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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27-31 December 2012

December 31, 2012 Leave a comment

* Advanced ET Technology May Exist on a ‘Third Level’ Beyond Matter (2012 Most Popular) >>
* Reasons to go beyond biological life extension >>
* Could Fusion Clean Up Nuclear Waste? >>

* Japan’s Digital Grid Scheme >>
* “No Jupiter, No Advanced Life? ” (‘2012 Most Popular’) >>
* Finally, A Bottle That Can Store Sound >>

* Would You Want To Use Your NFC-Enabled Phone As Car Keys? >>
* Roadmap to Photon Propulsion for Interstellar Flight >>
* Best of 2012: First Teleportation from One Macroscopic Object to Another >>

* How Bat Genomes Could Help Make You Healthy >>
* Planet Discovery Through Disk Structure >>
* Biotech Startup uBiome Aims To Sequence The Bacteria That Call Our Bodies Home >>

* A Collection of Predictions for 2013 >>
* Is growth over? >>

* How to control music and video on the Web with a wave of your hand >>

* Enter the 2013 Popular Science Invention Awards >>
* The Universe Beyond Our Reach >>
* New thermoelectric hot water pipes generate 2.5W per 10cm >>

* Human Gene Patenting: Yes, Companies Can Own Your DNA >>
* Black boxes may be mandatory for all new cars by 2014 >>

* Could the U.S. economy stop growing forever? >>

* Physicians in China treat addictions by destroying the brain’s pleasure center >>
* Strange behavior: New study exposes living cells to synthetic protein >>
* White House Petition: Could we Build the Starship Enterprise? >>

* Technology will replace 80% of what doctors do – Fortune Tech >>
* From 3D Printing to a New Superman: A Look Ahead to 2013 >>
* ‘Neuristor’: memristors used to create neuron-like behavior >>

* A high-resolution nanoscale window to the live biological world >>
* Synaptic electronic circuits that learn and forget like neural processes >>
* A prototype glove recognizes pen strokes formed in thin air >>

* Laser Motion Control of Maglev Graphite >>
* 15 Science and Technology News Bytes From 2013 >>
* Big, open and more networked than ever: 10 trends from 2012 >>

* 30 Under 30: Energy >><br/
* Molecular levers may make materials better >>

* Advanced humanoid Roboy to be ‘born’ in nine months >>

* Will Humans Keep Evolving on Ultra-Long Space Missions? >>
* Getting angry can add 2 years to your life >>
* Best of 2012: Mathematicians Solve Minimum Sudoku Problem >>

* Brain scan can sort dementia by type >>
* Could our solar system be heading for danger? Experts believe it is… >>
* When mice remember, brain cells reactivate >>

* Smartphones, led lighting and 50 watts of solar power for everyone >>
* Hydrogel Membrane to Protect Implanted Biosensors from Immune Attack (VIDEO) >>
* Why We Should Let the Robots Take Over >>

* Watch This LEGO Drone Soar Across the Sky >>
* Measurements hint why the universe is dominated by matter, not anti-matter >>
* 100 Things to Watch in 2013 >>

* Become a Crime-Fighting Superhero in Your Spare Time >>
* 25 Technologies Every Smart City Should Have >>
* Toshiba’s New 20-Megapixel Image Sensor Is a Remnant of the Megapixel Wars >>

* Found in Translation: How Language Shapes Our Lives and Transforms the World >>
* Molecular levers may make materials better >>
* Making Robots with Mass Appeal >>

* Meet the Grabby, Sugar-Fueled Robots the Navy Wants to Put in Space >>
* Scientists show that microbes from Earth can survive conditions found on Mars >>
* What can we possibly learn from analyzing the Newtown gunman’s DNA? >>

* Meaning on the Brain: How Your Mind Organizes Reality >>
* Three gods: The hardest logic puzzle ever >>
* Monkey Brain Area Keeps Count of Kindnesses >>

* Asparagus Prevents Hangovers, Incredibly Useful Study Finds >>
* Robot Boy To Be ‘Born’ In 9 Months, And Programmed To Do All His Chores >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23-26 December 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23-26 December 2012

December 26, 2012 Leave a comment

* Nasa plan: Seize asteroid, make it refuelling station >>
* Google’s Mobile Future Is Now >>
* LG Unveils a Gigantor 100-Inch Laser Projector: You’re Gonna Need Bigger Walls >>

* Living Smart: New thermostats can ‘learn’ home’s routine >>
* Could your airplane be shot out of the air by lightning strikes? >>
* California’s marijuana boom is wreaking havoc on the environment >>

* NASA’s Recon Orbiter Is the Most Important Thing We’ve Ever Thrown at Mars >>
* NASA Asteroid Capture Study >>
* Wireless charging smartphones, flexible displays and low cost smartphones >>

* SpaceX Grasshopper Takes Off and Lands Vertically in New 12-Story Hop >>
* Yosemite Winter Night >>
* Google Zeitgeist 2012: Year In Review >>

* How does a traffic cop ticket a driverless car? >>
* What will your next body be like? >>
* You Tomorrow [Kindle Edition] >>

* How to ID people exposed to ionizing radiation >>
* AIRobots: remotely controlled aerial robots >>
* “Some Regions of the Universe are Not Favorable for Life” (Holiday Weekend Feature) >>

* Best of: Measurement That Would Reveal The Universe As A Computer Simulation >>
* Two bowel cancer genes discovered >>
* Ideal body size identified >>

* Flight to space tourism gets a step closer >>
* Rushkoff on Narrative Collapse: we are the storytellers now >>
* Monitoring air pollution on smart phones >>

* It’s All About the Genes and the Brain Machines >>
* Cloud-Powered GPS Chip Slashes Smartphone Power Consumption >>
* First goat genome sets a good example for facilitating assembly of large genomes >>

* LG Adds Google TV to Seven Sets for Smarter Channel Surfing >>
* Xsens teases wearable 3D body sensors , will track an arm and a leg (video) >>

* Trojan-horse therapy ‘completely eliminates’ cancer in mice >>
* Comet Hale-Bopp Over Val Parola Pass
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* Peter Theil Funds Atmospheric Vortex Engine for controlled tornado power >>

* Advanced ET Civilizations May Be Impossible to Detect (Holiday Weekend Feature) >>
* Crowdfunded Drones Could Save White Rhinos From Extinction >>
* Huawei’s 6.1-inch 1080p Ascend Mate flaunted by exec, leaves little surprise for CES >>

* Digital Domain: Smart Parking Has a Learning Curve, Too >>
* Smart Windows Manage Heat And Light >>
* The Networked Species >>

* #10 3D Printing Laboratories: The Age of DIY Designer Drugs Begins >>
* DARPA Wants Wireless Devices That Can Blast Through the Noise >>
* Energy Conservation and the Puzzle of the Body’s Healing Rate >>

* Flexible Solar Cells Can Stick to Just About Any Surface >>
* Progress on the Vortex Rocket Engine >>
* Researchers create a ‘trojan-horse’ virus to eliminate cancer in mice >>

* Microsoft Research does Cloud-Offloaded GPS >>
* Origin of life emerged from cell membrane bioenergetics >>

* To check the time, force molecules to ‘chill’ >>
* NASA Plans To “Lasso” Asteroid and Turn It Into Space Station >>
* The Singularity: what to expect when machines get smarter than us >>

* #7 Brain Damage – 83 ways to stupefy intelligence >>
* #8 Any Sufficiently Advanced Civilization is Indistinguishable from Nature >>

* Do aliens exist? We may find it out in 12 years >>
* India prepares for the supermarket revolution >>
* Tau Ceti e: Another Interstellar Target? >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 December 2012

December 21, 2012 Leave a comment

* Futureseek, 2012 Year In Review Selection >>

* Open Source Outer Space: How A Couple Of Guys Are Building A Homemade Rocket Ship for the Masses >>
* University of Cambridge Professor Explains Human Brain Network With Twitter >>
* Study Finds That iPhone App Can Make Accurate Stroke Diagnosis >>

* Cell phone data helps pinpoint source of traffic tie-ups >>
* Answering ALL Your Questions [Starts With A Bang] >>
* Cutting key protein may keep tumors local >>

* What’s The Future Of Doctors When Sensors In Your Electronics Diagnose Disease? >>
* Great Filter theory suggests humans have already conquered threat of extinction >>
* Now Learners Don’t Need An Internet Connection To Watch Khan Academy Lessons >>

* Woman with quadriplegia feeds herself chocolate using mind-controlled robot arm >>
* Finally: a free, open-source medical journal >>
* Pocket test measures 50 things in a drop of blood >>

* We’re all living longer, but longevity increases not benefitting everybody >>
* Orion over El Castillo >>
* New calculations solve an old problem with DNA >>

* Giant tooth hints at truly monumental dinosaur >>
* Blind juggling robot keeps a ball in the air for hours >>
* Outline of the biology in mice that live up to 60% longer >>

* There’s a New Site Just for 3D-Printed Gun Designs >>
* This Record-Breaking Spinning Jump Is Even Crazier Than Felix Baumgartner’s Space Fall >>
* MRI Could Solve Cellphone Radiation Problems >>

* Samsung Display teases 5.5-inch flexible 720p display for demo at CES >>
* Samsung produces its first 14nm FinFET test chip >>
* US military exploring Kinect for low-cost physical therapy routines >>

* VPN Providers Say China Blocks Encryption Using Machine Learning Algorithms >>
* Make way for the preparedness industry >>
* Nanoparticle Coated Lens Converts Light into Sound for Precise Non-invasive Surgery >>

* Ultra HDTV, 3D Printers And More: Trends To Watch At CES >>
* Evolution: It’s all in how you splice it >>
* Google, Kurzweil, and the Information Transformation Age >>

* Wrist Sensor Tells You How Stressed Out You Are >>
* How To 3-D Print A Record >>
* AT&T Labs Builds an Asthma-Trigger Detection Device >>

* Ray Kurzweil “How to Create a Mind”, Authors at Google >>
* How to survive the future >>

* The 20 Great Challenges of Health and Medicine >>
* Facebook Poke Sends Quick Messages to Your Friends, Self-Destructs Them Later >>
* Of Course Robots Beat Humans at Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots >>

* Video: Robots Will Steal Your Job, but That’s OK >>
* SI: December 2012 Newsletter >>
* 27 Science Fictions That Became Science Facts In 2012 >>

* Changes to expect by 2030 >>
* Cognitive Enhancement >>

* FutureMed Day 1 – Ray Kurzweil, Gabor Forgacs, Eythor Bender >>
* FutureMed Day 2 – Eric Schadt, Ester Dyson, a Tour of Kaiser’s Center >>
* FutureMed Day 3 – Robert Hariri, Mike West, a Visit to Autodesk >>
* FutureMed Day 4 – Philip Low, Andrew Hessel, a Visit to Intuitive Surgical >>

* Laser Generated Focused Ultrasound: The New Minimally-Invasive Surgical Scalpel? >>
* Video: Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots’ Robots, Quadcyclorotors, and a Liquid That Thinks >>
* Drone Wars: Berkeley Considers Ban On Robotic Aircraft >>

* Roundup: Cognitive computing, Africa goes to space and ugly Christmas sweaters >>
* Wearable touchscreen lets doctors monitor patients remotely >>
* Merging Hexapod Bots and Flying Quadrotors Is Humanity’s Biggest Mistake >>

* Word skills help toddlers control their rage >>
* The Nearest Sun-Like Star May Be As Miraculous As Our Own! [Starts With A Bang] >>
* Using Immune Cells to Deliver Cancer-Killing Viruses >>

* Gene-swap therapy eases rare brain disease >>
* Wired Science Space Photo of the Day: Star Making Waves >>
* Toyota Introducing Wireless Mat Phone Chargers >>

* MIT researchers discover a new kind of magnetism >>
* Research debunks the ‘IQ myth’ >>
* Best videos of 2012: First motion MRI of unborn twins >>

* Tool Tells True Tweets from Fakes >>
* WorldFuture 2013: Exploring the Next Horizon >>
* New Mars Research: A Large Portion of Ancient Planet Was Under Water >>

* Nanotechnology: Spotting a molecular mix-up >>
* This Self-Teaching Battery Sifter Sorts Cells Solely by Sight >>
* Two Projects Aim to Learn How Microbes Affect Health >>

* A giant tooth from the Late Cretaceous means either a titanosaur 30% bigger >>
* My Dumb Phone Experiment: Week Two >>
* A new type of nerve cell found in the brain >>

* Lawrenceville Plasma Physics Fusion Project has solved its arcing problem and a leak >>
* A Molecular Scientist Wrote This Marriage Proposal in DNA >>
* 2012 Year in Pictures: Part III >>

* Will the Willy Wonka of technology help Google usher in a new future? >>
* Christmas Cookies Are the Best Use of 3D Printing Yet >>
* Click, print, shoot: Downloadable guns possible >>

* The week in tech: 5 must-know things >>
* VIDEO: Bulletproof backpack divides parents >>
* Facebook tests paid-for messaging >>

* VIDEO: Solstice and Mayan calendar marked >>
* Synthetic drug reverses serious liver damage >>
* Doomsday likely only after 4 billion years >>

* IQ score not right intelligence indicator >>
* Higgs boson discovery biggest scientific breakthrough of 2012 >>
* Stroke drug kills bugs behind ulcers, TB >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 December 2012 >>

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Futureseek, 2012 Year In Review Selection

December 20, 2012 1 comment

Futureseek Year in Review – Addition.
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This list is generated really from the filtered millions scanned through the year onto the Futureseek daily feeds. the total tagged articles came in around 20k this year. From this raw list i selected about 1000 to go onto this list. This year’s list has a slightly more tech flavor, in final analysis. However if this isn’t enough for you try going through the raw links your itself and building your own tops list from the raw links; ( Raw Dump )

A look back at 2012 … …..
Merry Xmas.

