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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 April 2013

* This TV stinks. No, really! >>
* On The Terror of Modern Time >>
* NASA JPL controls rover with Leap Motion, shows faith in consumer hardware (video) >>

* Drones Could Rescue Drowning Victims >>
* How Science and Technology Slammed into a Wall and What We Should Do About It >>
* What would happen if the Sun just… disappeared? >>

* Domestic drones and their unique dangers >>
* Extinction May Not Be Forever >>
* HBO Says Game of Thrones Piracy Is “a Compliment” >>

* Our Sci-fi Future: Robotic Multicopters Follow Golphers With cameras >>
* What is the purpose of the Universe? Here is one possible answer. >>

* Apple’s new iPhone? Wraparound display, no buttons >>
* Electronic Implant Controls Appetite and Weight Gain >>
* The touch-screen generation >>

* Massey Lectures, “The Universe Within: From Quantum to Cosmos” >>
* Douglas Rushkoff on Singularity Podcast >>
* Using Photons for Quantum Computer Memory >>

* Ready to unlock stem cell mysteries >>
* World’s smallest blood monitoring implant >>
* Test May Predict Aggression And Violent Behavior In Boys >>

* Canadian researchers develop energy storage system >>
* One drug for many types of cancers, human trials to begin >>
* New vaccine design developed against HIV >>

* 112-million-year old mammal jaw found in Japan >>
* 2,000+ black holes kicked away from their homes now living on outskirts of Milky Way >>
* Physics demonstrations: A short discussion of the Kaye effect >>

* Bots, Bacteria, and Carbon >>
* Making Robots Mimic the Human Hand >>
* A road map: High efficiency bulk-micromegas based neutron imaging detector >>

* Radar advance: Acoustic time delay device could reduce size and cost of phased array systems >>
* Yale Researchers Ride Photons in Search of Quantum Computer >>
* BionicOpter dragonfly drone flutters about, blows minds >>

* Space Architecture And View Condos In Low Earth Orbit >>
* Why Your Next Phone Will Include Biometric Security >>
* Microsoft Worldwide Telescope brings the universe to your computer >>

* Making Robots Mimic the Human Hand >>
* Play Starcraft Using Your Eyes With This Eye-Tracker >>
* Smell-O-Vision Might Actually Be Happening >>

* Stanford researchers create genetic transistors, make biologic computing possible >>
* Inhabitat’s Week in Green: TORQ Roadster, quantum-dot solar cells and an invisibility cloak >>
* Why Your Kid Can’t Get a Job >>

* Data Is Not Killing Creativity, It’s Just Changing How We Tell Stories >>
* X Marks the Spot: This week’s TEDx Talks >>
* What would happen if the Sun just… disappeared? >>

* Scientists Built a Fake Virus Shell to Make a Sterile, Zombified Vaccine >>
* Solid State Batteries will be the successor to Lithium ion Batteries >>
* Can we predict recidivism with a brain scan? >>

* How Walks in Nature Restore the Mind >>
* How Parasites Warp the Human Mind >>
* Astronomy Picture of the Day – Flying Over the Earth at Night >>

* Rational Thought Can Override a Generous Intuition >>
* Accelerating Technology Parallels Exponentially Rising Piles of Junk >>
* Making living matter programmable >>

* Thin film invisibility cloak leading to 3D camoflage and invisibility and near field sensors >>
* DNA Is The Linux Of The Natural World >>
* Carnival of Space 295 >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 March 2013 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 March 2013

* Is NASA Seeking $100 Million for Wild Asteroid Capture Mission? >>
* Thermonuclear Micro-Bomb Propulsion for Fast Interplanetary Missions >>
* Scientists Build Hollow Virus For Cheaper Vaccines >>

* New DNA-Based Transistor Brings Us One Step Closer to True Human Computers >>
* Robotic ants successfully mimic real colony behavior >>

* A new way to freeze molecules for quantum computing >>
* How Did Dinosaurs Have Sex? [Excerpt] >>
* Keep your laws off my body! >>

* Someday Soon, Video Games Will Look Like This Incredible Unreal Engine 4 Graphics Demo >>
* DARPA’s Spleen-on-a-Chip Solves Sepsis >>
* We Need Nuclear-Powered Airplanes, Not Solar-Powered Ones >>

* Kinect-Powered Virtual Therapist Tracks Your Body Language To Help Diagnose You >>
* Nanoparticles Combined with Light Reverses Rusting >>
* Turing machine built from artificial muscles may lead to smart prosthetics >>

* Better than X-rays: a more powerful terahertz imaging system >>
* Wireless device powers implanted blood-pressure sensor, eliminating batteries >>
* How to make perfect nanospheres >>

* Smell-o-vision screens let you really smell the coffee >>
* Microsoft’s WorldWide Telescope Maps The Universe With NASA’s Data >>
* Help raise money for this kickass NASA video to appear before Star Trek Into Darkness! >>

* High Energy high repetition Pulse lasers for space propulsion, accelerators and power generation >>
* Think GPS is cool? IPS will blow your mind >>
* Electronic implant designed to reduce obesity to undergo trials >>

* No One Expects War With North Korea. But What If? >>
* New Accelerometry Sensor Helps Identify Aspiration Swallows Without Barium, X-rays >>

* BioAid: iPhones Now Turned Into Functional Hearing Aids >>
* Wormholes >>
* Technologies that might change everything >>

* Gadgetwise Blog: The Original Digital Pet Returns for a New Generation >>
* Gene discovery may yield lettuce that will sprout in hot weather >>
* Laser Helps Measure Brain Activity >>

* Gamma-ray spectra show that supernova remnants create cosmic-ray protons >>
* Diamond defects enable nanoscale nuclear magnetic resonance >>
* Public cloud will grow when experienced IT folks die >>

* PWOPPP, Click! This Is What Spaceships Sound Like When They’re Docking >>
* New Soyuz route cuts travel time to ISS from two days to six hours >>
* Taking the US-bound Smart Electric Drive for a spin (video) >>

* Hate Google? Try going without it for a while >>
* Epic Shows Off Next-Gen Graphics With A New Unreal 4 Demo >>
* How Could Swarms of Robots Help Humanity? >>

