Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 January 2017

January 22, 2017 Leave a comment

* Building Human-Level A.I. Will Require Billions of People >>
* Making AI systems that see the world as humans do >>
* Dividing Droplets Could Explain Life’s Origin >>

* Nano-Radios and Molecular-Sized Solar Cells, Best of WT >>
* Researchers unlock mechanism of drug resistance in aggressive breast cancer >>
* A new age of demonstrations and social unrest will come back to haunt the complacent class >>

* Robots May Steal Our Jobs, but Not as Quickly as We Thought >>
* Algorithm-Driven Design: How Artificial Intelligence Is Changing Design >>
* The genomics intelligence revolution >>

* Google rolls out Instant Tethering for your Android devices >>
* Shooting the moon: behind the shot with Peter Alessandria >>

* Google brings RAISR smart image upsampling to Android devices >>
* 5G Radio on Trial in France >>

* Bigelow Aerospace Seeking More Use of Experimental Space Station Module >>
* Improved Artificial Intelligence will allow pilots to control drone wingmen >>
* Star Trek Discovery Show delayed >>

* SpaceX Falcon 9 to Orbit >>
* Australia to Replace Passports With Biometric Tech >>
* This cute robot toy is teaching kids to code >>

* South Korea’s sound barrier-chasing train, and more in the week that was >>
* Forget About Backdoors, This Is The Data WhatsApp Actually Hands To Cops >>
* Apple is reportedly reinventing the iPhone’s fingerprint reader >>

* Xbox One Boss Excited For New Exclusives, Project Scorpio Release This 2017 >>
* This Airbus patent could fix the worst thing about flying coach >>
* Scientists use mathematical calculations to PROVE the existence of God >>

* Ultra-precise chip-scale sensor detects unprecedentedly small changes in environmental conditions at the nanoscale >>
* Scientists built an AI that is smarter than most adults >>
* Potential Big Cuts To Amtrak Are Bad For Everyone, Including Drivers >>

* For dramatic VR to succeed, music must become the director >>
* Sorry Elon, driverless passenger drones will be the vehicular disruption of the future >>
* Gillmor Gang: Because Why >>

* Trump’s Flack Said a Lot of Wrong Stuff. Nerds Ain’t Having It >>
* Whitehouse.gov petition seeking Trump tax returns flies past 100,000 signature goal >>
* An electric scooter is the perfect vehicle for quick jaunts >>

* After Math: Wanna get away? >>
* Sundance Film Festival’s New Frontier Pushes Forward In 2017 >>
* Sundance Film Festival 2017: reviews, news, and interviews for the biggest movies >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 January 2017

January 21, 2017 Leave a comment

* Researchers use ultrasound to push helpful RNA inside cells >>
* Samsung’s Siri competitor will be able to SEE: Bixby will use the camera for visual searches and will even be able to read text >>
* Screaming Airplane Baby No Match For World’s First Bionic Earphones >>

* Superfast Camera Sees Shockwave From Light >>
* World’s first commercial fusion reactor could be ready by 2027 >>
* Wifi woes: Researchers find 45% of connection attempts hit problems,AI could be the answer >>

* “Neural Tourniquet” Zaps a Nerve to Stop Bleeding >>
* Russia and US planning historic joint mission to Venus >>
* ICYMI: A soft robot sleeve to keep your heart going >>

* The F-35 will soon be equipped with artificial intelligence to control drone wingmen >>
* Data Mining Solves the Mystery of Your Slow Wi-Fi Connection >>
* DARPA makes progress on paper and polymer drones that degrade in days after delivering cargo >>

* China’s 1st Hack-Proof Quantum Satellite: “Now Operational” –Launches a New World >>
* Russia is an active but shrinking geopolitical player future, bipolar between USA and China >>
* Official America First Energy Plan embraces $50 trillion in uptapped shale oil and gas >>

* Gene-Edited Animals Face U.S. Regulatory Crackdown >>
* US will be building missile defenses and 350 ship navy >>
* Data Divination; Predict events shouldn’t blind us to the humans behind it >>

