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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 July 2013

* First Open Source Airplane Could Cost Just $15,000 >>
* Japanese company Genepax presents car that runs on nothing but water. >>
* MicroLED display for next-generation Google Glass demo >>

* Photons May Emit Faster-Than-Light Particles, Physicists Suggest >>
* Apple’s new iPhone ‘has fingerprint sensor’ >>
* Modern resuscitation may allow doctors to reanimate people 24 hours after death >>

* An Inflatable Emergency Airborne Communications Network >>
* Nano-harpoons for Silk Brain Interfaces >>
* Microsoft Invents Futuristic Notebook with Transparent Display, Projection System >>

* Incredible Technology: How to Explore the Microscopic World >>
* Two Compounds Capable of Crossing the Blood-Brain Barrier May Halt Alzheimer’s >>
* World’s largest gamma-ray telescope to be built in Russia’s Buryatia >>

* 5 Body Modifications That Can Give You A Sixth Sense >>
* 8 Things We Simply Don’t Understand About the Human Brain >>
* Intel ditching facial recognition features for its upcoming set-top box >>

* These guys want you to crowdfund their space railroad >>
* Computer scientists develop mathematical jigsaw puzzles to encrypt software >>
* The Era of Memory Engineering Has Arrived >>

* First test flight of 3D-printed surveillance drone >>
* Digital wallet apps unfold as phone users, businesses catch on >>

* New York police modify SUVs to allow cops to spot drivers who are texting while driving >>
* Google Glass users could be hit with hefty data bills due to huge data strain >>
* Radio waves carry news of climate change >>

* Reprogramming patients’ cells offers powerful new tool treating blood diseases >>
* Apple Patents Triple Sensor, Triple Lens iPhone Camera, Better Resolution, Color >>
* How Google Is Quietly Taking Over >>

* Hack Your Own Wireless Leash >>
* Can Ultra HD “4K” Really Help The TV Industry? >>
* Water-Enabled Lithography Creates Long Graphene Nanoribbons >>

* Medical Professor Shows Google Glass Doesn’t Have To Be Dumb >>
* Huge Six-Legged Robot Crabster Goes Swimming >>

* This Voice-Activated Organizing Robot Makes Sure You’ll Never Lose A Screw >>
* Could Dragons Have Existed If Evolution Had Taken A Different Turn? >>
* Good News For Flexible Electronics: Scientists Invent A Stretchy Gold Conductor >>

* How Slow-Motion Video Will Take Over The Internet >>
* The Ethics of Saving Lives With Autonomous Cars Are Far Murkier Than You Think >>
* The Trouble With Teleportatio >>

* ‘Smart’ homes open doors to hackers >>
* Is Forecast; 50 Billion Internet-Connected Things by 2020 Conservative? >>
* Why the Internet Needs Cognitive Protocols >>

* Architecture Fiction: concrete-eating robot >>
* Race to $100 genome sequencing >>
* Artificial Intelligence Is the Most Important Technology of the Future >>

* Herpes Virus Shoots DNA Into Human Cells With Crazy High Internal Pressure >>
* Printing silver onto fibers could pave the way for flexible, wearable electronics >>
* Future Windows Could Use a Biomimetic Circulatory System to Save Energy >>

* With this device, you can control a rat using the power of your mind >>
* How To Build A 3-D Printer For Space >>
* Bain’s list of eight trends to 2020 >>

* LED Lights Make Augmented Vision a Reality >>
* Farm 432: handy kitchen appliance that breeds fly larva for protein >>
* Printing in gel takes 3D printing freeform and enables an undo function >>
* Researchers overcome hurdles in quest for inexpensive, durable electronics, solar cells >>

* DARPA to Genetically Engineer Humans by Adding a 47th Chromosome >>
* Next Generation Sequencing 2013: Looking Into Genomes >>
* With this device, you can control a rat using the power of your mind >>

* Reverse Aging of Human Muscle Tissue >>
* Controlling contagion by restricting mobility >>
* Augmented Reality: Sonar mapping for mobiles >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 July 2013

* Atlas Virtual Reality Turns Any Room Into A Holodeck You Can Run Around In >>
* Researchers turn standard microscope into billion-pixel imaging beast >>
* This futuristic-looking mass transit system is really happening >>

* A huggable, talking intelligent toy robot? Oh yeah! >>
* World’s lightest and thinnest circuits pave the way for imperceptible electronics >>
* $250,000 Slingatron Kickstarter >>

