Futureseek Daily Link Review; 3 September 2015

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* `Your Smartphone Can Tell If You’re Bored >>
* Google Life Sciences Makes Diabetes Its First Big Target >>
* Mitosens Mitochondrial Repair Project >>

* Earth Has 3 Trillion Trees Per New Count >>
* You can drive this robot vacuum with your smartphone >>

* MAVEN Using Stars To Study Mars’ Atmosphere | Video >>
* Elliptical Galaxies –“More Likely to Be the Cradles of Life in the Universe” >>
* Hitchhiker to the Outer System >>

* AI Robot Learns Words In Real Time >>
* Hacking Aging >>
* Roots of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s May Be in How You Sleep >>

* Soyuz Snaps Amazing View of Space Station Dock Switch | Time-Lapse Video >>
* Alien Oceans’ Glint Could Reveal Habitable Water Worlds >>
* Open Source Project Proposes Vision-Free Grasping With RFID and Touchscreens >>

* Google’s Self-Driving Cars Roam Roads in Texas >>
* R+D 100 Technology Conference >>
* This Star Wars Casting News Changes Everything. Plus ANOTHER Wild Spider-Man Rumor! >>

* NASA Teams Up With Hoverboard Company to Build a Magnetic “Tractor Beam” >>
* New Apple TV reportedly starts at $149, packs universal search >>
* Miley Cyrus And The Future Of Disintermediation >>

* A Look At Open Bionics’ 3D-Printed Robotic Hands For Amputees >>
* Hollywood studios begin suing Popcorn Time users >>
* Dark-Matter Experiment on Space Station Hits a Glitch >>

* Knotty network could have powered universe’s early growth spurt >>
* Quantum weirdness proved real in first loophole-free experiment >>
* Atlas V delivers military satellite to orbit >>

* Intel’s Skylake chip promises visual logins, wireless charging >>
* World’s first supersonic car to be unveiled on September 24 >>

* Wasp poison shown to kill cancer cells selectively >>
* Earth has three trillion trees: study >>
* Bill Gates is betting on this genetically modified strain of rice that can survive floods >>

* New Apple TV ‘to feature A8 chip but lack 4K support’ >>
* This New Telescope Might Show Us the Beginning of the Universe >>
* The Future of Business >>

* GM embryos: time for ethics debate, say scientists >>
* NASA selects Kuiper Belt Flyby as next target beyond Pluto >>
* NEW VIDEO! 8 Incredible Deep Sea Oddities >>

* VR Chains and DAC Brains: Upload your mind as a VR AI DAC >>
* The Imminent World War III: A long protracted Abyss >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 September 2015

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* Proposed design for future armored warship with railguns, lasers and drones >>
* Largest gas field in the Mediterranean Sea off the shore of Egypt >>
* Can aerial dog fences help curb wayward drones? >>

* Science can save your melting ice cream cone >>
* Scientists “Squeeze a Single Light Particle” >>

* Alien Chemistry of Exo-Planets? >>
* Tropical Storm Erika Delayed Blastoff for US Navy set for Sept. 2 on Most Powerful Atlas V Rocket: Watch Live >>
* NASA developing megawatt solar power arrays and will coming with solar electric propulsion >>

* Tesla Model S driven 452 Miles On A Single Charge >>
* DARPA Wants Swarms of Cheap “Gremlin” Drones >>
* Researchers Employ Baxter Robot to Help the Blind >>

* New Smartphone Attempts to Finally Solve the Storage Problem >>
* Distant Neutrinos Detected Below Antarctic Ice >>
* Why Is Nest’s Smart Thermostat Getting Bigger? >>

* Digitize The Planet Could Bring Your Entire Ephemera Online >>
* Seabirds Are Eating Tons of Plastic, and the Problem is Getting Worse >>
* Device Revives Disembodied Hearts That Have Stopped Beating >>

* Watch An Mit Golf Cart Drive Itself Around >>
* Fly By Pluto In This New Nasa Video >>
* Seagate births 8TB triplets and a 2TB mobile nipper >>

