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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 June 2013

* World’s First GM Babies Born >>
* Wi-Vi Cheap Handheld Device Lets You See Through Walls (video) Now >> >>

* Scientists use plastic wrap to make a wall “sonically invisible” >>
* Scientists Built a Mini Laser Gun That Generates Anti-Matter >>
^ Planet of the apes: Monkey robots may soon be sent to explore the MOON >>

* Low-voltage ‘troll’ zaps salt out of seawater >>
* ‘Three-parent IVF’ Could First Arrive In The UK >>
* David Hanson, Dmitry Itskov, Phillip K. Dick on Charlie Rose show >>

* First robot fish with autonomous 3D movement >>
* Microscopy technique could help develop 3D chips >>
* Virus brain-mapping technique uncovers circuits involved in Parkinson’s disease and Huntington’s disease >>

* Encryption Has Foiled Wiretaps for First Time Ever, Feds Say >>
* From DARPA, A Virtual Tool To Revolutionize Robotics >>
* Video Friday: Japan’s Space Humanoid, Robot Golfer, and Most Destructive Bot Ever >>

* GPS-Controlled Headlights Turn Before You Do >>
* Rodney Brooks: Why we will rely on robots >>
* Google And Apple May Bring Us A Console War We Didn’t See Coming >>

^ Researcher Dreams Up Machines That Learn Without Humans >>
^ New phase of matter found: ‘Nuclear pasta’ in neutron stars >>
^ Should we eliminate psychopaths from the gene pool? >>

^ How NASA might build its very first warp drive >>
^ Scientists discover previously unknown requirement for brain development >>
^ Meet the new class of landlords profiting from Generation Rent >>

^ Would it be evil to build a functional brain inside a computer? >>
^ Hyperconnectivity found in brains of children with autism, study says >>
^ Three-person IVF: UK government backs mitochondrial transfer >>

* An ultrasensitive molybdenum-based image sensor >>
* Limits to Growth 30 year update claimed the world is in overshoot of carrying capacity – we are not in overshoot >>
* Windows aims to open up 3D printing to the masses >>

* Pentagon’s Rules Of Engagement For Cyberspace Get First Update In 7 Years >>
* How Fruit Flies Know Not To Get It On With The Wrong Species >>
* Exploding Bullets Frozen In Plexiglass Are Terrifyingly Beautiful >>

* Sky Fighter: Meet the Man Who Wants to Drone-Proof Your Home >>
* Netflix Max: A New Recommendation Engine That Talks Back >>
* AI risk scenario: Insect-sized drones >>

* AT&T Gets Patent to Monitor and Track File-Sharing Traffic >>
* The Gaming Industry Needs To Take The Google Console Seriously >>
* Habitable Zone >>

* Will 3D Printing Spell Death For Craft… Or Breathe New Life? >>
* ‘Corkscrew’ Light Could Turbocharge Internet >>
* USC finds that D-Wave’s quantum computer is real, maybe >>

* US military will spend $23 billion on cyber defense, create its own secure 4G network >>
* Google Trekker Gets You Off-Limits Access To Exotic Locations Like The Island From Bond’s Skyfall >>
* UK Government Backs Three-Person IVF >>

* Week In Numbers: Most Expensive Experiment Ever, 700,000-Year-Old DNA, More >>
* New Insights Emerge About Voyager 1’s Epic Journey to the Edge >>
* A neutron star suddenly slows its spin >>

* ‘Twisted’ light could give bandwidth an upgrade >>
* 700,000-Year-Old Horse Genome Pushes Limits of DNA Survival >>
* Social Signage: Digital Street Sign Gives Dynamic Directions >>

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Futureseek DailyLink Review; 28 June 2013

* Could Superman Punch Someone Into Space? >>
* How To Intelligently Build An Internet Of Things (IoT) >>
* A Data Repository For Artificial Body Parts >>

* Meet Handibot, the First CNC MIll You Can Take With You >>
* New fiber: 1.6 terabits per second New fiber optic technology >>
* Startup Will Launch Constellation of Tiny Monitoring Satellites >>

* Microsoft Sees Its Next Big Thing In The Internet Of Things >>
* Siri’s creators demonstrate predictive assistant for office workers >>
* Bloodhound robot navigates by its sense of smell >>

* Extreme-ultraviolet microscope goes online at Berkeley Lab >>
* The ‘Internet of cars’ is approaching a crossroads >>
* Neurala to turn robots into ‘adaptive, learning beings’ >>

* Mouse cloned from drop of blood >>
* New laser remotely detects what substances are made of >>
* Kinect tracks bionic rescue roaches >>

* Google developing gaming console, smartwatch, and more in major Android expansion >>
* Body-heat powered flashlight takes teen to Google Science Fair >>
* What is Jelly? Twitter co-founder’s mysterious new startup >>

* Can Wi-Fi let you see people through walls? >>
* The electrified brain: the power and promise of neural implants >>
* World’s Largest Artificial Neural Network >>

* Three Days left Planetary Resources Kickstarter Public Space Telescope >>
* Inflatable arm will soften up anti-bomb robot >>
* Electric Avenue: When the people have the power >>

* Babies Recognize Each Other’s Moods, Study Says >>
* Dad Sequences Daughter’s Genome To Pinpoint Her Rare Syndrome >>
* Inside The Most Expensive Science Experiment Ever >>

* This New Contact Lens Basically Turns Your Eye Into a Telescope >>
* These Pacemakers Adjust To Your Breathing So You Can Stay Active >>
* How a Fridge Full of Beer That Only Unlocks for Canadians Gets Made >>

* The DNA Data Deluge >>
* 30 under 30: Innovating Beyond Molecules in Nanotech and Cancer Medicine >>
* Xerox PARC Tackles Online Dating’s Biggest Conundrum >>

* Meet 15 Finalists 2013 Google Science Fair >>
* How Amateur Astronomers Can Help LADEE >>
* We’ve Found 10,000 Near-Earth Objects. How To Step Up The Search? >>

* How does spacetime get bent? >>
* The four-hundred-year mystery of the Ashen Light of Venus >>
* A Smarter Smoke Detector That Tracks The Horrible Air You’re Breathing >>

