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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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