Regards
Tristan
@futureseek @tristanhambling futureseek.wordpress.com
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* Virtual Body Technology Uses 5 Senses >>
* BigDog Robot Learns To Obey Voice Commands, Follow, Roll Over >>
* Japanese Firm Introduces The Satis, An Android App-Controlled Toilet >>

* The IBM Next 5 in 5: Our 2012 Forecast of Inventions that Will Change the World Within Five Years >>
* NASA’s brand new spacesuit prototype really does look like Buzz Lightyear >>
* First map of how the brain organizes everything we see >>

* REALTIME CGI: Agni’s Philosophy–Final Fantasy Real Time Tech Demo >>
* Autodesk Developing CAD Software to Design, 3-D Print Living Tissue >>
* Ping Pong Ball-Sized Robots Can Swarm Together To Form A Smart Liquid >>

* Smartphone-Controlled Japanese Toilet Keeps A Personal Poop Diary >>
* Peter Thiel’s Latest Pet Project: Tornado-Powered Energy >>
* How the brain adapts when goals shift >>

* This 3-D Printer Can Print You An Entire Bike >>
* Small, portable sensors allow users to monitor pollution on their smart phones >>
* After Merger, 3D Printing Industry Has A New Leader >>

* Tweets Need A Credibility Rating And This Lie Detector Algorithm Could Help >>
* Peter Thiel Funds Effort To Tap Tornado Power To Generate Electricity >>
* DARPA creating 100 Gigabit per second wireless communication backbone >>

* Artificial Intelligence Knows When People Are Tweeting About You >>
* AI designer learns to build games from scratch >>

* iPhone map app overlays a virtual path on the real world >>
* What Google sees in new hire, futurist Ray Kurzweil >>
* Police Can Timestamp Any Audio Recording From Background Interference Alone >>

* Tablet-controlled assembly line robots ready for the masses >>
* Scientists can now gauge skin’s true age with new laser technique >>
* A brush that cleans teeth with ultrasonic waves >>

* Chip could turn smartphones into bomb sensors >>
* Billions Of Reasons To Get Ready For Big Data >>
* Schmidt On Why Tax Avoidance is Good, Robot Workers, and Google Fiber >>

* A Sensor-Filled Watch That Keeps Track Of Your Health >>
* A Humanoid Robot With Lifelike Bones And Muscles >>
* On TV, Ray Kurzweil Tells Me How to Build a Brain >>

* Watch A 10-Story Building Go Up In Two Days >>
* Using Light to Transmit Information –A Seminal New Breakthrough >>
* Virgin Media extends London Underground WiFi again, aims for 120 stations >>

* Browser Wars Flare Again, This Time for Phones and Tablets >>
* Inside The World’s Biggest Consumer 3D Printing Factory (Video) >>
* If you read only one book about the future of biology, this should be it >>

* Get ready for ads that follow you from one device to the next >>
* Substitutional Reality System Makes Reality and Fiction Indistinguishable >>

* Your next boss could be a computer >>
* Could augmented reality windows take boredom out of road trips? >>
* A 3D printer that manufactures new cancer drugs with drag-and-drop DNA >>

* An algorithm for speech-based emotion classification >>
* The Rise of Voice Biometrics for Mobile Phones >>
* Who Will Solve Wearable Computing’s “Jetpack” Problem? >>

* Smartphone App Alerts Drowsy Drivers >>
* Nest Is Just the Beginning of Smart Home Tech >>
* We Now Know How Long Astronauts Could Withstand Radiation On Mars >>

* Watch: 3-D Printed Assault Rifle Breaks After Just 6 Shots >>
* Volvo plans self-driving cars in 2014, envisions accident-free fleet by 2020. >>
* ‘4-D’ transistor is preview of future computers >>

* How tall can a Lego tower get? >>
* Smartphones might soon develop emotional intelligence >>
* Intel’s Futurist Brian David Johnson Looks Out To 2020-2025 >>

* Your AT&T Bill Will Soon Be a Video >>
* Telepresence Robots Invade Hospitals – “Doctors Can Be Anywhere, Anytime” >>
* The Future of Computers: Voice Recognition >>

* Robots act like squirrels to trick other robots >>
* 3-D Printed Satellite Aims for Orbit >>
* Westinghouse teases 110-inch 4K LED TV, promises more details at CES >>

* Sonar Vision system touted by researchers to help the blind hear what they can’t see >>
* An artificially intelligent future >>
* Kngine Aims To Build A Natural Language-Driven App That Can Answer Any Question >>

* Reconfigurable robot a step toward something that can become almost anything >>
* The drone that cripples electronics at the touch of a button >>
* Jason Silva | Video maps out Kurzweil’s Six Epochs of Evolution >>

* How to Use Twitter Friends As Sensors to Detect Disease Outbreaks >>
* New smartphone monitors skin tone >>
* What would be possible with Complete Success for Harold White’s Warp drive work >>

* British boffins 3D print electrical sensors >>
* Self-Updating LCD Grocery Shelf Labels Are Pure Genius >>
* Custom 3D-Printed Beams Can Be 10,000 Times Stronger Than Steel >>

* Meet Spaun, The Most Complex Simulated Brain Ever >>
* DNA ‘LEGOs’ Build a Mini Space Shuttle >>
* What DNA Actually Looks Like >>

* Artificial Brain Mimics Human Abilities and Flaws >>
* Staples Will Offer On-Demand 3-D Printing In Stores >>
* Alarmingly large “Object1000″ 3DPrinter introduced >>
* ‘Intelligent’ Rifle Lets You Pre-Tag Your Target, Then Fire When Ready >>

* Australian doctors have learned how to preserve a woman’s fertility indefinitely >>
* Human Poop Helps Scientists Snoop on History >>
* Could astronauts use a 3-D printer to make parts from moon rocks? >>

* What If NASA Could Figure Out the Math of a Workable Warp Drive? >>
* General Electric Pitches an Industrial Internet >>
* 3D Printed Quadcopter >>

* Caltech and UVic Set 339Gbps Internet Speed Record >>
* This Robo-Griller Can Flip 360 Burgers an Hour >>
* A 3D printer to turn waste plastic into composting toilets, rainwater harvesting systems >>

* Watch This Adorable Horde of Intelligent Swarm Robots Play Piano >>
* Researchers develop method for creating artificial fingerprints >>
* Scientists See Advances in Deep Learning, a Part of Artificial Intelligence >>

* The emerging science of ‘collective intelligence’ — and the rise of the global brain >>
* Wireless network of cows to keep burps under control >>
* FLYING CHAIR: Hirobo’s helicopter can travel up to 100 Kph and fly for 30 minutes. >>

* Smallest logic circuit fabricated with single-electron transistors >>
* New technology could allow governments to listen in on your Skype conversations >>
* Watch This Awesome Robot Play Catch Better Than Your Dad >>

* Xbox TV could take shape as a set-top-box, not a service >>
* The Future of 3-D Printing Depends on Hipsters >>
* Juan Enriquez On Big Data And Tattoos >>

* Major advance in using sunlight to produce steam without boiling water >>
* Mind-Machine Links Researcher’s Brain to Cockroach Leg >>
* Robot book scanner reads 250 pages per minute >>
* Why the Frontiers of Biology Might Be Inside a Computer Chip >>

* Honda’s HEARBO robot can separate and locate four sound sources at once (video) >>
* Trying Out Indoor Navigation Using Inertial Sensing >>
* How to create an animated character from your facial expressions in real time >>

* IBM simulates 530 billon neurons, 100 trillion synapses on supercomputer >>
* Headband lets you monitor your brain waves via smartphone >>
* Nose cell transplant enables paralysed dogs to walk >>

* 3D Robotics’ Chris Anderson discusses a drone-filled future (video) >>
* Silent but Deadly: Special Forces Seek Quiet, Subsonic Bullets >>
* The Mobile Revolution Will Extend Your Business Model Faster Than The Web Did >>

* AR Eyewear Fools Your Belly (and Brain) Into Feeling Full >>
* X Prize to Sequence Genomes of World’s Oldest People. Hopes To Unlock Secrets of Longevity >>

* Foxconn installs first 10,000 robots of planned million >>
* Flying Helicopter Orb Guided By Brainwaves >>
* Tiny Vital Signs Monitor Powered by Passing Radio Waves >>

* Better thought-controlled computer cursor: New algorithm greatly improves speed and accuracy >>
* Mind-reading scan locates site of meaning in the brain >>
* MIT’s Artificial Intelligence Lab envisions a future of personal air transport (video) >>

* Artificial Muscle Is 200 Times Stronger Than the Real Thing >>
* iRobot Smashes Its New Robotic Hand With Baseball Bat >>
* Print It: 3-D Bio-Printing Makes Better Regenerative Implants >>

* Litographs Puts Entire Books On T-Shirts >>
* Smartphones to play bigger role in shopping >>
* Here comes artificial intelligence: Ray Kurzweil’s new book imagines man-made minds >>

* Smartphones to play bigger role in shopping >>
* Nissan’s Drive-By-Wire Tech Could Make Steering Wheels Obsolete >>
* Google Just Beat Siri to TV Voice Search >>

* Vuzix Smart Glasses M100 to battle Google Glass for Android eyewear supremacy >>
* China ‘needs 4,960 planes by 2031’ >>
* Canadian Man in Vegetative State Communicates with World through fMRI (VIDEO) >>

* Brain-Computer Interface Technologies in the Coming Decades >>
* Mind-Controlled Robots Bring Us One Step Closer To Our Avatar Future >>
* 6.5 billion mobile subscribers by 2018 >>

* Wi-Fi-Controlled Smart Windows Auto-Tint >>
* LeWeb Program: Internet Of Things With Nest, Fitbit, Lockitron, NASA & Others >>
* Robot Gets from A to B by Asking the Way >>

* Computer prediction the way of the future >>
* Urine-powered generator produces six hours of electricity per bathroom break >>
* 3D-printed rocket parts >>

* Why You Can’t Build Your Own Smartphone: the average smartphone is covered by over 250,000 patents. >>
* Ray Kurzweil’s new book predicts development of a super digital brain >>
* Facebook warehousing 180 PETABYTES of data a year >>

* Microsoft’s Real-Time Translator Speaks in Your Voice >>
* Saving the stuff of history with 3D laser scanners >>
* Artificial Intelligence: Will Superhuman Computers Take Over? >>

* Japan Display develops 2.3″ LCD panel with the world’s smallest pixel pitch of 651ppi >>
* Microsoft demos real-time English to Chinese translation >>
* Virtual traffic lights help solve commuting hell >>

* Self-Assembling Robots Using Flying Drones >>
* Algorithms Allow MAVs to Avoid Obstacles with Single Camera and Neuromorphic Hardware >>
* Samsung patent ties emotional states to virtual faces through voice, shows when we’re cracking up >>

* Algorithm Predicts Circles of Friends Using Contacts Data >>
* How To Build a Supercomputer In 24 Hours >>
* Wearable Breast Cancer Test Detects Tumors Before Doctors >>