* How to move a 17-ton particle physics experiment 3,200 miles >>
* Rise Of The Telepresence Robots >>
* Ford Admits Auto Industry Slow To Innovate, Praises Silicon Valley (Video) >>

* Why Building A Distributed Data Supply Chain Is More Important Than Big Data >>
* Automated Plate Readers Let Police Collect Millions of Records On Drivers >>
* Meet PRISM’s English Little Brother: Socmint >>

* NASA’s NEXT Ion Thruster Runs Five and a Half Years Nonstop To Set New Record >>
* Handibot Smart Tool hits Kickstarter, cuts in 3D with mobile controls (video) >>
* Apparently, Someday We’ll Feel ‘Lonely’ Without Google Glass >>

* How I Created a Four-Story-Tall Print of One of My Photographs >>
* Heat Wave May Threaten World’s Hottest Temp. Record >>
* Magnetically Controlled Microrobots for Minimally Invasive Eye Surgeries >>

* Unbelievably Detailed Maps Track AIDS In The U.S. >>
* Startup Plans Constellation of Tiny Monitoring Satellites >>
* New To The Cloud: Your House Keys >>

* Tim O’Reilly: The World’s 7 Most Powerful Data Scientists >>
* New Leisure Suit Larry Is One Giant Kickstarter Reward >>

* Digital Grotesque, a 3D-Printed Room >>
* Google To Provide Hikers with Trekker Street View Backpacks >>
* No more soggy maps! First WEARABLE map helps hikers navigate in all weathers >>

* Asteroids Galore! 10,000th Near-Earth Object Discovered >>
* NIST to create center for advanced materials research >>
* 3D printer can make doll-sized twin in 24 hours… even down to freckles >>

* New Device Slices Through Cancer Tissue to Prevent Repeat Lumpectomies (VIDEO) >>
* Telescopic Contact Lens System for AMD Allows Switching Between Normal, Zoom Modes >>
* Men can be ‘wives’ and women ‘husbands’ as Government overrules the dictionary >>

* Wars of the future will be short, sharp and bloody, says Army chief >>
* These Charts Prove That College Is More Important Than Ever >>
* Why Machines That Can Do Human Things Won’t Replace Us Anytime Soon >>

* Smart light bulbs shine >>
* Intel: Intelligent Everything; >>
* Crowding into Biotech’s Densest Supercluster >>

* Origins of human throwing unlocked >>
* Researcher Dreams Up Machines That Learn Without Humans >>
* Innovation Isn’t Dead (It’s Just Different) >>

* Proposed ‘deflector shield’ could protect astronauts from radiation >>
* Artificial Vital Organs and Medical Bionics Market USD 32.3 Billion Globally in 2018 >>
* The Integration of Stem Cell Medicine >>

* UK pledges fresh support for revolutionary space engine >>
* Ten percent of brain myth >>

* Type 1 diabetes vaccine hailed as ‘significant step’ >>
* Japanese Robots: Yaskawa Motoman Opens Shop in China >>

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Futureseek DailyLink Review; 27 June 2013

* Ambulances Highjack Car Radios To Let Drivers Know They’re Coming >>
* A Pint-Sized Dialysis Machine Gets Its First Taste of Human Blood >>
* Robot-Astronaut that can Communicate with Humans Readies for Space >>

* Windows 8.1 Is Getting Native 3D Printer Support >>
* NASA: 1,000 Near-Earth Objects Larger than One Kilometer Sighted >>

* Device gets breast tumor first time around >>
* No More Chemo: The Revolution in Cancer Treatment >>

* Store Your Housekey In the Cloud And Cut Copies On Demand >>
* Coming Soon: Free Streaming Video Of Our Planet, From Space >>
* Scientists Decode DNA Of 700,000-Year-Old Horse >>

* Genetic medicine hints at bloodletting for astronauts >>
* Folding Bikes >>
* A quantum computing solution for unstructured search >>

* Genome sequencing for $1000 this year and $100 in 2016 >>
* Generating mind-controlled patterns in a fishbowl >>
* Intel Labs developing ‘talking’ tail lights for safer roads, we go eyes-on (video) >>

* Intel’s Futurist: Inside Tech’s Crystal Ball >>
* How MakerBot’s acquisition could bring next-gen 3D printing to the rest of us >>
* 3D Printed Fashion Show in Malaysia >>

* University Of Nevada Students Could Soon Earn Degrees In Drone Studies >>
* Defence earmarks $600m for cyber army >>

* DARPA’s Warrior Web exosuit gets a closeup on video >>
* Microsoft demos Lego Mindstorms EV3 platform using Surface-controlled robot >>
* Windows 8.1 in-depth hands-on: features, apps, impressions and screenshots (video) >>

* Worried about accidentally 3D printing a gun? New software will prevent it >>
* Windows 8.1 Cranks Up Support for 3D Printing >>
* Recon Jet HUD now available for pre-order in $499 Pilot Edition >>

* Google Reader, I Don’t Know How to Quit You >>
* Google Earth update brings Street View and streamlined interface to iOS >>
* Microsoft confirms Internet Explorer 11 is coming to Windows 7 >>

* Sharp Unveils World’s First THX-Certified Ultra HDTV >>
* Japanese robots Kirobo and Mirata set for launch, literally >>
* Video: Take A Surreal 1,000 MPH Train Ride Through Tokyo >>

* Why “Networked Matter” Is One Futurist Concept You Need to Know >>
* Today’s Phones and Tablets Will Die Out Like the PC >>
* Astrophoto: Curtain of Crepuscular Rays at Dawn >>

* Software Recognition Technology is Amazing, but Not Amazing Enough >>
* What Else Can We Do With Autonomous Military Vehicles? >>
* Self-Assembling DNA Used as 1st Step to Artificial Photosynthesis >>

* Why Drone Engineering Sucks (And How It Gets Better) >>
* Westinghouse’s 84-Inch 4k Touchscreen Makes Windows 8 Feel Epic >>
* Playing First-Person Pac-Man In Your Browser Is Great But Terrifying >>

