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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 November 2013

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* 2x3D lets viewers watch 2D or 3D movies on the same screen simultaneously >>
* Watch this 18-rotor electric helicopter take its maiden voyage (video) >>
* Male Y chromosome ‘could be scrapped’ >>

* Scientists have been able to grow artificial skin using stem cells from the umbilical cord >>
* Follow the genes: Yale team finds clues to origin of autism >>
* Online Anonymity in a Box, for $49 >>

* Can computers negotiate win-win negotiations in a virtual world >>
* Planetary Resources explains how asteroid mining will open human colonization >>
* Very Light Car and OLED solar could make practical electric car >>

* Google Patents Tech That Could Take The ‘Social’ Out Of Social Networking >>
* The Internet of Things, Unplugged and Untethered >>
* Circuit Scribe: Draw Circuits Instantly >>

* Wireless sensors for commissioning of rail vehicles >>
* The future of mobile: Smart watches and sweet smelling mobiles >>
* VIDEO: Moving 750 million pages of print >>

* What A Penguin Looks Like On A Heatmap >>
* This is how the Earth’s weather looks to a supercomputer >>
* How Humanity Could Deflect a Giant Killer Asteroid >>

* The Druggable Genome Is Now Googleable >>
* 3D Virtual Birth Simulator Uses Mother and Baby’s Actual Measurements >>
* Want ultraviolet vision? You’re going to need smaller eyes. >>
* Are the Jobs of the Near Future Beyond our Imaginings? >>

* Bits Blog: Getting to the Bottom of a Digital Lollipop >>
* Sir Richard Branson Will Accept Bitcoin For Virgin Galactic Space Travel >>
* Someone Just Transferred $148 Million Worth Of Bitcoin >>

* Researcher Shows How GPUs Make Terrific Network Monitors >>
* What 11 Billion People Mean for Earth’s Animals >>
* China Tests New Stealth Drone >>

* Scientists Forced To Reexamine Theories In Light of Massive Gamma-Ray Burst >>
* More-realistic 3D imaging technique speeds movie images, modeling human organs >>
* Faster, cheaper biofuel production >>

* 3D-printing multi-material objects in minutes instead of hours >>
* Computer searches web 24/7 to analyze images to teach itself common sense >>
* Factory sized ink jet printing mass production of lower cost OLED screens >>

* People who don’t forget can still be tricked with false memories >>
* Kinect 2.0 Teardown: Lots of Sensors and Highly Repairable >>
* Sir Tim Berners-Lee Blasts “Insidious, Chilling Effects” Of Online Surveillance >>

* The Secret to Career Success: Branding Yourself >>
* If JFK Lived: 5 Ways History Would Change >>
* Wrong airport plane returns to skies >>

* Neutrino Detection Could Help Paint an Entirely New Picture of the Universe >>
* What You Don’t Say About Data Can Still Hurt You >>
* Jason Silva and Barry Ptolemy Collaborate on New Series, ‘The Future of Us’ >>

* Eyes-On Glasses Help See Veins, Place Needles >>
* Mission to map Earth’s magnetic field readies for take-off >>
* Researchers engineering first-ever living, 3D human arrhythmic tissue >>

* GPS doesn’t work indoors, radiolocation methods are coming to yr smartphone >>
* We’re Being Driven to Distraction by Clamorous Computing >>
* Does Obesity Reshape Our Sense of Taste? >>

* Transhuman Visions: San Francisco Conference Almost Sold Out >>
* A connected world is just the beginning >>
* Drones, warfare, science fiction and cybercrime. A conversation with P.W. Singer >>

* Explain the Uncanny Valley in Less Than 1 Minute. Go! >>
* The Mystery Of Chessboxing >>
* Disruptive technologies: Advances that will transform life, business >>

* Study sheds light on nerve regeneration following spinal cord injury >>
* This electric lollipop can simulate any taste >>
* NASA teams up Planetary Resources to launch asteroid-finding contest next year >>

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