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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 03 November 2014

* Virgin Galactic CEO sees new spacecraft ready next year >>
* This Device Could Make It Easier To Find Your Veins >>

* Hi-tech bracelet could use electrocardiograms as unique ‘fingerprint’ >>
* Lack of oxygen delayed the appearance of animals on Earth >>
* Watch The F-35B Hover For The First Time >>

* In 2014, countries are still paying off debt from World War One >>
* Artificial intelligence: machine v man >>

* Larry Page: AI will take jobs, but living will be cheaper >>
* How Universal Basic Income Will Save Us From the Robot Uprising >>
* HP 3D Printer will be ten faster, cheaper with 5 micron precision >>

* Google CEO Larry Page: Million Dollar Houses In Silicon Valley Should Only Cost $50,000 (GOOG) >>
* Google Has Changed Its Flu Prediction Tool After Getting It Really Wrong Last Year >>
* Elle Macpherson Says She Felt ‘Reborn At 50’ Due To Living Healthy In Her 40s >>

* Can we test for parallel worlds? >>
* The GPS that guides our brain >>
* Elon Musk and Other Visionaries Are Worried About the Future of AI >>

* The Challenge Of Connecting The Unconnected | TechCrunch >>
* Progress towards a medical device to help the paralyzed speak and multisensory mind-reading devices >>
* A model to unlock the money of wealthy people to get more disease cures through clinical trials >>

* What It Will Take to Become an Interstellar Civilization >>
* Network of defibrillator drones could boost heart attack survival from 8% to 80% >>
* Using radio waves to control the density in a fusion plasma >>

* LASERS TO ENABLE FUEL-EFFICIENT SUPERSONIC SPACE TRAVEL >>
* How Entanglement-Generating Satellites Will Make the Quantum Internet Global >>
* Nik Wallenda: Tightrope walker makes Chicago crossings >>

* China fielding its submarines with nuclear missiles >>
* Small, safer pressurized water thorium nuclear reactor design >>
* New device yields close-up look at cancer metastasis >>

* Orbital’s Rocket Disaster Narrows Space Station Resupply Options >>
* China will become a nuclear triad power this year >>
* HP 3D Printer will be ten faster, cheaper with 5 micron precision >>

* Stealth DNA-based carbon nanotubes tunnel into cells to deliver targeted drugs >>
* Uranium from seawater using metal organic frameworks >>
* Starwood rolls out smartphone-based room keys, starting with 10 of its hotels >>

* Nanomaterial Promises to Reduce Shutdowns of Concentrating Solar Power Plants >>
* Roger Shawyer still believes Emdrive will Scale to hundreds of Newtons per kilowatt >>
* Mobile 3D Clay Printer: Whole Houses from Local Mud & Fiber >>

* UK exploring smaller, safer pressurized water thorium nuclear reactor >>
* HP’s Attempt to Blend Physical and Digital Work >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – Oct. 31, 2014 >>

* Earth Dodges a Bullet — New Radar Images of Asteroid 2014 SC324 >>
* A Sidecar That Lets Strollers Accommodate an Extra Passenger >>
* Call Center Worker Suspended for Answering Calls With Robot Voice >>

* Scientists Listen In To The Seismic Soundscapes Of Human Activity >>
* The World’s Smallest 3D Printer Costs Less Than $300 >>
* Five questions for the woman who’s 3D printing edible fruit >>

* Mad Genius Radio Feels Like A Smarter Version Of Old-School Radio >>
* How Virtual Reality Could Transform Society >>
* Facebook’s Future Content Strategy Could Change the Way You Use the Internet >>

* Smart Meters and New IoT Devices Cause Serious Concern >>
* How Ebola is Messing With Our Brains >>
* AMD develops 20nm Xbox One chip, Xbox One Slim possible in 2015? >>

* Most Planets In the Universe Are Homeless >>
* Grown muscles and life-like joints could be the future of robotic movement >>
* Sharp smartband LCD uses 1,000 times less power >>

* Google reveals first functional Project Ara prototype (for real this time) >>
* Hungary ditches Internet tax plans after protests >>

* The Biggest Ship in the World (Though It Isn’t Exactly a Ship) >>
* How Facebook Could End Up Controlling Everything You Watch and Read Online | WIRED >>
* AT&T and Verizon are upping bandwidth on select data plans >>

* Can You Really get Ebola From Your Dog? (Op-Ed) >>
* Breaking down DNA by genome >>
* Motion-detecting toilet lights up to ensure men never miss the bowl in the middle of the night >>

* The mindreading machine that can listen to the ‘voices in your head’ >>
* Earth’s Water Existed 135 Million Years Earlier than Thought >>
* VIDEO: Prototype flying car shown off >>

* 3D printed drugs could revolutionise prescriptions >>
* IBM CEO Ginni Rometty Is Doing Everything She Can To Turn Her ‘Visionless’ Company Around >>
* Android Founder Ditches Google for Tech Startup >>

* FUTURISM UPDATE (November 01, 2014) http://lifeboat.com/blog/2014/10/fudate >>
* Why is returning to the moon so hard? >>
* Pirate Bay founder Gottfrid Warg gets lengthy jail term >>

* Random Image Experiment Reveals The Building Blocks of Human Imagination >>
* Reality Check for Google’s Nanoparticle Health Tests >>
* Our Machine Masters >>

* Weekly Space Hangout – October 31, 2014: Bad Week in Space >>
* What is an Intelligence Explosion, and Will It Kill Us All? >>
* What happens when your friend’s smartphone can tell that you’re lying >>

* Scientists Find Chances Of Fighting Ebola May Hinge On Genetics >>
* Branson shocked as Virgin spaceship crash kills pilot >>
* VIDEO: Virgin rocket crash ‘a massive setback’ >>

* The human copying machine >>
* Scientists trigger self-destruct switch in lung cancer cells >>
* Researchers find a way to listen in on vehicular vibrations >>

* Tao3D: a New Open-Source Programming Language For Real-Time 3D Animations >>
* The iBox Nano 3D printer is almost as cheap as it is tiny >>
* A Halloween party where the costumes are 3D-printed (and a little hot) >>

* Samsung Invents a New Energy Generating Method for Future Smart Devices using the Triboelectric Effect >>
* Virgin Galactic Spaceship Broke Apart in Flight Before Crash: NTSB >>
* ‘One Minute to Midnight’ turns political uprisings into a real-time strategy game >>

* CEOs and CFOs Are Adding Technologist To Their Job Descriptions >>
* There Is No ‘Healthy’ Microbiome >>
* Richard Branson’s Spacecraft Crashes >>

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