Our weekly news round-up: Cape York palm cockatoos perform drum solos to attract mates; Some Australian Uber drivers want to be full-time employees, not just contractors; Mars rovers use AI to autonomously do targeted science; Juno orbiter to swoop close over Great Red Spot on July 10; Google’s Triangle app lets you control which apps use mobile data; Google’s AI will automatically identify photos and suggest recipients; European Commission fines Google a record US$2.7 bn for breaching EU anti-trust rules; Scamwatch update: phishing by phone or email most common scam to target Australians.
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