* The top of the line Tesla Model X will cost you $132,000 >>
* ‘Star Wars Battlefront’ multiplayer test starts in early October >>
* LG will upgrade your old webOS TV with some fresh features >>

* Intel says GPU malware is no reason to panic—yet >>
* Neato Robotics’ new Botvac Connected robot vacuum sports lasers and Wi-Fi >>
* Continental break-up set the stage for life in Earth’s mantle >>

* Team Uses Laser To De-spin A Tiny ‘asteroid’ >>
* Sensors Save Lung Transplant Patients from Organ Failure >>
* Can a Computer Tell Whether Something Was Written by a Man or a Woman? >>

* ‘Star Wars Battlefront’ beta launches next month >>
* Scientists identify protein that will help treatment of arthritis >>
* Use of antibiotics may lead to diabetes: Study >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 September 2015

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* Algorithm turns any picture into the work of a famous artist >>
* Tired of memorizing passwords? A Turing Award winner came up with this algorithmic trick >>
* Watch This Guy Fly In A 54-Propeller Super Drone >>

* Sensor Predicts Which Donated Lungs Will Fail After Transplant >>
* Sony’s new smartwatch packs all its tech in the wristband >>
* Scientists Add Ingredient To Make Ice Cream Melt Slower >>

* Google’s Self-driving Cars In Austin Have Removed Humans Entirely >>
* Watch Two Real People Pass A Torch In A Virtual Reality World >>

* “Molecular Tweeting” Could Hold the Key to Busting Superbugs >>
* Transplant Surgeons Revive Hearts After Death >>

* How Artificial Intelligence Can Fight Air Pollution in China >>
* Longer lasting ice-cream developed by scientists >>
* Black+Decker Just Solved Streaky Windows >>

* People could use breath to ‘speak’ >>
* Concentrator Photovoltaics: The Next Step Towards Better Solar Power >>
* Why California Rules the Robocar Industry >>

* Netflix plans for future without movies from Epix >>
* Pluto probe new horizons has A few Scientific flybys left >>
* A daily walk ‘can add seven years to your life’ >>

* Renewable Energy is Good for Your Health >>
* New Sensor Predicts Which Lung Transplants Will Fail >>
* NASA Mulling Life-Hunting Mission to Saturn Moon Enceladus >>

* Our Galaxy’s Heart Glows in Psychedelic X-Ray Light >>
* Millions of drones by 2025 and a million military grade drones by 2030 >>
* 1 to 10 billion earthlike planets in the Milky Way Galaxy >>

* Google will alert you to severe weather >>
* The mystery of the ‘alien plughole’ on Mars >>
* Dark Matter May Be More Complex Than Physicists Thought >>

* First Video Camera to Use Artificial Intelligence to Identify and Self-Edit >>
* 10 Amazing Robots That Will Change the World >>
* Black Stainless adds a modern edge to your kitchen. >>

* Computers Can Predict Schizophrenia Based on How a Person Talks >>
* Tiny Space Telescope to Aim at ‘Super-Earth’ Atmospheres >>
* Expandable space stations will be tested and proven in space within 12 months >>

* Nuclear Energy and Uranium through 2024 >>
* A Really Small Telescope Captured This Gorgeous Galaxy Image >>
* Antimatter Will Surf on Plasma Waves in the Particle Colliders of the Future >>

* How Technology Is Fueling The Push Toward Solar >>
* Micro Robots Will Sense Toxins And Deliver Medicine >>
* This 3D-Printed Working Model of a 787’s Jet Engine Has Impressive Thrust >>

* Developers can now use Embarcadero’s RAD Studio for Windows 10 apps >>
* Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 Latest Feature Reveal Highlights Machine Learning Security Engine >>
* LG sensor adds smarts to your ‘dumb’ home appliances >>

* Your First 10 Customers Can Make Or Break You >>
* Swan’s Springy Neck Inspires Better Drone Cameras >>
* Traveling Backward in Time Is Kind of Hard >>