* Kristen Stewart Co-Authored Research Paper About Artificial Intelligence >>
* The Terminator Will Be Back Thanks to James Cameron and Tim Miller >>
* Cats Acting Out Scenes from Star Wars and Other Movies Is Really Fantastic >>

* Last Minute, Trump Asks Nuclear Safety Administrator to Stick Around After All >>
* Scientists Are Searching For Life On This Nearby Exoplanet >>
* Going To Space Helped Teach The World To Work Together >>

* Can You Brew Beer On the Moon? >>
* Spandex Exosuits, A Hugging Robot, And Other Amazing Images Of The Week >>

* Mastering Interior Minimalism >>
* NASA Explains What Really Matters In 2016’s Extraordinary Temperature Data >>
* Seeing the Northern Lights at 35,000 Feet Is the Best Reason to Fly to Iceland >>

* Trump’s Age of Ignorance Threatens Humanity >>
* This May Be The Most Promising Herpes Vaccine Ever >>
* The Humble Logarithm >>

* The genomics intelligence revolution >>
* A robotic sleeve that wraps around your heart could help it keep beating >>

* The inauguration of President Donald Trump >>
* Donald Trump’s FACE gives away his leadership style >>
* Trump is @POTUS! Presidential Twitter account changes hands, Melania takes over @FLOTUS >>
* Obama’s legacy: The most tech-savvy president >>
* Trump Reportedly Interested in a Mars Mission >>

* Some NASA Transition Team Members to Remain After Inauguration >>
* 6 Things to Know About Trump and NASA >>
* Trump team prepares dramatic cuts >>

* The nuclear plant that can fit on the back of a truck: Radical mini reactor could power cities >>
* TV networks to take on Netflix by releasing EVERY episode of hit shows online for binge watchers >>

* Blood test might predict who can survive Ebola >>
* The incredible anti-vibration material that could protect everything from entire buildings during earthquakes to preterm babies being moved >>
* VR SciFi Flick Lawnmower Man Gets Series Reboot in Actual Virtual Reality >>

* Robots will be able to sense when humans are nearby using electronic ‘snake skin’ inspired by viper attacks >>
* Society is ‘on a collision course’ with driverless cars, Davos leaders warned >>

* Lasers and Drones Help Preserve Ancient Temples >>
* An $11 billion hedge fund is betting President Trump will cause violent stock market movements >>
* Google’s former king of search is joining Uber to lead the engineering team >>

* IBM Watson wants to help streetlights become smarter >>
* How Silicon Valley Utopianism Brought You the Dystopian Trump Presidency >>
* Ten Atomic Clocks Have Failed on Europe’s Galileo Navigation Satellites >>

* 2017, welcome to the era of populism >>
* Making AI systems that see the world as humans do >>
* Artificial intelligence is growing so fast, even Google’s co-founder is surprised >>

* Scientists: Carbon Nanotubes Would Outperform Silicon Transistors at the Same Scale >>
* Lightweight Car production with disruptive 3D print process >>
* Chip-sized, high-speed terahertz modulator raises possibility of faster data transmission >>

* Creating atomic scale graphene nanoribbons >>
* Feds Call Tesla’s AutoPilot Safe >>

* Technology for making Death Star Sized Structures will have technical feasibility in the next 20 years >>
* Advanced MP-MRI can detect 93% of aggressive prostrate cancers compared to 48% with older methods >>
* US Military already has smart bombs, smart bullets and now DARPA making guided artillery shells >>

* Microbes Could Survive Thin Air of Mars >>
* A Vision to Bootstrap the Solar System Economy >>
* It’s About To Get Even Easier to Hide on the Dark Web >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 January 2017

January 19, 2017 Leave a comment

* Soft Robot Hugs Your Heart to Keep It Pumping >>
* For $149 a Month, the Doctor Will See You as Often as You Want >>
* China aims to build world’s first exascale supercomputer prototype by end of 2017 >>