* This Solar Satellite Will Shed Light on the Inner Workings of the Sun >>
* The Sonic Secrets That Bring Pixar’s Latest Movie To Life >>
* Driving Volkswagen’s 261 MPG Car Is Like Driving The Future >>

* Video: Rice Puffs Explode From A Giant Cannon >>
* So You Wanna Go To Space. Can You Put Up With The Superpower Bacteria? >>
* University Of Nevada Students Could Soon Earn Degrees In Drone Studies >>

* Scientists Regrow Severed Spinal Cords In Rats >>
* Men: Wearing A T-Shirt With The Letter T On It Makes You More Attractive >>
* F.T.C. Tells Search Engines to Label Advertising as Such >>

* Intel Labs measures cognitive workload of distracted drivers, we go eyes-on (video) >>
* Poppy turns iPhone into View-Master-like 3D display and camera (video) >>
* Introducing Lifemap! >>

* Quantum engines must break down >>
* Transhumanism debunked: Why drinking the Kurzweil Kool-Aid will only make you dead. >>
* James Martin’s The Meaning Of The 21st Century >>

* SoapBox: A Platform to Power the Industial Internet >>
* Power of Nanotechnology Video Blow Your Mind >>
* Announcing Microsoft Ventures for startups to build, innovate and grow >>

* NASA Will Join Japan And Italy On Mission To Mercury >>
* This 4 Minute Video of GoPro Footage Prove Humans Are So Awesome >>
* A project to build a robot with the intelligence of a three year-old >>

* Now Police Are Shooting Down Drones >>
* Surge in ‘digital dementia’ >>
* Generation X Has The Longest Road Back From The Recession >>

* How To Treat Your Employees—Or Anyone Else, For That Matter >>
* What This Data Company Knows About You From Tracking Sensors >>
* The Way 18-29 Years Olds Use Their Phones Is Totally Different Than The Rest Of Us >>

* Levitating Magician Mystery Solved [Video] >>
* ‘World’s fastest’ 4G data launched >>
* Tiny nanocubes help scientists tell left from right >>

* You Can Control Your iPhone with Your Head in iOS 7 >>
* The Ageless Generation >>
* Laser-guided codes advance single pixel terahertz imaging >>

* Why ‘Crazy Ants’ Swarm Inside Electronics >>
* Oldest Sequenced Genome Sheds Light on Horse Evolution >>
* Research team creates highly portable x-ray imaging system >>

* When cloning mice, a little drop of blood’ll do ya >>
* End of a Dark Era? NIH to Retire Most Research Chimps >>
* What Do You Think Of Google’s Project Loon? >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 June 2013

* Brainwaves Reveal Your Past and Might Predict Your Future >>
* Intel’s working on DIY programmable home automation, we go eyes-on with its proof-of-concept (video) >>
* The Cure For Cancer Could Be Found In Space >>

* World’s first LTE-Advanced network brings 100Mbps downloads >>
* Robotic ape uses complex feet to move on all fours >>

* Stealth barcodes track individual items during the manufacturing process >>
* 6 Awesome Aircraft From The 2013 Paris Air Show >>
* Intel demos real-time code compression for die shrinkage, power saving >>

* NASA launches new telescope to solve sun heat mystery >>
* Ultimate chill: The epic race to reach absolute zero >>
* Mathematicians think like machines for perfect proofs >>

* How To Hack A Cockroach So You Can Control It With Kinect >>
* The Science Of Hamster Balls: New Rolling Robot Could Help Farmers >>
* Searching For A Material To Make Solar Pants >>

* NASA Set To Launch New Solar Satellite IRIS >>
* This Guy Has an Invisible Headphone Implanted In His Ear >>
* This Photo Makes Me Want to Go to Mars Right Now >>

* Take a Ride on the Roller Coaster With the World’s Tallest Loop >>
* Google Shares Details of Futuristic New Office Park at NASA >>
* Nanomaterials Go Beyond Post-Silicon to Post-Semiconductor >>

* Genes involved in birth defects may also lead to mental illness >>
* 30 under 30: Battling Disease with Nanoparticles >>
* Breastfeeding boosts ability to climb social ladder >>

* So You Wanna Go To Space. Can You Put Up With The Superpower Bacteria? >>
* Gliese 667C: Three Habitable Zone Planets >>
* What’s the worst thing that could happen when objects start talking? >>

* Why This Couple Is Living For Three Months On Bitcoin Alone >>
* These satellite images could be used to predict the next drought >>
* Controlling Devices With Gestures: MYO Raises $14 Million >>

* Bits Blog: Betaworks Unveils Its Highly Anticipated Digg RSS Reader >>
* The NSA?s Slideshow Explaining Its PRISM Surveillance Program >>
* Samsung Galaxy S4 with LTE-Advanced leaks out in red and blue >>

* Firefox updated to support 3D games, video calls and more >>
* Google Reader Is Shutting Down; Here Are the Best Alternatives >>
* A Real-Life Iron Man Suit That Could Be as Comfortable as Pajamas >>
* All the president’s hitmen: tracking Washington’s secret army >>

* Holy Crap It’s Good This Airplane Wasn’t Flying When Its Engine Exploded >>
* The Myth of the Cool Office >>

* How to Dominate the Future of Technology >>
* Cisco Sees $14.4 Trillion Opportunity In Internet Of Everything >>
* Network transparency: How future mobile networks could be built in glass windows >>

* Media Futurists Robert Tercek and Gerd Leonhard talk about the Future of Media, TV, Film, Music >>
* Robo-boss: there’s no escape from your manager >>
* Inspired to create your own future fiction? Enter our #FanFutures contest >>

* Researchers explore ‘inner space’ to predict our water future >>
* Robotic limbs moved by the mind >>
* Scanning Microwave Microscopy Mode >>

* New theory of emotions >>
* Cyborg Roaches Drive on Autopilot | Video >>
* Wired Space Photo of the Day: Near the Habitable Exoplanets >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 June 2013

* Talking cars accelerate to launch >>
* Smartphone app that could replace your credit card: Banks claim new service will protect consumers from fraud >>