* A New Billion-Mile Journey for New Horizons >>
* Genetic stability key to switching off ageing >>
* Now, a wireless pacemaker sans surgery >>

* Astronomy Picture of the Day >>
* Seeing quantum motion >>
* Smallest 3-D camera offers brain surgery innovation >>

* This algorithm can create a new Van Gogh or Picasso in just an hour >>
* Why Greatness Cannot Be Planned: The Myth of the Objective >>
* How mass extinctions can accelerate robot evolution >>

* Engineered bacteria form multicellular circuit to control protein expression >>
* TSC 2016 The Science of Consciousness >>
* ‘Artificial leaf’ harnesses sunlight for efficient, safe hydrogen fuel production >>

* Light-speed interconnects may lead to ultra-high-speed computers >>
* Russia plans to fly new hypersonic scramjet prototypes in 2019 or 2020 >>
* How to capture and convert CO2 from a smokestack in a single step >>

* Is a Cambrian Explosion Coming for Robotics? >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 August 2015

* Police Taser drones authorized in N.D. >>
* 1 billion used Facebook in a day: Zuckerberg >>
* How to Build a Space Elevator From Scratch >>

* Live cells stuck together like Velcro could mend broken hearts >>
* Solar Device Shatters Records For Splitting Water >>
* Amazon Developing TV Series Based On Galaxy Quest >>

* 3 lessons IBM’s Watson can teach us about our brains’ biases >>
* NASA simulates Mars mission by locking up people in a tiny dome >>
* Is technology keeping us tethered to work? >>

* A Drone Hovering In Place Took These Perfect Timelapses of Earth’s Surface >>
* What Is Parallax? >>

* “A Billion Miles Beyond Pluto” — NASA New Horizons to Probe Unexplored Kuiper Belt Objects >>
* New Boss on Construction Sites Is a Drone >>
* A Wildly Detailed 100-Year Plan for Getting Humans to Mars >>

* Gillmor Gang: Dog Days >>
* This Man Is About to Put a Robot in Your Pocket >>
* 3D printed 120 micron long microfish with microject engines could be efficient bloodstream robots >>

* Boeing shows off its portable drone-killing laser >>
* Scientists Find A Double Black Hole Inside A Nearby Quasar >>
* Nielsen Is Tracking What We Like to Watch on Netflix >>

* Boeing Unveils Its Anti-drone Laser Weapon >>
* This Experiment First Cracked the Genetic Code—But Most People Have Never Heard of It >>
* Synthetic Heart Tissue Sticks Like Velcro >>

* Darpa Wants Friendly Gremlin Drones >>
* In Bmw Electric Car, Software ‘coding’ Unlocks Hidden Features Owners Want >>
* Concept Video: Your Next Plane Could Take Off Vertically >>

* New Instrument Captures the Secret Lives of Cells >>
* Theory explaining Electromagnetic energy without radiation could be important physics breakthrough >>
* Speech-classifier program is better at predicting psychosis than psychiatrists >>

* Extreme pressure reveals new phenomenon in atomic nuclei >>
* Video Friday: Mini Surgical Robot, Precision Drones, and Bioinspired Robotics at Harvard >>
* US B-3 stealth bomber planned for 2025 will try to get through pickets of large anti-stealth radar drones >>

* New Target For New Horizons – Boldly Going | Orbit Animation >>
* NASA’s Next Nuclear-Powered Mars Rover: Building the Beast >>
* If Technology removes limits will there be larger families ? >>

* Daimler’s self-driving 18-wheelers ready to take to the autobahn >>
* What human emotions do we really want of artificial intelligence? >>
* Google’s App Search Results Now Look More Like An App Store >>

* Next iPhone will shoot 4K video, blog says >>
* Astronomers uncover evidence of galaxy metamorphosis >>
* Can’t put your phone down? You may be a nomophobe >>

* NASA Just 3-D Printed Part of a Rocket >>
* Why Physicists Are So Excited About ‘neutrino Effect’ >>
* Purple Potatoes Slow Colon Cancer In Mice >>

