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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 November 2014

* Automatic Ingestion Camera Tracks Food Intake Accurately >>
* Powerwalk energy harvester is being tested by Marines >>
* BAE proposes tank-killing railgun by shrinking 2016 navy railgun for fighting vehicle >>

* Lighter, cheaper radio-wave device could double useful bandwidth in wireless comms >>
* We Are Running Out of Chocolate >>
* RIP Glen Larson, Creator Of Battlestar Galactica, Knight Rider And More >>

* Only Fraction Of Population Has Genotype That Makes Moderate Alcohol Consumption Heart Healthy >>
* ‘Killer robots’ need to be strictly monitored, nations warn at UN meeting >>
* Choose Powerline Adapters for Distance, Wireless AC for Speed >>
* Rent-a-Geek >>

* Tracking Fishy Behavior, From Space >>
* Kids can now program toys that talk to just about anything >>
* Knightscope’s Autonomous Robots Will Take on Security Jobs Normally Held by Humans >>

* Breakthrough Prize 2015: Turning Scientists Into Heroes >>
* This Is Everywhere We’ve Landed A Robot >>
* Electronic monitoring device may help lower salt intake >>

* The science of why we lie >>
* This App Is Supposed to Prevent You from Sending Drunk Tweets >>
* Tech-savvy teens create university-level inventions >>

* VIDEO: ‘Ambulance drone’ takes to the skies >>
* What Are You Really Eating? Wearable Camera Tracks Your Meals >>
* US plans to build world’s fastest supercomputers >>

* Why YouTube’s Music Key service is a big deal >>
* China Will have Two-Child Policy within 2 Years >>
* AT&T: Customers can opt out of tracking >>

* Dying Philae Robot Lab Streamed Back Data on an Alien World >>
* The Interstellar Robot Should Be the Future of Artificial Intelligence >>

* China Will haveTwo-Child Policy within 2 Years >>
* 7 IT Startups That Will Change How Businesses Innovate In 2015 >>
* What’s This Generation’s Segway? >>

* Best Idea Ever: Teaching Robots To Fight With Katanas >>
* 3 Reasons You Can’t Just Ask Customers What They Want >>
* Gillmor Gang: Silent Noise >>

* The Refrigerator as Wireless Charger >>
* Supercritical-Water-Cooled Reactor >>
* Google CEO Larry Page uses $375 billion resources to >>

* The Hackaday Prize Awarded to Satellite Ground Station Project >>
* Heat Your House with Someone Else’s Computers >>
* Nanofilm Serves as Artificial Retina >>

* ETH Researchers Develop a Thought-Controlled Genetic Interface >>
* IBM developing 100-petaflops supercomputers for national labs >>

* “Giant Cosmic Microphones” –Soon to Detect Gravitational-Waves from Ancient Black Hole Collisions >>
* This Robot Falls Like A Cat >>
* Google CEO Larry Page uses $375 billion company to transform the world >>

* The man who can hear Wi-Fi wherever he walks >>
* Can Fusion Energy Be Obtained Without the Death Star? >>
* XMED: This Is Your Brain on Prescription-Strength Video Games >>

* WiTricity: Electric Robocars Will Recharge Without Cables >>
* A Drop of Water and a Push Transfers 2-D Material Between Substrates >>
* The Feds are Funneling Phone Data Through Fake Cellular Sites in the Sky >>

* Rosetta comet landing day 3: live – Telegraph >>
* The Myth Of AI >>
* Scaled Inference Lands $8M From Khosla To Build A Cloud-Based AI Platform For All >>

* Marco View Makes Dark Matter Look Even Stranger >>
* Innovative ‘Starshade’ Tech Could Illuminate Rocky Alien Planets >>
* Mad man uses insane wingsuit jumper as his personal flying carpet >>

* Bionic arms could be workplace reality >>
* Being Happy at Work Matters >>
* IBM developing 150-petaflops supercomputers for national labs >>

* 13 Scientific Reasons To Drink Coffee >>
* Laser Umbrella >>
* Copying Old Ideas Is More Essential to Innovation than Creative Genius >>

* FUTURISM UPDATE (November 15, 2014) >>
* FUTURISM UPDATE (November 14, 2014) >>

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