* The Imminent Shakeout? Disruptive Innovation and Higher Education >>
* Internet’s Energy Needs Growing Faster Than Efficiency Gains >>
* Will NASA Announce Plans to Snag an Asteroid and Fly It to Earth? >>

* Meet David Peterson, who developed Dothraki for Game of Thrones >>
* Seasons on ‘Game of Thrones’ Planet: How They Work >>
* Solar Powered Plane to Fly Across the US >>

* 5 Weird Things About Vesta >>
* How A Tool For Perfect Human Vision Grew From One Of NASA’s Greatest Blunders >>
* Video Friday: Robot Jellyfish, Robot Dragonfly, and a Crazy Game of Telepresence Soccer >>

* This Week in Cybercrime: “Anonymized” Cellphone Tracking Data is Pure Fiction >>
* An ‘Infinity of Dwarfs’ –A Visible Universe of 7 Trillion Dwarf Galaxies >>
* Being Off-Key Can At Least Look Good With This Pretty Tuning App >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 March 2013 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 March 2013

* Which came first the head or the brain? >>
* Google patent application would tie camera settings to local weather >>
* Scientists propose revolutionary laser system to produce the next LHC >>

* The Search For Another Earth | Video >>
* Astronauts Launch on First ‘Express’ Flight to Space Station >>
* Into the Orion Arm >>

* Swarming robots could be the servants of the future >>
* Divers Caught Cutting Internet Backbone Cable >>
* Activision Reveals Animated Human That Looks So Real, It’s Uncanny >>

* Digital shrinks find depressed faces and body language >>
* The European Space Agency Has Made A Snap-Proof Super-Thin Space Tether >>
* This Building Will Eat Smog And Look Good Doing It >>

* Startup Spotlight: SynTouch Seeks to Enable Robots With ‘Machine Touch’ >>
* A Cheaper Way to Make Hydrogen from Water >>
* Internet Spam Fighter Weathers Massive Attack >>

* A Voice-Analysis App to Diganose Concussions >>
* Street View Hits Mars With This 4-Gigapixel Panoramic >>
* How to Make a Computer From a Living Cell >>

* How A Seven-Sexed Organism Gets It On >>
* FBI Wants To Spy On Your Online Chats As They Happen >>
* DC Transformer could enable worldwide electrical grid, eliminate energy storage for solar and wind power >>

* What you’re doing wrong when you think about the future >>
* You don’t ‘own’ your own genes >>
* 15 minutes of fame? Study finds true fame isn’t fleeting >>

* How Strong Social Ties Hinder the Spread of Rumours >>
* Double the brightness in low light photos with Panasonic’s new color filtering technology >>
* Big Data: A Revolution That Will Transform How We Live, Work and Think >>

* The Internet Is Making Us Poor >>
* Genetic Screening For Cancer Risk Will Come ‘Within Five Years’ >>
* Bees Communicate With Electric Fields >>

* Santa Clara California installs free City Wi-Fi through upgraded smart meters >>
* Google Street View Shows Abandoned Fukushima Town >>
* Apple toys with wraparound screen phones >>

* Google to deliver goods quickly to online shoppers >>
* IISc scientist’s paper explains the existence of super luminous supernova >>
* Researchers Test Implanted Brain Stimulator for Alzheimer’s >>

* Can Brain Activity Predict Criminal Reoffending? >>
* Elusive ‘Superman’ Particle Found Changing Flavor >>
* Imaging in 3D reveals never-before-seen defects in platinum nanoparticle >>

* Scientists identify brain’s ‘molecular memory switch’ >>
* Better than X-rays: A more powerful terahertz imaging system >>
* Music amps immunity and cuts stress >>

* Synopsis: Swimming into the Light >>
* Synopsis: A Year-Long Search for Dark Matter >>
* Existing drugs treat seizures in zebrafish >>

* Super-thin ‘metascreen’ cloaks 3D objects >>
* Bees May Use Electricity to Communicate >>
* Mystery of Desert ‘Fairy Circles’ Solved, Creators Found >>

* Researchers unveil large robotic jellyfish that one day could patrol oceans (w/ video) >>
* Synopsis: Diamond Clocks on a Chip >>
* Digital Evolution: DNA May Bring Computers to Life >>

* A Computer Inside a Cell >>
* Moniker Looks To Crowdfunding To Create A Custom Guitar Business >>
* Apple patent filing describes phone concept with wrap-around AMOLED display >>

* #MEMS: “Smarphone oscillators adopt sensor process” >>
* #ISPD: “Next Generation Chips Face Hurtles” >>
* Lockheed Martin’s technology hub brings startups closer to government needs >>

* Google adds street views inside Japan nuclear zone >>
* Learning From A Virtual Bike Tour Of Copenhagen >>
* Quiz: Is This a Video of a Human? >>

* How Will Humans Respond to Immortality? >>
* NASA Scientists Discuss Potential Comet Impact on Mars >>
* Tiny Robots Reveal Ant Behavior >>

* Watch This Enormous Ship Being Built In Just 76 Seconds >>
* America’s New Sustainable Manufacturing Hubs Will Breed Creativity And Jobs >>
* Further readings in game theory: How it applies to marriage, kidney donation chains and government gridlock >>

* Who should be responsible when your robotic surgeon f*cks up? >>
* Navy Wants Lasers on Marines’ Trucks to Shoot Down Drones >>
* 50 Human Brain Ideas You Really Need to Know >>
* Universe >>

* Better eyes for flying robots >>
* 3D imaging methodology reveals nano details not seen before >>
* Scuba-diving saboteurs caught trying to cut internet >>

* It is time to train atoms to do what we want >>
* Will Your Twitter Account Get You Fired? >>
* So Why Do We Get Goosebumps When We’re Cold or Scared? >>

* Unraveling NGC 3169 >>
* Futuristic Predictions From 1988 LA Times Magazine Come True…Mostly >>
* Could Titan’s Hydrocarbon Chemistry Have Crossed the Chasm to Life? >>

* A Moment of Zen: Mystery of Neutrinos –“Ghosts of the Universe” >>
* Biological transistor enables computing within living cells >>
* Self-Driving Robot Car Could Replace The Mobility Scooter >>

