in Machine Learning: a Survey >>

* The Star Wars theme park lands have opening days and they’re so soon >>
* The Sharing Economy Was Always a Scam >>
* Aurora Station plans to become the first hotel in space. >>

* Continuous Lifecycle: One week left to grab early bird tickets >>
* Which Software Engineers Get Paid the Most? >>
* Bird’s new program lets local operators run their own scooter network >>

* Bruce Schneier: It’s Time For Technologists To Become Lawmakers >>
* Cooking the Books podcast: How robots are changing the way we invest >>

* Harley’s LiveWire electric motorcycle will go farther than we thought >>
* Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook’s Future and What Scares Him Most >>
* Microsoft is open-sourcing Windows Calculator on GitHub >>

* Real-Time Sequential Decision-Making by Autonomous Agents >>
* Quantum Risk Analysis >>
* An HIV cure may one day be possible >>

* Cosmic ‘superbubbles’ that act like particle accelerators 100 times more powerful than the Large Hadron Collider are discovered in a galaxy 67 million light years from Earth >>
* Scientists solve the mystery of GREEN icebergs >>

* The Place Is Extraordinary: Well-Preserved Artifacts Are Found Under Maya Ruins >>
* “Alexa, can we talk” – in the car? >>
* Amazon pulls plug on pop-up stores >>

* Scientists just found another star with a super-weird dimming pattern >>
* China plans to launch up to 10 satellites this year as part of a plan to rival America’s GPS >>
* AEgIS makes positronium for antimatter gravity experiments >>

* Antibiotic resistance is spreading from wastewater treatment plants >>
* Can entangled qubits be used to probe black holes? >>
* Scientists use machine learning to identify high-performing solar materials >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 07 March 2019

* Shimi Will Now Sing to You in an Adorable Robot Voice >>
* 5G’s Potential, and Why Businesses Should Start Preparing for It >>
* How Artificial Intelligence Will Revolutionize The Way Video Games Are Developed And Played >>

* Harman patented flying robotic speakers >>
* Microsoft’s ‘All-Digital’ Xbox One could launch in May >>
* Israel’s first moon mission spacecraft sends back selfie >>

* Video: Upskilling Enterprise DevOps Skills Report Results! >>
* Servant Economy; Ten years after Uber, we checked back in on 105 on-demand businesses. >>
* Looking for economic prosperity without growth >>
* Pilot orders pizzas for stranded flyers in Canada >>

* Exploring Neural Networks with Activation Atlases >>
* Shark or Baseball? Inside the ‘Black Box’ of a Neural Network >>
* Red Cat wants to track drone flight data on the blockchain >>

* This Video Really Puts Into Perspective How Much Richer The Super Rich Are Compared To Everybody Else >>
* Register for the first course of the Community Health Academy >>
* Drones to monitor NZ lakes >>

* Future Communication Satellite >>
* 5G signifies a generational transformation that will profoundly impact businesses and consumers across the globe >>
* Details of China’s Three Prototypes of Exaflop Supercomputer Architectures >>

* Millimeter-wave body imaging is cheaper, safer, less power-intensive than other types of body imaging. >>
* What Programming Languages Engineers and Employers Love—and Hate >>
* Oracle to lure boffins with cloud credits, see if enterprise-grade tech can speed up research >>

* Microservices, Containers and Kubernetes in 10 minutes >>
* Amazon may provide Mexico with a government-backed mobile payment system >>
* Research: Better-Managed Companies Pay Employees More Equally >>
* Researchers demonstrate new ways to pwn your stupidly complex smart home >>

* The AI-Art Gold Rush Is Here >>
* Would you get on a driverless BUS? Volvo will trial electric single-decker in Singapore >>
* A third person may have become HIV-free after a bone marrow transplant >>

* Dawn of the smart TOOTHBRUSH >>
* China plans world’s first deep sea base, complete with robot subs >>
* Drones are helping to save lives during natural disasters >>

* Asteroids That Could Threaten The Earth Are Stronger And Harder To Deflect, Says New Research >>
* As Trump Moves to End Trade War With China, Business Asks: Was It Worth It? >>
* A Clever Tool Uses Apple’s Videogame Logic Engine to Protect Macs >>

* Microsoft blesses the clouds down in Africa in full-blown Azure-gasm >>
* Study says some self-driving car systems have trouble detecting darker skin >>
* TensorFlow 2.0.0-alpha0 >>

* Fitbit now has cheap, updated fitness trackers for the whole family >>
* Elon Musk wasn’t wrong about automating the Model 3 assembly line — he was just ahead of his time >>
* Burnout Self-Test; Checking Yourself for Burnout >>

* Google made a learn-to-read app for schoolchildren in India >>
* Google Tool Lets Any AI App Learn Without Taking All Your Data >>
* Make Customers Happier with Operational Transparency >>

* Tesla’s Shanghai Gigafactory could be completed by May >>
* How Amazon’s Algorithms Curated a Dystopian Bookstore >>
* The Gene Mutation That Could Cure HIV Has a Checkered Past >>

* Computing the future >>
* Making a path to ethical, socially-beneficial artificial intelligence >>
* 170+ live online training courses opened for March and April >>

* ‘Digital sobriety’ can halt tech-fuelled global warming, says report >>
* Scientists ready to explore depths of Indian Ocean >>
* Robots can detect breast cancer as well as radiologists >>