* AxonVR Brings Realistic Touch Sensations to Virtual Reality >>
* Preparing for the Next Epidemic: A First Step >>
* Microsoft Thinks Machines Can Learn to Converse by Making Chat a Game >>

* Wearable sensors can alert you when you are getting sick, Stanford study shows >>
* This Machine Lets Your Smartphone Analyze Dna >>
* Billion-Dollar Project Aims to Prep Vaccines before Epidemics Hit >>

* Finally, a juicer that doesn’t need cleaning >>
* AI software is figuring out how to best humans at designing new AI software >>
* Fighting Cancer’s Crisis of Confidence, One Study at a Time >>

* Netflix Beats Subscriber Count Target By 36% As Growth Strategy Pays Off >>
* Foxconn as it looks to print next-gen AR displays >>
* How the Human Brain Decides What Is Important and What’s Not >>

* Wearable Sensors Spot Lyme Disease >>
* Is Net Neutrality Good or Bad for Innovation? >>
* Velodyne Plans a Lidar Megafactory >>

* Growing new human eyes and reversing paralysis in the past twelve months are just the start of a Stem Cell Revolution >>
* Memristor can do multistate processing as well as nonvolatile memory >>
* Five Major Cancer Studies Are Proving Difficult to Reproduce >>

* New System Could Connect Cell Phones to Real Cells and Treat Disease >>
* US army wants to fire swarm of weaponised drones from a missile >>
* Atlas V to launch missile warning satellite >>

* Air Force to Launch Missile-Warning Satellite Tonight: Watch It Live >>
* Geoengineering Earth’s Atmosphere: How It Could Affect Astronomy >>

* Recycling the Planet –“Heat from Earth’s Core Drives Plate Dynamics” >>
* Cautionary Tale of “No More Woof,” a Crowdfunded Gadget to Read Your Dog’s Thoughts >>

* Single soap bubble made on earth that is 11 meters across but low earth orbit space bubbles could be hundreds of kilometers across >>
* BAE wants to enhance the reflective properties of the atmosphere which make desert mirages to create massive lens or shields >>
* NASA sending robot mission to arrive in 2030 at largest metallic asteroid in solar system >>

* Woman dies from antibiotic-resistant bacteria when no antibiotics worked >>
* South Korea making a 1000 kilometer per hour low pressure tube high speed train that will go from Seoul to Busan in 30 minutes >>
* The Latest Annoying Sound Showing Up in Every Dang Movie Trailer >>

* It’s Not In Your Head: The Weather Is Weirder, And Climate Change Is The Reason Why >>
* New American Airlines Fare Doesn’t Let You Bring Overhead Baggage >>
* Scientists Feed Cows Onions to Make Them Stop Farting So Much Methane >>

* Square Kilometre Array precursor shrinks 5TB of data to 22MB – every second! >>
* What the Hell Happened to Mozilla and Firefox? >>
* Super Mario Run Jumps to Android in March >>

* Uptane Will Protect Your Connected Car From Hackers >>
* Netflix’s Subscriber Boom Shows the World is Accepting Internet TV >>
* Apple might introduce new Apple Pencil with new iPads this year >>

* How to Watch Trump’s Presidential Inauguration >>
* Google has some bad news for Trump ahead of his big day >>
* Resisting Trump: How his chaotic nuclear policy might play out >>

* Microsoft is beta testing a feature that brings Cortana to Android’s lock screen >>
* How Much Will AI Decrease The Need For Human Labor? >>
* Google Maps will soon get you where you need to go, then help you park >>

* Ants can navigate while walking BACKWARDS using just the sun and their memories >>
* The $2.4-Billion Plan to Steal a Rock from Mars >>
* Could A Planet Like Coruscant Exist? >>

* The Ultimate Cure for the Fake-News Epidemic Will Be More Skeptical Readers >>
* Nasa creates a £80 self-sharpening knife that you will NEVER have to replace >>
* Brain’s “Helper” Cells Turn Toxic in Injury and Disease >>