* World’s first video-capable color e-paper demonstrated >>
* IBM’s Watson goes to medical school >>
* Novel Mobile Display Tech Could End up on Your Car Dashboard >>

* Teenage Mogul Launches ‘Summly’ To Revolutionize Mobile Reading >>
* AMP-Foot 2.0 prosthesis gives the power of real feet, keeps a light step (video) >>
* VIDEO: 6 Smart Home Products Which Will Cut Your Energy Bill >>

* Yahoo Japan to Sell Genetic Test >>
* Inflatable Plug Could Have Stopped NYC Subway Flooding >>
* Chris Anderson leaving Wired to become CEO of 3D Robotics >>

* In Robotic Reality Experiment, Rat-Sized Humans Meet Human-Sized Rats >>
* Autonomous robot swarm takes over farm work >>
* Wi-Fi Radio Takes a Digital Turn >>

* Korean Robot Will Toss Your Salad >>
* 48-Core Chips Could Redefine Mobile Devices >>
* New soccer robot has human-like agility >>

* Jumping Robots to Extend Battery Life >>
* Seat technology aims to cut fatigue, improve long trips for drivers (w/ Video) >>
* A Rewired Internet Would Speed Up Content Delivery >>

* Researchers create video game that monitors heart rate to keep children’s anger in check >>
* Super Fast Computer Simulates the Heart >>
* Cory Doctorow and Charles Stross discuss “The Rapture of the Nerds” at Google >>

* DARPA’s Pet-Proto Robot Navigates Obstacles >>
* VIDEO: 3D printing bras and guitars >>
* Robotic butlers, bartenders and receptionists at Carnegie Mellon (video) >>

* German Robot Learns How to Play Ping-Pong [VIDEO] >>
* Embryos created with two women, one man >>
* Robot used for open-heart surgery >>

* Intel strives toward tiny chips to run wearable computers >>
* Turning The World’s Cell Phones Into A Network Of Sensors >>
* 3-D Printing: Watch these guys attempt to print a working bicycle. >>

* Augmented Reality: Intel Perceptual Computing demos >>
* The Next Wave in Lighting and the Internet of Things >>
* iPhone-Controlled Helicopter Drops Balls, Not Bombs [VIDEO] >>

* Smart Framework Enables Internet-of-Things >>
* The $9 Cardboard bike >>
* Robots create more jobs than they displace >>

* Student engineers design, build, fly ‘printed’ airplane >>
* Google takes us inside their data centers, shows you where the internet lives (video) >>
* MacGyver Robot Could Make Use Of Objects It Finds >>
* Eye Movements Could ID Computer Users >>

* Wired’s Chris Anderson: Today’s ‘Maker Movement’ Is The New Industrial Revolution >>
* MIT Pencil Draws Sensors Directly onto Paper >>
* Coca-Cola Equips Vending Machines With Kinects, Lets You Dance For Free Cokes >>

* Pentagon’s Plans For 3-D Printers: Mobile Labs, Bomb Sniffers and Prototype Limbs >>
* Robot firefighters help mitigate hazardous conditions >>
* Self-braking cars will save thousands of lives >>

* An always-on Siri: MindMeld listens to you talk, finds what you need >>
* Kurzweil: Brains will extend to the cloud >>
* 3D-Printed Optics Could Light Up the Gadgets of the Future [Video] >>

* New IBM Microscope Technique Has Resolution 100 Times Smaller Than An Atom >>
* Artificial Organ Waiting List… Coming Soon to a Hospital Near You (video) >>
* PandaBot Wants to Bring 3D Printing to the Masses [VIDEO] http://bit.ly/VBVqr1 >>

* Pioneer Carrozzeria AR heads-up display hands-on (video) >>
* Disney develops 3D-printed toys >>
* Project simulates 300,000 Android phones to fight wireless catastrophes (video) >>

* Sharp begins production of 1080p smartphone displays: 443 ppi 5-inch LCD >>
* Researchers Using AI To Build Robotic Bees >>
* When flying robots meet mind control >>

* Robotic wheelchair concept adds leg-like movement, tackles stairs with ease (video) >>

* Know-It-All App Lets You Learn Without Thinking >>
* Google’s Answer to Siri Thinks Ahead >>

* Robotic wheelchair from Chiba Tech turns wheels into legs and climbs over steps >>
* A Supercomputer On the Moon To Direct Deep Space Traffic >>
* A New Breed Of 3-D Printer Builds Huge Objects From The Top Down >>

* Your Next Doctor Might Be Your Car >>
* Your Next Car Could Come With Transparent Back Seats >>

* 3D printing may put global supply chains out of business: report >>
* THE FUTURIST Magazine Releases Its Top 10 Forecasts for 2013 and Beyond >>
* i beam interface combines sight and touch for an intuitive one handed tablet UI experience >>

* A wireless low-power, high-quality EEG headset >>
* Mobile ear for pregnancy problems >>
* Car with built-in projector turns any wall into a drive-in theater >>

* 3-D laser sintering technology can make aircraft parts 50-75% lighter >>
* GPS workaround helps make dumb phones smart >>
* How to remotely control cockroach cyborgs >>

* IBM’s Mira supercomputer tasked with simulating an entire universe in a fortnight >>
* Fabricated: Scientists develop method to synthesize the sound of clothing for animations (video) >>
* Artificially intelligent game bots pass the Turing test on Turing’s centenary >>

* Control remote robots with video and gamepad >>
* Broadcast TV Aims for Your Smartphone >>
* Your Smartphone Is Listening To You Sleep: The Next Terrifying, Awesome Frontier In Voice Tech >>

* MIT’s Wearable Sensor Pack Turns First Responders Into Digital Mapmakers >>
* New 3D Printing Project Aims for Gun Blueprint >>
* Printing Solar Panels In The Backyard >>
* A beachfront media room, a mind-controlled toy plane, and iPad as a playroom accessory >>

* Perceptual Computing: Critical to Intel’s Future >>
* This robotic snake will slither through your body in search of tumors — and destroy them >>
* What our civilization needs is a billion-year plan >>

* A Video Tour of the MakerBot Replicator 2 >>
* 3-D Printing Store in U.S. Opens >>
* This 3-D Printer Can Generate Entire Rooms >>

* Rethink robotics reveals its revolutionary Baxter Manufacturing Robot >>

* App lets you monitor lung health using only a smartphone >>
* Traffic lights rigged to play Pong make waiting into a game >>
* One Step Closer to Building a Simulated Human Brain [Video] >>

* Intel exec envisions a future of Avatar Chats >>
* Smart Gloves Turn Sign Language Gestures Into Vocalized Speech >>
* Intel researchers put WiFi inside—the processor, that is >>

* Warp Drive May Be More Feasible Than Thought, Scientists Say >>
* Lasers, 3-D Printers, And Robots: The New Shop Class >>

* Talking cars help each other see around blind corners >>
* Evolutionary Marker? –Robot to Take the University of Tokyo Math Entrance Exam >>
* Laser-powered ‘Needle’ Promises Pain-free Injections >>

* Why NFC-Enabled Computers Will Usher in the Future of Online Shopping [Guts] >>
* The ‘smart curtains’ that could replace your burglar alarm >>
* A Brain Implant that Thinks >>

* Using ultraviolet light to fabricate thin flexible electronics >>
* What It’d Take to Build an Uncrashable Car >>
* Artificial Intelligence, Powered by Many Humans >>

* Robotic Bear Hugs Humans to Take Pulses >>
* Special Report: Technology & Innovation: Home of the Future Still Years Away >>
* Video: Cheetah Robot Sets a New Land Speed Record >>

* Researchers Manipulate the Dreams of Rats, Opening the Door to ‘Dream Engineering’ >>
* Smart carpet detects falls and strange footsteps >>
* You Can Give the Kinect the Power of Image Recognition >>

* Social Robots May Gain Legal Rights, Says MIT Researcher >>
* A Robot to Tilt Solar Panels >>
* Satellite time capsule for life on Earth >>
* Drunks Detected by Thermal Camera >>

* First Mind-Controlled Robotic Leg Put Through Its Paces >>
* The pacemaker that can fit on a pinhead: tiny implants that could revolutionise medicine >>
* Can Solar Robots Cut The Cost of Renewable Energy? >>

* Thought-Controlled Quadcopter Takes To the Skies [Video] >>
* This Touch Screen Knows Your Touch >>
* Scanning plan aims to help robots in the home >>
* In World First, Scientists Surgically Implant a Working Bionic Eye In a Blind Patient >>

* Intel adding wireless power sharing for smartphones and laptops >>
* IBM Is Bringing Its Mega-Intelligence Watson to Your Smartphone >>
* Japan toilet maker unveils ‘poop-powered’ motorbike >>

* Scanning Your Home With Kinect Could Improve 3-D Robot Vision >>
* Forensic Test Predicts Eye and Hair Color From DNA >>
* Artificial Universe Similar to Ours Built with Supercomputer >>

* 3-D Printing Revolution Stymied For Now by High Prices >>
* Artificial Universe Similar to Ours Built with Supercomputer >>
* 3-D Printer Hack Produces Eye-Popping Color >>

* IBM creating pocket-sized Watson in $16 billion sales push >>
* Emerging Big Future from now through 2015 >>
* IBM Watson 2.0 for your smartphone and tablet for mobile assistance and analystics >>

* Artificial Intelligence Predicts and Combats Crop-Destroying Fruit Flies >>
* This Android Robot Is Controlled by Your Phone [VIDEO] >>
* Liftport turns to Kickstarter for space elevator experiment (video) >>

* Swarms of Scottish Robots Will Find and Heal Damaged Coral >>
* Wireless Sensor Tags Help You Keep Track of Your Stuff >>
* 3D Printing Is A Game Changer: >>

* What It Takes To Become An Expert At Anything (10,000 Hours) >>

* A (Mostly) 3-D Printed Race Car Hits 140 Km/h >>
* Laser beam as a ‘3-D painter’ to grow biological tissue or to create micro sensors >>

* A robot as cheap, easy-to-use, and safe as an iPhone >>
* Smart sutures with sensors for wounds >>
* Cooking simulator will help you cook a perfect steak every time >>

* Mexico dog gets new artificial legs >>
* Startup brings broadband Internet to everyone, everywhere >>
* Self-driving cars in 2019, report says >>
* Can Artificial Intelligence Detect Crime Before It Happens? >>

* Computer program recognises any language >>
* How a Mars Sample Return Mission Can Go Electric >>
* Visi Mobile System for Real Time Wireless In-Hospital Vital Signs Monitoring (video) >>
* Wireless Sensor Tags alert you to movement and temperature changes, fit on your keyring >>
* Super Hi-Vision 8K TV standard approved >>

* Honda robotics powers a home product: lawn mower >>
* 3D printers tell you when your design will fail >>
* Curiosity’s Descent Video in Amazing, Incredible HD Quality >>

* Philosys Gmate SMART Glucose Meter for Smartphones >>
* A Robot Drill For Mars Will Be NASA’s Next Interplanetary Mission >>
* Camera tan take a TRILLION pictures in a second – watches beams of light travelling in slow-motion >>

* Smartphone that feels your strain >>
* Artificial intelligence helps detect subtle differences in mutant worms >>
* Human-like Robots in Homes by mid-2020s, experts say >>

* A Mechanical Road Crew for Filling Potholes Quickly and Cheaply >>
* Reading and Writing a Book With DNA >>
* Search technology that can gauge opinion and predict the future >>

* 3D-printed meat: would you eat it? >>
* A 3-D Printed House? >>
* Peter Thiel Invests in 3D Bioprinted Meat Startup >>

* Your car, tracked: the rapid rise of license plate readers >>
* Bill Gates’ Foundation Puts Money on Solar-Powered Toilet >>
* AI, Robotics and Sensors everywhere timeline >>

* Robots That Do Common Service Tasks >>
* Future light component produced in a roll-to-roll printing process >>
* How to Teach a Robot to Improvise >>

* How to survive the next 100,000 years >>
* EyeRing Could Help Blind People See Objects >>
* IBM Scientists “Waltz” Closer to Using Spintronics in Computing >>

* Machine Learning Allows Actors To Create Games That Understand Body Language >>
* New technology delivers sustained release of drugs for up to 6 months >>
* Computer vision systems can now recognize thousands of objects >>

* Advance made in generating electricity from wastewater >>
* Is ‘Big Data’ the next big thing? >>

* Wireless charging technology coming in 2013 >>
* The algorithm that runs the world >>
* Researchers Reach ‘Highest Possible’ Resolution for Color Laser Printing at 100,000 dpi >>