* Caltech Challenges Students to Plan Manned Mission to Mars Moon >>
* Gigantic Stellar Breeding Ground | Space Wallpaper >>
* Hubble Uncovers Hidden Mysteries in Messier 77 >>

* Radically rethinking the bus system >>
* Synchrotron yields ‘safer’ vaccine >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 March 2013 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 March 2013

* Engineers enable bulk silicon to emit visible light for the first time >>
* Google Glass Will Be Made In The U.S.A In Santa Clara >>
* Location Data Can Uniquely Identify Cellphone Users >>

* Please Don’t Panic: A Texas Biodefense Lab Loses A Vial Of Virus >>
* Microscale medical sensors inserted under skin powered wirelessly >>
* Scientists Engineer Microorganisms To Make Fuel From Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide >>

* A Robot With Heart >>
* Disruptors 2013 >>
* Tree-based solar cells point the way to recyclable energy sources >>

* Mozilla And Epic Games Bring Unreal Engine 3 To The Web, No Plugin Needed >>
* The coming of the industrial internet >>
* A Horizon Rainbow in Paris >>

* Raytheon Wants To Give Military Pilots Superhuman Hearing >>
* GigaOM Mobilize >>
* Rejuvenating blood by reprogramming stem cells >>

* 5 Steps to a 3-D Printed Eyeball >>
* First Mini-Supernovas Discovered >>
* It s Electric: Biologists Seek to Crack Cell s Bioelectric Code >>

* Structural Analysis 1st Stage Reaction Chamber; Thrust Structure Project Icarus >>
* Why IBM Made a Liquid Transistor >>
* Quality control opens path to synthetic biology’s Ikea >>

* Smartphone app measures UV exposure issues warning of getting sun burnt >>
* $100-million quantum computing fund established in Canada >>
* The Age of the 3D Printed Gun >>

* Brain Size Didn’t Drive Evolution, Research Suggests >>
* Animation Sophistication: The Croods Required 80 Million Compute Hours >>
* Flipboard 2.0 Lets You Curate Your Own Stunning Digital Magazines >>

* New Google Chrome release improves in-browser spell chekcer >>
* Whoa! Mini-Supernovas Discovered >>
* A Library For Printed Furniture, At Your Fingertips >>

* News 2050: 10,000m tower opens >>
* New process to make nanospheres >>
* New World’s Lightest Material >>

* VIDEO: Is jet stream to blame for bad weather? >>
* Biggest ever attack slows internet >>
* A fish with a see-through head >>

* Imagery on Google Maps of Fukushima Exclusion Zone Town Namie-machi >>
* The end of humanity >>
* World’s first 40 to 60 Gbps silicon photonics modulator >>

* Google picks 8,000 to test Web-linked glasses >>
* ‘Matrix’ creators new TV series ‘Sense8’ >>
* Robots from outer space are somehow less terrifying >>

* Research uses muscle activity to move virtual objects (w/ video) >>
* New Theory of How Giant Stars Grow Unveiled >>
* Google Gives Tablet Video Viewers A Taste Of Its Knowledge Graph >>

* Birdemic 2 >>
* Volvo Demos a Nifty Cyclist Detection System >>
* Google Launches Maps Engine Lite, Makes It Easy To Create Advanced Custom Maps >>

* The Dawn of Genome Trolling >>
* Computer Tracks Spider Species By Analyzing Webs >>
* Apple Buys An Indoor Mapping Company, Having Finished With The Outdoors >>

* Speed Of Light In Vacuum Is Not Actually Constant, Study Finds >>
* Mobile Phone Use Patterns Identify Individuals Better Than Fingerprints >>
* Google at $1000 – The Big Lesson For Innovators Everywhere >>

* Speech Recognition Technology — The New Mouse For The Digital Age >>
* 3 Reasons Why Your Predictions Of The Future Will Go Wrong >>
* This modified microbe could turn carbon emissions into fuel >>

* what the robot cops look like in J.J. Abrams new series Human? >>
* HVDC Supergrid Technologies Besting Expectations >>
* The Search For Another Earth | Video >>

* Life Among the Comets >>
* New Stars: Blazing and Blue >>
* It’s 2050. Do You Know Where Your Wine Comes From? >>

* Amphibious Salamander-Like Robot Swims In Water, Crawls On Land >>
* Cobweb recognition system counts spider species >>
* Crowd-sensing apps tap every stranger’s eyes and ears >>

* Bumper haul of cancer genes promises better prevention >>
* Gut bacteria swap is key to knifeless gastric bypass >>
* IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society >>

* Solar cells that can be recycled >>
* Adidas Energy Boost Running Shoes Review >>
* Blowing in the wind: How accurate is thermography of horses’ legs? >>

* Enabling the next generation of computer scientists with CS4HS >>
* Buzz Aldrin’s Moon Toothbrush (And Much, Much More) Is For Sale >>
* Small molecule disrupts cancer-causing protein >>

* Genetic ‘roulette’ gives tiny cells their sex >>
* Researchers successfully map fountain of youth >>
* US Number of cancer survivors expected to increase to 18 million by 2022 >>

* Color-code test finds 10x more biomarkers >>
* The future of genomic medicine is here >>
* Wired Space Photo of the Day: One Star, Two Star, Red Star, Blue Star >>

* Kevin Warwick: You Have To Take Risks To Be Part Of The Future >>
* Stress Reduction Equals Life Extension >>
* Mitochondria in possibilities for life prolongation – Part 1:basics >>
* Quality control opens path to synthetic biology’s Ikea >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 March 2013 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 March 2013

* Simulations uncover obstacle to laser-driven fusion: Under realistic conditions >>
* The Nature of the Future: Dispatches from the Socialstructed World >>
* Laser Me Up a Dress, Iris >>

* The All-Electric Car You Never Plug In >>
* Researchers develop quantum computer algorithm for counting prime numbers >>
* New technology measures oxygen in individual red blood cells in real time >>

* Human emotion: We report our feelings in 3-D >>
* The Rise of Artificial Intelligence Could Lead to Apple’s Downfall >>
* Robo-surgeon da Vinci faces lawsuits >>