* Evidence that our universe may have collided with another universe >>
* Lensless Camera Takes Multiple-View Pictures >>
* Sharp combines gestures, proximity, and illuminance detection on a single sensor >>

* Robots And Smart Homes For The Silver Economy >>
* Microscopic carbon probe can measure the activity of a single neuron >>
* Experience stunning new heights with Street View in Dubai >>

* Helping RNA escape from cells’ recycling process could make it easier to shut off disease-causing genes >>
* New algorithm finds best routes for one-way car sharing >>
* Best of Web 5 – HD – Zapatou >>

* The Bank Where Doctors Can Stash Your Genome >>
* Basic income versus the robots >>
* Healthy heart a smartphone away >>

* These Gaze-Sensitive Garments Move When They’re Looked At >>
* Real-Life ‘Star Trek’ Tricorder Project Raises $1 Million >>
* Plants ‘do maths’ to control overnight food supplies >>

* Volvo Is Developing Self-Parking Cars >>
* Research Offers Promise of Devices That Can Detect Disease With a Drop of Blood >>
* Google Cloud Playground lets you dip your toes in the Cloud Platform waters >>

* If The Government Can Access Our Facebook Data, What Happens When We Have Computers On Our Faces? >>
* New iOS App Lets You Record What You Heard Five Minutes Ago >>
* A battery made of wood: long-lasting, efficient, environmentally friendly >>

* Europe Tests Re-Entry Tech for Reusable Spaceship >>
* CubeSats Spurring Satellite Revolution >>
* Podcast: Planetary Motions in the Sky >>

* Plants Are Better At Math Than You Are >>
* AOL Reader Launches as Google Reader Checks Out >>
* Like Google Voice But Live Outside The US? Then Try VoxSci’s New iO6/Android App >>

* There Is No Google Reader Replacement, Only Alternatives >>
* Leap Motion Launches Its Motion-Controlled App Store (hands-on) >>
* What Comes After A Data Breach? Reduce Legal Risk >>

* Tiny Genomes May Offer Clues to First Plants and Animals >>
* What Does Cancer Smell Like? New Devices Diagnose Patients By Scent >>
* Today’s Best Science Fiction Writers Imagine The Future >>

* There’ll Be Nowhere to Hide When These Robot Apes Take to the Trees >>
* Future Stunt Pilots Could Train in These All-Electric Planes >>
* Where In The World Is Edward Snowden? >>

* 10 Google Reader Alternatives That Will Ease Your RSS Pain >>
* Facebook Graph Search Let Dev Scrape Thousands of Public Phone Numbers >>
* Sugar Syrup Makes Internal Organs Transparent >>

* Computer models shed new light on sickle cell crisis >>
* WATCH LIVE: The Craziest Tightrope Stunt Ever >>
* The Boy Who Sees Without Eyes >>
* Sexual selection: ignore the blonde? >>

* Enhancing RNA interference >>
* Reading DNA, backward and forward >>
* Taking X-Rays Of Women In Corsets Was A Haunting Use Of New Technology >>

* Big Data Is A Big Deal >>
* Interconnected Big Data World: API Services Marketplaces >>
* The Aging of Our Nuclear Power Plants Is Not So Graceful >>

* Teaching People To Be Nice >>
* Facebook Has Been Working On A Mobile News Reader For Over A Year >>

* Big Data In Action – Let’s Get Started >>
* It’s all in the genes—including the tracking device >>
* Researchers release massive database of molecules that might be useful in organic solar cells >>

* Outsmarting Heisenberg >>
* One-way DNA >>

* Research shows that sharks are quite clever >>
* Reinvent Climate Management (the movie) >>
* Augmented Reality: new graphene light sensor is better by orders of magnitude >>

* VIDEO: ‘Fastest’ rollercoaster opens in US >>
* Unplugged: Who’s got your personal data? >>
* Bookmark the permalink. Of Art, Algorithms and Humanity >>

* Search for ETs: discovery could happen in 1-3 decades, experts say >>
* Future of Satellite Surveillance >>
* indiegogo campaign A Game to Cure All Diseases? >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 June 2013

* Volvo demos smartphone-enabled self-parking car prototype (vid) >>
* Microsoft Prepares Air-Gesturing Detection for Smart Devices >>
* Your Brain Sees Even When You Don’t >>

* Huawei Ascend P6 solves 4 x 4 Rubik’s Cube in 50 moves (vid) >>
* How many African countries want Google Loon – the balloon internet system >>
* Buzz Aldrin calls for a Mars colony >>

* Human organs ‘could be grown in animals within a year’ >>
* Technology vs. Free Will? Tuning into the Internal Qualitative Experience of Time >>
* Incredible Flight Discoveries That You Didn’t Know About >>

* Need An Artificially Intelligent Robotic System For Sorting Trash? >>
* Why Spacecraft of the Future Will Be Packed With Microfluidics >>
* Inside The Operating Room With Google Glass >>

* The Book That Can’t Be Read >>
* A New Equation Reveals Our Exact Odds of Finding Alien Life >>
* Feeling Small in the Universe? >>

* Google internally testing “Google Mine” service that indexs all your crap >>
* Here’s the First Ashton-Packed Trailer For JOBS >>
* Why our prehistoric, parasitic ‘jumping’ genes don’t send us into meltdown >>

* Drink A Photo Of Your Face On Top Of Your Latte >>
* What do memories look like? >>
* BigBrain: an ultra-high-resolution 3D roadmap of the human brain >>

* Reversing the loss of brain connections in Alzheimer’s disease >>
* Remembering the world’s first stored program computer >>
* What Tech Is Next for the Solar Industry? >>

* New products: robotic vacuum cleans hard-to-reach spots >>
* Beyond Baryons [Starts With A Bang] >>
* Newly Discovered Star System Is Third Closest To The Sun >>

* Mobile OSs Are Feature Complete >>
* Rosphere: A spherical robot perfect for exploration missions >>
* Robo Raven is a robotic drone that flies like a real bird >>

* Sarah Murnaghan: 10-Year-Old Lung Transplant Pioneer Awakes From Coma >>
* With WikiLeaks’ Help, NSA Leaker Snowden Seeks Asylum In Ecuador Via Moscow >>
* Tiny Robots Act Like Bugs >>