* First Flight of 3D Printed Plane >>
* Google Translate for Android Now Works With Photos >>
* Cubify announces line of 3D-printed toy robots >>

* This giant 3D printer can construct a house in as little as 20 hours >>
* Paradigm-Shifting Printable House Being Built in Just 4 Weeks >>
* Video Friday: Scary UAVs, Friendly Exoskeletons, and Cheetah Gets a Tail >>

* ‘Brain in a Dish Flies Plane,’ Brains on Twitter Are Wowed >>
* Wireless power for the price of a penny >>
* When The Internet Is Your Brain: “H+” Depicts The Dark Future Of Physical Computing >>

* Autonomous MIT Plane Turns Parking Garage Into Personal Slalom Course >>
* Researchers use teleportation to beam a single photon 97km >>
* Eyes-on with Tobii’s futuristic gaze-tracking glasses >>

* NASA awards millions to new innovative advanced concepts >>
* A magnetic memory with one bit per molecule >>
* New Stunning ISS Time-lapse: Earth Illuminated >>

* Use Your Body’s Electrical Field To Uniquely Identify Yourself >>
* Ford Partners with IMS to Help Drivers Avoid Allergens >>
* Ten years from now, video game graphics are going to be indistinguishable from reality >>
* Google gets patent for eye tracking-based unlock system >>

* Computer Scientists Exploit Social Networks To Create New Recommendation System >>

* A 3D print “button” is created for animation software >>
* The Algorithm That Finds Connections Scientists Never See >>
* WiFi-Extending Robot is built like a tank (video) >>

* Robot stock traders lose $440,000,000 in 45 minutes, need someone to spell it out >>
* Engineers Unveil First Casimir Chip That Exploits The Vacuum Energy >>
* Human workers, managed by an algorithm >>

* Real-Time Language Translation With UK Developer’s Own Google-esque Augmented Reality Glasses >>
* The world’s first 3D-printed gun is a terrifying thing >>
* 3D printing technology could let you print your pharmaceuticals at home [Chemistry] >>

* Could a robot gorilla be more useful than a humanoid one? [Robotics] >>
* How Google Is Becoming an Extension of Your Mind >>
* The Avatar Economy >>

* Kissing device lets you send a long-distance smooch >>
* Sequenced for the First Time: the Genome of Human Sperm >>
* ‘You, Robot’: personal robots for the masses >>

* Curved 160-inch TV screen completely fills your peripheral vision >>
* Quadcoptors flying in formation using motion capture >>
* MIT’s Smart Automotive Co-Pilot Secretly Helps You Drive Better >>

* Airbus designer reveals plans for 3D printed planes by 2050 >>
* Video: Darpa’s ‘Wall-of-Sound’ Fire Extinguisher >>
* Sandia’s SpinDx Aims to Bring Hospital Diagnostic Lab to Doctor’s Tabletop (video) >>

* The Internet of things is coming to a grocery store near you >>
* Police pull over and stop Google driverless car in Washington, D.C >>
* Browser-controlled robot lets you skip stones remotely >>

* Terahertz scanner could see skin cancer >>
* In the Future, We Will Wear the Internet >>
* Shape-Shifting Robots: Forget Nanotech; Think Claytronics >>

* Laser-Fueled Drones May Never Have to Land [Planes] >>
* Visible Light Communication devices ready for commercialization >>
* Mobile 3.0 arrives: the future of the cell phone (and why iPhone sucks for this new contextual age) >>

* Japan demo shows electricity entering EV through tires >>
* ‘Neural fingerprints’ of memory associations allow ‘mind reading’ >>
* Winscape virtual window makes the leap to Kinect in 4K-capable, 6-screen glory (video) >>

* Chatting cars – a reality soon? >>
* #ALGORITHMS: “Search Engines Melding with Sensor Nets” >>
* Robot and Human Actors Take Bows Together >>

* Little-Used Voice Assistants Are the Future of Smartphones >>
* Levitating light bulb makes wires a thing of the past >>
* For the First Time, A Snapshot of A Single Atom’s Shadow >>

* Nanotech, 3-D printing and other innovations point to a coming golden era >>
* Google patent filing would identify faces in videos, spot the You in YouTube >>
* i-SODOG, Your New Four-Legged Robotic Best Friend >>

* Japanese group transmits electricity through 4-inch concrete block, could power cars on roads >>
* A Robot Walks Exactly Like a Human For the First Time [Video] >>
* World’s fastest camera used to detect rogue cancer cells >>

* Robot avatar body controlled by thought alone >>
* Artificially alive artwork tantalises and surprises >>
* smart headlight prototype blacks out raindrops for clearer view of the road >>

* Researchers develop an artificial cerebellum than enables robotic human-like object handling >>
* AI systems could fight cyberbullying >>
* Connected Home Gets One Step Closer to The Jetsons [VIDEO] >>

* How to Make a Musical Instrument out of Bananas >>
* New Sunglasses Let You See Another’s Emotions…Really >>
* Video: MIT Alumni Bring Spacesuit Tech to Temperature-Regulating Dress Shirts >>

* Roof Changes Color Based on Sun’s Movement [VIDEO] >>
* BioPrinting Humanity? Where It’s Heading >>
* Why we need a Context Description Language. For Google Glasses. >>

* “Google Now” Knows More About You Than Your Family Does – Are You OK With That? >>
* A Robot Takes Stock >>
* 3D printer adapted to ice a cake >>

* A Self-Heating Butter Knife: Genius or Overkill? >>
* World’s smallest 4K USB 3.0 camera delivers 21 frames per second, fits in pockets >>
* 10 Gigabit per-second connection between US and China demoed >>

* Researchers develop paintable battery: turn any surface into lithium-ion battery (video) >>

* Laser beam guides lightning bolts to a ground target >>
* Self-adapting computer network that defends itself against hackers? >>
* Google Now wants to track your everything, always >>

* ‘Robot biologist’ solves complex problem from scratch >>
* Sergey’s Spectacular Google Glass Skydive: Watch It All [VIDEO] >>
* Watch Google’s I/O Keynote in 90 Seconds [Video] >>

* AI system helps spot signs of copper cable theft >>
* Humans Create a Temperature 250,000 Times Hotter Than the Sun, Right Here on Earth >>
* Developers Can Now Pre-Order A Pair of Smart Google Glasses >>

* How Many Computers to Identify a Cat? 16,000 >>
* Using large-scale brain simulations for machine learning and A.I. >>
* New toilet turns human waste into electricity and fertilizer >>

* Video: Never stop dreaming about the future of technology >>
* Mind reading from brain recordings? ‘Neural fingerprints’ of memory assoc decoded >>
* This Robot Never Loses at Rock, Paper, Scissors Because It’s a Damn Cheater [Video] >>

* Microsoft wants Kinect monitoring your every move in cars >>
* A 3D printer for molecules: Lee Cronin at TEDGlobal 2012 >>

* By Twisting Light Signals into a Vortex, Researchers Create Fastest Wireless >>
* Ultrasound in a Pill Could Replace Daily Injections >>
* An Online Encyclopedia that Writes Itself >>

* In a Big Network of Computers, Evidence of Machine Learning >>
* Disruptions: Shields for Privacy in a Smartphone World >>
* Smartphone Addiction Is Real … and Rampant >>
* Voice Recognition Software Can Diagnose Parkinson’s [Science] >>

* A Personal Assistant Mines Your Life to Help Out >>
* How To Teach Computers To Learn On Their Own >>
* I See Right Through You: Glasses to Read People’s Skin >>

* Genome Sequencing at a GP Surgery Near You >>
* 800 Foot Tall Wind Turbines Feasible >>
* Fingerprint scanner works from 20 feet >>

* Puzzle-solving program assembles 10,000-piece jigsaw in a day >>
* Nanoscale printers may bypass factories >>
* Eye Control for Mobile Devices >>

* Scientists track individual raindrops inside clouds >>
* Click Me! How to Build a Behavioral Advertising Network >>

* Research could help track stem cells in the body >>
* Engineer Sends Robotic Bees To The Rescue >>
* How To Teach Computers To Learn On Their Own (preview) >>

* Nano-infused paint can detect strain (w/video) >>
* Cornell Teaching Robots to Use Their Imaginations When Organizing Your Stuff >>
* From Smart House to Networked Home >>

* A 50 gigapixel camera five times better than 20/20 human vision >>
* AI-Robots to Leverage Super precise cameras & sensors, lessen software challenges >>
* 50 gigapixel point and shoot camera from off the shelf parts >>

* Artificial Intelligence is the Next Step in Search (and everything else) >>
* Using Your Smart Phone to Mix Video Clips with Others >>
* 13 future car technologies for your road trip in 2020 >>

* World’s First Self-Refrigerating Can >>
* Why Siri Matters >>
* Kinect Used to Better Estimate Body Size and CT Radiation Dose >>

* Shaka turns smartphones into wind meters (hands-on) >>
* 3D Printing, Shapeways, and the Future of Personal Products >>
* Twitter-Activated Vending Machine Launched In South Africa >>

* Microsoft Surface (video): >> (site): >> (A): >>
* A Mind in the Clouds: The Next Level of Intelligent Robotics >>
* ATMs of the future: get cash without a card >>

* Nissan LEAF Battery Used to Power Homes (video) >>
* i-SODOG robot unveiled, dares you to resist its LED-puppy dog eyes (video) >>
* Suction Mat Cleans Shoe Soles >>

* Researchers Weigh Human Population 316 million tons, or 632 billion pounds >>
* Paralyzed Man Is the First Person To Tweet With His Eyes [Video] >>
* Kinect-Enabled Ads Let You Interact by Waving Your Hands >>

* Avatar mirrors users facial expressions in real-time using a standard webcam >>
* Computer AI makes sense of psychedelic trips >>
* Algorithm beats jigsaw-solving record >>

* Facebook to auction users’ eyeballs in real time to advertisers >>
* Kinect-Enabled Ads Let You Interact by Waving Your Hands >>
* Facebook ‘Like’ Could Soon Affect Your Credit Score >>

* AI Takes Baby Steps: RoboBaby Learns Words >>
* Video: Swiss Flying Torpedo Bot Crashes, Dusts Itself Off and Flies Again >>
* iPad App Recreates 3D Anatomy in Fine Detail >>

* This Jetbike Looks Like the Most Fun You Could Ever Have On the Water [Video] >>
* Countdown to a Digital Simulation of Every Last Neuron in the Human Brain >>
* Vodafone creates signal-boosting, solar-charging umbrella to juice your cellphone >>
* PopSci Q&A: A Robot Masters the Art of Chicken Boning >>

* Army wants 50-foot wireless charging >>
* Pizza Made From Scratch by a vending Machine >>
* Robotic assistants may adapt to humans in the factory >>

* What Does It Mean for a Civilization to be a Million Years Old? >>
* Sensordrone lets your smartphone monitor temperature, air quality, inebriation >>
* 3D Tool Lets Architects Tour Home Before It’s Built >>

* Kinect: You Are the Controlled ,”Emotional State Database” >>
* Bed makes itself in 50 seconds >>
* RoboCar HV driverless R&D test vehicle can be driven with an iPad >>

* Peter Thomas on The Internet of Things as a distruptive force >>
* Physicists use ultrafast lasers to create 1st tabletop x-ray device >>
* 7Gbps wireless transfers and streaming, no router required >>

* Intel set top box checks out who’s watching, then targets the ads >>
* Remote Control Stove Lets You Start Dinner Before You Even Leave Work >>
* Wires turn salt water into freshwater >>

* New car mirror design eliminates blind spots with math and optics >>
* Whole fetal genome sequenced before birth >>
* 1 million billion billion billion billion billion billion: Number of undiscovered drugs >>

* Kinect system keeps track of household objects >>
* 3D Printed Robotic Hand You Can Make >>
* How would you like a graduate degree for $100? >>

* Brain wave meter visualizes levels of desire, concentration, sleepiness and stress >>
* Microsoft debuts on{X} for Android, promises to ‘automate your life’ >>
* The AI game that knows you better than anyone >>

* The Earth as You’ve Never Seen it Before: Atmosphere, Airglow and Aurora >>
* Meet ROBOT-Rx, The Robot Pharmacist Doling Out 350 Million Doses Per Year >>
* Astonishing Time-Lapse Video of a Fruit Fly Embryo Developing [Video] >>