* Caltech Challenges Students to Plan Manned Mission to Mars Moon >>
* Brain scans can predict whether a criminal is likely to reoffend >>
* CamBoard Pico Demos Gesture Control Your Next Computer Could Have >>

* Using carbon nanotubes as qubits for quantum computers >>
* Guiding stem cells into damaged hearts with MRI and ultrasonics >>
* How the Higgs Boson Might Spell Doom for the Universe >>

* Gene therapy cures leukaemia in eight days >>
* Can there be an algorithm for every human desire? >>
* Clearpath Robotics Announces Grizzly Robotic Utility Vehicle >>

* The Most Distant Molecules of Water in the Universe Discovered >>
* Brain mapping reveals neurological basis of decision-making in rats >>
* The Great Ages of Humanity Past and Future >>

* 73.7 terabits per second and 30% lower latency using new hollow core fiber design >>
* Future of TV–Terrestrial Broadcasting Or Video-On-Demand Over Cellular Networks? >>
* Bitmessage – a p2p communications protocol to send encrypted messages >>

* Fingerprints Instead Of Credit Cards? >>
* Study: More Cell Phones Than Toilets >>
* Harry Potter-Like Invisibility Cloak Works (in a Lab) >>

* Earth is closer to the edge of Sun’s habitable zone >>
* NVIDIA’s GRID VCA now available to graphic crunching pros at a cool $24,900 >>
* Withings $150 WS-50 Smart Body Analyzer goes on sale from today >>

* Panasonic 2013 Smart TVs wield Nuance Dragon TV for voice control, text-to-speech >>
* AT&T to launch Digital Life in 15 markets, hopes to enter home automation field >>
* NVIDIA details how its Jetson development kit creates smart, seeing cars >>

* Doctors Detect Obesity Bug on Breath >>
* Crowded Hong Kong Is Planning To Build Datacenters Deep Inside Caves >>
* 13 Trends That Will Define Global Business >>

* LG patents RFID-labelled cookbook >>
* Superhero supercomputer helps battle autism >>
* There Aren’t Nearly Enough Guards For Cyprus Banks Tomorrow >>

* Here’s Why Marissa Mayer Is About To Spend ~$200 Million On A YouTube Wannabe >>
* Smart Power: Why More Bytes Will Mean Fewer — and Cleaner — Electrons >>
* The blob of virtual goo can calculate the quickest travel routes >>

* New model accurately predicts 3D sand flow >>
* Stick-on sensor detects trouble swallowing >>
* Darpa’s Next Drone Could Be a Datalink Between Planes and Ships >>

* Scientists Create Ultra-Thin Invisibility Cloak >>
* Video Tape Docks Videos on a Web Page So You Can Watch as You Scroll >>
* Social video reaches tipping point >>

* Log Into Ubuntu with Your Fingerprint >>
* The Dangers of Social Isolation >>

* No “Ungoogleable” In Swedish Lexicon, Thanks to Google >>
* Paying For Followers May Cost You A Job >>
* Do Big-Money Acquisitions Mean We’re In a Tech Bubble? >>

* Google Says “Ungoogleable” Can’t Be A Swedish Word >>
* Lab Under The Skin To Detect For Heart Attack And Diseases >>
* The first picture ever of a Tatooine-like binary star system. Maybe. >>

* Into the Oort Cloud: A Cometary Civilization? >>
* Crazy Guy Dangles Above the Earth at Terrifying Heights >>
* Waterfalls, Auroras, Comet: Iceland >>

* BitTorrent ‘s Bram Cohen Patents Revolutionary Live Streaming Protocol >>
* Ingenious: A Mini Mobile Browser That Lives in Your Desktop Browser >>
* We All Want To Live In Monaco’s Odeon Tower, But We’re All Too Poor >>

* Here’s How Long It’ll Be Until Google Kills That Service You Like >>
* Rare Disease Science Challenge Brings Funding To An Overlooked Area Of Research >>
* Scientists form new nerve cells — directly in the brain >>

* This SoCal Water Treatment Plant Is Powered by Poop >>
* End of darkness: The stuff that really rules the cosmos >>
* Google Flu Trends Misrepresented the Severity of This Year’s Flu Season >>

* How Your Smartphone Can Predict Your Behavior >>
* Gravity-less toy black hole solves cosmic puzzles >>
* Astronomers discover new kind of supernova >>

* Mayor Bloomberg Predicts Drone Surveillance In New York’s Future >>
* Gen Y Isn’t The ‘Entrepreneurship Generation’ >>
* Digg wants to fill the Google Reader-shaped hole in your heart >>

* Two-Headed Shark Fetus Caught Off The Florida Keys >>
* Keen On… So What’s The Big Deal About Big Data? [TCTV] >>
* Watch the first 14 minutes of Syfy’s Defiance right now >>

* New Bioweapons Risk Is Nothing Bureacuracy Can’t Solve >>
* Women make better decisions than men >>
* Facebook’s first direct app update heads to Google Play, won’t be the last >>
* Metascreen forms ultra-thin invisibility cloak >>

* Withings $150 WS-50 Smart Body Analyzer goes on sale from today >>
* Wireless under skin prototype implant beams instant blood read-outs tosmartphone >>
* EPFL mixes graphene and molybdenite to make very efficient, flexible flash memory >>

* NVIDIA reveals Volta next-gen GPU platform >>
* Boston Dynamic’s Marc Raibert backstage at Expand (video) >>
* NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s Tom Rivellini backstage at Expand (video) >>

* Bina Technologies Wants To Bring Big Data Insight To Genomic Sequencing >>
* Apple Granted Patent for Breakthrough “iPen”? >>
* Amazon’s Remote Processing Vision >>

* Longevity Escape Velocity May Be Closer Than We Think >>
* Defeating useless rich people >>
* Findings Identify Universal Mechanism for Activating Anti-Aging Pathway >>

* Simple Breath Test Might Diagnose Heart Failure >>
* Theodore Berger On Neuro Engineering >>
* Science Fiction Comes Alive as Researchers Grow Organs in Lab >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 March 2013 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 March 2013

