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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 09 November 2014

* Elon Musk could participate in network of 700 smaller space satellites for internet service >>
* First-Ever Comet Landing Next Week to Be Truly Epic, Scientists Say >>

* Google set to store genetic information for $25 per person in bid for personalised medicine >>
* The Big Picture: building a 3D-printed moon base >>
* Decoding cell division will be key to creating artificial chromosomes >>

* 60 seconds with the team determined to make every car a smart car >>
* Scientists create ‘see-through’ mice that could help show how cancer develops >>
* IBM Reboots Its Research to Focus on Cognitive Computing | MIT Technology Review >>

* Millennials Will Become The Majority In The Workforce In 2015. Is Your Company Ready? >>
* The Lady Vanishes: Women Watch Less Traditional TV >>
* A Virtual Feast >>

* Top Christmas toys have ‘more computer power than Apollo mission’ >>
* Zuckerberg: Most of Facebook Will Be Video Within Five Years >>
* The robotic worm >>

* The End of the Throw Away Appliance | WIRED >>
* IBM Expects Watson Artificial Intelligence to earn $10 billion per year within 10 years >>
* China will get more global High speed rail domination >>

* Plasma-Surfing Machine Brings Mini-Accelerators Closer [Video] >>
* Joblessness, inequality top global concerns in 2015: report >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – November 7, 2014 >>

* Hey! Keep Your Hands on the Wheel! >>
* Weekly Roundup: ‘Uncontrollable fame,’ the ‘budget mobile’ era and cultural dullness >>

* C3PO claims that Star Wars Episode 7 will be better than Empire Strikes Back >>
* The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies is alive in official trailer >>

* How Intelligent Machines Could Take Over the GSM Network >>
* This Free Throw-Making Robot Could Probably Crack the 76ers Roster >>

* Navy Wants A Robot Boat To Protect Their Fragile Ship >>
* Big Hero 6 Is One Of The Year’s Best Science Fiction Films, Period >>
* Google Genomics can store your entire genome online for a mere $25 a year >>

* The Largest Kuiper Belt Object Isn’t Pluto Or Eris, But Triton >>
* Facebook gives you more News Feed control with faster unfollowing >>
* Weekly Roundup: ‘Uncontrollable fame,’ the ‘budget mobile’ era and cultural dullness >>

* Discovery of “Higgs Boson” Points to an Undiscovered Force of Nature >>
* Robotics Industry is far smaller than Global Outsourcing >>
* Artificial Intelligence as a Threat >>

* ‘Direct writing’ of diamond patterns from graphite a potential technological leap >>
* Students Link Brains to Fire Video Game Cannon >>
* Taiwanese Researchers Report Progress Towards a Magnesium-ion Battery >>

* Low Cost Millimeter Sensors can provide Haptic Feedback for Robotic Surgery >>
* Magic Leap Draws From the Bay Area to Assemble Its Brain Trust >>
* Design principles of the assistive soft exosuit >>

* Rocky Road Ahead for Space Tourism >>
* The Genius of the Beast: A Radical Re-Vision of Capitalism >>
* How to store solar energy for use at night more cost-effectively >>

* Astronomers capture best image ever of planet formation >>
* Software Designs Products by Simulating Evolution >>
* When AI Experts Have “It’s Alive!” Moments >>

* Why Nearby Phones May Soon Be Borrowing Your Bandwidth >>
* Nanodiamond Production Technique Opens Up Electronic Applications >>
* Landing On A Comet Is Extremely Difficult | Video >>

* Bracing for the Falls of an Aging Nation >>
* Japan wants elder care robots instead of foreign workers >>

* Launching tiny interstellar spacecraft from Jupiter >>
* Graphene-based Supercapacitors Take Another Crack at All-electric Vehicles >>
* Rethinking Databases for an Avalanche of Genetic Data >>

* Will Google Inbox Help You Conquer Email Overload? [Video] >>
* Watch This Sea Lion Chase Down A Boat Going 25 MPH >>

* How to check if your universe should exist >>
* Ancient DNA shows earliest European genomes weathered the Ice Age >>
* Low Cost Millimeter Sensors can provide Haptic Feedback for Robotic Surgery >>

* New research lights the way to super-fast computers >>
* Simulated Interstellar Black Holes >>
* The first genetically modified potato >>

* Microsoft Develops Navigation System for Blind Folks (VIDEO) >>
* 60 seconds with a simple but smart home monitoring device >>
* Software Designs Products by Simulating Evolution >>

* Human blood stem cells genetically ‘edited’ >>
* How to Lock Down Your Internet-Enabled Houseful of Gadgets >>

* This Robot Can Tap People Until They Hallucinate >>
* Elon Musk Is Next In Line To Connect To The Third World >>
* Science Needs More Women (And Not For The Reason You Think) >>

* Lego will make an official The Big Bang Theory set >>
* Now Google Wants Your Genome, Too | MIT Technology Review >>
* JIBO >>

* NASA’s Most Complex 3D-Printed Rocket Part Yet Passes Test (Video) >>
* Vodafone should quit Australia: bank >>
* New report warns 50 per cent of jobs will be redundant by 2025 >>

* Why was the first compiler written before the first interpreter? >>
* How Your Brain Decides Without You >>
* How the Word “OK” Was Invented 175 Years Ago >>

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