* BMW’s First True Electric Car Is Here >>
* Can China Build World’s Tallest Building in 10 Months? >>
* How Much Happens on the Internet Every 60 Seconds? >>

* Tooth Sensor Accurately Detects the Various Ways You Use Your Mouth >>
* Augmented Reality: phones with ubiquitous vision >>
* Consciousness, Software & the Brain >>

* Samsung Develops World’s Fastest Embedded Memory With eMMC 5.0 Support >>
* Software-Defined Data Centers Might Cost Companies More Than They Save >>
* Vaavud Smartphone Wind Meter Now Available, Use Your Phone To Measure Windspeed >>

* A drone that can walk home >>
* How The ‘World’s Dumbest Idea’ Killed The US Economic Recovery >>
* Supertoy Teddy – A Stuffed Bear With Conversation Skills >>

* A 3D printed future: 10 surprising things we could see printed soon >>
* Incredible Technology: How to Explore Jupiter’s Moon Europa >>
* Astronomers See Snow … In Space! >>

* Physicists Probe Deviations in Standard Model of the Universe >>
* How the Microchip Has Changed Your Life >>
* How Big Data Is Taking Teachers Out of the Lecturing Business >>

* Self-organizing ‘giant surfactants’ promise chip-size-reduction breakthrough >>
* OSI: The Internet That Wasn’t >>

* Lab Grown Retinal Cells Implanted Into Blind Mice – And They Work >>
* This Super-Cool Scooter Is Made From… Hemp? >>
* Muzik: These “Smart” Headphones Will Let You Tweet, Facebook >>

* BMW’s Electric i3: All Vroom, No Gas >>
* Science Has Almost Beaten Testicular Cancer >>
* FYI: How Long Would It Take Piranhas To Eat A Person? >>

* Hack Takes Over Your Car’s Steering While You’re Driving >>
* What Happens When You Fire An AK-47 Underwater [Video] >>
* How Long Before Our Cars Can Talk To Each Other? >>

* New techniques use lasers, LEDs, and optics to ‘see’ under the skin >>
* A faster neuron-activity sensor for charting the brain in real time >>
* Silky brain implants may help stop spread of epilepsy >>

* Zogg From Betelgeuse Explains Why the Universe Has No Edge >>
* Functional 3D Human Liver Buds Made From Stem Cells in Mice >>
* A phone, or an all-seeing sentry at your command? >>

* Predicting the Winners and Losers of the Future >>
* Spacex Falcon 9.1.1 is an upgraded reusable test rocket >>
* Smart home security device gets even smarter over time >>

* Video: $700 drone goes on display >>
* Video: Astronaut controls robot on Earth from the ISS >>
* UK’s ‘super mouse’ yielding major discoveries in cancer research >>

* Tiny brain region senses motion ‘on the fly’ >>
* How Babies Learn to Fear Heights >>
* Computer scientists develop ‘mathematical jigsaw puzzles’ to encrypt software >>

* Quantum Computing Boosted Artificial Intelligence >>
* The Programmable Orgasm? >>
* 3D printers move into mainstream >>

* Veebot, the Robotic Phlebotomist That Makes Drawing Blood Faster (VIDEO) >>
* Smart, Continuous Monitoring of Intra-Ocular Pressure with Contact Lens: Q&A >>
* New Zealand to get its second undersea fibre optic cable >>

* ‘Plastic heart’ man gets donor organ >>
* NASA Discovery: Giant Hole In The Sun Spews Solar Material Into Space >>
* Google Real-Time Translation Service For Mobile Is ‘Near Perfect’ >>

* Audi Is Putting 4G Broadband Inside Its Cars >>
* Is The Car The Next Frontier For The Mobile Revolution? >>
* Smart tooth sensor calls you out for eating or smoking too much >>

* EEG-based lie detection as a summer research project >>
* Quantum Internet Search Application >>
* New Blood Test Could Definitively Diagnose Alzheimer’s Disease >>

* Crowdfunding Reaches Its Terrible, Glorious Climax With ‘Smart Vibrator’ Vibease” >>
* Why Google Glass Isn’t the Segway >>
* Urine Teeth Possible, China Research Team Believes >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 July 2013

* This Robot Can Draw Your Blood >>
* Supertoy Teddy: a WiFi enabled natural talking teddy bear >>
* Towards a Blended Reality: Interview with augmented reality pioneer Thad Sterner >>

* MIT creates the first perfect mirror >>
* Privacy and the Two Realities of the Shift Age >>

