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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 July 2014

* Software That Can See Will Change Privacy Forever >>
* Cars May Think, But Will They Achieve Artificial Stupidity? >>
* 3D-printing objects containing multiple metals and alloys >>

* Scientist invents ice cream that changes color as you lick it >>
* Mota $99 3D Printer: Too Good To Be True >>
* ISS Leads to New Discovery “Things can Happen Out There that Can’t Happen Here” >>

* Startup Wants You to Capture the World in 3-D >>
* As IoT changes how carriers make money, Ericsson is buying new smarts >>
* Because Telcos Have One Very Big, And One Very Boring, Problem. Ericcson Acquires MetraTech >>

* Cortana now taps into Foursquare to give you recommendations for lunch >>
* Bits Blog: The ‘Sharing Economy’ Goes White-Collar >>
* Walk This Way: Smart Shoes Lead the Way for the Blind >>

* RadioShack to sell kits for IoT connectivity >>
* How long-term couples develop interconnected memory systems >>
* Wearable Technology: Better Looking But As Unnerving And Confusing As IoT >>

* Worldwide water shortage by 2040 >>
* Meet Microsoft’s Sharks Cove: A Raspberry Pi-style mini-PC running Windows 8.1 >>
* Intel’s next attempt to beat the Raspberry Pi will cost you $300 >>

* Perseus Cluster Mystery Persists- What We Found Could Not be Explained by Physics >>
* Video Time-Lapse Shows Spectacular Sky Above Desert National Park >>
* Brainstorming Doesn’t Work; Try This Technique Instead >>

* X-ray Glow: Evidence of a Local Hot Bubble Carved by a Supernova >>
* Alternative Nuclear fusion projects featured in Nature >>
* Can Winograd Schemas Replace Turing Test for Defining Human-Level AI? >>

* China real estate market correcting but not imploding >>
* Red Planet Seeks a Better Data Plan >>
* Can Computing Keep up With the Neuroscience Data Deluge? >>

* A Sky Portal in New Zealand >>
* IT Roadmap 2014 >>
* Can technology help us find love? >>

* San Diego Comic-Con: Where Tech Goes Pop >>
* Kid Took Apart a Microwave to Create an Insane (and Stupid) Weapon >>

* ‘Quantum Cheshire Cat’ becomes reality >>
* NASA is testing a laser-powered drill to explore Jupiter’s ice moon >>
* Hexapod Robot Gets Even Better at Being Indestructible >>

* Watch the full ‘Interstellar’ Comic-Con panel >>
* Holographic politicians could soon become a normal thing in the US >>
* 32 things you need to watch, read, and know from Comic-Con 2014 >>

* US ‘neighbourhood watch’ satellites take off >>
* Rocket Lab unveils 10-tonne rocket for sending satellites into space for $5 million >>
* NZ to get its own space programme by 2015 >>

* Alternative to Turing Test: ‘Winograd Schema Challenge’ >>
* Qualcomm planting seeds for 4K video, silicon brains in mobile devices >>
* Amazon opens 3D printing store >>

* Brain State Breadcrumbs Lead Way Back To Consciousness >>
* Building the Virtues Control Panel >>
* Running Could Add 3 Years to Your Lifespan >>

* Qblinks – Smartphone Remote Notification and Control >>
* Driverless cars, sexy robots, and flying trucks – this is the future >>
* Flying cars – landing at a humanitarian crisis near you soon? >>

* NASA Eyes Robotic Space Gas Stations for Satellites >>
* Can These Sunglasses Make You Happy? >>
* US Army researchers weigh the benefits of 3D-printed warhead parts >>

* Sexy Thoughts: The Mind Is Key in Female Orgasm >>
* Vision-correcting display makes reading glasses so yesterday >>
* Drones Could Grow to $11 Billion Industry by 2024 >>

* 3D printing helps designers build a better brick >>
* Facebook pushing users toward Messenger app >>
* VIDEO: Control a digger with smart goggles >>

* Photo App Makes You Wait an Hour for Your Snaps to ‘Develop’ >>
* How Apple, Google and the White House Hold More Productive Meetings >>
* Ebola outbreak explained in 60 seconds >>

* Is the internet now just one big human experiment? >>
* Spy plan ‘would cost taxpayers $100 a year’ >>
* TED talk: A 30-Year History of the Future >>

* Mothers transfer fear to their babies through odors >>
* Smart Brain Electrodes Move Automatically to Follow Individual Neurons >>
* Printed paper memory >>

* Happiness is inherited >>
* Last stand for middle class is taking place in a parking lot in massachusetts >>
* An Ingenious Plane Design That Makes Room for Your Carry-Ons >>

* Could We Ever Build an Artificial World? >>
* What happens when lightning hits the sea? >>
* This worm’s sperm invades and kills females of another species >>

* Top Doctor Dies From Ebola After Treating Dozens of Patients >>
* Psychology: Why bad news dominates the headlines >>
* ‘Pea-sized brain hub could shed light on depression’ >>

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