* Would you want your Bluetooth in your glove instead of your ear? >>
* Counter-Intelligence >>
* Tiny CubeSat Satellites Spur Revolution In Space >>

* Augmented Reality: An Emerging Technologies Guide to AR >>
* Israel Unveils David’s Sling Missile System >>
* Air Travel by Train >>

* We’ll be uploading our entire minds to computers by 2045 and our bodies >>
* What Piece of Technology Would You Put Inside a 100-Year Time Capsule? >>
* How We Read Online: Is RSS Due For A Revival? >>

* Musk Sells Crowd On the Future of Electric Vehicles With Battery Swapping >>
* How a Slanted Skyscraper Will Share Sunshine With the High Line >>
* Researchers Have Found a Way To Cram 1,000 Terabytes Onto a Single DVD >>

* What is a Drone Corporation? >>
* Emergence of the Human ‘SuperBrain’ 75,000 Years Ago –“The Neurologic Internet'” >>
* Graphene Comes to the Rescue of Molecular Electronics >>

* Potentially life-saving cooling treatment rarely used for in-hospital cardiac arrests >>
* A Space-Inspired Floating Playground That Puts Visitors Into Orbit >>
* Why We Need “Decimated Reality” Aggregators >>

* A New Equation Reveals Our Exact Odds of Finding Alien Life >>
* Vodafone trials femtocell 3G coverage in Shetlands village >>
* YouTube To Live Stream Wimbledon Matches For The First Time >>

* Nissan shows off 185 mph ZEOD RC electric prototype, plans to race it at Le Mans >>
* Why Don’t Big Companies Innovate More? >>
* As Big Data Explodes, Are You Ready For Yottabytes? >>

* Cyber Security in the Internet of Things >>
* How the Large Hadron Collider Will Bring the Internet to Everything >>
* Messier 61 looks straight into Hubble’s camera >>

* Why our parasitic genes aren’t deadly >>
* Scientists peek at memories being made >>
* How to actually make a Star Wars Landspeeder or a Back to the future hoverboard. >>

* Five ingredients for innovation >>
* Mind Over Matter: Tech Won’t Replace Brainpower >>
* Plants ‘seen doing quantum physics’ >>

* Week In Numbers: Billion-Pixel Panorama Of Mars, The First Four-Quark Particle >>
* Hope You Trust 3D Printers – Boeing Uses Them To ‘Print’ Parts For Its Planes >>

* Realtime Photorealistic Human Skin rendering >>
* Ray Kurzweil – The Future of Legal Technology >>
* Stem-Cells – The Most Exciting New Breakthrough in Anti-Aging >>

* The Future of Intelligence >>
* My Brain, Life, Future >>
* The Link Between Circadian Rhythms and Aging >>

* Clay Shirky: How the Internet will (one day) transform government >>
* Make me a superhero: The pleasures and pitfalls of body enhancement >>
* We Seek Not To Become Machines, But To Keep Up With Them >>

* This Bacterium Can Do Division, Compute Logarithms And Take Square Roots >>
* Genetic Scientists Eliminate Schizophrenia Symptoms in Mice >>
* Medicine’s future? There’s an app for that – Daniel Kraft >>

* NASA Discovers Hidden Portals in Earth’s Upper Atmosphere >>
* Google Glass Could Shatter the Competition >>
* Uncovering past using future: how lasers are revolutionizing archaeology >>

* Is Digg’s very beta RSS reader enough to woo Google Reader users? >>
* Throwing shade: how Pixar changed way light works for Monsters University >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 June 2013

* World’s First 3-D Printed Battery Is The Size Of A Grain Of Sand >>
* Robots Hallucinate Humans to Aid in Object Recognition >>
* Learn to shake your new tail as a virtual animal >>

* Single-atom light switch could probe quantum frontier >>
* A Monocle That Summons Airstrikes With The Push Of A Button >>
* The Future Of Cell Reprogramming: Some Experts Weigh In >>

* Better Home Networking: Running a broadband modem and router all day uses a surprising amount of energy >>
* Swiss Rocket Plane May Launch People on Private Science Trips >>
* Overlapping beams will enable 1000 terabyte DVDs >>

* The Brain: Now in Ultra High-Res 3D >>
* This pathetic GIF could be the first message aliens receive from us >>
* Wormhole entanglement solves black hole paradox >>

* VIDEO: Boy hears for first time after implant >>
* What a new jumbo particle reveals about extreme matter >>
* “BigBrain” Project Makes Terabyte Map of a Human Brain >>

* LIDAR reveals ancient city remnants beneath Cambodian jungle >>
* Control Your Phone Using Your Voice with Tasker and AutoVoice >>
* How To Lead A Flat Army >>

* Here’s Why The TV Apps Economy Will Be A $14 Billion Business >>
* The New Digital Battlefield >>
* Looking To The Cloud For Data Security >>

* Samsung Unveils Galaxy NX, an Android-Powered Mirrorless Camera >>
* Samsung announces ATIV Q: a Windows / Android hybrid with a 3,200 x 1,800 display >>
* Samsung intros ATIV Book 9 Plus flagship Ultrabook, ATIV Book 9 Lite >>

* Arkyd Telescope Reaches $1M Goal, But Still Looking For Planet-Hunting Funds >>
* With Russian help, Europe prepares to search for life on Mars >>
* Why 3D-Printed Houses Matter >>

* 3-D Transistors With Different Fin Heights Make Better Memory Cells >>
* Inside Singularity University: Bloomberg Profiles SU On Brink TV Show >>
* Demographers Discover The Fundamental Law Governing the Growth of Cities >>

* Let’s Hope All Bots Are as Gentle as This Tofu Handling Robot >>
* The STEHM Microscope: Finally, Nanoscientists Can See What They’re Doing >>
* Edge-on NGC 3628 >>

* Volvo’s Awesome New Autonomous Self-Parking Car Is Pure Magic >>
* FYI: Could A 3-D Movie Improve Your Vision? >>

