Box of Amazing: Future Proof  
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We're either in the middle or the cusp of a second or third or fourth spike globally. The world is in a different place to where we were in March, so we do have hindsight on what went right or wrong, so I'm hopeful. But I'm also scared, scared of another lockdown, scared of homeschooling and scared of the stark reality of what this might mean for friends and family. Anyway, head down, ease up on the socialising and look forward to getting through this - again.

I have emboldened my fave articles. My question to you all is this: would you prefer a weekly list of 5, 10 or 20 articles? I'd appreciate your candour or a quick reply with your preferred number. 

Stay sane, stay safe!

Onward! - Rahim

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My recommendations for this week

1. Facebook Has Been a Disaster for the World Link
2. Inside a British facility that could mass-produce a COVID-19 vaccine within weeks Link
3. What will education look like in the future? Link
4. Future proof? Four scenarios for the future of schooling Link
5. Six problem-solving mindsets for very uncertain times Link

6. The reinvention of retail Link
7. The Crushing Reality of Zoom School Link
8. The Billionaire Who Wanted To Die Broke . . . Is Now Officially Broke Link
9. Chinese database details 2.4 million influential people, their kids, addresses, and how to press their buttons Link
10. The U.S. Is on the Path to Destruction Link

My Tech Recommendations for this Week

1. AI Waiter in Korea Link
2. Inside Apple's 'Bionic Virtual Meeting Room' Link
3. Lab-grown bone could change the way we test new medical treatments Link
4. AI-powered weight training Link
5. The future is cyborg: Kaspersky study finds support for human augmentation Link
6. Researchers ready world-first vision restoration device for human clinical trials Link
7. Trump Wants to Cripple TikTok and WeChat. Why? Link
8. Decentralised Futures Link
9. These 15 innovations are helping us fight COVID-19 and its aftermath  Link
10. How to train a machine to see 3-D in the dark Link
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