* Brainwaves could act as your password – but not if you’re drunk >>
* iPhone 8 will recognize its owner’s face: Handset will have special laser sensors >>
* 300lb Caspian tiger could soon roam Central Asia once again >>

* The Future of Global Risk: A View from Davos >>
* DARPA is demonstrating a robotic co-pilot for planes and helicopters >>
* Scientists think they’ve spotted mud cracks on the surface of Mars >>

* Physicists who created ‘pure nothingness’ say they detected something astonishing inside of it >>
* ResearchVR Podcast 30 – 360-Degree Cameras with Robert Scoble and Sacha Tueni >>
* Tilt Brush Toolkit Turns Artists Into Animators With Unity Integration >>

* Researchers have found a way to pair cells to smartphones >>
* ICYMI: The U.S. Army is making actual hover bikes >>
* Google Home support coming to LG’s Music Flow speakers >>

* Swiss cops use anti-drone guns at the World Economic Forum >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 January 2017

January 18, 2017 Leave a comment

* Scientists Can Now Sequence DNA With a Smartphone >>
* Laser Weapons Will Turn Earth’s Atmosphere into Lenses, Deflector Shields >>
* This medical device eliminates the most painful thing about blood draws >>

* First baby born using 3-parent technique to treat infertility >>
* Forget taxis, now you can order a PLANE in half an hour >>
* Cancer could become untreatable because of superbugs, says medical chief >>

* NASA Is Making New Robots That Can Control Themselves >>
* Alexa Gives Amazon a Powerful Data Advantage >>
* Facebook plans to invest more than $3 billion in VR over the next decade >>

* Pentagon plans for ‘doomsday’ artillery shell containing an electromagnetic pulse weapon powerful enough to cripple an entire city’s electronics revealed >>
* Ambulances in Sweden can now block car radios >>

* Space-Weather Forecast to Improve with European Satellite >>
* Sex between husbands and wives will only be for ‘special occasions’ because ROBOTS will satisfy everyday needs, experts predict >>
* Researchers reveal the ‘death zone’ inside a tornado >>

* DoorDash and Postmates test deliveries with robots >>
* Lexus’ new concept yacht will have you dreaming of summer >>
* Scientists can print skin cells to help burn victims heal faster >>

* 5G wireless will be a general purpose technology like the steam engine that will boost the global economy by $3 trillion by 2035 >>
* Pan-mTOR inhibitors may be superior to rapamycin for antiaging >>
* Doctor AI: Good news, I’m better at predicting when you’ll die of a heart attack. Bad news is… >>

* 12 million declassified CIA files are now available online >>
* Iris Automation raises $1.5 million to help drones sense and avoid obstacles >>
* Researchers create wild ReRAM memory chips that store data and act like a processor >>

* Alexa Is Conquering the World. Now Amazon’s Real Challenge Begins >>
* Inside IMAX’s Big Bet to Rule the Future of VR >>
* Message in a bottle found in Scotland after travelling all the way from Iceland >>

* Google for Android gets new feature to deal with inconsistent internet connections >>
* Did life first evolve on Earth in a ‘false start’ 2.3billion years ago? >>

* Spacex financials show it is a big startup and the 4000 satellite internet business is the big payday >>
* Russia tests railgun by firing 7200 mph projectiles but the test projectile is 1000 times smaller than US railgun >>
* Better Than Eyeballing: Sensors Aid in Joint-Replacement Surgeries >>

* Life-Saving Device Could Transform The Medical Market in 2017 >>
* Some Earth Life Is Ready To Live On Mars, Right Now >>
* CES 2017: Intel’s Project Alloy is the VR System I Want in My Living Room >>

* Designers Reinvent the (Steering) Wheel for the Age of Autonomy >>
* After Cernan, Only Six Apollo Moonwalkers Remain >>
* Google+ won’t go away >>

* Visualizing the Medical Isotope Crisis >>
* First ‘Silk Road’ train from China to Britain arrives in London after a marathon 7,500-mile journey >>
* 2016 confirmed as the hottest year on record >>

