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Laurent Haug's newsletter - Issue #19

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A style software giving fashion tips, underwater farms, an uber for trash, sports team hacking each o
 

Laurent Haug

July 12 · Issue #19 · View online
News and thoughts on society's ongoing transformation.

A style software giving fashion tips, underwater farms, an uber for trash, sports team hacking each other, and the consequences of 21st century over parenting. Welcome to this week’s newsletter, condensing the weak signals showing the ongoing transformation of the world we live in. Have a great week and happy vacation to those of you who made it to their summer retreat.

More automation and robots
Robotic chef can cook Michelin star food in your kitchen by mimicking world's best cooks
Video: the new Swiss post drone
Making All Cars Driverless Would Reduce Emissions By 90%
Style software gives fashion tips after judging what you wear
Fintech news this week
The smartest financial regulator on earth is in Singapore
Capital One acquires oakland-based design firm Monsoon
Apple has filed a new patent for mobile payments
Startups, tools, gadgets, and generally cool stuff
Underwater farmers grow strawberries in balloon gardens
Furniture for the laptop generation
Philips LED farm could change the farming industry
Bloom, a revolutionary family communication product.
Megatrends
Amazon will pay some authors for every page you read instead of every book you download
Burberry joins Snapchat
DNA sleuthing pinpoints two African elephant poaching hot spots
An Uber for trash is coming to a garbage can near you
FBI investigating St. Louis Cardinals for hacking Houston Astros' database
This year’s Boston Red Sox could be an argument against data-driven decision making
United flights resume after computer problem
Audience member tries to use stage outlet to charge phone at theatre
Notable new media ventures
The Economist films
BuzzFeed News
The hustle
This week's link for parents
A former Stanford dean on the danger of overparenting
Widsom
“Wit is the salt of conversation, not the food.”
William Hazlitt
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