* Google Needs To Stop Screwing Around, And Just Build A Really Good Television >>
* Robots Podcast #135: Jonathon Roberts, autonomous systems >>

* Robot Produces Paintings With That ‘Imperfect’ Human Look >>
* PC Industry Fights to Adapt as Tablets Muscle In >>
* Dumb Movies, Smart Futures WT025 – Jul 27,2013 >>

* How We’re All Going To Be Using Wearable Technology >>
* Technology? You wear it well >>

* Fabricated: The New World of 3D Printing >>
* $99 Linux supercomputer has been built, will ship this summer >>

* Quantum boost for artificial intelligence >>
* ‘Quantum microscope’ peers into the hydrogen atom >>
* Hod Lipson builds “self-aware” robots >>

* Asteroid Resources Could Create Space Habs For Trillions; Land Area Of A Thousand Earths >>
* Speed Limit; 1 trillionth of a second to flip the on-off electrical switch >>

* Gadget Genius: Nanotechnology Breakthrough Is Big Deal for Electronics >>
* Who Has the Right to Mine an Asteroid? >>
if i move at the speed of light i would travel around the earth for 448 times in one minutes

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 July 2013 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 July 2013

* Wi-Fi-Enabled Tooth Sensor Rats You Out When You Smoke Or Overeat >>
* Pain of artificial legs could be eased by real-time monitoring >>
* ‘Motion sensor’ for autism diagnosis and therapy >>

* NASA Flooded with Asteroid Exploration Ideas >>
* 12K gaming rig renders 1.5 billion pixels per second for just $17,000 (video) >>

* Life-Size Holograms For Your Living Room Are On the Horizon >>
* Google Wants to Put a Universal Translator in Every Android Phone >>
* Flexible sensor sheet is so light you can’t tell you’re wearing it >>

* Why the Internet Needs Cognitive Protocols >>
* Scientists can implant false memories into mice >>

* Video Friday: Insectobots on the Run, Drones Dodge Fireworks, Robots Dance >>
* How big is our solar system? >>
* The Scary, Passenger’s Eye View From Inside the Crashed Southwest Plane >>

* Google Plans To Rival The Apple TV >>
* Apple’s Office Near MIT Is Stocking Up With Speech-Tech Talent >>
* Welcome To The Post-Operating System World >>

* When Smart Homes Get Hacked: I Haunted A Complete Stranger’s House Via Inet >>
* Google’s Instant Translators Could Become The Universal Tongue >>
* Google has prototypes for ‘real-time’ translation device, ‘near perfect’ >>

* Google’s living room plans reportedly included a Hangout-ready set-top box >>
* Station astronauts remotely control planetary rover from space >>
* Google Glass to demonstrate how to begin a patient exam. >>

* LG’s New Portable Projector Is a Retro Rhombus-Covered Wonder >>
* Are Dark Matter Particles Lighter Than We Thought? >>
* Here’s How The ‘Star Wars’ ‘Return Of The Jedi’ Cast Looks Today >>

* Some 3D Printers Could Cause Strokes If Used In The Wrong Environment >>
* Wild Computer Hack Remotely Controls Cars >>

* The Future of Medicine Open Source & Beyond – Daniel Kraft at TEDxISU >>
* The Operating Room of the Future – InSightec >>

* Access control changes a must for future, safe Internet, Vint Cerf >>
* Google Developing Set Top Box with a Motion Sensor and Camera >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 July 2013 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 July 2013

* A Device That Actually Confirms Whether You’re Burning Fat >>
* Sensor knows when you’re lying through your teeth >>
* Watch The First Fully 3-D Printed Rifle Break On Camera >>

* A pathway in the brain that allows humans to learn new words >>
* 10 theories that explain why we dream >>
* As Machines Get Smarter, Evidence Grows that They Learn Like Us >>

* This NFC-Enabled Ring Stores Your Personal Data On Your Fingertips >>
* Sony Introduces Head-Mounted Display for Endoscopic Surgery >>
* How Close Could I Get To The Sun And Survive? >>

* Google’s Latest Machine Vision Breakthrough >>
* Researchers Look to Tattoos to Monitor Your Sweat >>
* This tiny, wearable patch makes you invisible to mosquitos >>

* New Surveillance Blimp Stays Aloft For 30 Days Straight >>
* The First Touchscreen to Recognize Fingerprints >>
* Facial Recognition Alerts Stores When A Celeb Walks In >>