* Announcing The Disrupt SF 2015 Agenda >>
* IoT And The Rise Of Subscription Marketing >>

* DARPA CRAFT Program Aims for Affordable Designer Circuits that Do More with Less Power >>
* DARPA working on several approaches for new advanced materials >>

* Photos Show How NASA Removed Tanks from Retired Space Shuttles for Station >>
* Is NASA Serious About Humans To Mars? | Video >>
* Scientists Send Kombucha to Space in Search for Extraterrestrial Life >>

* “Metamorphosis” –The Evolution of Galaxies: The Basic Building Block of the Observable Universe >>
* ‘Xombie’ Rocket Got Brains! Proves New Mars Landing System | Video >>

* Electric Glue Can Set Anywhere >>
* World population will be around 15-25 billion in 2100 and will increase through 2200 because of African fertility >>

* A Clearer Outlook for Quantum Dot-Enabled Solar Windows >>
* Robots With Smooth Moves Are Up to 40% More Efficient >>
* Nanomagnet computers could consume one-tenth the power of today’s microprocessors >>

* The Large Cloud of Magellan >>
* Self-Repairing Material Could Prevent Spaceship Catastrophes >>
* What is Earth’s Average Temperature? >>

* Nano – meet her: AMD’s Radeon R9 4K graphics card for non-totally bonkers gamers, people >>
* AMD’s Powerful New R9 Nano Graphics Card Fits In Small Places >>
* Would you pay to avoid ads on YouTube? >>

* Researchers turn to seaweeds to develop new antibiotics >>
* ‘Microwave diamonds’: Girl’s new best friend >>
* Blood test ‘detects cancer relapse’ >>

* Could Alien Life Spread ‘Like a Virus’ to the Stars? >>
* Tiny Space Telescope to Aim at ‘Super-Earth’ Atmospheres >>
* 3D Printing Makes a Complex Brain Surgery Possible, Saving The Life of a 50-year-old Woman in China >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 August 2015

* 3D-Printed Microfish May Soon Inject Themselves In Your Body >>
* YouTube Gaming launching today to challenge Twitch’s livestreaming dominance >>
* LG’s non-curved 4K OLED TVs are finally here >>

* Light-based data transmission can replace wires in hospitals >>
* Uber announces new research project for self-driving cars >>
* Dawn Drops To 1470km Orbit, Snaps Sharper Pictures of Ceres >>

* Researchers may have found a cancer cell’s ‘off’ switch >>
* more-than-100-billion-billion-earth-like-planets-might-exist >>
* Hormones boost placebo effect by making you want to cooperate >>

* Exercise May Not Boost Brains Of Frail Elderly >>
* Newest LG OLED TVs primed for dynamic 4K video future >>
* Finally! A Robot That Serves Beer >>

* Indian scientists discover Alzheimer’s dark secrets >>
* There’s a Massive Battle Brewing Over the Future Of Wi-Fi >>
* Braille ‘dot’ smartwatch developed for blind people >>

* Blood test could predict breast cancer’s return: study >>
* VR headsets are coming — and success will rest on games and media from developers >>

* 22 Years of Sea Level Rise Measured From Space | Video >>
* India’s 1st Mars Probe Captures Stunning 3D View of Huge Chasm >>
* The Universe of 2-D Materials Expands in the Real World >>

* Why You Probably Don’t Care About a Fuel Cell iPhone That Can Run for a Week >>
* Russia shows off supersonic combusting ramjet engine at airshow and expects hypersonic cruise missile around 2021 >>
* Ultrathin Solar Cells for Lightweight and Flexible Applications >>

* When Virtual Reality Collides with Reality, It’s Surreal >>
* Estimate: Human Brain 30 Times Faster than Best Supercomputers >>
* An Outline of The Uses of Supertall Towers >>

* Modumetal nanolaminated steel and zinc can be ten times stronger and corrosion resistant >>
* How to reprogram cancer cells back to normal >>
* Anti-aging effects (in mice) of a dietary supplement called alpha lipoic acid >>