* Researcher Says Radar Tech Could Detect Guns At School >>
* Artificial Wearable Lung to Help Patients be Mobile Before Transplant >>
* Laser empties atoms from the inside out >>

* Microsoft working to bring natural language, speech input to Excel >>
* Antimatter’s Magnetic Charge Revealed >>
* Google starts a TV white space trial in South Africa to wirelessly link schools >>

* Paintable Electronics Pave the Way for Cheaper Gadgets >>
* Researchers decode biology of blood and iron disorders mapping future therapies >>
* Japanese robot actroid-SIT gets more social >>

* Predictive Smartphone Assistant Gives You a Heads-Up >>
* Google Shut Down Reader Because It Was Scared of More Screw-Ups >>
* The Most Incredible Pictures Of Every Planet In Our Solar System >>

* intelligentM System Automates Hand Washing Compliance in Hospitals (w/video) >>
* Yet another experiment shows conscious decisions are made unconsciously, in advance >>
* Should We Bring Extinct Species Back to Life? >>

* Bacteria power ‘bio-battery’ breakthrough >>
* NASA to Launch 13,000 Square Foot Kapton Solar Sail in 2014 >>
* Nanotools for neuroscience and brain activity mapping >>

* Why we need supercomputers to show how clouds and climate change work >>
* Windows Blue: What can we expect from Microsoft’s next operating system? >>
* Google Reader Was A Victim Of Privacy Concerns, Reports AllThingsD >>

* Future of education eliminates the classroom, because the world is your class >>
* Can Innovation Be Automated? >>
* Are Your Doctor’s Hands Clean? This Wristband Knows >>

* Shrinking Blob Computes Travelling Salesman Solutions >>
* Ramez Naam: Innovation is the Infinite Resource >>
* 10 Quotes on Cloud Computing That Really Say it All >>

* What Google Glass And the Android Smartwatch Are Really All About >>
* Curiosity is Back ! Snapping Fresh Martian Vistas >>
* 5 ways big data is going to blow your mind and change your world >>

* Big Data Is Opening Doors, but Maybe Too Many >>
* Heart repair breakthroughs replace surgeon’s knife >>
* Better Eyes for Flying Robots >>

* 8 Totally Cool Uses for Drones >>
* Australian Man Earns Bravery Award For Pulling Shark Off Victim >>
* Mainly Microbe – Meet Your Microbiome!! >>

* Scientists build a nanoscale glass blower >>
* Chinese university creates world’s lightest material >>
* Nanowires boost photovoltaics sunlight capture by 15X >>

* Why we study duck penises >>
* Internal Clocks Tell Roosters It’s Crow Time >>
* Does computer code need a new, universal language? >>

* Tomorrow’s world: A guide to the next 150 years >>
* Latest Info on the “2045 Initiative” >>
* Advances in Telomere Research and Testing >>

* Exoskeletons to boost manufacturing worker productivity by 30%.. >>
* Gaming Apps to Unlock Video Archive Footage >>
* Microchip Adapts to Severe Damage >>

* How the Science of Swarms Can Help Us Fight Cancer and Predict the Future >>
* Belgian boffins boast after boosting TCP to 50 Gbps >>
* 4D Printing Self-Building Space Stations! >>

* What Google Glass And the Android Smartwatch Are Really All About >>
* Brain Activity Linked to DNA Damage >>
* Social Web Will Help Protect Us From Another Dot-Com Fizzle >>

* Danny Hillis: The Internet could crash. We need a Plan B >>
* Mira: Next-Generation Supercomputer >>

* Brain Activity Linked to DNA Damage >>
* A Doctor Hacks His iPhone to Detect a Parasite That Plagues Billions >>
* The promise and perils of a datafied world >>

* Planet-of-the-Apes Hypothesis –Will Intelligence be a Constant in Universe? >>
* China High-Speed Rail Nears 10,000 Kilometers, Plans To Expand to 50,000 By 2020 >>
* No Supersonic Tennis Balls Will Be Sneaking Up on the World’s Most Advanced Radar >>

* Forty-six gene sequencing test for cancer patients in UK >>
* 30 Quadrotors Form a Star Trek Constellation In the London Skyline >>
* Pentagon Wants a Computer That Can Teach Itself >>

* What’s so bad about extinction, anyway? >>
* If the Military’s Future Stealth Jet Fails, the Navy’s Got a Backup Plan >>
* Printing New Organs with Stem Cells >>

* Steve Jobs Was Wrong — Consumers Want To Rent Their Music, Not Own It >>
* Why Is Google Killing Google Reader? >>
* Orbotix launches new Sphero AR tools to get the ball rolling on development >>

* Moore’s Law vs. Wright’s Law >>
* Sauna Visits May Lower Sperm Count >>
* Schizophrenia risk shows up in kids’ brain scans >>

* Antibiotics work better when germs self-destruct >>
* Network of the future, beyond theory >>
* Personal monitor system could change healthcare >>

* Future Of Mobile Commerce Is Bright >>
* Tallest Building In The Southern Hemisphere Will Rise In Melbourne >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 March 2013 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 March 2013

* Will Google Glass Prevent Deaths or Cause Them? >>
* Solar Robots, 4K TVs Spring Forward >>
* Four Robots That Are Learning To Serve You >>

* Virtual Assistants >>
* Computer simulations yield clues to how cells interact with surroundings >>
* The Creative Class Is Still On The Rise >>

* Building big Starshades and antennas and rectannas in space will boost >>
* The Story of Earth (in 2 Minutes and 20 Seconds) >>
* Computer Technology Impact on 2013 Society as Predicted in 1962 and 1988 >>

* Panasonic 2013 Smart TVs wield Nuance Dragon TV for voice control, text-to-speech >>
* Ostrich-inspired robot learns some fancy footwork >>
* Intense terahertz pulses cause DNA damage and repair >>

* A 50 Gbps Connection With Multipath TCP >>
* Wildest Private Deep-Space Mission Ideas: A Countdown >>
* Speculation on the Future of Quantum Computers >>

* Physicists Debate the Many Varieties of Nothingness >>
* Scientists Create 581 Clones From Same Mouse >>
* RoboEarth Cloud Engine Makes Local Bots Smarter >>