* Vacuum trains: a high-speed pipe dream? >>
* First Human Settlement on Mars to be New Reality TV Show (VIDEO) >>
* The Earth as You’ve Never Seen it Before: Atmosphere, Airglow and Aurora >>

* Docomo’s Peripheral Display Coordination system is location aware >>
* Toshiba’s ApriPetit portable robotic interface solves household problems >>
* Theory uses tiny MicroVision projector to concoct even tinier police chase >>

* Humanoid bot created to analyze mechanics of swimming >>
* Internet Explorer coming to Xbox 360 this year, Kinect / voice integration and all >>
* A Rat is Smarter Than Google >>

* Larry Page: With Healthy Disregard For The Impossible, People Can Do Almost Anything >>
* After Robot-Assisted Rehab and a Dose of Chemicals, Paralyzed Rats Walk Again >>
* Go for a jog with a helicopter drone >>

* Japan firm unveils radiation-gauging smartphone >>
* Intel Ivy Bridge Processor Hits 7GHz Overclock Record >>

* Machine Learning Lecture (videos) >>
* Introduction to Robotics Lecture (videos) >>
* Nissan turns auto/home power-sharing into reality >>

* Robot Helicopter’s 1st ‘Hot Hookup’ Makes Military History >>
* Robot uses 3-D imaging and sensor-based cutting technology to debone poultry >>
* German ISP claims to deliver 4.7Gbps download speed in field test >>

* New Glasses Let Wearers Adjust Their Own Specs >>
* Video: After Robot-Assisted Rehab and a Dose of Chemicals, Paralyzed Rats Walk Again >>

* Quadrotor Drone Flies Around To Your Devices And Charges Their Batteries >>
* Play-A-Grill Lets Playas Hear Music Through Their Teeth >>
* First Autonomous Road Train Cruises Down Public Spanish Highway >>

* New Surveillance Program Listens For Gunshots, Get Police There in Minutes >>
* Math may teach computers to get sarcasm >>

* Video: Japanese Dentist Invents Self-Stirring Whirlpool Pot >>
* We’re creating a culture of distraction >>
* Wireless tooth tattoo detects harmful bacteria >>

* Mind-reading robot teachers keep students focused >>
* (Video) Where speech recognition is going >>
* Japan robot lab readies second prototype for work at crippled nuclear reactor >>

* Volvo’s driverless road train in Spain is public mainly on the plain (video) >>
* Kinect in orbit to turn spacecraft into building blocks >>
* An ‘Abundance’ of targets for asteroid miners >>

* Smart Pebble robots replicate objects the way a good hive mind should (video) >>
* VIDEO: Is it possible to live on mobile money? >>
* World Future Society’s Forecasts for the next 25 years. >>

* Face-reading software to judge the mood of the masses >>
* timoreilly #dontagree “We wanted flying cars, instead got 140 characters.” Peter Thiel failure of technological imagination >>
* Intel previews 1Gbps DOCSIS 3.0 gateway capability >>

* LG Display debuts five-inch Retina Display killer with 1080p HD resolution and 440ppi pixel density >>
* Machine Learning course Lecture videos >>

* Artificial Intelligence: What happened to the hunt for thinking machines? >>
* Smart Bullets >>
* 5 Affordable Ways to Make Your Appliances Smarter >>
* Want your washer to email when your clothes are clean? – >>

* Prosthetic Artificial Vocal Cords to Replace Damaged Ones >>
* Robot Finger Does What Your Finger Can’t >>
* Intel research hopes to give computers human smarts, appreciate our idiosyncrasies >>

* Senseye – Eye control on Mobiles Devices >>
* Samsung submits patent application for speech-recognizing robot >>
* New Prize for Bio-Sensors Announced by X Prize Foundation >>
* Solar Impulse takes off for Morocco on first sun-powered transcontinental flight >>

* Automated image analysis arises from handcraft and machine learning >>
* Jonathan Ive’s Design Studio: Off Limits at Apple >>
* Microsoft Research Introduces Record-Beating MinuteSort Tech >>

* NHK Hybridcast making broadcast TV interactive >>
* MIT’s LiquiGlide could spell the end of slow-moving ketchup nightmares (video) >>
* Video: DARPA Demos Its ARM Robot >>

* Customer service avatars coming to JFK, La Guardia, Newark airports (video) >>

* Finally, A Car That Listens (And Truly Understands) >>
* New 16-megapixel camera sensors could record 4K, 60 fps video on your smartphone >>
* Robot knows shoes don’t go in the fridge >>

* What’s left to explore? Nathan Wolfe >>
* Robert Scoble gives his perspectives on the brave new world of tech success. >>
* Researchers Turn Bubbles Into Laser-Controlled Microrobots [Video] >>

* Darpa, Venter Launch Assembly Line for Genetic Engineering >>
* $74 PC on a USB Stick Sold Out (for Now) >>
* Facebook Knows Your Friends—Even if They’re Not on Facebook >>

* Leap 3D System Offers Amazing Gesture-Based Control of Your Computer for Just $70 >>
* Mobile printer for smartphones >>
* 3D printing genius creates working lathe >>

* What Makers Know About The Future That You Don’t >>
* Hands-on with the MakerBot robot petting zoo at Maker Faire (video) >>

* Kinect Can Read Your Facial Expressions Now [Kinect] >>
* For $74, a Mini-Android Computer >>
* Scobleizer: Really cool sensor company @Wovyn Sensors for Internet of Things. >>

* NHK and JVC develop 120fps Super Hi-Vision projector >>
* Inflatable Reentry Vehicle Experiment (IRVE-3) flight hardware test >>
* Quantum Levitation: Floating in a 3D Magnetic Field! >>

* Paralyzed woman grips, sips coffee with robot arm >>
* Solar panel eye implant promises sight without wires >>
* Google Knowledge Graph: Search Results Packed With Worlds of Information [Video] >>
* SpaceX – Cargo Delivery to ISS (simulation) >>

* MIT’s Brainput boosts your brain power by offloading multitasking to a computer >>
* A service called This Is Me, sells 3D scanned and 3D printed copies of yourself. >>
* Nvidia’s Real-time Ray Tracing >>

* Japan Successfully Broadcasts 8K Signal Over the Air: Prepare To Upgrade Your TVs >>
* NHK shrinks its 8K Super Hi-Vision-ready camcorder to the size of HD cameras >>
* NHK and JVC develop 120fps Super Hi-Vision projector >>
* Ultra High Definition 8k display 145-inch >>

* Teleporting qubits 97 kilometers opens way to satellite based quantum communication >>
* Clothbot Robot Climbs Pants with Ease >>
* The HyQ Is a Robotic Italian Stallion [Video] >>

* Forget Segway: Honda introduces new UNI-CUB personal mobility device (w/ Video) >>
* Nasa Wants To Snatch Asteroids With a Spiderman-Inspired Spiny Claw [Video] >>
* Inflatable Reentry Vehicle Experiment (IRVE-3) flight hardware test >>
* Graphene Could Rust-Proof Your Car >>

* Juggling Robot Takes on Two Balls With One Very Fast Hand >>
* Laser-Equipped MAV Demonstrates Aggressive Autonomous Flight >>
* Russian researchers build partial android for bizarre mind-transfer project (video) >>

* Electric Imp Will Connect Everything to the Internet >>

* Terahertz frequencies bring Japanese researchers 3Gbps in a WiFi prototype >>
* Coffee Drinkers May Live Longer >>
* Very Sugary Diet Makes You Stupid >>

* ViviSat: An On-Call, Robotic Doctor for Ailing Satellites >>
* Humanoid Robot Swarm Synchronised Using Quorum Sensing >>
* Researcher develops personalized search engines >>
* The drone next door >>

* Smart Collar Transmits Doggie Health Reports to the Cloud [VIDEO] >>
* Video: New Finger-Tap Power Generator Uses Viruses to Make Electricity >>

* Hello Skynet: Self-adapting computer network to defend itself against hackers >>
* Talking Surveillance Cameras Coming to U.S. Streets >>
* Nanoparticle eco-friendly dye (w/video) >>

* Sony applies for wireless power patent, wants to daisy-chain your energy >>
* Perfume-puffing robot sniffs out social media mentions >>
* CNIO scientists successfully test the first gene therapy against aging-associated decline >>

* Particles Walk Through Walls While Physicists Watch >>
* Intel sets sights on 5nm chip; already gearing up fabs for 14nm production >>

* Nvidia’s Real-time Ray Tracing >>
* Video: MIT’s Latest User Interface Employs Gravity-Defying, Levitating Metal Orbs >>
* Do You Need a Tutor For Your Car Electronics? >>

* Paralyzed woman grips, sips coffee with robot arm >>
* Solar panel eye implant promises sight without wires >>
* Google Knowledge Graph: Search Results Packed With Worlds of Information [Video] >>

* Russian researchers build partial android for bizarre mind-transfer project (video) >>
* Electric Imp Will Connect Everything to the Internet >>
* Terahertz frequencies bring Japanese researchers 3Gbps in a WiFi prototype >>

* Smart Collar Transmits Doggie Health Reports to the Cloud [VIDEO] >>
* Video: New Finger-Tap Power Generator Uses Viruses to Make Electricity >>

* Japan Successfully Broadcasts 8K Signal Over the Air: Prepare To Upgrade Your TVs >>
* Clothbot Robot Climbs Pants with Ease >>
* A service called This Is Me, sells 3D scanned and 3D printed copies of yourself. >>

* Paralyzed woman grips, sips coffee with robot arm >>
* Google Knowledge Graph: Search Results Packed With Worlds of Information [Video] >>

* Juggling Robot Takes on Two Balls With One Very Fast Hand >>
* Humanoid Robot Swarm Synchronised Using Quorum Sensing >>
* Laser-Equipped MAV Demonstrates Aggressive Autonomous Flight >>

* Researcher develops personalized search engines >>
* Forget Segway: Honda introduces new UNI-CUB personal mobility device (w/ Video) >>
* The drone next door >>
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* Hello Skynet: Self-adapting computer network to defend itself against hackers >>
* Sign language translator turns gestures into spoken letters, makes for a better world (video) >>

* Real smart: Protective clothing with built-in A/C >>
* Autodesk 123D Lets You Print Your Own 3D Objects with or Without a 3D Printer >>
* Computer, Antimatter beamed core propulsion could achieve 69% vs 33% of light speed >>

* Solar panel eye implant promises sight without wires >>
* Op-Ed: IBM’s cognitive computers are coming & they reprogram themselves >>
* New iPad App 123D Catch Turns Pictures Into Printable 3-D Renders >>

* The FIBIAC — a 3D-Printed Electromechanical Computer >>
* Inflatable space stations are getting real thanks to SpaceX, Bigelow >>
* Spy under your car bonnet ‘worth billions by 2016’ >>

* Magically Levitating Balls Could Be the Future of Computer Interfaces [Video] >>
* Engineer Thinks We Could Build a Real Starship Enterprise in 20 Years >> >>

* Cocorobo intelligent vacuum cleaner robot communicates with its owner >>
* Robots Poised To Take Over Your Living Room As 3D Systems Acquires My Robot Nation >>
* A Real Transformer Robot Toy >>

* A Nose in Your Clothes >>
* Kick a soccer ball, get electricity >>
* The Solidoodle: A 3D Printer for Everyone >>

* Implanted user interfaces >>
* A Phone You Can Hear in Your Bones >>
* Softbank launching earthquake-proof floating cellphone base stations >>

* Kinect cameras watch for autism >>
* Paralyzed Woman Completes London Marathon in Bionic Suit After 16 Days >>
* How Telerobotics Could Help Humanity Explore Space >>
* Will Apple’s TV Have Face-Recognition Technology? >>

* Real-world beaming: The risk of avatar and robot crime >>
* Kinect-controlled 5-ton robot could be the most dangerous toy ever >>
* The Most Realistic Robotic Ass Ever Made [Video] >>

* Next Xbox could have a biometric controller >>
* Would You Trust an Electronic Nose App to Diagnose Your Ills? [Video] >>
* A Camera App that Gets to Know Your Friends >>
* AI branding automates the brainstorm >>

* Storing short movie in a cloud of gas may lead to quantum memory >>
* Video: Bizarrely Realistic Japanese Robotic Buttocks Responds to Slaps >>
* Physicists Succeed in Making ‘Impossible’ Gamma-Ray Lens >>

* Magically Levitating Balls Could Be the Future of Computer Interfaces [Video] >>
* A Flexible Nerve-Gas Sensor >>
* Pioneer touts world’s first car GPS with augmented reality HUD (video) >>