* How fast are we moving through space? (Synopsis) >>
* ‘Tricorder’-style handheld MouthLab detects patients’ vital signs, rivaling hospital devices >>
* Uber Project May Improve Autonomous Cars’ Vision >>

* Track and Field World Championships 2015 >>
* Microsoft Says Programmable Chips Will Make AI Software Smarter >>
* Touchpad Has 20,000 Sensors and Can Interpret 16 Touches at Once >>

* People With Schizophrenia Have Different Throat Bacteria >>
* This Is The Vehicle That Will Replace The Humvee >>
* Robotic Microfish Can Sense and Remove Toxins From Their Environment >>

* Windows 10 Is Doing Pretty OK Actually >>
* Stephen Hawking’s New Theory on Black Holes is Fantastically Insane >>
* The Flu Vaccine That Lasts a Lifetime is Coming >>

* Ever wanted to look at a millipede’s genitals? >>
* You can spend a day watching Star Wars toys get unboxed live on YouTube >>
* Watching a spacecraft fall in the desert >>

* Google inviting very small number of developers into futuristic Project Soli >>
* Researchers find pathway that controls metabolism and will try to use it to cure obesity >>
* Progress to Smaller, Cheaper Particle Colliders and efficient antimatter production >>

* A German Robot Learned to Cook Pizza by Watching YouTube and Reading WikiHow Read more at >>
* DARPA CRAFT Program Aims for Affordable Designer Circuits that Do More with Less Power >>
* DARPA working on several approaches for new advanced materials >>

* Reports of improved jet engines in China and development for a mach 5 test plane faster than the SR71 Blackbird >>
* Researchers find pathway that controls metabolism and will try to use it to cure obesity >>
* Samsung unveils higher capacity Lithium ion batteries for electric bikes to provide 100 kilometer range in one charge >>

* Hitachi Developing Dual-Armed Robot for Warehouse Picking >>
* Scientists Discover That Proteins in Your Body Can Make Plutonium Glow >>
* LG Made A Full-Size Keyboard For Mobiles That Folds Into A Stick To Fit In Your Bag >>

* $1 Million More a Year Could Save Kiwi Birds from Extinction >>
* Soon, solid-state batteries that can last forever >>
* Black holes are a passage to another universe, says Stephen Hawking >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 August 2015

* Stephen Hawking says he has a way to escape from a black hole >>
* OSIRIS REx: Asteroid Sample Return >>
* MIT unveils world’s first ‘crash proof’ computer >>

* Google Wants To Use Your Car’s GPS To Track Potholes >>
* An Algorithm Can Quickly Find the Killer in an Agatha Christie Mystery >>
* App gives smartphone snaps more than 5 million different filters >>

* Making hydrogen fuel from water and visible light at 100 times higher efficiency >>
* First-Generation “Robot Scientist” to Search for Underlying Laws of Nature >>
* Private Space Stations Could Be a Reality by 2025 >>

* Microsoft’s MobileFusion lets you scan 3D objects via smartphone >>
* Researchers envisage swarms of tiny drones for dangerous rescue missions >>

* Tri-alpha Energy targets 1 second plasma duration at 100 million degrees in the one to three years >>
* Profile: KSI Data Sciences Defies the Coming Drone Data Deluge >>
* Li-Fi in the ER >>

* Meteors and Milky Way over Mount Rainier >>
* Vysor puts your Android device in a desktop browser window >>
* Salesforce Lightning Ushers In New Design For Core CRM Product >>

* The Air Force Wants You to Trust Robots–Should You? >>
* How Intel’s Future Goes Way Beyond the PC >>
* Gene study confirms low Vitamin D, multiple sclerosis link >>

* This MIT presentation reveals why the Mars One colony isn’t feasible >>
* Salesforce finally kills its embarrassing old look and starts over >>
* Capturing the Wonder of the Sea in Stunning Black and White >>

* Cheerleaders hired to motivate programmers >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 August 2015

* Cataracts Melt Away Thanks To New Eye Drops Containing Steroid Lanosterol >>
* Cancer cells programmed back to normal by US scientists >>
* Motorola’s new camera is a massive upgrade over anything it’s done before >>