* Goodyear To Replace Its Blimps With Zeppelins >>
* Brain picks out salient sounds from background noise by tracking frequency and time >>
* Is faster-than-light travel possible? >>

* IBIS pneumatic keyhole surgery robot potentially 1/10 the cost of da Vinci >>
* Desktop 3D-printing electronic circuits, other nanofabricated devices >>
* Monitor your heart rate simply by wearing a shirt with these wearable electrodes >>
* Life on Earth dates back to 2.2 billion years >>

* Ultrasound applied to brain found to elevate mood >>
* How Google accidentally uncovered a Chinese ring of car thieves >>

* Hod Lipson builds “self-aware” robots >>
* Here’s What The Future Of Google Glass Might Look Like >>
* Psychopathic criminals have empathy switch >>

* Memory implantation is now officially real >>
* Interior Mapping Camera Will Make a 3-D Model of Your Home >>
* MIT Study Locates Stored Memories in Brain >>

* Next-Gen Canadian Robotic Arms To Reach For Satellites | Video >>
* Tracking the Quantified Self >>
* Scientists create false memories in mice, cause rodent-style Inception >>

* Watch A Real-Life Drone Get Piloted Through The Oculus Rift >>
* How to Regrow a Head >>
* Scientists Discover A Potential Cure For Cat Allergies >>

* Smart Phones Mean You Will No Longer Have to Memorize Facts >>
* ‘Epilepsy in a dish’: Stem cell research reveals clues to disease’s origins >>
* This Is What Photosynthesis Looks Like From Space >>

* Can the International Space Station Survive Until 2020? >>
* It’s Easier for Aliens to Visit Us Than Previously Thought >>
* The Web becomes a ‘companion’ across devices >>
* Use Voice Commands to Control Google TV >>

* Google Wallet For Gmail Invites Start Rolling Out To More Users >>
* NTT Docomo’s prototype breathalyzer knows if you’re burning fat, could toughen-up boot camp >>
* Technology Is The Fastest Way For 20-Year-Olds To Get Rich >>

* UI researchers help answer long-standing question about Van Allen radiation belts >>
* Crazy-Dense Neutron Stars Reveal Their Secrets >>
* Satellites Capture Photosynthesis In Action | Video >>

* How to Regrow a Head >>
* Pigeons fly home with a map in their heads >>
* Google Lunar X Prize Proposing New Cash Prizes to Help Struggling Teams >>

* The Robots, AI, and Unemployment Anti-FAQ >>
* Exemplary Futurism >>
* Mind-Blowing Technologies – Jul 24,2013 >>

* Could your 3D printer make you ill? >>
* Fish brains gave us our hand gestures >>
* Potential for drugs to ‘switch off’ high blood pressure >>

* NASA Shows Their 2020 Mars Rover Design >>
* Sub-10 nm nanotechnology engineering breakthrough is big deal for electronics >>
* Tattoo biosensor warns when athletes are about to ‘hit the wall’ >>

* 3-D Printed Jets Mimic Octopus Propulsion >>
* Here’s How Many More Times You’ll See Your Parents Before They Die >>
* Reviewed.com: How is 4K TV different from HD? >>

* 3D character acts as job interview coach >>
* Canary: The ‘intelligent’ home security system that recognises you and your pets >>

* Innovation Isn’t an Idea Problem >>
* PIN-Cracking Robot To Be Showed Off At Defcon >>

* Welcome To The Era Of information Under-Load >>
* Google Lets You Climb Mount Fuji With Street View >>
* Intel previews 4.5W Y-series Core chips for fanless tablets >>

* Internet Pioneers Discuss the Future of Money, Books, and Paper in 1972 >>
* How long lives might be extended beyond about 180 years of lifespan matters less .. >>

* A Blood Test For Autism Begins Clinical Trials, With A Little Help From Google >>
* Google tries for the TV a third time, now with a $35 Chromecast >>
* Google intros Play Textbooks for purchase and rent >>

* Android 4.3 brings 1080p Netflix streaming >>
* Big Data’s Semantic Dystopia [100 Words Into The Future] >>

* Princeton High-Precision Rock Grinder | Video >>
* Johns Hopkins researchers reveal genetic glitch at the root of allergies >>
* Disney software turns any photo into a 3D model to create lifelike scenes >>

* Hands-on with Disney Research’s AIREAL haptic feedback technology (video) >>
* Bill Gates Is Beginning To Dream the Thorium Dream >>
* Finnish Company Develops Facial Recognition Payment System >>

