Archive for March 25, 2014

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 March 2014

* Cybathalon 2016: A Competition for Augmented Humans >>
* A zoomable 360-degree view of our galaxy >>
* Holographic imaging for rapidly sorting stem cells, cancer cells >>

* NVIDIA announces the Jetson TK1 dev-kit, calls it the world’s first mobile supercomputer >>
* New Solar Cell Doubles As a Touch Screen >>

* Your unconscious mind can detect a lie >>
* New maps for navigating human genome unveiled >>
* Hawking’s black hole puzzle solved, claims US physicist >>

* Self-Assembling DNA Cages Could Transport Medicine Inside Your Body >>
* Electric ‘thinking cap’ can help you learn faster, better >>
* Soft robot ‘slug’ oozes along with air pressure >>

* Augmented reality concept uses Google Glass to make reading the newspaper more like… reading a website >>
* The Curious Nature of Sharing Cascades on Facebook >>
* World’s 1st Robotic Planet Finder Discovers Two Alien Planetary Systems >>

* World’s 1st Robotic Planet Finder Discovers Two Alien Planetary Systems >>
* US Military’s XS-1 Space Plane Project Seeks $27 Million in 2015 Funding >>
* The Insanely Expensive F-35 Is Delayed Again, Now Because of Software >>

* These Close-Up Views Of Nature And Technology Are Awe-Inspiring >>
* NASA Designs The Spacesuit Of The Future >>

* Plasma tool for destroying cancer cells >>
* NVIDIA’s next-generation GPU is called Pascal, and it’s smaller, faster and more efficient >>
* F Cubed’s Biochip vs. the Hospital Superbug >>

* Getting Ever Closer! NASA Discovers 1st Earth-sized Exo-Planet in Red-Dwarf Star’s Habitable Zone >>
* Car Companies Take Expertise in Battery Power Beyond the Garage >>
* Lawmakers Float Their Own NSA Reform Bill >>

* MRI reveals genetic activity >>
* Virtual plant commissioning helps automation engineering >>
* Computer models solve geologic riddle millions of years in the making >>

* World’s First Airborne Wind Turbine to Bring Renewable Energy and WiFi to Alaska >>
* Artificial intelligence is the next big tech trend. Here’s why. >>
* Officials: No Ebola In Canada >>

* IBM’s Newest Invention Mimics the Human Brain on an Atomic Level >>
* Unconditional basic income ‘will be liberating for everyone’, says Barbara Jacobson | Video >>
* The Next Great Era: Envisioning A Robot Society: Robin Hanson at TEDxTallinn >>

* A top neuroscientist warns that human cyborgs are a terrible idea >>
* Atoms and light get together to form cool, complex patterns >>
* Guinea Ebola outbreak: Bat-eating banned to curb virus >>

* Marc Andreessen Calls Warren Buffett An Old White Man Crapping On Technology He Doesn’t Understand >>
* This chamber simulates Mars right here on Earth >>
* HTC One smartphone phone uses depth sensor to refocus >>

* Science Compared Every Diet, and the Winner Is Real Food >>
* Apples Vs. Oranges: Google Tool Offers Ultimate Nutrition Smackdown >>

* Tom Cruise trains through time travel in new ‘Edge of Tomorrow’ trailer >>
* Why Doctor Who’s Greatest Challenge Could End In Heartbreak >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 March 2014

* Record-breaking atom laser to hunt quantum gravity >>
* Incredible Technology: Giant Starshade Could Help Find an Alien Earth >>
* NASA astronomer finds first Earth-sized planet in habitable zone >>

* LG’s Smart Bulb Connects With Your Smartphone >>
* Aros Smart Window Air Conditioner Is Controlled by Your Smartphone >>
* Doors Locked? Stove Off? Your Phone Knows >>

* Wearable tech for HORNY COWS: Biz slurps £3m for bovine arousal detectors >>
* Sulon Cortex Headset Seeks to Meld Real and Virtual Worlds >>
* Google Now officially lands in Chrome >>

* How Satellite Company Inmarsat Tracked Down MH370 >>
* Apple Is In Talks With Comcast About Doing A Web-Based TV Service >>
* The One Thing Apple Needs to Do to Revolutionize TV May Be Impossible >>

* Internet of Things North America 2014: conference program >>
* VIDEO: Watson ‘can’t wait’ to graduate >>

* There’s An Ebola Outbreak — Here’s Why That’s So Scary >>
* Gene linked to intellectual disability critical to brain development in humans >>
* Chemo-vaccine combo reduces lung tumors in mice >>

* Scientists discover material that can be solar cell by day, light panel by night >>
* What Happens To The Surrounding Stars When One Of Them Goes Supernova? >>
* What will be the most important driver of change in the future? >>

* Living Materials Respond to the Environment and Communicate With Each Other >>
* Can’t Handle The Steep Hill? Take A Ride On This Bike Elevator >>
* Hasselblad Camera, Used on the Moon, Sells For Nearly a Million Bucks >>

* The fish with FOUR eyes: Deep sea creature has 360° vision to spot prey, predators and a mate >>
* The amazing anatomy of James Webb Space Telescope mirrors >>
* MIT Researcher Enlists Bacteria To Assemble Nanotech Materials >>
* Judge: IP-Address Is Not a Person and Can’t Identify a BitTorrent Pirate >>

* If You Like Your Internet, You May Not Be Able To Keep it >>
* Shapeways CEO Peter Weijmarshausen To Talk About The Future Of 3D Printing At Disrupt NY 2014 >>

* College Grads Are Taking High School Grads’ Jobs and Delivering Better Results >>
* Butterfly Wings Are Mind-Blowing Under A Microscope >>
* SpaceX Resupply Mission To Launch March 30 >>

* Finally, a Way to Remove and Reuse Valuable Particles from Wastewater >>
* The future is coming. 6 ways it will change everything >>
* Moons of Alien Gas Giants –“Are They the Best Bet for Extraterrestrial Life?” >>

* Cosmologists Cast Doubt on Inflation Evidence >>
* How Advanced Mobile Networks Could Power Themselves >>
* Anti-counterfeit patterns made from nanowires are ‘nearly impossible’ to replicate >>

* High temperature gas nuclear reactor cooperations within China and a US and Europe deal >>
* Three New Pacemakers from SJM, Including a Quadripolar, Approved in U.S. >>

* Jarvis is the Intel-powered personal assistant that knows what you want before you do. >>
* One Drug to Shrink All Tumors >>

* Bot & Dolly and the Rise of Creative Robots >>
* Electric “thinking cap” controls learning speed >>
* NASA’s cold fusion tech could put a nuclear reactor in every home, car, and plane >>

* Parallel programming may not be so daunting >>
* New project aims to upload a honey bee’s brain into a flying insectobot by 2015 >>
* Construction on the world’s tallest building will reportedly start on April 27th >>

* Google rejects military funding for its advanced humanoid robot >>
* Using a drone to hunt animals will be illegal in Alaska >>
* The NSA is burning down the web, but what if we rebuilt a spy-proof internet? >>

* How Big Is The Universe? >>
* Smartphones And Mealtime: Turn Device-Avoidance Into A Game >>
* Shape-shifting claytronics: wild future here by 2020, experts say >>

* IBM researchers’ algorithm explores tweets for home location cues >>
* Scientists meet in Japan after grim climate forecast >>
* New Wearable Antenna Could Aid in Health Monitoring >>

* Microfluidic device has artificial arteries, measures blood clotting >>
* Active mothers have active children, says study >>
* Now, a nasal spray for depression >>

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