Tuesday Reading – Technology (July 9, 2019)

Here are some of the best articles I read on Science and Technology during the past week.

How biohackers are trying to upgrade their brains, their bodies — and human nature. 9 questions about biohacking you were too embarrassed to ask. By Sigal Samuel on The Vox Website.

35 Innovators Under 35 2019 by Justyna Stasik on The MIT Technology Review Website.

How Robots Change The World. What Automation Really Means For Jobs And Productivity by Oxford Economics.

How to speak Silicon Valley: 53 essential tech-bro terms explained by Julia Carrie Wong and Matthew Cantor on The Guardian Website.

China Is Forcing Tourists to Install Text-Stealing Malware at its Border. The malware downloads a tourist’s text messages, calendar entries, and phone logs, as well as scans the device for over 70,000 different files. By Joseph Cox on The Vice Website.

The Swedish startup that soundtracked the internet now wants to soundtrack the rest of your life. The global music tech company that was recently one of Sweden’s “best-kept secrets” is now taking on Asia. By Mimi Billing on The Sifted Website.

Welcome to post-reality: Apple will now fake your eye contact in FaceTime. In its new iOS 13 update to FaceTime, Apple is experimenting with altering your face so it looks like you’re looking directly at the other person. By Mark Wilson on The Fast Company Website.

State of AI Report on The SlideShare Website.

Video on wanting to be Transhuman Going Digital in the Future by The BBC on YouTube.

 

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