* Obama commutes bulk of chelsea mannings sentence >>
* Samsung may have ‘leaked’ its Galaxy S8, and boy does it look gorgeous >>

* Mark Zuckerberg Gets Testy in Oculus Lawsuit Grilling >>
* Smart bombs, smart bullets – now guided smart artillery shells, thanks to DARPA dosh >>
* 100 Gbps link to Europe lights up to delight researchers >>

* Microsoft Surprises with a Major Patent Win for Future Foldable Surface Smartphones and Tablets >>
* A virtual trek through Petra with Google Cardboard >>
* A Behind-The-Scenes Look At Building The Greatest Space Telescope Of All >>

* NASA may rely on Russian shuttles for ISS missions until 2019 >>
* Japan’s high-tech toilets are getting less intimidating >>
* Exploring Mankind’s Neverending Quest To Humanize Technology >>

* The AI that can write a symphony just for you >>
* Shocking drone footage shows the huge scale of the 25 mile-long crack in ice that forced a British Antarctic base to shut down >>
* That ‘Gilmore Girls’ binge helped set Netflix shares on fire >>

* NASA planning mission to an asteroid worth $10,000 quadrillion >>
* Davos elite searches for fixes to save its system from populists >>
* Live stream: Obama’s parting words as President >>

* Protein fingerprinting could shed light on Alzheimer’s >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 January 2017

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* Scientists create 3D-printed objects that can change shape after they’re printed >>
* Smart bullets will help warships fend off drone swarms >>
* This intelligent chair parks itself at your desk >>

* Electronic gene control could let us plug bacteria into devices >>
* Davos 2017: Chinese leader Xi Jinping says there will be ‘no winners’ in a trade war as World Economic Forum begins >>
* Move Over, Coders—Physicists Will Soon Rule Silicon Valley >>

* This Wi-Fi alternative wants you to create your own LTE-like wireless networks >>
* Futuristic tumbleweed is actually a minesweeper >>

* Milky Way’s Destiny? –“Dark Matter Clouds are Killing Galaxies Throughout the Cosmos” (VIDEO) >>
* Milky Way Weighs in Light, Using a Well-Worn Technique >>
* Zuckerberg takes the stand in Oculus trade secrets trial >>

* Last Man On The Moon, Gene Cernan, Has Died >>
* NASA’s 2020 Mars Mission ‘Fossil Finder’ –“Doubles Search for Life With Alien Biochemistry” >>
* Deep Learning AI for NASA Powers Earth Robots >>

* Watching a Computer Identify Objects in a Movie Trailer Is Entertaining as Hell >>
* How To Save an Old Laptop By Installing This Free OS >>
* Inside Look: The World’s Largest Tech Companies Are Making Massive AI Investments >>

* Microsoft CEO says AI should help, not replace, workers >>
* Intel wants sensors to help you with your shopping >>
* How a Mere Prick of the Finger Can Diagnose a Concussion >>

* Why Earth 2.0 could be a ‘living hell’: Proxima b is likely to be a Star Wars style desert planet >>
* Gene network is a new target for epilepsy treatments >>
* Discovery could lead to jet engines that run hotter – and cleaner >>

* New Projects Show Carbon Capture Is Not Dead >>
* A Fight Over a Sacred Mountaintop Will Shape the Future of Astronomy >>
* F-35 Amazingly Has Even More Problems Than We Thought >>

* It Only Costs $400 to Build Your Own Cell Phone Network >>
* 3 Weird Ways We Can Remotely Control Animals And Bacteria >>
* Zebra Shark Has Babies Without a Male After Years of Isolation >>

* CES 2017: Can a Self-Steering Antenna Fix Both Wi-Fi and TV Reception Issues? >>
* 15 Views from a Silicon Summit >>
* 10 of the best new laptops coming in 2017 >>