* Bill Would Ban Wearing Google Glass While Driving in West Virginia >>
* Imagine There’s No Fear >>
* This is What Can Happen When a CME Hits Earth >>

* Dust Pillar of the Carina Nebula >>
* The Hidden Intelligence of Animals >>
* First Commercial Products for Telecomm towers for rechargeable metal-air batteries >>

* Building The Daedalus Reaction Chamber >>
* Ray Kurzweil: What does the future look like? – SSHF >>
* David Brin on Singularity 1 on 1: What’s Important Is Not Me. And It’s Not You. It’s Us! >>

* Paint-on plastic electronics: Aligning polymers for high performance >>
* Free Access To Dozens of Anonymous VPNs Via New University Project >>
* Scientists Create 581 Clones From Same Mouse >>

* NASA Launches Space Radiation Challenge for Students >>
* Robots Race Ahead – On Cockroach Legs >>
* 100 Plus: How the Coming Age of Longevity will Change Everything >>

* Cancer halted in five patients after treatment with own genetically modified cells >>
* This Is What a Brain Looks Like When It’s Forming Memories >>
* Scientist demonstrate matrix-like learning >>
* Researchers discover workings of brain’s GPS system >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 March 2013

* Sleep Hits the Reset Button for Individual Neurons >>
* LIFX Smart Bulb, Demos Gesture-Based Dimming >>
* The Obsolete Know-It-All: Ken Jennings at TEDx >>

* As Smartphone Growth Slows, Carriers Turn To The Connected Car >>
* NVIDIA CG DEMOS at GTC 2013 “Realtime Ocean,Faceworks” >>
* This Ear-Canal Scanner Lets You 3-D Print the Inside of Your Head >>

* Watch Google’s Sergey Brin Talk About The Emasculating Smartphone And Google Glass >>
* Play A Chord And This Database Will Guess Which Comes Next >>
* Will Old People Take Over the World? >>

* Thing Theory: Connecting Humans to Location-Aware Smart Environments >>
* Physicists Debate the Many Varieties of Nothingness >>
* Google Musical Chairs (Comic) >>

* Smithsonian Magazine 2012 Photography Contest: 50 Finalists >>
* Video Friday: Robots That Fold, Robots That Drive, Robots That Drink >>
* Have Researchers Computed the Complete Neanderthal Genome? >>

* Doctors Should Tell Patients About Some, But Not All, Unexpected Genetic Findings >>
* Bill Gates Will Pay You $100,000 If You Can Make A Better Condom >>
* Build Your Own Web or Mobile App In Minutes With These Cloud Based Tools >>

* Flow batteries could back up grid of the future >>
* Electronic violin turns laser signals into music >>
* The digital revolution is over…or not >>

* It’s not Skynet yet: in machine learning there’s still a role for humans >>
* How would you like to invest in immortality? >>
* Bits Blog: I.B.M. Research Points to Circuits That Mimic the Brain’s Design >>

* Implantable Telescope Lens to Treat Macular Degeneration Available >>
* Report: Google Is Making a Smart Watch Too >>
* Lockheed Martin Harnesses Quantum Technology >>

* Google Glass may someday fire up your coffee maker >>
* IBM scientists discover new liquid molecular technique to charge memory, logic chips >>

* DARPA envisions the future of machine learning >>
* New cosmic background radiation map challenges some foundations of cosmology >>
* Elon Musk: the mind behind Tesla, SpaceX, SolarCity … >>

* Knowledge Graph, Satori, and Unicorn >>
* Will we survive our technology? >>
* Veti-Gel Instantly Stops Bleeding and Closes Wounds of Any Size it Can Cover >>

* Dwave Systems covered in the New York Times >>
* BMW Partnering on Fully Self Driving Cars by 2025 and Partial Self Driving by 2016 >>
* Bees to have their day in court over insecticide use >>

* Did A Comet Kill The Dinosaurs? >>
* Meet The 22-Year-Old Inventor Helping Marketers Read Your Mind >>
* Watch This Snake Robot Grip Whatever It Touches >>

* A Legged Robot That Specializes In Scuttling Across Sand >>
* This Is Nature’s B-2 Bomber >>
* A Laser Violin Would Have Surely Blown Amadeus’ Mind >>

* Comet Castle >>
* Five Opportunities for Mobile Computing >>
* “Hacking the Cosmos” — Big-Bang Afterglow Reveals Daunting New Puzzles >>

* Will Next-Generation Mars Rovers Have C-Shaped Legs? >>
* Hacking the future: Clare Sutcliffe at TEDx >>

* Millions of deaths indicate we’re all eating too much salt >>
* The live meshing of a real life and virtual chorus >>
* People Think Candy Bars With Green Nutrition Labels Are Healthier >>

* VIDEO: Could a folding car solve parking problems? >>
* Goddamn Particle >>
* Web Semantics: John Quijada and Ithkuil, his personal invented language >>

* Quantum computing for learning: Shaping reality both figuratively and literally >>
* Modern Physics and Scientific Thinking [Uncertain Principles] >>
* Mobile apps key to future of retailing – developer >>

* Swarms of robots could be mining asteroids within a generation >>
* Further evidence that volcanoes can destroy life on Earth >>

* No Map? No GPS? No Problem >>
* And That, Google, Is How You Lose The Influencers >>
* In short: A drone with claws, a giant envelope of air, some congratulations >>

* RISE:2013 highlights: Kinect rehab, Lego lobsters, 3D printed tech and more >>
* Doctors track stem cells with nanoparticles during cardiac therapy >>

* NASA Video Captures Comet, Sun Storm and Earth Together >>

* A New View of the Elephant’s Trunk Nebula >>
* Were dinosaurs killed by comet? New analysis suggests smaller, faster space rock >>
* New liquid molecular technique can charge memory, logic chips >>

* Advances in Inflammatory Bowel Disease — what’s new, what’s next >>
* Do men have an evolutionary aversion to affairs with their friends wives? >>

* This Giant, Twisting Garden of a Tower Mimics Our Own DNA >>
* Nerve mapping technology improves surgery for compressed nerves >>
* Robot Provides Speech and Physical Therapy for Stroke Patient >>