* Microsoft’s MirageTable allows AR teleconferencing >>
* Cocorobo intelligent vacuum cleaner robot communicates with its owner >>
* Robots Poised To Take Over Your Living Room As 3D Systems Acquires My Robot Nation >>

* Beyond Smart TV: ‘Surfaces’ Prototype Reveals the Television of Tomorrow >>

* Heartbeat visualizer lets your ticker power a light show (video) >>
* Microsoft Creates Kinect-Like System Using Laptop Speaker & Microphone >>
* Did Scientists Really Just Break the Speed of Light? >>

* In Denmark, a printable house >>
* 3D-printed circuit boards for solder-free printable electronics >>
* Is talking on phone so passé? Well on our way to becoming a disconnected connected society. >>

* 3D Printing Gives Amputees Custom-Designed Legs [VIDEO] >>
* Many Competing Paths on the Road to a Phone Wallet >>
* A bra that warns of heart attack >>

* Gesture Control System Uses Sound Alone >>
* AT&T Introduces Digital Life: IP-Based Home Automation And Security System >>
* Text-Enabled Espresso Machine Prints Your Phone Number on the Foam >>

* Robots Hard at Work on the Dairy Farm >>
* Disney Research invents amazing new touch sensing tech >>
* Hybrid Spaceplane Engine Could Change The Economics Of Space Travel >>
* NAO Robot Impresses With New Abilities At Paris Conference >>

* Laser pointers make super-fast ‘optical Wi-Fi’ >>
* The Big Idea: Robots should take our jobs >>
* A New Approach to Artificial Intelligence: Non-Computational AI >>
* British police get 360 degree accident scene camera >>

* Brain Scans Give Glimpse of How Your Dog Thinks >>
* A New Approach to Artificial Intelligence: Non-Computational AI >>
* Crowdsourced Pathology, Thanks to Video Gamers >>

* Researchers at British University looks to develop biodegradable robot >>
* Next-generation nanoelectronics: A decade of progress, coming advances >>
* Handheld 3D Scanner Lets You Digitize Objects And Rooms In Minutes >>

* First Successful Perching on a Human Hand by a Robotic Bird >>
* UK trial for portable brain-cooling device >>

* Cornell students steer Pong using brain waves, can’t quite play during naps (video) >>
* 3D Projector Would Beam Long-Distance Pals Right Into Your Own Living Room [Video] >>
* AI Prevents Vertical Takeoff UAV from Self-Terminating >>

* Who Needs a Remote-Controlled Car? >>
* Head-Mounted 3-D Mapping Device, Developed for Robots, Helps Blind People Navigate >>
* Dial-a-Bullet Tech Could Make Chain Guns Even Scarier >>

* Bandages Made of Edible Starch Could Dissolve On Your Skin Once You’re Healed >>
* Volkswagen floating car concept rides the streets of China >>
* Why Star Trek’s Vision of the Future is Out of Date >>

* Roboticist creates Hugvie – Huggable vibrating pillow smartphone accessory >>
* Google’s Sebastian Thrun: 3 Visions in the ‘Age of Disruption’ >>
* SETI Telescope to Help US Air Force Track Space Junk >>

* US Army Wants Wireless Battery Charging Everywhere >>
* Sensor tests fruits’ ripeness >>
* Wearable devices track people via wireless network >>

* Affordable heads up displays for Cars >>
* Hair-Washing Robot Promises Your Hands Will Never Touch Shampoo Again >>
* Microsoft Research developing an operating system for your home >>

* iBreathAnalyzer Alcohol Detector for iPhones/iPads >>
* 100 Gigabit prototype network for US scientists being test driven >>

* How, When, and Why Moore’s Law Will Finally Collapse [Video] >>
* 10 GHz Optical Transistor Built Out Of Silicon >>
* Honda unveils demonstration test house that features Honda Smart Home System >>

* Researchers build optical transistor out of silicon, path to all-optical computing >>
* A middle-ear microphone >>
* Laser System Paints Information on the Road Ahead >>

* This New Super Glass Is the Fogless, Glare-Free Future >>
* High-tech blanket can watch you sleep >>

* Brain-controlled drones are here >>
* Prototype Quadrotor with Machine Gun! >>
* Swiss scientists demonstrate mind-controlled robot >>
* Put a robot in charge of yourself >>

* Google’s Project Glass demoed for real on Charlie Rose >>
* How Google Searches the Entire Web in Half a Second >>
* Honda Car Warns You If Your Driving Style Is Likely to Cause Traffic Jams >>
* MIT demos system lets driverless vehicles communicate with pedestrians >>

* Helium-filled floating wind turbine, renewable energy with style >>
* Scobleizer: Welcome to the freaky future of 2030. https://t.co/ntjRNBTJ >>

* Video: Your Brain Could be Your Password, Never Forget It Again – >>
* Finding a new Earth: Holy grail of astronomy >>
* Beautifully crafted 3D-printed guitar models that are completely playable >>

* DIY home for less than $3500 >>
* Self-healing concrete? >>
* Printable spacecraft may flutter down on alien worlds >>

* New App Watches Your Every Move >>
* Panasonic teams up with NHK on 145-inch 8K Super Hi-Vision plasma TV >>
* Video: A 3-D Printed Exoskeletal Glove Gives Precision Control >>

* Samsung applies for patent on emotional recognition >>
* MIT ML demos system that lets driverless vehicles communicate with pedestrians >>
* Russian Robot Demonstrates Delicate Touch >>

* Hypertelescope will resolve down to 1 km on exoplanets out to 20 lightyears >>
* Honda will begin Public-road Testing a system to Prevent Traffic Jams >>
* Voice-Controlled Wheelchair Prototype >>

* 3.2 Billion-Pixel Camera Telescope Gets Critical Go-Ahead >>
* From D.C. To Beijing In 2 Hours – Evacuated Tube Transport Could Revolutionize Travel >>

* The Home 3-D Printer Is More Real Than Ever–And Costs As Much As An iPad >>
* Demo Spring 2012: Modified Phone Provides On-demand Assistance to Blind Users >>
* App-Enhanced Pavement Turns Roads Into Wireless Hotspots [Video] >>

* You Can Take 3D Photo Tours of Famous Places in Google Maps Now [Video] >>
* Chemical 3D printing takes apps beyond the digital >>
* Toaster fridge? Apple CEO reveals new side >>

* Swiss scientists demonstrate mind-controlled robot >>
* Put a robot in charge of yourself >>
* Coming Soon: Planet Earth, Live-Streamed from Space [VIDEO] >>

* Planetary Resources: The Video >>
* The robot revolution is just beginning >>

* How Google Searches the Entire Web in Half a Second [VIDEO] >>
* DARPA building test bed for virtual satellite clusters >>
* Metamaterials for controlling Sound >>
* Sex-for-Hire Robots Predicted by 2050 >>

* Nano Robo-Fly >>
* TV-based botnets? DoS attacks on your fridge? More plausible than you think >>
* Researchers Make Paralyzed Limb Move by “Eavesdropping” on the Brain’s Neural Commands >>

* Perch’s Interactive Displays Could Change the Way You Shop for Shoes [VIDEO] >>
* This Earth Day, buy a $60 light bulb that lasts 20 years >>
* Personal manufacturing and consumer 3D printing: moving novelty to utility >>

* Microsoft Patent Hints At Search Results Tailored To User’s Mood, Intelligence >> >>
* Competing systems for wearable solar power >>
* Tech’s Next Feats? Maybe On-Demand Kidneys, Robot Sex, Cheap Solar, Lab Meat >>

* New brain-machine interface moves a paralyzed hand >>
* AT&T Translator app hands-on: smashing the language barrier (video) >>
* Printable Spacecraft >>

* Self-Inflating Tubes Let You Control Your Bike’s Tire Pressure While Riding >>
* Lockheed Martin extends 3D printing to manufacturing and custom vehicles. >>
* New water-resistant coating protects your phone, the planet (video) >>

* Peter Diamandis of the Xprize gets big billionaire backing for asteroid mining >>
* Google founders and others appear to be putting together an Asteroid mining venture >>
* Brain Scans Can Reliably Predict Future Behavior, Including Eating and Sex >>

* Video: 3-D Printing Customized Chemistry Labware to Replace the Common Beaker >>
* Mavericks invent future Internet where Cisco is meaningless >>
* Flame-Shooting Robot Uses Kinect Tracking >>

* The Nanocentury: Bringing Digital Control to the Physical World >>
* Robo-guard the South Korean correction service robot says ‘stay out of trouble’ >>
* Startup Puts the Internet in Your Couch Cushions >>

* New 3D printing process could lead to DIY drugstores >>
* Augmented Reality: Innovega combo contact-lens heads-up wearable >>

* The Whole Universe from One Satellite’s Eyes >>
* Google’s Intelligence Is More Baboon Than Human >>
* The Navy’s New Unmanned Boat Can Roam Up To 1,200 Miles Guided By A Satellite >>

* IBM Watson referencing indexed annotated lifetime video records to try & pass Turing Test >>
* Counting penguins from space >>
* Lasers: Protecting the Starship >>

* Video: DARPA’s Updated Humanoid Hits the Treadmill, Climbs Stairs, Does Push-Ups >>
* Australian Hoverbike Ready for Take Off >>

* Will 3-D printing launch a new industrial revolution? >>
* Artificial Intelligence Could Be on Brink of Passing Turing Test >>

* Hug Me: Coca-Cola Introduces Gesture Based Marketing in Singapore >>
* First Universal Quantum Network Prototype Links 2 Separate Labs >>
* Printable houses are coming >>

* How Rooftop Tomatoes Could Revolutionize the Supermarket >>
* Microsoft: Kinect 2.0 could detect tone of voice and body stance >>
* Microsoft’s Xbox 360 follow-up rumored to pack 16 CPU cores >>

* DARPA seeks car-driving, life-saving robots >>
* Scientist Proposes Blowing Away Space Debris Using Massive Bursts of Air >>
* Soft Robotic Grippers >>

* Successful human tests for first wirelessly controlled drug-delivery chip >>
* Human egg cells grown in lab ‘could be fertilised’ >>
* Successful human tests for first wirelessly controlled drug-delivery chip >>

* AI Me-Rector Sets: Self-Assembling Robotic Cubes Can Replicate Objects [Video] >>
* SushiBot Churns Out 300 Perfect Rolls Per Hour [Video] >>
* Technologies that use human body as power source >>

* What Wearing Google Glasses Would Really Feel Like [Video] >>
* DARPA to announce new Grand Challenge for humanoid robot >>
* Scientists rewrite rules of human reproduction >>

* Human waste powered robots are the future >>
* Google unveils Project Glass augmented reality eyewear >>
* Terrafugia Transition aircraft first hands-on (video) >>

* Video: A Robot With a Human Skeleton >>
* Robot Chess Boards Let You Physically Checkmate an Online Opponent [Video] >>
* NTT forces you to pay attention during a video conference (video) >>

* These Clothes Turn Transparent When Your Heart Rate Increases [Video] >>
* Four HUBOs ‘Come Together’ for a Drexel Engineering MET-lab demo >>
* MIT Project Aims to Deliver Printable, Mass-Market Robots >>

* Peter Theil and George Gilder debate on whether Technological Progress is Increasing or Decreasing >>
* From Google to Comcast, Tech Giants Are Shaping Your Home’s Smart Future >>
* 3-D, after-the-fact focus image sensors invented >>

* Video: Controlling Your Kinect By Waggling Your Tongue >>
* Video: Flying Car (or Driving Autogyro) Completes First Flight Tests >>
* Your Phone Will Magically Charge in Your Pocket Thanks to This New Fabric >>

* Toilet Freezes Your Poop To Keep It From Stinking >>
* AI robot: how machine intelligence is evolving >>
* This Super Face-Scanning Software Thinks It Can Guess Your Age [Facial Recognition] >>

* Future ‘Smart Homes’ Will Watch and Remember Your Needs >>
* Compressed-Air Car Winds Way To Market >>
* Living microrobot could detect diseases in humans >>

* Samsung adds ‘blink detection’ to smartphone face unlock feature >>
* First the smart phone, now the smart home >>
* New Algorithm Captures What Pleases Human Ear—and May Replace Human Instrument Tuners >>

* Speech Jamming Gun From Japan Silences People From Up To 34 Meters Away >>
* Video: Army’s Remote Controlled Car Jumps 30 Feet Up In the Air >>
* A Blind Man Is Driving This Car [Video] >>

