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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 March 2014

* Scientists Reconstruct Faces From DNA Samples >>
* Nasa searches for ideas to bring asteroids closer to Earth >>
* Scientists announce possibility of particle smaller than Higgs Boson >>

* Gillmor Gang: No Reply >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – March 21, 2014 >>
* Where’s Google going next? >>

* Why Android Wear Is the Beginning of the Wearable Devices Era >>
* Apple’s Future Is In These Six Areas (AAPL) >>
* 10 things you didn’t know you could do with Android >>

* VIDEO: The smart pen that spots mistakes >>
* VIDEO: The village shop in a vending machine >>
* Humans can distinguish at least 1 trillion different odors >>
* Hunt for habitable planets from 2024 >>

* Facebook, SpaceX CEOs Invest in Artificial Intelligence Company >>
* MIT engineers design ‘living materials’ >>
* The hierarchy in your brain: Ray Kurzweil at TED2014 >>

* A Transistor that Stands Up to Blistering Nuclear Reactor Temperatures >>
* Google Glass Isn’t Ready For Prime Time, Says, Uh, Google >>
* NASA Seeks Innovative Ideas for Wild Asteroid-Capture Plan >>

* Newly created drug has 100 times morphine’s power >>
* Cutting the Cord: Kinivo extends HDMI through your home >>
* Sony Alpha A7R is a giant leap for mirrorless cameras >>

* Need a Space Robot? There’s An App for That >>
* iBeacon basics >>
* Research Suggests It’s Better to Share Ideas at Work, Not Hoard Them >>

* Your Computer Knows Your Pain (Better Than Humans Do) >>
* Back To the Moon — In Four Years >>
* TED 14 ways to fix the future >>

* Linux May Succeed Windows XP As OS of Choice For ATMs >>
* Weekly Roundup: Virtual reality, tech-infused parenting and snack-aholics >>
* Singapore scientists create stem cells from a drop of blood >>

* Titanfall on PCs will soon support 4K and NVIDIA’s latest graphics tricks >>
* Ask Google Search on Android to ‘play some music’ and… it will >>
* Real Engines Of Growth Have Nothing To Do With Growth Hacking >>

* Oculus Rift Perfectly Recreates … The Grocery Store? >>
* The most boring way to use an Oculus Rift is hilarious >>
* Vicarious Grabs A Huge, New $40M Growth Round To Advance Artificial Intelligence >>
* General Fusion making progress to a full size fusion reactor in about two to three years >>

* Algorithm Composes Music By Text Analyzing the World’s Best Novels >>
* This Facial Recognition Software Signals the End of the Security Guard >>
* In case you missed it: Day 4 of TED2014 >>

* How and Why the NSA’s Been Hacking Sys Admins Worldwide >>
* A Guide to Programming for Non-Programmers >>
* Microsoft exec: I don’t know HOW our market share sunk >>

* This Beautifully Simple App Wants to Change How Public Transit Works >>
* New Sensor Could Make Night Vision Contact Lenses A Reality >>
* Big Data becomes Personal: Knowledge into Meaning >>

* A.I. XPRIZE presented by TED >>
* Will An Artificial Intelligence Ever Deliver A TED Talk? >>
* Who Had Richer Parents, Doctors Or Artists? >>

* Military Future-Lasers Could Help Detect Bombs and the Flu >>
* Instead of futurists, let’s be now-ists: Joi Ito at TED2014 >>
* Tuition-free education for the world: Shai Reshef at TED2014 >>

* “Beyond the Higgs Boson” –Searching for the Existence of Unseen Particles and the Strong Force >>
* Larry Page Wants To Open Up Anonymous Medical Records For All Researchers To Use >>
* IBM Will Use Watson To Battle Brain Cancer >>

* DARPA Proposes Folding Space Telescope Design | Animation >>
* 360 Degrees of Milky Way at Your Fingertips >>
* Android coming to wearables — watches first >>

* Laura Deming has been a venture capitalist since she was 18 and she is obsessed with curing aging >>
* Why Earth remains capable of supporting life despite CO2 greenhouse gas emissions >>
* Puzzle Game 2048 Will Make You Forget Flappy Bird Ever Existed >>

* This Tech Wants To Make Your Phone More Human-Like, And It’s Coming Soon >>
* Singularity Surplus: Other News in Exponential Sci/Tech From the Week >>
* Genetically Engineered T Cells Used as a Weapon Against HIV/AIDS >>
* Future Everything Festival, Tools for Unknown Futures >>

* Spring 2014 >>
* Beyond the SmartWatch — Startups Push Body Monitoring Wearables >>
* ‘Shrapnel’ risk to future Moon surface missions >>

* NSA has reportedly been spying on Huawei’s servers for years >>
* The Year of Microsoft: 3 Announcements to Watch for at the Build Conference >>
* Microsoft’s Build powwow: Our wish list >>

* The future of artificial limbs >>
* Wireless companies fight for their futures >>
* Toilet tech fair tackles global sanitation woes >>

* What Happens To Your Body When You Get Drunk And Stoned At The Same Time? >>
* Why Apple can’t match Google’s all-seeing new smartwatches >>
* Doubt cast on evidence for wet Moon >>

* Could this radar spot Malaysia’s missing plane? >>
* This amazing pavilion in San Francisco was 3D-printed from sea salt! >>
* StratoBus airship prototype targeted within next five years (w/ video): >>

* How 3D printing will turn us all (back) into makers: Avi Reichental at TED2014 >>
* The amazing anatomy of James Webb Space Telescope mirrors >>
* Nanotechnology Incorporated Into Paper Electronics >>

* A DIY medical diagnosis app >>
* Zuckerberg and Musk back software startup that mimics human learning >>

* What Would You Pay for a ‘Brain Implant’ That Promises Near-Impossible Talents? >>
* NASA’s prettiest spaceship yet will take actual photos of alien worlds >>

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