* Questions I am frequently asked about… (Part IV) Prediction and the Future >>
* James Hughes – Personhood Beyond the Human – Conference Dec 6-8 2013 Yale University >>
* Trillions flock to SF TechShop for Future Salon Tuesday 9th April 6pm >>

* Traffic pollution may cause 14% of childhood asthma: study >>
* Does smartphone processsing speed really matter? >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 March 2013 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 March 2013

* GTC 2013: Face Works >>
* Glass patent, thinks about controlling your garage door and fridge >>
* Play Any Website Like A Marble Madness Maze >>

* Why 3-D Printing Won’t Turn Your Home Into a Factory >>
* Eric Schmidt says Google Now for iOS hinges upon Apple >>
* Next Windows Phone Update Could Get Big Improvements To Speech Input >>

* Senate Hearing: Drones Are “Basically Flying Smartphones” >>
* How the Brain Remembers Your Sister’s Cousin’s Boyfriend >>
* This Tiny Car Drives Itself >>

* The Science of Hair Loss and Balding by the AsapSCIENCE guys…. >>
* Computers Aren’t Smart Enough for Darpa, So It Wants Them to Learn >>
* The demise of Google Reader: Stability as a service >>

* BMW Forecasts Cars Will Be Highly Automated by 2020, Driverless by 2025. >>
* The Universe Is 80 Million Years Older Than We Thought >>
* Amazingly realistic digital screen characters are finally here >>

* Doomsday Recalculation Gives Humanity Greater Chance of Long-Term Survival >>
* Flash memory combines graphene and molybdenite >>
* Full-brain waves challenge area-specific view of brain activity >>

* A Film by Artificial Intelligence Program Cleverbot: Do You Love Me? >>
* From Ray Kurzweil to Kanye West, everyone’s a futurist now >>
* Nanoparticles Show Which Way the Stem Cells Went >>

* Digital Avatars Crossing The Uncanny Valley >>
* Nvidia Finally Gets Faces Right – Until They Open Their Mouths >>
* Genetic Origami: DNA Bent Into Strange Shapes >>

* YouTube tops 1 billion monthly users >>
* Visualized: Microsoft’s homegrown 120-inch 4K television >>
* 5 Job Skills To Get You (And Keep You) Employed >>

* Intel maps out a minute of the Internet >>
* Portable Speaker Uses Surfaces to Transmit Huge Sound >>
* Google’s Schmidt: Chrome And Android To Remain Separate For Very Long Time >>

* IBM turns metal oxides into non-volatile chips through liquid currents >>
* New Map Made of First Trillionth of a Trillionth of a Second After Big Bang >>
* New Map Of Big Bang’s Afterglow Re-Envisions The Universe’s Ingredient List >>

* Latest Star Trek Into Darkness trailer promises an intense battle of wills >>
* One Billion People Use YouTube Every Month, Says YouTube >>
* Will we survive our technology? >>

* More incredible talks from TEDMED >>
* Planck satellite data: What it can tell us about the universe >>
* Universe Older Than Thought, Best Space-Time Map Yet Reveals >>

* The Doctor Is (Logged) In >>
* CMU Snake Robots Can Now Strangle Things on Contact >>
* What The Entire Universe Is Made Of, Thanks to Planck! >>

* Smartphones Are Killing Impulse Purchases At Checkout >>
* Architecture Fans Say These Are The Coolest Buildings In The World >>
* Five Things We Didn’t Know About The Universe Before This New Map >>

* The incurable attraction of physics >>
* What Will Human Cultures Be Like in 100 Years? >>

* NGC 2736: The Pencil Nebula >>
* Chrome Experiment Turns Your Favorite Website Into Playable Marble Maze >>

* How It Works: The Most Powerful Space Rocket >>
* Blueprint: Engineers Invent A Healthier Toilet >>
* Making your own phone is easier than you might think >>

* HP invents glasses-free 3D >>
* NASA chief: Earth is DOOMED if we spot a big asteroid at short notice >>
* Elon Musk at TED Video >>

* Stewart Brand: The dawn of de-extinction >>
* Long Now Seminar – Nicholas Negroponte presents “Beyond Digital” >>
* Holy Wow This Incredible Gel Stops Bleeding Instantly >>

* Single Drug May Combat Several Deadly Viruses >>
* Video: Robots on the Beach >>
* How the Brain Remembers Your Sister’s Cousin’s Boyfriend >>

* Robot-delivered speech and physical therapy a success >>
* Matrix Learning >>
* Microsoft execs’ Xbox Live accounts hacked, investigation still underway >>

* The Coming Space Age >>
* Dragon Tyrant Video Explains in a Fable the Mistake in How People Think About Aging >>
* What the Next Google Play Redesign Is Probably Going to Look Like >>

* What I learned at TEDxDeExtinction >>
* America’s Best Current Defense Against Asteroids Is…Prayer? >>
* The Terrifying Future is 3D Printed Weapons >>

* Autodesk Ventures Into Nanotech >>
* Robot-delivered speech and physical therapy a success >>
* Next Month, Mars Solar Conjunction Means Vacation For NASA Teams >>

* NCAA March Madness Explained With Star Wars Analogy [Video] >>
* Apple Patent Aims To Prevent Device Destroying Drops >>
* Nanotechnology, K. Eric Drexler and me >>

* 6 Ways Zotero Can Make You a Better Student >>
* Ep 192: An Example of How Psychoanalysts Really Interpret Dreams >>
* The Future of Nuclear Power: Getting Rid of Nuclear Waste >>

* A Lizard Robot to Delight You and/or Haunt Your Dreams >>
* When Animals Learn to Control Robots, You Know We’re in Trouble >>
* X-ray laser explores how to write data with light >>

* The future of exploration starts with 3-D printing >>
* Computer models show how deep carbon could return to Earth’s surface >>
* The laser-powered virtual bike lane that could save the lives of cyclists at night >>

* Universe ages 80M years; Big Bang gets clearer >>
* Wired Space Photo of the Day: Asteroid Billiards >>
* Higher autism risk with older grandpas >>

* Metamaterials let researchers observe giant photonic spin Hall effect >>
* Google Glass and the Future of Head-Mounted Displays >>
* From smartphone to server room: Nvidia’s “Kayla” shows the future of Tegra >>

