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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 August 2014

* How This Algorithm Detected The Ebola Outbreak Before Humans Could >>
* The internet is so big that it’s breaking routers >>
* Pattern Recognition Algorithm Recognizes When Drivers Are on the Phone >>

* Looking Ahead To Windows 9 >>
* World’s first ‘smartphone’ celebrates 20 years >>
* Gillmor Gang: What’s That Sound >>

* This Smartphone-Connected Device Will One Day Quickly Detect Your STDs >>
* Do Different Kinds Of Alcohol Get You Different Kinds Of Drunk? >>
* How DNA barcodes can beat the wildlife traffickers >>

* Robot hitchhiker nears end of 6000km journey across Canada >>
* Latest Google’s Voice Search allows you to choose up to five languages as your default >>
* Google Protects It Undersea Fiber Optic Cables… From Sharks >>

* This Pill Can Stop HIV >>
* Wonder What Google Street View Is Like With Sound? (Spoiler: Awesome) >>
* Paper; NASA Warping space time experiments need better detectors by 1 million x >>

* Could ‘genetically edited’ fruits avoid the GMO backlash? >>
* “Holey” Graphene Boosts Energy Density of Supercapacitors >>
* Video Friday: George Takei Meets Baxter, Jibo Origins, and Underwater Cake >>

* Introducing Project Voyager – Interstellar Trajectory and Mission Planning Tool >>
* Star Explosion’s Strange Shape Revealed in 3D (Video) >>
* How a 3D-Printed Wind Turbine Could Power Your Gadgets >>

* Cat owners claim their pets love ice cream and doughnuts, but it’s the fat they enjoy. >>
* Samsung + SmartThings: Will the Internet of Things Stay Open? >>
* You Are Not Nearly Scared Enough About Ebola >>

* Startup builds intrusion prevention system for home networks >>
* Flying Cars? Not Yet — But Electric-Powered Skates Have Finally Arrived >>
* In the Sharing Economy, Workers Find Both Freedom and Uncertainty >>

* 60,000 Oculus Rift DK2 Orders, 20,000+ Units Shipped, New Orders Ship In October >>
* Bill Gates Answers Ice Bucket Challenge With World’s Nerdiest Video >>
* Cars may soon know when you’re on the phone behind the wheel >>

* Intel’s next Xeon chip stuffs up to 18 cores into very powerful PCs >>
* Can’t Wait for Windows 9? It Could Be Coming Sooner Than You Think >>
* Are Google’s Underwater Cables at Risk for Shark Attacks? >>

* Cheaper solid state batteries hint at longer-lasting wearables >>
* Does net neutrality really matter? >>
* The next industrial revolution will be robot-based (video) >>

* Drug Could Regrow Hair in Some with Hair Loss >>
* Smart Tattoo Produces Electrical Power From Your Sweat >>
* Researchers develop defense against cyberattacks >>

* Revolutionary Optalysis Optical Computer will reach exaFLOP speeds >>
* Quantum Machine Learning Google Tech Talk >>
* Huge advance in optical telescope interferometry developing to enable imaging exoplanets >>

* Megaprojects often needed for transformational impact but too many have budget overruns >>
* Icarus Interstellar has the X-Physics Propulsion & Power Project (XP4) >>
* Hospitals in the U.S. Get Ready for Ebola >>

* Would you pay $400 for a wearable personal trainer? >>
* New vaccine to prevent chikungunya developed >>
* With Ebola Cases Still Few, Populous Nigeria Has Chance to Halt Its Outbreak >>

* When will CGI actors replace human ones? >>
* China has 740 million living in cities now, 840 million in 2020, 1 billion 2030 >>
* Automated ‘road trains’ of lorries coming to Britain next year >>

* This $500 Machine Could Change How You Do Laundry >>
* How to hack the net-connected home >>
* Singularity 1 on 1: The Curiosity Cycle >>

* Workaholism: The Addiction of this Century >>
* What?! The universe appears to Be missing some light >>
* ‘Shape-shifting’ material could help reconstruct faces >>

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