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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 May 2015

* Google partners with Levi’s to produce interactive clothing >>
* Watch A Tiny Origami Robot Crawl, Climb, Swim, And Dissolve >>
* Scientists Have Worked Out Why Swiss Cheese Has Holes >>

* The Most Important Insights From Mary Meeker’s 2015 Internet Trends Report >>
* Gillmor Gang: Medium Fries >>
* Scientists recover ‘lost’ memories using brain stimulation by blue light >>

* MIT’s Cheetah robot can jump over hurdles while running >>
* Google I/O 2015 – Keynote >>
* What If Facebook Actually Paid People For Content? >>

* Meet An Origami Robot That Can Build Itself, Run Around, And Then Dissolve >>
* Virtual Worlds: Visit Van Gogh’s Masterpiece ‘The Night Café’ in Virtual Reality >>
* Weekend ‘Galaxy’ Insight –“We May be One of the Early Advanced Species in the Universe” >>

* “Observing 20 Billion Galaxies” –The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST) >>
* NASA’s Journey to Mars Ramps Up with InSight, Key Tests Pave Path to 2016 Lander Launch >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – May 29, 2015: Dr. Bradley M. Peterson >>

* Transhumanism and Adaptive Radiation >>
* Is the Big Bang Cycling Through Hidden Time? >>
* Terrestrial energy allying with the University of Manchester on molten salt reactor development >>

* Light electric stimulation of the brain may improve memory for people with schizophrenia >>
* A 99% biodegradable computer chip >>
* Special Report: Hacking the Human OS >>

* Google Wants You to Control Your Gadgets with Finger Gestures, Conductive Clothing >>
* A Temporary Tattoo That Senses Through Your Skin >>
* Virtual Eyes Train Deep Learning Algorithm to Recognize Gaze Direction >>

* CESAsia 2015: Stephen’s Show Floor Sightings, Part II >>
* Real-Time Texting App Lets You Interrupt Without Saying a Word >>
* IBM Watson’s Recent Acquisitions Might Make It a Knowledge Machine You Can Actually Use >>

* The Vagus Nerve: A Back Door for Brain Hacking >>
* The Race to Build a Real-Life Version of the “Star Trek” Tricorder >>
* Medical ‘millirobots’ could replace invasive surgery >>

* Power Sector Finds a New Set of Customers: Cars >>
* Self-Healing Actuators Make Breaking Your Robot No Big Deal >>
* How Computer Modelers Took On the Ebola Outbreak >>

* Supercapacitors Take Huge Leap in Performance >>
* Google’s Skynet Drone Crash-Landed in the Desert and Nobody Noticed >>
* This Futuristic Megamall Wants to Make Shopping Eco-Friendly >>

* Microsoft’s Illumiroom Rolls Virtual Grenades Straight Into Your Living Room >>
* Google’s A.I. Is Training Itself To Count Calories In Food Photos >>
* Hyperloop is Getting a Test Track in California >>

* Why Cold Water Washing Is the Future of Laundry >>
* Plenty of reasons to keep using landers on Mars >>
* Q&A: Repel mosquitoes with an app >>

* Soon, prosthetic hands with a sense of touch >>
* Scientists find new strategy to starve HIV to death >>
* Google Wants to Put a Touch Sensor on Your Pants >>

* Google’s Ultra-Cheap Virtual Reality Now Works With iPhones >>
* Nanjing to Hawaii: Take-off for Solar Impulse 2 >>
* Google unveils Android ‘M’ software with focus on security and battery life >>

* Why Project Tango could help Google make virtual reality even better >>
* Google working with Levi Strauss to make smart clothes >>
* Nasa is confident about finding life on Europa in its next mission >>

* Scientists reveal the hidden hazards that could trigger huge quakes and tsunamis off Californian coast >>
* Dinosaurs laid brightly colored eggs >>

* The Future of AI, Physics & Maths >>
* Intelligent life: Why don’t we consider plants to be smart? >>
* Microsoft’s ‘Cortana’ faces off against ‘Siri’ >>

* How will customers benefit from Android pay? >>
* Project Soli: Google’s new experiment to put gesture controls everywhere >>
* New Alloy Bounces Back Into Shape 10 Million Times And Counting >>

* Project Jacquard: Google reinvents the wearable as stuff you actually wear >>
* What Would It Take to Double a Cell Phone’s Battery Life? >>
* NVIDIA Introduces AndroidWorks To Streamline Game Development For All Android Devices >>

* First Ultraviolet Quantum Dots Shine In an LED >>
* Hands On With The NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV Device — It’s A Winner >>
* Android M Vs Android Lollipop: The Differences In Google’s New Android 6.0 >>

* Android TV will display video apps as traditional channels >>
* Solar Impulse plane begins Pacific crossing >>
* Drones take whale science to new heights >>

* What does the man who runs Google’s most important products want? >>
* Ultracold Experiment Could Solve One of Physics’s Biggest Contradictions >>
* Google will hold a summit on ubiquitous computing with developers this fall >>

* The debate on lethal robots is starting too late >>
* Here’s How Auroras Probably Look On Mars >>

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