* AI expert Ben Goertzel on Coast to Coast radio March 28 >>
* Researchers create living human gut-on-a-chip >>
* DARPA’s ex-director shows new vids of crazy projects in TEDTalk >>

* 3D Printing Industry Will Reach $3.1 Billion Worldwide by 2016 >>
* Zapping asteroids and space debris with a swarm of satellites firing lasers >>
* 10 Billion Earth-Like Planets May Exist in Our Galaxy >>

* Japanese handshaking robot [Video] >>
* Self-Healing Plastic Is Something Out Of A Sci-Fi Movie >>

* Refrigerator Magnet Lets You Order a Pizza in One Tap [VIDEO] >>
* Scientists Hijack Mouse Neurons to Take Control of Their Memories >>
* Can a machine tell when you’re lying? >>

* Self-Healing Plastic Is Something Out Of A Sci-Fi Movie >>
* New ‘electronic skin’ patches monitor health wirelessly >>
* Robot Sees Itself for First Time >>

* TacoCopter Delivered Straight to Your Home With GPS Guided Quadcopters >>
* Revolutionary “Smart Wing” for UAV Demos 3D Printing Merged with Printed Electronics >>
* Video: Face-Recognition System Can Sort Through 36 Million Faces Per Second >>

* Is a pain-free needle possible? >>
* Quadcopters preparing to deliver tacos via GPS >>
* The Stanford education experiment could change higher learning forever >>

* No More GPS Voice: Haptic Steering Wheel Buzzes to Give You Directions >>
* 100 million TVs will be Internet-connected by 2016, report predicts >>
* Video: 45-foot paper airplane needs a helicopter to throw it >>

* Video: How MIT’s Laser Camera Can See Around Corners >>
* New Chip Watches Biology in Real-Time >>
* Machine Learning Is The Solution To Business Success >>

* Superfast laser camera peers around corners >>
* Elon Musk and Spacex work put $500,000 per person trips to Mars for 2023 to 2028 >>
* 3D-Printed Circuit Boards >>
* Would You Buy A Drone To Walk Your Child To School? >>

* University of Michigan Aerospace Engineers Develop Heart-Powered Pacemaker >>
* A Computer Program to Detect Possible Cheating in Chess >>
* Flying drone swarm could bring free Wi-Fi access to protesters >>

* In Crosswords, It’s Man Over Machine, for Now >>
* PL2Q Hugin, 3d printable quadcopter >>
* The human-readable face of big data: real-time ambiency >>

* Live cells ‘printed’ using standard inkjet printer >>
* See the Latest Jaw-Dropping Aurora Views from the ISS >>
* Microsoft Builds a Browser for Your Past >>

* Play tiny Tetris using a laser beam >>
* Plan Would Use CCTV To Stop Uninsured Drivers From Refueling >>
* Mind-controlled skateboard. >>

* VIDEO: Smart tech transforms the kitchen >>
* Your Car Key Knows More About You Than Your Mom Does >>
* DARPA developing On-demand Satellite Imaging for Soldiers >>

* Lasers Can Be Used to Steer Lightning In Mid-Strike >>
* Laser Erasers Gently Remove Ink from Paper >>
* Video: Cambridge Researchers Use Legos to Build Artificial Bone in the Lab >>

* Cloning a Woolly Mammoth So Soon We can Live Action Version of the Ice Age Movie >>
* Smartphones with 1,000 times more speed >>
* Fiber laser points to woven 3D displays >>

* Future of voice recognition: Assistants that learn from you >>
* Watch the Fastest 3D Printer In the World Creating the Tiniest 3D F1 Car You Can Imagine [Video] >>
* Microsoft Can Make Your Voice Speak Foreign Languages >>

* Avatars set to shape real-world habits >>
* Credit Card-Thin Batteries Could Power a Display On Your Visa >>
* Your Kinect is Spying on You >>

* Glove-based CRTouch project turns old monitors into touchscreens >>
* Microsoft Research’s shoulder mounted system makes anything a multitouch display >>
* Robot Balloon Cranes Could Revolutionize World’s Seaports >>

* Google boss lays out future vision at world’s top tech fair >>
* In-Your-Face: Can Computers Catch You Telling a Lie? >>

* Mercedes Rolls Out Invisible Car [VIDEO] >>
* A different take on Vijay’s nano quadrotor talk: >>
* VIDEO: Google’s Robotic Car Drives L.A. Senator Alex Padilla to His Press Conference >>

* DARPA’s Robot Grabs Tools, Opens Doors >>
* Heart-powered pacemaker could one day eliminate battery-replacement surgery >>
* Printing muscle >>

* The Crazy Gun That Can Physically Stop You From Talking >>
* Peter Diamandis: Abundance is our future >>

* Researchers Propose “Computational Sprinting” To Speed Up Chips By 1000% – But Only For A Second >>
* Video: NASA’s Methane-Powered Launcher Lifts Off With a Blue-Hot Column of Flame >>
* The virtual dissection table: Jack Choi at TED2012 >>

* Robot Quadrotors Perform James Bond Theme #TED https://t.co/i7pd7ZiC
* The James Bond of robots: Vijay Kumar at TED2012 >>
* New Camera Sensor Captures Images and Depth Data At the Same Time [Guts] >>

* Robot assembles truss structures autonomously >>
* Apps On “Prescription” From Your GP >>
* IBM: We’re on the cusp of the Quantum Computing revolution (video) >>

* Monkey controls robot hand through brain implants >>
* Your Sweaty Ass Could Soon Be Charging Your Phone >>
* Researchers Create Fabric That Converts Body Heat Into Electricity [VIDEO] >>

* NYT: Google to sell Android-based heads-up display glasses this year >>
* Gunze’s new touchscreen tech knows who’s touching it >>
* Skeletal Muscle Printed with Organovo’s 3-D Printer >>

* Traffic intersections of the future will control autonomous vehicles >>
* Algorithm Uses Photo Networks To Reveal Your Hometown >>
* Software adds fake objects to photos >>

* Intel Gets Serious With Solar-powered CPU Tech >>
* Atomically-precise positioning of a single atom transistor – VIDEO >>
* York researchers create ‘tornados’ inside electron microscopes >>

* ‘Talking dictionaries’ document vanishing languages >>
* Lower Cost carrier grade Wireless Backhaul communication technology >>
* Volkswagen’s intelligent car: the next step in connected cars >>

* Microchip Implant Gives Medication On Command >>
* Universal robot gripper sinks shots, throws darts, makes us feel inadequate (video) >>
* Your Next Laptop Might Be Made of Paper [Materials] >>

* GE turns butterfly-inspired tech into cheap, accurate thermal sensors (video) >>
* Video: Spray-On Antenna Material Turns Just About Anything into a Signal Array >>
* Unbelievable New Camera Technology Erases People in the Background of Your Pictures >>

* Brain Scans Could Reveal If Your Relationship Will Last >>
* NASA eyes plan for deep-space outpost near the Moon >>
* Google algorithm picks funniest YouTube clips >>

* Computer programs that think like humans >>
* Battery Turns Saltwater Into Drinking Water >>
* Smart Camera Tells Tobacco From Marijuana >>

* The Evolution of Robot Soccer >>
* Japan scientist makes ‘Avatar’ robot >>
* Biological computer encrypts and deciphers images | KurzweilAI >>

* Who Cares About Apple TV? Bring Us the Apple Car >>
* Fission rockets could open up the solar system >>
* Scientists weave battery into clothing >>

* Video: Woman Gets Jawbone Made by 3D Printer >>
* Kinect-Powered Amusement Park Will Blow Your Mind >>
* NASA phone nanosensor can detect diabetes and cancer from your breath >>

* Is This The Future of Touchscreen Tech? New Video Will Blow Your Mind >>
* Researchers Create Glass Just 3 Atoms Thick >>
* First Heartless Man: You Dont Really Need A Heart, Or A Pulse >>

* A Look At BMW’s Semi-Autonomous Driving Car >>
* First brain movie captures a mouse thinking >>

* Video: 20 nano quadrocopters flying in formation, ready to attack >>
* Artificial intelligence: Getting better at the age guessing game >>
* Sensor Networks In San Francisco Finds Parking Spots >>
* 802.11ac or 5G Wi-Fi will let tablets stream wirelessly to televisions >>

* Scientists decode brain waves to eavesdrop on what we hear >>
* Reverse Parking Assist Using Microsoft Kinect >>
* A Cell Phone Counts Cells >>
* LCD-equipped ‘smart recycle bins’ showing up on London streets >>

* Video: A New ‘Smart Bullet’ Deploys Fins and Guides Itself to a Laser-Designated Target >>
* 3D printer and living “ink” create cartilage >>
* WiGig SD card gets demoed on tablets, makes DVDs gone in 60 seconds (video) >>

* Wireless Sensors Monitor Your Thoughts on the Fly >>
* SkyLight Adapter Connects Microscopes To Smartphones >>
* Why 3D Printing Isn’t Like Virtual Reality >>

* DARPA-Funded Hacker’s Tiny $50 Spy Computer Hides In Offices, Drops From Drones >>
* Navy’s Robot Warplane Tests Its ‘Brains’ for Midair Refueling >>
* Foot Recognition Is the New Face Recognition [Video] >>

* AI will eventually drive healthcare, but not anytime soon >>
* World’s most powerful X-ray laser creates 2-million-degree matter >>
* Police Are Making A Scanner To Detect Concealed Weapons 80 Feet Away (video) >>

* Researchers turn your smartphone into a virtual projector >>
* MIT Genius Stuffs 100 Processors Into Single Chip >>
* YouTube sucks up one hour of video every second >>

* Tabletop Computer Knows You by Your Shoes >>
* Startup Makes ‘Wireless Router for the Brain’ >>
* Self-Adjusting Headlamp Knows If You Want To See Near Or Far [Video] >>

* Wireless add-on lets you stream video from anywhere without a PC >>
* Terahertz-Rays Technology Could Help Develop Star Trek-Style Hand-Held Medical Scanners >>
* A conclusive test for ‘spooky action at distance’ >>

* Doctorow: the Coming War On General-Purpose Computing >>
* Watch and Wear: First Color TV Shirt Created >>
* Microphone Turns Any Surface into Touch Interface >>
* 3-D cameras for cellphones >>

* The First Gigabit-Speed Wi-Fi Cards Will Make Streaming Netflix More Awesome [Wi-Fi] >>
* A First for Samsung: Smartphone Printers >>
* ZiiLabs debuts ‘100-core’ ZMS-40 processor optimized for Android 4.0 >>

* Onyx develops 330-watt ‘plug-n-play’ solar panel with built-in AC outlet >>
* Chaotic Moon shows Xbox Kinect / Windows 8-powered electric skateboard (video) >>
* Lowe’s Unveils “Smart Home” System >>
* Belkin’s WeMo: Home Automation For Dummies [Home Automation] >>

* LG: refrigerator that helps you diet and keeps track of your groceries, a robot that vacuums via smartphone. >>
* LG fridge chills cans, bottles in just minutes >>
* A Smart Phone that Knows You’re Angry >>

* MIT researchers use smart phones to monitor health >>
* GM’s OnStar Future Car: 4G and a Dash Full of Apps [Video] >>
* Sony’s next-generation 55-inch ‘Crystal LED Display’ prototype presented at CES >>

* CES: Laundry app lets you know when clothes are done >>
* CES 2012: Google’s Schmidt Hints at “Smart Home” Strategy >>
* CES 2012: 3D printer makers’ rival visions of future >>

* VIDEO: Motor shoes developed for commuting >>
* IBM cuts size to store a single bit from 1 million to just 12 atoms. >>
* Android Sign Language Interpreting Glove >>

* CES 2012: Tablet PC ‘makes cup of coffee’ >>
* VIDEO: Motor shoes developed for commuting >>
* Hands-off with the Golden-i head-mounted computer >>

* Can Siri Control Your Home? [VIDEO] >>
* New sensation: Phones that let you feel the world >>
* Health Sensors Are Everywhere: Up Close With Striiv And Fitbit >>

* KDDI and Kyocera create speaker-free smartphone, we go hands-on (video) >>
* Apple patents clothes that track how you wear them, tell you when it’s time to update your wardrobe >>
* Chip for Cardiac biomarker analysis from fingerprick blood with results in 45 minutes and 100 times more sensitivity >>
* Solar cells in smartphone screens >>

