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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1-3 June 2013

* Google Reveals their Method for Unlocking the ‘Glass’ Display >>
* A step closer to artificial livers >>
* ‘Eyeborg’ Allows Man to Hear Color >>

* Augmented Reality: AWE2013 >>
* Wearables and Sensors Big Topics at All Things D >>

* 4K Computer Monitors Are Coming (But Still Pricey) >>
* Solar System’s Long Term Future Could Lie Outside Milky Way >>

* neuroscientist is getting a brain scan twice every week for a year >>
* New speaker system for cars creates separate ‘audio zones’ for front and rear seats >>
* Can Big Data Win Your Next Court Case? >>

* Chef in a Box >>
* Creating Recipes with Artificial Intelligence >>
* There’s Finally a Way to Keep Robots From Walking Like Toddlers >>

* Personal clouds let you take control of your own data >>
* Atheer’s mobile 3D interface is augmented reality on steroids >>
* Pebbly rocks testify to old streambed on Mars >>

* New nerve and muscle interfaces aid wounded warrior amputees >>
* GigaOM Structure >>
* Organic polymers create new class of solar energy devices. >>

* 8K Ultra HD compact camera and H.265 encoder developed by NHK with UHD trial broadcasts slated for 2016 >>
* The 360Hero Cameras Are All Shades of Mind Blowing 360° Awesome >>
* Complex Algorithm Auto-Writes Books, Could Transform Science >>
* Life in 2050: How much space will you have to live in? >>

* Attosecond clock accuracy that is one thousand times better than atomic clocks >>
* Motorola Building “Self-Aware” Smartphone >>
* Building the 1.5 gigapixel 360 degree Reality Deck >>

* This Longboard Stroller Might Help You Fend Off Parental Lameness >>
* Biophysicists measure mechanism that determines fate of living cells >>
* Gene therapies for regenerative surgery are getting closer >>

* The Future of Aromatics 2013 >>
* Robotics: Science and Systems 2013 >>
* A new material for 3D-printing electrodes >>

* New phase of synaptic development is key to learning problems >>
* US road safety agency issues policy on driverless cars >>
* book review | Dan Brown’s Inferno >>

* A global viral vector: reality check >>
* NASA Eagleworks Space Warping and Quantum Vacuum Plasma Thruster – Propellentless propulsion >>
* It’s time to start mining the moon >>

* Can You Tornado-Proof A Home? >>
* How a Supercomputer May Have Finally Unlocked a Way to Beat HIV >>
* DARPA’s Crazy Mind-Controlled Prosthetics Have Gotten Even Better >>

* This 4,000-ton Goliath Crane Has Laser Vision and a Robot Brain >>
* Pentagon’s Putting Its Big Brother Data Collection in the Cloud >>
* FBI Has to Give Kim Dotcom His Hard Drives Back >>

* This Compact Camera Captures Glorious 8K Ultra HD Footage >>
* New Graphene Camera Sensors Are 1,000 Times More Sensitive to Light >>
* Oculus Rift Is Breathing New Life Into the Dream of Virtual Reality >>

* Quantified Brain of a Self-Tracking Neuroscientist >>
* Another Small Step for Reflow Battery >>
* Big Fridge Is Watching You >>

* Here’s How You Can Download The Earth In High-Resolution >>
* Scientists reveal Mars mission would expose astronauts to radiation equivalent to 50 full-body CT scans >>

* Would you get divorced ONLINE? New software program promises to make a messy separation as simple as possible >>
* Mind reading computer could communicate with people in a coma: Researchers say system can understand answers to simple questions using brain scans >>
* Low sodium ‘diet’ key to stars’ long life >>

* Nanotechnology stops bed bugs in their tracks >>
* Researchers discover artificial magnetic monopoles >>
* Are DRONES the future of delivery? US firm plans vast network to deliver everything from drugs to post >>

* Programmable matter >>
* Focus on sensors and detectors >>
* New Camera Sensor Eliminates Need for Flash >>

* California Shipping Lanes Moved in Attempt to Avoid Killing Whales >>
* Apple, Elon Musk, HTC One: The D11 News Recap >>
* Killer robots and future shocks >>

* The Third Wave of Virtual Work >>
* Are Driverless Cars Legal? >>
* Avatars Help Schizophrenics Gain Control of Voices In Their Heads >>

* Travelers to Mars would face a lifetime’s worth of radiation exposure >>
* Circadian rhythms control body’s response to intestinal infections >>
* X marks the spot: A TEDx inspired hackerspace in Morocco, plus this week’s TEDx Talks >>

* Google won’t approve any Google Glass apps that use facial recognition software. >>
* How Big is Asteroid 1998 QE2? >>
* Role of the Nervous System in Deciding How Long We Live >>

* Bits: If Our Gadgets Could Measure Our Emotions >>
* Gene Therapies Add Promise to Regenerative Medicine >>
* This man is not a cyborg yet >>

* Electric Sail components and technical details >>
* Forgetting Is Harder for Older Brains >>
* Kickass Processors That Will Power Your Next Computer >>

* The Milky Trail >>
* Become a DIY Cyborg with this Glove-Mounted Soldering Station >>
* This Terrifying Video Shows How Dangerous It Is to Film Tornadoes >>

* Motorola on authentication: We’re talking tattoos and pills >>
* Spime Watch: Cloud-based design site with million-item industrial-design library >>
* Augmented Reality: MIT Smarter Objects AR User Interface >>
* The End Of The World Isn’t As Likely As Humans Fighting Back >>

* Tomorrow’s cameras will see in the dark >>
* Will we ever understand consciousness? >>
* Dinosaur Eggs Are Missing Link In Egg Evolution >>

* Tingly projections make beamed gadgets come alive >>
* Breathtaking Cockpit Photo Of A Marine’s F-18 Firing A Live Missile >>
* They’re Making A Blade Runner Sequel! >>

* Lightning Strikes Twice >>
* Valet Remembers Where You Parked, Even if You Forgot to Open the App >>
* Plant intelligence for better swarm robots >>

* Interview with Adam Ford >>
* Montreal Union Wants a Camera On Every Policeman’s Uniform >>
* How Vinegar Could Save 73,000 Women A Year From Cancer >>

* Google’s balloon-based wireless networks may not be a crazy idea >>
* Printing innovations provide 10-fold improvement in organic electronics >>
* The next frontier of wireless tech? Your body >>

* Pigeons Are Smarter Than You Might Think And Can Use Touchscreens >>
* Copyright Monopoly Enforcement Today Is A Mass Psychosis >>
* It’s A “0.6%” World: Who Owns What Of The $223 Trillion In Global Wealth >>
* Neuroscientist: Religious fundamentalism may be mental illness that can be cured >>

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