* How Much Of The Unobservable Universe Will We Someday Be Able To See? >>
* Putting people at the heart of public-sector transformations >>
* How to take the ‘outside view’ >>

* Working in silos can cause tunnel vision, tribalism, and weak corporate performance. >>
* Posts In Artificial Intelligence >>
* The 10 Unforeseen Developments of Smart Buildings >>

* IoT And the Transformation of the Modern Workplace >>
* Why Automation is the Only Path Forward for Manufacturing >>
* Smart Hospitals: the Next Step in Healthcare IT >>

* Machine Learning for Beginners: An Introduction to Neural Networks >>
* Secure Cloud Access: a Beginner’s Guide to Cloud Security >>
* Fast-Acting Depression Drug, Newly Approved, Could Help Millions >>

* What Should Developers Test? >>
* IoT Smart Home Automation and the Future >>
* 5 Ways Digital Transformation Impacts Organizations >>

* Windows Containers and Azure >>
* Introduction to Monitoring Serverless Applications >>
* Before We Colonize the Moon, We Must Learn to Mine There >>

* Huawei’s planned lawsuit against the US government could help it gain friends in the West, experts say >>
* Democrats push new bill to write net neutrality into law, but can it pass? >>
* Recycling Is Broken >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 06 March 2019

* All the cars, concepts, and wild ideas from the 2019 Geneva Motor Show >>
* A second patient appears to be cured of H.I.V., sparking new hope for a novel treatment >>
* Google Glass’ second-gen enterprise model leaks with updated specs and USB-C >>

* Here It Is: The Official Trailer For The Final Season Of ‘Game Of Thrones’ >>
* We Analyzed Every Second of the New Game of Thrones Season 8 Trailer >>

* Apple supplier Corning is working on flexible glass for foldable displays >>
* Apple quietly bought Lighthouse’s AI home security camera patents >>
* CEO Personality, Adult Development, Big Idea Famine, and Neuron Imaging >>

* Free Will in an Algorithmic World >>
* Tariff war cost US companies and consumers US$4.4 billion a month in 2018, report says >>
* How Amazon’s Algorithms Curated a Dystopian Bookstore >>

* Hacking just 1 in 10 cars could gridlock all of the roads in Manhattan >>
* “Mole” on InSight Mars Lander Begins Burrowing, but the Going Is Rough >>
* Bill Gates’s pancake problem – and three more pancakes in science >>

* A Good Meeting Needs a Clear Decision-Making Process >>
* A New Luxury Retreat Caters to Elderly Workers in Tech (Ages 30 and Up) >>
* Why Your Attention is Like a Piece of Contested Territory >>

* Space exploration needs minnows as much as superpowers >>
* World’s fastest shark gets a burst of speed from shape-shifting skin >>
* Internet’s New Challenge Involves People Throwing Vans Sneakers in the Air En Masse for a Cool Reason >>

* You won’t need a car key anymore with Hyundai’s new ‘digital key’ technology >>
* At $12.5 Million This Bugatti Is the Most Expensive New Car Ever >>
* Meet the ‘Kangaroo’: a 360kW EV that’s part supercar and part SUV >>
* New 350km/h Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Roadster is a work of art >>
* Mercedes unveils its first Formula E race car >>
* Mercedes Remakes the Minivan as an All-Electric Luxury Ride >>
* Mercedes’ Concept EQV can transport 8 passengers with its 249 mile range >>
* Pininfarina’s 1900 horsepower Battista will go over 217 MPH >>

* Age of the autosexual: the people sexually attracted to themselves >>
* Could robots make us better humans? >>
* A.I. Wants to Know How You Plan a Trip >>

* Google asked about pay equity and learned it was mostly underpaying men >>
* Hackers Listen In on What Synthetic DNA Machines Are Printing >>
* How Merrill Lynch Is Planning for Its Customers to Live to 100 >>

* The internet cannot handle the leaked design of live-action Sonic >>
* Train Yourself to Be Less Naive >>
* Google Is Still Working on China Search Engine, Employees Claim >>

* China preparing for space station missions >>
* Aerial footage of the bridge with world’s highest pier , Longtanhe River Grand Bridge >>
* Spotify’s Grand Plan For Podcasts Is Taking Shape >>

* IoT Smart Home Automation and the Future >>
* Continuous Testing in 2019: What You Missed Already >>
* Deep Learning and the Human Brain: Inspiration, Not Imitation >>

* Upskilling: Enterprise DevOps Skills Report Results! >>
* Full-Time Employment in the Age of Automation >>
* Career Obsolescence >>
* Distributed Systems and Sidecar Pattern, Part 2 >>

* Huawei reportedly plans to sue US government over ban >>
* Hack Brief: Google Reveals ‘buggycow,’ A Rare Macos Zero-day Vulnerability >>
* Microsoft is now managing HP, Dell PCs via its Managed Desktop Service >>

* One call to change my life, and another to redefine Spatial Computing >>
* Two in five ‘AI startups’ essentially have no AI, mega-survey >>
* ReactOS 0.4.11 makes great strides towards running Windows apps without Windows >>

* A Second Person Has Been Effectively “Cured” of HIV >>
* Humans could achieve ‘super-intelligence’ in as little as FIVE YEARS by implanting tiny computer chips into our brains, expert >>
* Researchers uncover new facets of HIV’s ‘arms race’ with human defense system >>

* Asteroids are Stronger, Harder to Destroy >>
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