* First Gigahertz Graphene Circuit >>
* Dwave 2048 qubit chip in 2014 for running Google image classifier, Lockheed Martin bug free software proving algorithm >>

* Adam Crowl provides his review of the starship conference and talks about vision >>
* John Cramer discusses wormhole travel >>
* AGI researcher Ben Goertzel seeks $300,000 to build an intelligent robot >>

* Carbon nanotube electrode senses individual neuron signals >>
* Diversifying your online world >>
* The link between circadian rhythms and aging >>

* Pinholes And Plastic Wrap Send Sound Through Walls >>
* Tabletop particle accelerator opens new chapter for science >>
* Newly Magnetic Graphene Could Shrink Transistors >>

* Forrester: Google Glass will be the next iPhone (but now it’s just a Newton) >>
* Coming Soon: More Buildings With Auto-Tinting Windows >>

* Robots Ride To The Rescue In DARPA’s Virtual Robotics Challenge >>
* Brain training app brings big data to human cognition >>
* Are Snakes Smart Enough to Open Doors? >>

* Networked cars make traffic safer and more efficient >>
* 5 Crazy Technologies That Are Revolutionizing Biotech >>

* Space Selfies Are Go! Groundbreaking Orbital Camera Gets Funding >>
* The Future of Work in an Automation Economy >>
* Einstein [History Channel] >>

* Cloud’s False Flexibility >>
* A Few Reports From the Global Future 2045 Conference >>
* The Future Of Humanity Is In Space, Not On Earth >>

* ARKYD space telescope reaches its funding goal, new add-ons await (video) >>
* Mind uploading and digital immortality may be reality by 2045, futurists say >>
* Multigigabit per second wireless broadband by 2020 with beam forming 5G technology from multiple antennas >>

* This is what the world will look like in 2045 >>
* The United States Has Forgotten how to make bridge quality steel >>
* Extreme Life Extension through Exposure to Information >>
* Dr. James Martin — A crunch is coming >>

* Skype Had A Secret Program Called ‘Project Chess’ To Help Intelligence Agencies Access Internet Calls >>
* Digg Knew Google Reader Was Doomed Before The News Went Public >>
* New Horizons Spacecraft ‘Stays the Course’ for Pluto System Encounter >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 June 2013

* Artificial pancreas tells your tablet when you need insulin >>
* For the first time, scientists can identify your emotions based on brain activity >>
* New wireless, solar-powered ‘bionic eye’ gives sight to blind rats >>

* Systems That Perceive, Think, and Act >>
* World-class neurosurgeon: “i’m ready to perform first head transplant on a man.” >>

* Sound waves precisely position nanowires >>
* One of the World’s Largest 3D Printing Companies Just Bought MakerBot >>
* ‘Star Wars Episode VII’ Casting Call: Disney Starts Looking To Fill Lead Roles >>

* Immune to Cancer: Naked Mole Rats Reveal Their Secret >>
* University of Tokyo’s fast-tracking camera system could revolutionize sports coverage (video) >>
* A $100 Watch Can Tell If You’ve Had Too Much To Drink >>

* What If The NSA Tracked Your Emotions? >>
* Super-Hydrophobic Spray Makes All Your Stuff Liquid-Proof >>
* Targets Scarce for NASA’s Asteroid-Capture Mission >>

* New tiny battery is a powerhouse for computers, robotics >>
* Commentary: The future of Android looks more like Apple >>

* Now, a TV that can be rolled up >>
* NASA announces asteroid grand challenge >>
* METI: should we be shouting at the cosmos? >>

* 8 Unbelievable Technologies That Replace Super Powers >>
* Lytro Enables Wi-Fi and Launches a GIF Making App For iOS >>
* Retractions Won’t Help If Nobody Reads Them >>

* Dreams on demand: Virtual reality finally delivers >>
* This Jacket Lets You Control Your Body Temperature >>
* 30 Years Ago, the Next Silicon Valley Could Have Been in Vermont >>

* Billion-Pixel View of Mount Sharp –Mars’ Curiosity Rover Destination >>
* Steve Jobs Explains How Every Tech Innovation Will Be Lost to History >>
* USB Power Meter Tells You Which Devices Will Kill Your Laptop’s Battery >>

* It’s Now Super Easy to Jump from Google Reader to the Best Alternative >>
* 3D Printing Graduates from Plastic Chunks to Incredible Micro-Batteries >>
* Milky Way Over Crater Lake with Airglow >>

* Terrafugia Flying Car Delayed Until at Least 2015, But Still Coming >>
* Amazon Jumps into 3D Printing With Online Shop >>
* Rewire: Digital Cosmopolitans in the Age of Connection >>

* Morpheus Aborts, Then Recovers For a Second Go In Tether Test >>
* 3-D Printer Passes Key Step On Road to Space Station >>
* Why Quantum Computing Is Faster For Everything But The Web >>

* U.S. House Wants ‘Sustained Human Presence On the Moon and the Surface of Mars’ >>
* New tech may let current graphics cards drive a $500 holographic display >>
* With Google Reader Nearly Dead, Feedly Launches Its Own Cloud Platform >>

* Bits Blog: A Quantum Computing Problem Solved >>
* MIT Whiz Sets Out to Humanize the Internet of Things >>
* Researchers create micro-battery with 3D printer (video) >>

* Artificial Neural Networks Predict Brain Cancer Prognosis >>
* Bits Blog: General Electric Adds to Its ‘Industrial Internet’ >>
* Mars had oxygen-rich atmosphere 4,000 million years ago >>

* Cheap, color, holographic video >>
* What do memories look like? >>
* Chickens ‘smarter than human toddlers’: Studies suggest animals can master numeracy and basic engineering >>

* How PRISM Sends Your Private Data Overseas >>
* Electric Cars Are Finally in Demand >>
* Leading 3-D printer firms to merge in $403M deal >>

* How to hear the shape of a room >>
* Giant 3D-printed bugs to aid study >>

* Deb Nicholson Talks About the Open Invention Network (Video) >>
* Xbox 180: Microsoft Fully Reverses Xbox One’s DRM Policies >>
* A teenager’s brain, converted into a binary decision tree >>