* Microsoft’s first tethered Windows 10 VR headsets to ship in March >>
* 10 Questions That Reveal The Limits Of AI >>
* Report: Samsung probe blames Galaxy Note7 fires on faulty batteries >>

* Netflix is ‘Killing’ DVD Sales, Research Finds >>
* Don’t Leave It! Makes Sure You Have Everything You Need Before You Leave Home or Work >>
* Google Maps may soon offer parking suggestions >>

* 5 Things I Think About CES 2017 >>
* Future Of Work Predictions For The Year Ahead >>
* Rogue robots spark legal fears >>

An analysis of 10,000 scientific studies on marijuana concretely supports only three medical benefits >>
The Cosmos’ Fine-Tuning Does Not Imply a Fine-Tuner >>
Filming A See-Through Engine In Super Slow Motion Is The Best Way To See How Internal Combustion Works >>

* The Secret Sauce of Innovation: Emotions >>
* Yet Another Unexpected Character Is Returning to The Flash >>
* Popcorn Looks Even More Delicious in Super Slow Motion >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 January 2017

January 16, 2017 Leave a comment

* Airbus working on flying cars, flying buses, ridesharing flying vehicles >>
* Isis Is Dropping Bombs With Drones In Iraq >>
* Fish in Space — “Traveling Aboard ISS Suffered Immediate Microgravitational Stress” >>

* MIT wants you to change 3D-printed objects after you make them >>
* Canada may have delivery drones in service by late 2017 >>
* What could possibly go wrong? Robot cars are now learning to drive by playing Grand Theft Auto >>

* Understanding our new President’s priorities through Twitter >>
* Samsung Heir Faces Arrest In Presidential Corruption Scandal >>
* London startup launches chatbot to help renters exercise their rights >>

* Reopening the Silk Road: Train will travel mammoth 7,500mile journey from China to London as an ancient trading route is revived for a new era >>
* AI has success in art and music by researchers figuring out how to break up the work of creativity into AI solvable tasks >>
* Army’s new push: ammo that grows plants >>

* Gravity Waves Might Be Lighting Up Venus’ Atmosphere >>
* Airbus plans to test self-driven airborne taxi by the end of 2017 >>
* Reliance Jio is bringing Apple’s HealthKit features to India with its new app >>

* Google-Funded Project Envisions Nation’s Librarians Teaching Kids to Code >>
* Antibody can protect brains from the ageing effects of old blood >>
* 26 markers in your blood tell how well you’re aging >>

* Giant gravity wave is spotted on Venus: Bow-shaped feature stretches 6,200 miles across its atmosphere >>
* Genetically modified mosquito doesn’t catch dengue >>
* Female shark learns to reproduce without males after years alone >>

* US Navy developing ‘Iron Man’ smart body armor that can detect brain injuries if soldiers are blown up >>
* Menopause evolved to prevent older females from becoming a sexual threat to their daughters, whale study reveals >>
* Touchy moms may boost ‘social brain’ in kids >>

* Autism Risk May Arise From Sex-Specific Traits >>
* Look out, Uber! Google has filed a patent for finding the best pickup locations for its driverless cars >>
* Taxi races show black cabs beat Uber on speed but not cost >>

* Sysadmin chatbots: We have the technology >>
* The Future Of Science In The Next Decade? Transdisciplinary Collaboration >>
* How the Pioneers of the MOOC Got It Wrong >>

* The Internet Of Things Could Finally Get The Common Language It Needs >>
* Is creativity something you inherit from your parents? >>
* The Stem-Cell Revolution Is Coming — Slowly >>

* NASA’s New App is ‘The Sims’ in Space, With Plants >>
* A Mind-Boggling Carbon Deposit Was Just Discovered in the Congo >>
* Let Your Wallet Rest While You Break a Sweat With This Discounted Fitness Equipment >>

* Alexa Shenanigans And How To Avoid Them >>
* India wants more details from WhatsApp on its data sharing policy >>
* Brain study: Can we ‘see’ depression? >>

* How the Response to Zika Failed Millions >>
* Atlas V rocket set for Thursday night launch >>