* This off-road robot could help revolutionize the exploration of other planets >>
* IBM materials breakthrough could lead to human brain-like chips >>
* Apple’s Jony Working Closer With iOS Interface Team, Is Pushing For ‘Flat’ Design >>

* Why Google Is Poised to Outperform >>
* Down and out in the Uncanny Valley with Ellen Page and Willem Dafoe >>
* Obsessed with the Now: Douglas Rushkoff and the threat of ‘Present Shock’ >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 March 2013 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 March 2013

* Under the skin, a tiny blood-testing laboratory >>
* New 3-D Display Could Let Phones and Tablets Produce Holograms >>
* Why Android home automation could top Google Glass >>

* NASA’s Laser Satellite Could Deliver Fiber Optic Speeds from Lunar Orbit >>
* Google Keep—Save what’s on your mind >>
* Create Kinect 3D Avatars Using Your Body >>

* Exclusive Interview: Ray Kurzweil Discusses His First Two Months At Google >>
* Brain mapping reveals neurological basis of decision-making in rats >>
* Wireless sensor diagnoses “stressed” machines remotely >>

* Jawbone UP Fitness Bracelet Now Works With Android >>
* Bluetooth Earbuds Aim to Eliminate Tangled Cords Forever >>
* 11 of the Weirdest Solutions to the Fermi Paradox >>

* Ocean-faring Robot Cashes in on Offshore Oil and Gas >>
* Robot maids and not a mobile in sight – what the experts predicted for 2013 >>
* Topic: Building Shell Worlds: The Future And You–March 20, 2013 . >>

* Say Goodbye To Needles and Get a Bluetooth Microchip That Bathes in Your Blood >>
* Don’t fear babies made with genes from three parents >>
* A 3D-printed Moon base baked from lunar dust >>

* New system would let you take a drug by just pressing your skin >>
* Can control theory make software better? >>
* DARPA seeks more robust military wireless networks >>

* ‘Brain waves’ challenge area-specific view of brain activity >>
* Meet the New Boss: Your Customer >>

* Ladies and Gentlemen, We Have Left the Solar System >>
* Wireless power, wireless data, no mice and no keyboards >>
* Tiny, portable personal blood testing laboratory that sends data through mobile phone >>

* Apollo-Era Rocket Engines Pulled From The Bottom Of The Atlantic Ocean >>
* WebMD, Qualcomm Build Consumer Cloud for Mobile Health Data >>
* How Larry Page and the Knowledge Graph helped Ray Kurzweil decide to join Google >>

* Driving on coffee ‘cuts crash risk’ >>
* X-ray laser explores how to write data with light >>
* The medical lab under the skin that can automatically phone the doctor if you fall ill >>

* Best-Preserved Human Ancestor Didn’t Have Bone Disorder >>
* NRL Nike Laser focuses on nuclear fusion >>
* ‘Chemical gardens’ could hold the key to understanding the origins of life on Earth >>

* Jeff Bezos Recovers Apollo Rocket Engines From Deep Ocean >>
* Scientists claim new glasses-free 3D for cellphone (w/ video) >>
* Google+ Hangouts Capture tool lets you snap screenshots with a click >>

* Wireless ‘under the skin’ prototype implant beams instant blood test read-outs to your smartphone >>
* Health Tracking Gets More Up-Close And Personal With Tiny Blood Monitor Implant >>
* Samsung’s Smart, Social TVs Coming This Month >>

* Crowdfunding’s Future: Local Online Ecosystems >>
* Google V_bACKes General Partner Karim Faris on Building a New Type of Venture Fund >>
* The Rise Of The Instant Metropolis >>

* It’s Alive! This 3-D Printed House Builds More Houses >>
* Scientists Say Voyager 1 Has Left the Solar System, But Has It Really? >>
* What Are Personality Disorders? >>

* M42: Inside the Orion Nebula >>
* 3D display could bring ‘Princess Leia’ hologram to life >>
* Cern Explains Why the LHC Has To Go Bye-Bye For the Next Two Years >>

* The Super Protein That Can Cut DNA and Revolutionize Genetic Engineering >>
* Here’s a Drone Flying Between Two Tesla Coils >>
* FYI: Which Came First, The Chicken Or The Egg? >>

* Smartphone Screens Will be Made out of Sapphire >>
* A Quantum Internet at the Speed of Light? >>
* Superheated Water Etches Diamond >>

* The body: Your curious behaviours and what they reveal >>
* Scientists Take Leap Toward Resurrecting Extinct Frog >>
* A Quantum Leap for Basketball ‘Bracketology’ >>

* Colin Blakemore: Neuro-Everything, the Secrets of the Human Brain >>
* Samsung Readies Tizen, New Mobile Competitor to Android and iOS >>
* Q&A: What the Brain Reveals About the Self — And Self Control >>

* Warming will lead to more Katrina-like storms >>
* Researchers publish improved Neanderthal genome >>
* Try ‘Sloppy Typing’ on This Reimagined QWERTY Keyboard >>

* Mobile hardware is going to disappear >>
* App Turns AR Drone Into Virtual Spacecraft | Video >>
* The Television Will Not Be Revolutionized >>

* Google Continues To Expand Its Google+ Platform Team >>
* Starship Congress 2013 >>
* Robot Futures >>

* Genomic data is growing, but what does it tell us? >>
* Disrupted brain chatter produces schizophrenia-like symptoms in mice >>
* Neanderthal Genome III: Entire Neanderthal Genome Decoded >>

* Google Keep note taking service officially launches on web and Android (video) >>
* SynCardia 50cc Total Artificial Heart Wins FDA HUD Designations >>
* Tiny Wireless Under-Skin Implant for Continuous Blood Analysis >>

* Lower Your IQ Permanently With the ‘MinusIQ’ Pill >>
* Cracking Your Genetic Code >>
* VIDEO: How do you measure happiness? >>

* Airbus Created This Bizarre Plane To Fly Jumbo Jet Parts Around The World >>
* A Private Jet Maker Is Thriving By Making Old Planes New Again >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 March 2013 >>

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