* By 2100, there could be 11 billion people on the planet >>
* Bacteria Live At 33,000 Feet >>
* Sleep mechanism identified that plays role in emotional memory >>

* How Technology Is Changing The Future Of Capitalism From Competing To Sharing >>
* Huge ‘holograms’ offer medics more memorable classes >>
* Trapped in an Underwater Air Bubble for Three Days >>

* 5 Facts You Probably Don’t Know About the Cosmic Microwave Background >>
* Brain Eating Amoeba Lurking In Florida Waters >>
* Anti-Pervert Stockings In China Are The Craze >>

* ADHD Could Be Due To Sleep Deprivation, Says Doctor >>
* Review: Google Reader’s end hatches better service >>
* Hate Your Friends? Use This App To Avoid Them Forever >>

* Apple And Samsung Considering Liquid-Cooling To Make Slimmer Phones That Won’t Get Warm >>
* There’s A New Bill To Keep Your TV (Or Xbox) From Spying On You >>
* NASA Needs Your Help To Find Earth-Destroying Asteroids >>

* How could we engineer humans to have more empathy? >>
* Researchers pinpoint how smoking causes osteoporosis >>
* Drone technology used for pilotless fighter aircraft >>

* play Conference 2012 fireside chat: >>
* DNA constructs antenna for solar energy >>
* Will ‘big data’ prevent disease? >>

* Why doesn’t Google Glass do THIS? >>
* play Conference 2012 fireside chat >>
* LG to mass-produce flexible displays for smartphones >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 June 2013

* Researchers Can Now “Hear” The Exact Shape Of A Room >>
* A microphone that listens with light: hyper-acute hearing and a sense of direction >>
* The Most Amazing Map You’ll See Today (No Matter What Day It Is) >>

* Finding all asteroid threats: NASA announces asteroid grand challenge >>
* Science Has Built Luke Skywalker’s Robotic Hand, Touch and All >>

* Privacy visor glasses jam facial recognition systems to protect your privacy >>
* App Crowdsources Locations of Every Surveillance Camera >>

* World’s First Supersonic Drone Ready For Its Maiden Flight >>
* Eye-Tracking Software May Reveal Autism and other Brain Disorders >>
* Chemical nanoengineering: Designing drugs controlled by light >>

* Disposable Drones Will Collect Data by Surfing Along with Hurricanes >>
* Learning To Learn Faster: The One Superpower Everyone Needs >>

* How the Hell Does a Quantum Computer Work? >>
* New DNA Fog Covers Crime-Scene Suspects With Evidence >>
* Stanford’s Artificial Neural Network Is The Biggest Ever >>

* Virtual reality display lets fire crews see in a blaze >>
* New Particle Hints at Four-Quark Matter >>
* Adafruit’s Onion Pi Tor Proxy Project Creates A Private, Portable Wi-Fi Access Point >>

* First message sent to Gliese 526, 17.6 light years away >>
* Dynamic target tracking camera system keeps its eye on the ball >>
* Creating Forests to Reduce Tsunami Damage >>

* NASA Names First Astronaut Class for Deep Space Exploration >>
* Study of anesthesia-induced brain-wave patterns could make sure patients don’t wake up during operations >>
* Solar plane to help ground energy use >>
* Music Festivals, Bluetooth Monitoring and the Behavior of Crowds >>

* Which Came First, Life or Earth? >>
* Gaming the System >>
* Adapting to Automation >>

* Deleting Memories >>
* Flying Robots >>
* Half of Nasa’s new astronaut class are women >>

* A chlorophyll-based phototransistor >>
* Optogenetics for treating obsessive-compulsive disorders >>
* Scientists put backpacks on dragonflies to track their brains in flight >>

* Cable companies have multigigabit internet capability but are waiting for competition >>
* Effects of Alzheimer’s disease can be partially reversed in mice >>
* Cancer metastasis explained with chase and run mechanism >>

* Everest’s final frontier: Life without oxygen >>
* New lease of life for hobbled planet-hunter Kepler >>
* Slime mould could make memristors for biocomputers >>

* Designers Make City Noise Actually Sound Good >>
* Now Live: The July 2013 Issue Of Popular Science Magazine >>
* Would It Actually Be Cheaper and Faster To 3D Print Yourself a House? >>

* Crazy New Subatomic Particle That May Rewrite the Rules of Matter >>
* A Private Jet Catalog That Actually Flies: This Is How You Sell Luxury >>
* Four Insane 60s Military Prototypes That Crashed and Burned >>

* High-Tech Cheetah Tracking Reveals the Cat’s Hunting Secret >>
* 06/17/13 PHD comic: ‘The origin of the name’ >>
* Uranus Is Being Chased By Asteroids! >>

* Venus’ Winds Are Mysteriously Speeding Up >>
* Book Review: The Milky Way, An Insider’s Guide >>
* Exoplanet Targets in Nearby Space >>

* This virtual dissection table is incredible [potentially NSFW] >>
* When tornados strike, which way do they travel? >>
* It looks like PayPal is making a move to be the first bank in space >>

* Your Dad’s Next Nurse Might Be a Robot >>
* VW and PepsiCo on succeeding in China, Contagious on the world in five years >>
* Google brings carousel layout to local search results on the desktop >>

* Tour the E3 Show Floor Through Google Glass >>
* International Linear Collider will be a Higgs factory >>
* Adobe’s New Creative Cloud Apps Are Now Available for Rent >>

* Gadgetwise Blog: Zapping Bugs With the Wave of a Racket >>
* NASA picks eight astronaut trainees that may go to asteroids and Mars (video) >>
* AMD details first ARM-based server chip: up to 16 helpings of Cortex-A57 clocked at 2GHz >>

* WALKING ON LAVA – and now scientists have explain it >>
* Using “Holograms” In Medical School Lectures >>
* Rewire: Digital Cosmopolitans in the Age of Connection >>

* Printing tiny batteries >>
* World’s most powerful microscope ready for research >>
* Simple kit turns Raspberry Pi into portable Tor gateway >>

* NASA’s Grand Challenge: Stop Asteroids from Destroying Earth >>
* Elon Musk will keep Spacex Private until the Goal of Human Colonies on Mars are Achieved >>
* First Known Four-Quark Particle Pops Up In Japanese Collider >>