* NVIDIA Research’s near-eye light field display prototype eyes-on (video) >>
* Shedding new light on the brightest objects in the universe >>
* The Brilliantly Simple 3D-Printing Program You Never Realized You’d Need >>
* Robert Freeland Talks with Hailey Bright on Possible Fusion Propulsion Systems >>

* IBM Demonstrates a Competitive Graphene Infrared Detector >>
* New Space Capsule Lands With Two of Three Parachutes in NASA Flight Test >>
* What Death Looks Like: A Fast-Spreading Glowing Blue Wave >>

* If We Ever Encounter ET it is Overwhelmingly Likely to be Post-Biological >>
* Chips that mimic the brain in real time >>
* The New Human Bionics: The Growth of 4D Printing >>

* Blue Brain Project – Brain Waves Simulation >>
* If this theory is correct, we may live in a web of alternate timelines >>

* Google Translate now accepts handwriting as an input >>
* Researchers target HER1 receptor for peptide cancer vaccine, therapeutic agents >>
* Blue wave spreads through dying flatworms >>

* biophysicist obtains first experimental evidence of pressure inside the herpes virus >>
* Google Removed 100 Million “Pirate” Search Results This Year >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 July 2013 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 July 2013

* Physicists Detect Radio Waves With Light >>
* A Space Laser Designed To Vaporize Dangerous Asteroids >>
* Why Google is testing encryption of Drive consumer data >>

* The First Affordable Home Security System That Can Think For Itself >>
* Review: MobileTV >>

* Ultrasound applied to brain found to elevate mood >>
* Revisiting SLS/Orion launch costs >>

* Stem Cells Reprogrammed Using Chemicals Alone >>
* How To Stop 3D Printing’s Race To The Bottom >>
* Education online: the virtual lab >>

* Canary: This Might Be Your Home Security System of The Future >>
* A Norse Town Has Built an Artificial Sun to Light Up Its 5-Month Night >>
* Paper-thin e-skin responds to touch by lighting up >>

* Stem Cell Eye Cells Tested in Mice >>
* Here’s Why 3D Printers Might Get Way Cheaper After 2014 >>
* Controlling genes with light >>

* Could turning on a gene prevent diabetes? >>
* Earth and Moon from Saturn >>
* New Google Earth Hack Lets You Nuke Any City in Devastating 3D >>

* Belkin launches smartphone-controlled WeMo light switch for $49.99, details Android support >>
* Smart Doorbell Lets You Answer When Not at Home >>
* FBI hair analysis may have falsely convicted thousands, including some on death row >>
* 100-metre asteroid about to zip by Earth >>

* Disney’s New Algorithm Turns Any Photo Into a 3D Wonderland >>
* Scientists crack wolves’ howling code >>
* ‘Star Trek Tricorder’ – About To Come True For Medicine? | Video >>

* 3D printing gives man a new face and a new life >>
* ‘OK Glass, what is my current mental state?’ Concept video shows Google Glass-compatible brainwave sensor >>
* Burning Man’s next big thing is a 15-foot-tall brain-controlled brain (video) >>
* Neutrino Identity Switch Confirmed >>

* Self-assembling multi-copter demonstrates networked flight control >>
* Verizon Now Offering 500Mbps (Down) Internet Service >>
* MIT Computer Software Makes The Internet 3 Times Faster >>

* Check Out The First Trailer For Neil deGrasse Tyson’s ‘Cosmos’ >>
* How To Design Aircraft Carriers For Drone Warfare >>
* To create a robot with common sense, mimic a toddler >>

* The Connected Car: Welcome To The Next Computing Environment >>
* Microchips that mimic the brain >>
* Scientific experiment creates a wave frozen in time >>

* Genetics and Genomics 2013 Virtual Conference >>
* The Innovation Mindset in Action: Sir Peter Jackson >>

* Robotic Skin Lights Up When Touched >>
* Google who? Samsung announces its first developer conference >>
* Get Ready: 3D Printing Will Explode Next Year, When Key Patents Expire >>

* Incredible Technology: How to See the Big Bang >>
* Expedition 37/38′s Tips For Surviving Long Voyages in Space >>

* To make your AI interpret something literally you have to define “literally” >>
* Nasa experiment: Is faster-than-light travel possible? >>
* Thank you for steelmanning my arguments >>

* Dolphins ‘call each other by name’ >>
* Assuming the SkyCity Costs US$800 to 1.5 billion what are comparable projects in terms of costs elsewhere >>