* Robots: They make pancakes and pizza, just like us >>
* Scientists create a ‘wormhole’ for magnetic fields >>
* How Einstein Discovered General Relativity amid War, Divorce and Rivalry >>

* Microsoft is turning the iPhone’s camera into a 3D scanner >>
* Police secretly track cellphones to solve routine crimes >>
* Shuddle starts new carpool-for-kids service >>
* How to save a wet phone >>

* Amazon wants a drone traffic controller >>
* Ants take medicine when sick, finds new study >>
* Neurons that help us form habits discovered >>

* Nano medicine breakthrough a giant leap for India >>
* China share slump: How it affects the rest of the world >>
* Deep Dream: Artificial intelligence meets hallucinations >>

* Plasma Rocket Technology Receives NASA Funding Boost >>
* Japanese Cargo Ship Delivers Mice, Booze and More to Space Station >>
* Microwave Oven Is Key to Safer Quantum Dot Manufacturing >>

* Second Gerald Ford class super aircraft carrier on track for delivery to US Navy in 2016 >>
* Supramolecular nanofibers could create super efficient solar energy >>
* Mostly Mute Monday: A Pulsing Cosmic Echo (Synopsis) >>

* System Routes Internet Traffic Around Countries You Don’t Trust >>
* Astronomy Picture of the Day >>
* A New Energy Plant In Hawaii Generates Power From Ocean Temperature Extremes >>

* Here’s Proof That Most Teleporters Have a Very Limited Imagination >>
* Carbon Nanotube Implants Could Help Diagnose Medical Conditions >>
* Mit’s New 3d Printer Can Print 10 Materials Simultaneously >>

* Gillmor Gang: Alphabet Soup >>
* Universal has made $5.5 billion this year without a superhero or YA movie >>
* The After Math: A robot fights for funding, vaping’s vote of confidence >>

* Real-life first-person shooter created to survive the zombie apocalypse >>
* Kentucky Man Arrested After Shooting Down Drone >>
* USC student Cosmo Scharf peers into the future of Virtual Reality >>

* NASA wants to turn astronauts’ poop into food >>
* Drug to counter nuclear radiation effects >>
* A Grand Unveiling: Inside the Big Ideas Hatched at the 2015 Graduate Studies Program >>

* James Webb Space Telescope Looks Like Gold Plated Space Origami >>
* Quantum computer firm D-Wave claims massive performance boost >>
* We need a new version of capitalism for the jobless future >>

* Making hydrogen fuel from water and visible light at 100 times higher efficiency >>
* RB2015: Molecular Networks that Lead to Cognitive Decline and Alzheimer’s Disease: Philip De Jager >>

* Skylake Has a Voice DSP and Listens To Your Commands >>
* Study: HoloLens could replace PCs as the preferred workplace computer >>
* Microsoft’s Cortana launches on Android with public beta >>

* Netflix to Add Films and TV Series for Teenagers >>
* 3-D Printing To Catch The Wind — Micro And Large Wind Turbines >>
* Robots Are Coming For Our Jobs, Just Not All of Them >>

* Windows 95 Was The Most Important Operating System Of All Time >>
* A Way to Make Depth-Sensing Cameras Better >>
* Resveratrol Does Strange Things To Dog’s Immune System >>

* Accessibility tech in a hearing-centric world >>
* Sony unveils drone prototype that looks like a miniature airplane >>
* Leaked images reveal Huawei’s Nexus with an unusual camera bump >>

* Age Is Irrelevant When It Comes to Fitness >>
* Network Economies: Economic System as a Configurable Parameter >>
* Why wind — and soon solar — are already cheaper than fossil fuels >>

* Pakistan starts construction of two 1100 MWe nuclear reactors >>
* Rechargeable batteries with almost indefinite lifetimes coming, say MIT-Samsung engineers >>
* Gigantic Antarctic Instrument, IceCube, Finds Mysterious Cosmic Neutrinos >>

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