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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 November 2013

* Google’s computers OUTWIT their humans; ‘Deep learning’ clusters crack coding problems their top engineers can’t >>
* Man Builds A Bomb With Materials Anyone Can Buy Inside An Airport Terminal >>
* How many people born in the 1800s are still alive? >>

* 3D printing ‘will change the world’ >>
* 3D Metal printer for $1000 >>
* How YouTube Works >>

* Quantum Bit Stored for Record 39 Minutes at Room Temperature >>
* A simplified graphical approach to machine learning >>
* How particle physics can save your life >>

* Ultra-Dense Deuterium Fueled Starship | Project Icarus Workshop Update #4/4 >>
* Laser Holograms as Thin as a Hair Could Be the Future of High-Res >>
* Spitzer and ALMA combine forces to reveal stellar birth >>

* Weekly Space Hangout – November 15, 2013 >>
* Gillmor Gang: Daft Monopolists >>

* Internet of Things Has Big Startup Potential >>
* 8 Ways the Internet of Things Will Change the Way We Work >>
* Wearable Tech at Work Poses Challenges for Businesses >>

* NeuroPace Gets FDA Pre-Market Approval for RNS Stimulator >>
* Consternation over death of world’s oldest-recorded animal, a 507-year-old clam nicknamed Ming >>
* Psychology Today interview with Nikola Danaylov on facing tragedy as transhumanist >>

* Can robots care for the elderly? >>
* 5 most incredible discoveries of the week >>
* Nanoparticle therapy for incurable brain cancer effective in mice >>

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