* Carnegie Mellon, Microsoft researchers demonstrate internal tagging technique for 3D-printed objects >>
* Soft Robotics — preview issue of groundbreaking journal on engineered soft devices that interact with living systems >>
* What needs sex when you have gene conversion? >>

* News in Brief: Mouse retinas grown in lab >>
* Underwater propulsion from a 3D printer >>
* A high-pressure nanoimaging breakthrough >>

* A New Kind of Microchip Mimics the Human Brian in Real Time >>
* Heat Shield for NASA’s New Orion Spacecraft Set for 2014 Test Flight >>
* Gillmor Gang: iBeacon & Eggs >>

* First solar powered family car unveiled – Truthloader Investigates >>
* An Elevator to the Moon in Eight Years? >>
* Synthetic Biology – Inventing the Future >>

* The doctor will sense you now >>
* Andrew Ng – Machine Learning via Large-scale Brain Simulations – Technion lecture >>
* A Cure for Ageing?: David Sinclair at TEDxSydney >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 July 2013

* SIM Cards Have Finally Been Hacked, Flaw Could Affect Millions Of Phones >>
* Sony patent proposes camera button to send vital-signs info >>
* World’s first trip to Moon’s south pole planned for 2016 >>

* Brain’s ‘misery’ molecule discovered >>
* Robot Revolution, will machines surpass humans >>
* Hype Builds Before Elon Musk’s August Alpha Plan for SF to LA Hyperloop >>

* ‘Smart’ street-lamps light up only when people are around >>
* Disney Research’s AIREAL creates haptic feedback out of thin air >>
* What the Earth and Moon Look Like From Saturn >>

* Social media screens for potential hires automatically put employers on the wrong side of the law >>
* Making solar energy, together >>
* 20 Things You Didn’t Know About… Gravity >>

* The Obesity Gene: Is Weight Coded in DNA? >>
* Would You Skip A Concert If It Was Live-streamed? >>
* DNI Office Asks Why People Trust Facebook More Than the Government >>

* Welcome To the ‘Sharing Economy’ >>
* Where Innovation Lives >>
* World’s cheapest computer gets millions tinkering >>

* Researchers Developing Self-Destructing Gadgets and Chips >>
* How Apollo 11′s 1.024MHz guidance computer did a lot with very little >>
* Self-replicating probes could explore the entire Milky Way in only 10 million years >>

* A faster Internet via machine learning >>
* Exercise Pill Could Simulate Physical Activity at the Cellular Level >>
* Smart Knife Does Instant Biopsies on Tumor Cells >>
* Scientists reveal genetics’ key role behind cholera >>

* AI tutor, college degrees planned for Udacity online courses >>
* ‘Alien space probes could be in our solar system’ >>
* After Mobile: Smarter TVs >>

* 3D Printers Shown To Emit Potentially Harmful Nanosized Particles >>
* MIT Uses Machine Learning Algorithm To Make TCP Twice As Fast >>
* Back to Asiana 214 >>
* Humanity 2.0 >>

* ‘Sharknado’ Got One Thing Right: Aquatic Animals Sometimes Do Fall From the Sky >>
* How Microsoft spent a decade asleep on the job >>
* We Need To Have A Debate About Growth >>

* Internet traffic jams, meet your robot nemesis >>
* What the World Would Look Like If You Could Actually See Wi-Fi Signals >>
* The world’s counterterrorism forces meet for a friendly shoot’em-up in the desert >>

* Scientists Discover Quadruple Helix: Four Strand DNA In Human Cells >>
* NASA funds suspended animation and other far-out space tech ideas >>
* Is sending humans to Mars actually feasible? >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 July 2013 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 July 2013

* Pay For Your Next Meal With Your Face >>
* Machine Squeezes Drinking Water From Your Sweaty T-Shirt >>
* Harvard Creates Cyborg Flesh That’s Half Man, Half Machine >>

* ‘Impossible’ material made by Uppsala University researchers >>
* Desktop printing at the nano level >>

* Why Tunnels Might Be The Biggest Obstacle for Elon Musk’s Hyperloop >>
* Daydreaming simulated by computer model >>

* Private Company To Put A Telescope On The Moon >>
* Snow Discovered in an Alien Star System >>
* OMC Robot Mixing System >>

* A Revolutionary All-Seeing Camera Lens That Puts the Lytro To Shame >>
* Desktop Nanofabrication Becomes Much Cheaper >>
* Measuring The Ridiculous Physics Of Disney’s Hercules >>