* Samsung’s Galaxy S8 sounds like it’ll be a feature-packed beauty >>
* Samsung’s Gamble Over Galaxy S8 Launch Delay >>
* Make a Backup Of Your Start Menu Layout By Copying This Folder >>

* HBO Holds Game of Thrones Season 8 Renewal in Hopes of More Episodes >>
* ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Shows No Sign Of Stopping Anytime Soon, Series Eyeing More Seasons Than ‘er’ >>
* ‘Big Bang Theory’ Canceled? Star Jim Parsons May Derail The Show After 2017 >>

* Google’s New 3D Compression Tool Could Be Big For VR On The Web >>
* ‘The Possible’: First Episode of Virtual Reality Series is Available Now >>
* The Tantalizing Promise Of Augmented Reality Games >>

* Donald Trump will reportedly keep tweeting from his personal account >>
* Trump vows insurance for everybody in obamacare replacement plan >>
* This MIT website makes you decide who a self-driving car should kill in an accident >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 January 2017

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* Amazon asks the FCC for permission to run secret wireless tests >>
* Microsoft HoloLens Review: Winning The Reality Wars >>
* Japan’s Small Experimental Rocket Fails to Launch Tiny Satellite >>

* In Davos, Bracing for a Shifting U.S. Stance on Climate Change >>
* RBC’s chief US market strategist sees a ‘continued upside’ to stocks through 2017 >>
* How Davos Brings the Global Elite Together >>

* Ben Marlow: It’s time for Davos to come up with some answers >>
* Jets and mannequin heads: Just another day at Dyson’s campus >>

* An Earth-Sized Telescope Is About to ‘See’ a Black Hole For the First Time >>
* The 2017 Detroit Auto Show In Pictures >>

* Woman’s blood pressure before conception could influence sex of child >>
* This robot vacuum doesn’t cut corners, it cleans them >>
* This $100 million monstrous excavator can dig up 240,000 tons of rock a day >>

* You should read this super-interesting AMA with AI researcher Joanna Bryson >>
* Want to stick to your New Year resolutions? Move house, say scientists >>
* The coolest concept cars from CES >>

* Samsung Suddenly Reveals Galaxy S8 In New Videos >>
* Microsoft Admits Windows 10 Has A Serious Problem >>
* ‘Superbug’ Resistant To 26 Antibiotics Kills A Patient In Nevada >>

* D-Wave Open Sources Its Quantum Computing Tool >>
* Porn Pirate Sites Use ‘Backdoor’ to Host Videos on YouTube >>
* Here’s How The Fastest Lava In The World Will Annihilate You >>

* Gadget boom sees e-waste in Asia spike 63 per cent in 5 years >>
* The Man Who’s Trying to Kill Dark Matter >>
* Udacity launches deep learning nanodegree foundation program >>

* The Importance of Continuing Development of 3D Printing Techniques in Membrane Fabrication >>
* Gillmor Gang: Cold Turkey >>
* The Genius Who Lived in a Storage Locker for $200 a Month Was Evicted >>

* Freak Bird Flu Outbreak Prompts NYC to Quarantine All 500 Shelter Cats >>
* Cartapping: How Feds Have Spied On Connected Cars For 15 Years >>
* Nintendo Really Is Using A Phone App For The Switch’s Voice Chat >>

* Thousands Of Cubans Now Have Internet Access >>
* Technology can’t replace the human touch >>
* As Self-Driving Cars Approach, the Auto Industry Races to Rebuild >>

* Piracy Notices? There Shouldn’t Be Many UK Torrent Users Left to Warn >>
* Breakthrough in fixing a broken heart: Researchers use stem cells to regenerate the outer layer of organ in groundbreaking research >>

* Forget Steve Jobs, this was the best presentation of all time >>
* This 12-million-gallon ‘indoor ocean’ can simulate the world’s worst wave conditions >>
* What Would Happen in the Minutes and Hours After the US Invaded Canada? >>

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