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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 June 2013

* New Project Will Send Your Messages to Aliens in Deep Space >>
* AMD Leaps Ahead Of Intel With World’s First 5.0GHz Processor >>

* Floating robotic spheres will be used to play games in space next year >>
* This Gigantic 5 MW Battery Can Power a Village >>
* British Police Department Adopts Night Vision Body Cameras >>

* If Planetary Resources Kickstarter Reaches $2 million then Arkyd Space Telescope will get exoplanet search upgrades >>
* A new neurochemical pathway for treating schizophrenia and age-related mental decline >>
* The RoboRoach: control a living insect from your smartphone >>

* Quantum machine learning singularity from Google, Kurzweil and D-Wave? >>
* Groceries Could Be Amazon’s Next Killer App — If It Can Solve the Math >>
* Data from edX’s first course offer preliminary insights into online learning >>

* Web of autism genes pinpoints key players >>
* What gives the human mind its edge? >>

* This Accelerator Can Supply A Whole City With Medical Isotopes Overnight >>
* The Energy Fix: How Waste Could Power The U.S. For Decades >>
* Why Google Buying Waze Will Keep You Out of Gridlock Hell >>

* You Can Finally 3D Print Your Own Computer (Kind Of) >>
* A Robotic Moving Touchscreen That Touches Back >>
* Star Forming Region NGC 3582 >>

* Will This Sushi Drone Replace Waiters? >>
* Google Maps and Waze, outsmarting traffic together >>
* Intelligent door seal prevents poor air quality >>

* Public Engagement in Deep Space >>
* 7 Totally Unexpected Outcomes That Could Follow the Singularity >>
* Conservation drones in the field: Lian Pin Koh at TEDGlobal 2013 >>

* How about we *not* make killer robots: Daniel Suarez at TEDGlobal 2013 >>
* Athletic machines: Raffaello D’Andrea at TEDGlobal 2013 >>
* Watch this mesmerizing timelapse of Hawaii’s lava flows >>

* After NSA Leaks, Eight Senators Re-Introduce A Bill To Reduce Secrecy Of Patriot Act Surveillance >>
* Explained: Fluffy Cows’ Existence, in Iowa and on the Internet >>
* Animoto Updates iPhone App To Simplify Its Automatic Video Creation Workflow >>

* Demo Europe Hits Russia — and Start-ups Have To Beg >>
* AMD wins race to 5GHz CPU clock speed, in which it was the sole participant >>
* What Kind of Innovative Does Apple Have to Be? >>

* The Future of Dating is Mobile >>
* World Population and GDP forecasts for 2030 and 2050 – US should be number two economy in 2050 >>
* iOS 7: The Complete Video Walkthrough and Hands On >>

* Iran Claims to Open Space Tracking Center >>
* Peter Thiel to Write Book on Building Companies >>
* Air bubbles could be the secret to artificial skin >>

* Weightless Flames: How Fires Burn in Space >>
* Faster memory could accelerate computing >>
* Are self-fertilizing plants their own worst enemy? >>

* The ‘invisibility cloak’ that bends light to make a pet goldfish and a cat disappear …but only from certain angles >>
* Testing smart homes technology >>
* Remote-controlled helicopter tested for use in vineyards >>

* e-pill Station Helps Disabled Folks Take Their Pills >>
* New tasks become as simple as waving a hand with brain-computer interfaces >>
* How green is the Internet? >>

* Moon radiation findings may reduce health risks to astronauts >>
* Mobile Summit 2013: Corning’s Gorilla Glass Is Coming to Cars Next >>
* Europe’s Clothes Dryers Consume Half As Much Energy As America’s >>

* The upside of stress: Kelly McGonigal at TEDGlobal 2013 >>
* New Image Sensor Tech Captures Better Photos By Ditching Silicon >>

* Solve This Math Problem, Win $1 Million >>
* The NSA is Spying on Your Credit Card Too >>
* What Our Brain Looks Like When It Hears Music >>

* Flying Robots to Tend your Vineyard >>
* Scientists identify thousands of plant genes activated by ethylene gas >>
* How do you . . . predict future weather? (Op-Ed) >>

* Disease Outbreak Threatens the Future of Good Coffee >>
* Thanks, NSA: Sales of Orwell’s 1984 rise 9500% on Amazon >>
* Mind-controlled cursor may be easier than previously thought >>

* How Google built a 52-terapixel time-lapse portrait of Earth >>
* I Failed a Mensa Test, Twice >>

* The NSA Designed The Algorithm That’s At The Core Of Internet Security >>
* Peter Diamandis at OCE Discovery: Technology is a Resource Liberating Force >>

* Tiny Submersible Could Search for Life in Europa’s Ocean >>
* How will nanobots change medicine? >>
* Andrew McAfee: What will future jobs look like? >>

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