* ‘Impossible’ material made by Uppsala University researchers >>
* Deadliest cancers may respond to new drug treatment strategy >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – July 19, 2013 >>

* More efficient urban transportation could save $70 trillion by 2050 >>
* Portable solar pavillion >>
* Designing for microscopic life in the great indoors >>

* Do you have the insatiable desire to shoot a drone out of the sky? >>
* Rare particle decay is bad news for exotic physics >>
* Check Out These Crazy 8-Billion Pixel Works Of 3D Street Art >>

* NASA Funds 12 Far-Out Space Tech Ideas >>
* Mathematical models target disease with drug choice based on your DNA >>
* An injectable ‘smart sponge’ for controlled drug delivery >>

* How Technology Will Change Our Entire Concept of Value >>
* Video Friday: KAIRO Can Rescue You, Remote Control Humans, and Roboboat 2013 >>
* Sebastian Thrun on the Future of Learning >>

* VIDEO: Robots clean Sydney Harbour Bridge >>
* 3D tissue grown using cell phone tech >>
* Brain Ultrasound: How Sound Waves Can Boost Mood >>

* Has Sony developed an interchangeable lens for smartphones? >>
* Controlling friction by tuning van der Waals forces >>
* Cry Analyzer Could Indicate Babies’ Health >>

* Human Touch: Sensor Lets Robots ‘Feel’ >>
* GPS Could Track Hurricanes’ Winds? >>
* Working the night shift on the moon >>

* Wash. state scientists using drones to spy on nature >>
* How Smart Dust Could Be Used To Monitor Human Thought >>
* Honda’s Mean Mower runs up to 130MPH, makes yardwork exciting (video) >>

* Evolution of AI Interplanetary Trajectories Reaches Human-Competitive Levels >>
* Intel Plans to “Reimagine the Datacenter” >>
* Syfy’s Mark Stern: Expect more scripted series and miniseries >>

* Disney’s Crazy Invention Lets You Feel Phantom Objects Floating In Air >>
* 4G didn’t pan out for Intel, so now it’s looking ahead to 5G >>
* Making Online Learning Faster and more fun by adding more artificial intelligence >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 July 2013

* Numecent will change how you get applications from the cloud >>
* Microsoft’s Vision Of The House Of The Future >>
* Scientists May Have Found a Genomic Off Switch for Down Syndrome >>

* Microsoft Research turns Kinect into canny sign language reader (video) >>
* Mars’ Atmosphere Was Destroyed Billions Of Years Ago >>
* Learning in the Digital Age >>

* Hubble shows link between stars’ ages and their orbits in dense cluster >>
* Collision Between Water and Energy Is Underway, and Worsening >>
* Two young scientists break down plastics with bacteria >>

* Driverless Cars: Trillions Are Up For Grabs >>
* Samsung announces 3,000MB/s enterprise SSD, shames competition >>
* “Smart Plates” Could Betray California Drivers’ Privacy >>

* Does The Library Of The Future Have Books? >>
* IFTTT Puts the Internet of Things in Your Pocket >>
* Samsung lifts lid on 1.6TB flash whopper spaffing data at 3GB/s >>

* How will humans cope with boredom on their first missions to Mars? >>
* Was Earth’s Gold Formed by Colliding Stars? | Video >>
* Mars Atmosphere Loss Mystery: Probe Will Investigate | Video >>

* Gene breakthrough shows Neanderthals in new light >>
* Elastic electronics: best stretchable gold conductors yet >>
* Steering stem cells with magnets >>

* Would you use eye-tracking instead of passwords? >>
* The Technology You Need to Protect Against Mass Surveillance >>
* Colorado Town Wants to Issue Drone Hunting Permits >>

* Robosimian: NASA’s New Monkey Robot Designed for Search & Rescue >>
* Lasers Boost Space Communications >>
* Two Boston Patients Free of HIV After Bone-Marrow Transplant >>

* Towards a quantum internet >>
* Virtue Theory and Moral Enhancement >>
* Computer system automatically generates TCP congestion-control algorithms >>
* How Tweets Reveal Your Age >>

* Smartphone app will say if you’re drunk >>
* Microsoft Has an Operating System for Your House >>
* Here’s how Elon Musk’s Hyperloop might actually work >>

* Simpsons to appear in crossover ‘Family Guy’ episode in fall 2014 >>
* Is solid state drive life span really something to worry about? >>