* London’s Triangular “Cheesegrater” Tower Rises In This Gorgeous Video >>
* Nursing Home Tracks Residents’ Every Move >>
* Music Festivals, Bluetooth Monitoring and the Behavior of Crowds >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 June 2013

* Google Brain king slashes cost of AI gear >>
* Echolocation For Your Cell Phone >>
* OECD anticipated technologies for the new few decades >>

* Ford Is Using Robots to Put Cars Through Its Toughest Tests >>
* Wearable Computer-Socks Guaranteed To Be The Smelliest Computers You Own >>
* What Mice Do When You’re Not Looking >>

* This Little Plane Comes With An Awesome Backup Safety System >>
* xkcd: Balloon Internet >>
* DARPA will soon providing Faster, More Precise All-digitally controlled Airstrikes >>

* A robot that runs like a cat >>
* Scientists uncover clues to cancer’s spread >>
* See how a lost city was rediscovered with lasers from the sky >>

* Drug laws are ‘worst case of scientific censorship in modern times’ >>
* DNA-carbon nanotube vapor sensor identifies scent of melanoma >>
* Nature can’t be patented: Supreme Court >>

* Good vibes >>
* Spot-welding a graphene nanoribbon to connect into a circuit >>
* Space vs time: One has to go – but which? >>

* Magnetic Graphene Clouds Can Be Made To Appear And Disappear >>
* Google Launches Balloon-Based Internet In New Zealand >>
* The Difference Between A Geek And A Nerd [Infographic] >>

* The Future of Civil Disobedience Online >>
* Let This Robot Teach You How To Be Less Awkward >>
* Aww: Watch A Robotic Cheetah-Cub Run >>

* China Has the World’s Fastest Supercomputer (And It’s 2x Fast as Ours) >>
* The Massive Facial Recognition Database That’s Hiding in Plain Sight >>
* Green Chemists Synthesise Vanillin From Sawdust >>

* What Carbon Capture Can’t Do >>
* Mice in a ‘Big Brother’ setup develop social structures >>
* Artificial bone: Designing synthetic materials and quickly turning the design into reality with 3-D printing >>

* What The Ruling on Gene Patenting Means >>
* The New Fastest Helicopter on Earth Can Fly at an Insane 300MPH >>
* Two Bit Circus Kickstarts Traveling Carnival of Robots, Fire, and Lasers >>

* Black Hole Bonanza! Dozens (Potentially) Found In Andromeda, Study Probes X-Rays >>
* Curiosity Fires Laser 100X To Create Soil Pit On Mars | Time-Lapse Video >>
* Scientists may have discovered how cancer spreads around the body >>

* Guys, Who Isn’t Excited For A Facebook RSS Reader? >>
* WiFi gesture recognition lets you control objects through walls >>
* This is what it’s like to shake hands with the future >>

* Searching For A Way Forward In The Tech Industry >>
* How ‘Mobile First’ Is Changing Enterprise Technology >>
* DNA Fog Helps Identify Trespassers, Thieves, and Brigands >>

* Digg’s Google Reader Replacement To Launch Next Week, Available To All By June 26 >>
* Gadgetwise Blog: Why You Don’t Need a 4K TV >>
* Airbus A350 cockpit tour with test pilot Jean-Michel Roy (video) >>

* Parrot announces availability for AR.Drone 2.0 add-ons, offers software upgrades >>
* The Future Of Video Games Is Also The Future Of Storytelling >>
* GEAK Watch packs Android, WiFi and a plethora of sensors, likely ‘world’s first true smartwatch’ >>

* We’re live from the 2013 Paris Air Show! >>
* Graphene oscillator circuitry reaches the Gigahertz range >>
* Raytheon’s updated JTACs situational awareness system eyes-on (video) >>

* What is a next-gen game? >>
* Digg previews its Google Reader replacement, set to roll out next week >>
* This man lost his house because his Kickstarter was too successful >>

* Antibacterial nanorobot animation >>
* Surgeon General Gets a Medgadget Smartphone Physical >>
* What are the Most “Frightening” and Exciting Technologies of the Future? >>

* fast-forward future >>
* DARPA will soon providing Faster, More Precise All-digitally controlled Airstrikes >>
* Future of Asymetric warfare, Gini coefficient, and DARPA reinvention of traditional military powers >>

* Google’s Billion connection deep learning neural was $1 million in hardware last year is now $20,000 in GPUs >>
* Genome decoding of the medieval leprosy pathogen >>
* Intelligent glasses designed for professors >>

* Explainer: What is a virtual private network (VPN)? >>
* Grooves in Mars dunes likely from dry ice, not water >>
* Smarter Than C-3PO: Future Robots Will Work in Teams, Scientist Says >>

* Graphene circuit breaks the gigahertz barrier >>
* How to Turn Your Cell Phone Into a Dolphin >>
* Your Cellphone Could Be a Sonar Device >>

* Don’t Hurt That Robot! How Morality Muddles Perception of a Mind >>
* The Singularity Is Near: Mind Uploading by 2045? >>
* How Darwin helped invent the idea of aliens >>

* Google Is Starting War On Child Pornography, Not Ending >>
* A Motorcyclist’s Dream: Google Glass in Helmet Form >>
* Supercomputers 55 petaflops now, 100+ petaflops in 2014, exaflops in 2016-2018 >>

* No sweat? If you have this gene, you may not use deodorant >>
* Apps from inspired developers will drive Google Glass >>
* 4 Steps To Hiring The Right Person >>

* Spectacular Images From Herschel — The Space Telescope That Was Shut Down Today >>
* Twitter Is Testing A New Feature To Help You Find Who Your Friends Are Following >>
* This 4-Person Startup Is Trying To Change Online Shopping As We Know It >>

* What are the Most “Frightening” and Exciting Technologies of the Future? >>
* So, You Wanna Be an Android? >>
* The Next NSA Spying Shoe to Drop: “Pre-Crime” Artificial Intelligence >>
* Transhumanism Intro – (Sneak Peek) >>

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