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* Virtual Body Technology Uses 5 Senses >>
* BigDog Robot Learns To Obey Voice Commands, Follow, Roll Over >>
* Japanese Firm Introduces The Satis, An Android App-Controlled Toilet >>

* The thought experiment that proved light has a speed limit >>
* NASA’s Final 2012 Doomsday Debunking Video (We Hope) >><br/
* Van-sized space rock is a cosmic oddball >>

* First map of how the brain organizes everything we see >>
* Mayo Clinic study unmasks regulator of healthy life span >>
* The Top 10 Science Stories of 2012 >>

* A new ‘network-extracted ontology’ model of the cell >>
* Human Hands Evolved for Fighting, Study Suggests >>
* The Objet1000 Can 3-D Print An Entire Bicycle Frame >>

* Will we ever have cyborg brains? >>
* For Manned Deep-Space Missions, Radiation Is Biggest Hurdle >>
* Inside China’s Secret Arsenal >>

* Best nature pictures of 2012 >>
* High-pressure sound beam with 100 times sharper focus could one day be a scalpel >>
* NASA’s brand new spacesuit prototype really does look like Buzz Lightyear >>

* Butterfly Nebula >>
* We Want These “Ultrastretchable” Charging Cables Now, Please >>
* A startup that will store your data in space — and on Mars >>

* 2013 Smart Guide: New maps to rein in cosmic inflation >>
* Top Scientific Discoveries of 2012 >>
* Artificial intelligence helps sort used batteries >>

* The GPS-Tracked Life Cycle of Garbage >>
* Large Hadron Collider’s heir likely destined for Japan >>
* Humankind’s Enduring Fascination with the Apocalypse >>

* Pocket test measures fifty things in a drop of blood >>
* You’ll Go Insane Trying To Understand How These Interwoven Gears Can Possibly Work >>
* This Laser Weapon Got Five Times More Powerful in Just One Year >>

* The World’s Scariest Robot Now Listens to Human Master >>
* Would Arming Teachers And Students Really Have Prevented A Tragedy? >>
* Stem Cell Surgery Led To Bones Growing In Patient’s Eye >>

* 2013 Smart Guide: Revolutionary human stem cell trial >>
* Building Body Parts With Software >>
* Blame bacteria if you start putting on weight >>

* ‘Pinch-and-paste’ app boosts your interior design skills >>
* Fabricated future: The sceptic’s guide to 3D printing >>
* Power sources for flexible, stretchable electronics >>

* Earlier cancer diagnosis by detecting biomarkers in urine >>
* A display that makes interactive 3D seem mind-bogglingly real >>
* Another Earth just 12 light-years away? >>

* Darwin in Space: How Multigenerational Missions Could Shape Human Evolution >>
* 2012 Year in Pictures: Part II >>
* Scientists construct first detailed map of how the brain organizes everything we see >>

* Oh Great, Augmented Reality Eyepatches Will Probably Lead To Super Pirates >>
* 2012 Year in Pictures: Part II >>
* Killer Robots Are Coming – AI Experts To Determine Their Threat Toward Humanity >>

* How To Make Your Own Dizzying Spinning Time-Lapse Videos >>
* Darwin in Space: How Multigenerational Missions Could Shape Human Evolution >>
* Astronomers Zoom in on Stars Orbiting Milky Way’s Center >>

* Energy-efficient computer memory using magnetic materials >>
* Ray Kurzweil now on the job at Google >>
* Best videos of 2012: Soap bubbles create 3D display >>

* Google Play Books Gets “Read Aloud” and Other New Features >>
* “Humans May be the First Generation of Advanced Life in the Milky Way” (Today’s Most Popular) >>
* Quantum Computing Solves Classical Problems | Simons Foundation >>

* The Most Fascinating Human Evolution Discoveries of 2012 >>
* Five Planets Around Nearby Star Tau Ceti; One in Habitable Zone >>
* When will we finally have a world government? >>

* Watch Darpa’s Headless Robotic Mule Respond to Voice Commands >>
* Here is your possibly leaked Star Wars: Episode VII plot of the day >>
* A Crazy Helmet That Lets You See 360 Degrees At Once >>

* Watch how the ground really moves during an earthquake >>
* IQ tests are ‘meaningless and too simplistic’ claim researchers >>
* Tool-Using Orangutans Learn Like Humans >>

* Quantum Spin liquid can form in a crystalline structure >>
* Gun Control: Searching Down Under for Change to Believe In >>
* Scientists Engineer Algae To Produce New Targeted Cancer Therapy >>

* How the Human Brain Organizes the Universe We See >>

* Departing Space Station commander provides tour of orbital laboratory >>
* Makerbot Is Finally Removing 3D-Printable Gun Designs >>

* Phoenix’s new observation tower looks like a massive honey dipper >>
* Smart Design On What We’ll Really Want From Robot Cars >>
* Victorian counting device gets speedy quantum makeover >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 December 2012

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* REALTIME CG: Agni’s Philosophy–Final Fantasy Real Time Tech Demo >>
* Autodesk Developing CAD Software to Design, 3-D Print Living Tissue >>
* Ping Pong Ball-Sized Robots Can Swarm Together To Form A Smart Liquid >>

* Smartphone-Controlled Japanese Toilet Keeps A Personal Poop Diary >>
* Peter Thiel’s Latest Pet Project: Tornado-Powered Energy >>
* How the brain adapts when goals shift >>

* This 3-D Printer Can Print You An Entire Bike >>
* Could nuclear disarmament actually increase our chance of an apocalypse? >>
* The Year in Space, From NASA and ESA >>

* Small, portable sensors allow users to monitor pollution on their smart phones >>
* After Merger, 3D Printing Industry Has A New Leader >>

* Nikon Photomicrography Competition: It’s a Small World After All >>
* A powerful microscale actuator for microrobotics and drug delivery >>
* Tissue engineering at MIT: where it’s going >>

* IBM reveals five innovations that will change our lives within five years >>
* Nexus >>
* Get the whole family together over the holidays, from anywhere >>

* ‘The idea we live in a simulation isn’t science fiction’ >>
* Scientists Make Fish Grow “Hands” In Experiment Revealing How Fins Became Limbs >>
* Liquid metal used to create wires that stretch eight times their original length >>

* Google Accidentally Photographs Military Drone Landing >>
* Violent polar storms help control the world’s weather >>
* Is the obesity epidemic caused by too much sugar? >>

* Why Are Architects Deploying Drones? >>
* Now Live: The January 2013 Issue Of Popular Science Magazine >>
* GE Built a Better Bus Battery >>

* HTC’s Next Android Flagship Packs 1.7GHz Quad-Core Processor and 1080p Screen >>
* “Organic Building Blocks Found Everywhere in the Universe” >>
* How to Install an Escalator on the 101st Floor of America’s Tallest Building >>

* One of the Largest Astronomical Images Ever Made >>
* Why Spree Shooters Commit Suicide >>
* Nobody’s perfect: 400 DNA variants listed >>

* New insight into an intriguing state of magnetism >>
* Chemists synthesize new breed of anti-aromatic compound >>
* Would You Send Your Child to School With Body Armor? >>

* Judge OKs Warrantless Cell-Site Data in Landmark Privacy Case >>
* Google’s cloud-based music-matching service has arrived… and it’s free >>
* Japanese Team Attempting to Topple MIT’s Record for Human-Powered Flight >>

* Bitcasa brings limitless cloud storage to Android and Windows 8 today, iOS >>
* Hack Your Life in One Day: A Beginner’s Guide to Enhanced Productivity >>
* Garmin smartphone apps updated with Foursquare integration, location-sharing via Glympse >>

* Huge Black Holes Found in Our Cosmic Backyard >>
* Perl programming language marks 25th birthday >>
* NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor details leaked: 4-plus-1 cores, 28nm, 6x power of Tegra 3 >>

* Found: Whale Thought Extinct for 2 Million Years >>
* Akamai’s New CEO Aims to Speed Up Mobile Computing >>
* Three Habitable Zone Planets Discovered Around One Red Dwarf >>

* Spam virus hits Android video games >>
* Sperm length, not just the count, determines fertility >>
* Physicists say they found 2 Higgs boson >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 December 2012

December 18, 2012 Leave a comment

* Scientists Make Fish Grow “Hands” In Experiment Revealing How Fins Became Limbs >>
* Tweets Need A Credibility Rating And This Lie Detector Algorithm Could Help >>
* Peter Thiel Funds Effort To Tap Tornado Power To Generate Electricity >>

* An app too far? The smart toilet you can control from your PHONE >>
* DARPA creating 100 Gigabit per second wireless communication backbone >>
* Why NASA’s Moon Twins Are Crashing At The Lunar North Pole Later Today >>

* Scientists Use A Virus To Reconstruct The Heart’s Own Pacemaker >>
* Asterank 3D: A Visual Guide To Getting Rich In Space >>
* Head-mounted cameras could help robots understand social interactions >>

* Using light to remotely trigger biochemical reactions >>
* Mars Astronauts Likely to Witness 1 Megaton Asteroid Impacts >>
* By Hiring Kurzweil, Google Just Killed the Singularity >>

* European Project Aims To Create 1,500 New Stem Cell Lines >>
* Electric Universe 2013 Conference – The Tipping Point >>
* Swarms of Tiny Futuristic Robots to Create “Liquid that Thinks and Colonize Space” >>

* 2012 Year in Pictures: Part I >>
* Paralyzed Woman Can Eat A Chocolate Bar, With Graceful Mind-Controlled Prosthetic Arm >>
* Bed Bugs Ignore Alleged Ultrasonic Annoyers >>

* Weekend Diversion: Discovering the Universe >>
* Robotic arm ‘mind control’ hailed >>
* 7 ‘Half-Baked Ideas’ on Where Cloud Will Take Us in 2013 and Beyond >>

* No, Really, Regulate the Bullets >>
* IBM: Computers Will See, Hear, Taste, Smell and Touch in 5 Years >>
* The IBM Next 5 in 5: Our 2012 Forecast of Inventions that Will Change the World Within Five Years >>

* Researchers Convert Phones Into Secret Listening Devices >>
* Patient Shows New Dexterity with a Mind-Controlled Robot Arm >>

* DARPA Begins Work On 100Gbps Wireless Tech With 120-mile Range >>
* Anatomy of a Solar Car >>

* Sweden offers to be gateway to space >>
* NASA eyes mission to Jupiter moon Europa by 2021 >>
* Messier Monday: A Great Galactic Controversy, M102 >>

* Patient Shows New Dexterity with a Mind-Controlled Robot Arm >>
* To Pinpoint Audio Evidence, UK Police Record 7 Years Of Background Noise >>
* Did a Massive Supernova Explosion Trigger the Formation of Our Solar System? >>

* First Road Map of Human Sex-Cell Development >>
* Star Wars Fans Building a Full Scale Replica of the Millennium Falcon >>
* CERN: First Large Hadron Collider (LHC) protons run ends with new milestone >>

* An information-processing approach to the origin of life >>
* The solar-powered bike-car thingy we’ve all been waiting for >>
* What is your SQ? >>

* Ridiculous is the new remarkable >>
* Major breakthrough in indoor positioning research >>
* 7 Good Reasons Why There Might Be Life on Other Planets >>

* Team confirms “gusty winds” in space turbulence >>
* Wired Science Space Photo of the Day: Tectonics on Enceladus >>
* How to get fossil fuels from ice cream, soap >>

* Scientists capture, preserve cancer cells circulating in blood >>
* Doomsday 2012: Watch the ‘End of the World’ Live Online >>
* Hybrid tunnel may help guide severed nerves back to health >>

* Plants in space: No gravity required >>
* World’s Largest Atom Smasher Gets Faster >>
* White blood cells visit healthy kidneys, too >>

* Life Up Close: The Year’s Best Microscope Views of Biology >>
* Focus: Atomic Spins at Human Scale >>
* Toward a new model of the cell >>

* For best buds or a big network, money matters >>
* How Ebola sneaks past immune system >>
* Plutonium at 150 years >>

* Forecast 2013: The Appification Of Everything Will Turn The Web… >>
* NASA names moon crash site in honor of Sally Ride >>
* Scientists use a virus to create a natural pacemaker inside the heart >>

* IBM’s 5 in 5 predicts cognitive computing will complement our senses, virtualize touch >>
* IBM: In the next 5 years computers will learn, mimic the human senses >>
* This Facebook Message will Self Destruct in Three…Two… >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 December 2012 >>

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