* ‘Invisibility wetsuit’ to protect from shark attacks >>
* San Diego Comic Con started today, which means a week full of nerd news, nerd toys, and nerd costume >>
* How Comic-Con Attendance has Grown, and Other Geeky Infographics >>

* Ikea solar powered shelter can last 10 times longer than a refugee tent and could cost $1000 in mass production >>
* Self Replicating Robotic Space Probes Could Have Arrived in our Solar System >>

* Creating a Google map of the brain with David Van Essen >>
* DARPA hollow core fiber will guide light 30% faster and reduce latency for internet, gyroscope and intense optical beam applications >>
* Smart knife detects cancer in 3 seconds >>

* Small permanent panelized homes $10000-25000 with 2X6 kit construction, foundation, electricity and plumbing >>
* Startup Spotlight: Prensilia Developing Robot Hands for Research, Prosthetics >>
* Here’s Why Damage To The 787 Dreamliner Is So Difficult To Repair >>

* Facebook for molecules >>
* How 3D Printing Will Transform Chinese Manufacturing (Op-Ed) >>
* Brain Scans Suggest That ‘Sex Addiction’ Doesn’t Exist >>

* A Discussion with Jared Diamond >>
* Surround-See: enabling peripheral vision on smartphones during active use >>
* Deep brain stimulation: The bleeding edge of neurohacking >>

* Brain Ultrasound Boosts Mood Levels: ‘I Started To Feel Like I’d Had A Martini’ >>
* Game-changing discovery reveals how gold is made in outer space >>
* A Glimpse Of The Future Of Cardiology, Including Star Wars Holograms >>

* Google exec hints at ultimate recruitment perk for top engineers: Life extension >>
* Particle physics for internal security >>
* Why The X-47B Failed Its Latest Landing Attempt, And Why It’s Still The Future Of Flight >>

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* Inside the Mesmerising Robotic Factory Where Teslas Are Born >>
* Hatsune Miku AR Stage >>
* World’s first all stainless steel robot with seven degrees of freedom >>

* Microsoft Has an Operating System for Your House >>
* What You Need to Know About Getting Magnetic Finger Implants >>
* Steerable paper planes and maple seeds the basis for life-saving, disposable UAVs >>

* Taking human-machine interaction to the next level >>
* Intel’s multimillion baby Omek is acquired for motion sensing >>
* Electronics: Graphene makes a magnetic switch >>

* ‘Intelligent’ surgical knife can sniff out cancer tissue >>
* Trekking our evolutionary maze: powerful bodies, end of death; more >>
* Bill Gates: Software Assistants Could Help Solve Global Problems >>

* Scientists show proof-of-principal for silencing extra chromosome responsible for Down syndrome >>
* Coralbots: Restoring and Conserving Coral Reefs with Robots >>
* Molecular switch controls the destiny of self-eating cells >>

* Injectable ‘smart sponge’ holds promise for controlled drug delivery >>
* This Robot Arm Is Den Mother To 30,000 Lab Mice >>
* Using bacteria batteries to make electricity >>

* How Much Can A Human Body Sweat Before It Runs Out? >>
* Race to Mars: Who will be first to the Red Planet? >>
* Combining computer science, statistics creates machines that can learn >>

* Scans Of Sex Addicts’ Brains Call Diagnosis Into Question >>
* First look into workings of the Neanderthal brain >>

* The Social-Media Bubble Is Quietly Deflating >>
* What’s the Best Design for a Flying Mars Robot? >>
* Microsoft Merges Internet Explorer and Mobile With ‘Companion Web’ >>

* A Glimpse Of The Future Of Cardiology, Including Star Wars Holograms >>
* 3D-Printed Surfboards Are Custom Designed for Each Surfer >>
* Another nanotechnology milestone by NASA engineers (w/video) >>

* Lasers to carry 622 Mbps Earth-Moon link >>
* Google Engineers could be among the first for life extensions technologies in the next decade >>
* Future Of Content: Visual Culture And The Ephemeral >>

* Could Living as a Virtual Cow Make You Go Vegan? >>
* Robot Does A Quadruple Backflip [Video] >>
* ASIMO Gets a Job at a Museum in Japan [Video] >>

* ‘Lung cancer secrets’ to be probed >>
* Dramatic Drone Footage of Costa Concordia >>
* Woman Acts Drunk For Two Years Due To Tumor On Her Pancreas >>

* These Lab-Grown Blood Vessels Can Live In The Body For Months >>
* New theory says the Universe isn’t expanding — it’s just getting fat >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 July 2013 >>

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