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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 June 2015

* Electricity from your garden >>
* Japan seniors’ home deploys cloud-connected air conditioners, motion sensors >>
* Google Made A Chatbot That Debates The Meaning Of Life >>

* Stress Makes Your Brain Stronger: Try Fasting >>
* Freeze sperm at 18, bioethicist urges men >>
* Mushroom used in Chinese medicine ‘slows weight gain’ >>

* Computer Builds Mario Bros. Levels After Watching Youtube >>
* Self-driving Cars Successfully Avoid Collision >>

* The Computer Chip That Never Forgets >>
* Spacex talks about how and why they want to land rockets >>
* Northern Lights Shimmer in Gorgeous 5-Hour Time-Lapse (Video) >>

* Graphene Magnetic Sensor Hundred Times More Sensitive Than Silicon >>
* Same-sex marriage legalized in US >>
* Graphene-based magnetic sensor 100 times more sensitive than an equivalent silicon device >>

* Schizophrenia May Be the Price We Pay for a Big Brain >>
* DARPA Is Already Working On Designer Organisms To Terraform Mars >>

* You can put a rainbow filter over your Facebook profile photo in one click >>
* The flying car has arrived and it looks scary as hell >>
* New Process Can Print Stretchy Electronics Onto Your Clothes >>

* Crazy fast X-ray laser catches chemical reactions in the act >>
* Listening To The Voice Of The Patient In Precision Medicine >>
* New Process Can Print Stretchy Electronics Onto Your Clothes >>

* Rats dream about the places they wish to go >>
* Watch This Car Drive On Two Wheels For An Insane Record Two Minutes >>
* This Tactical Camera Ball Spots Danger Before Police Enter It >>

* Behold, the Latest Laser Built for Frying Rogue Drones >>
* This Nanobot Gun Could One Day Assemble Inside Your Body And Shoot You >>
* Robot Writers Need Something To Say >>

* Where Is The Internet-Of-Things Being Invented? Not In Silicon Valley >>
* Searching For The Next Wave Of Education Innovation >>

* ‘Close call’ between self-driving cars was just routine, Google and Delphi say >>
* Here’s what it’s like to control your lights with Siri >>
* The Quest for Lab-Grown Meat >>

* Nanoparticle-based Fibers Could Lead To No-fade Textiles With Structural Color >>
* Windows 10 Upgrades Cannot Be Stopped >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – June 26, 2015: Paul Sutter, CCAPP Visiting Fellow >>

* Google’s Cars are Now Smarter, and Slower >>
* Google and Delphi Robocars Meet on the Road >>
* Video Friday: iCub Is Evolving, Mind-Controlled Robot, and ROS for Drones >>

* Google’s new AI can answer dumb IT questions or tell you the meaning of life >>
* Spintronics advance brings wafer-scale quantum devices closer to reality >>
* Finally we will get free gigabit Wi-Fi everywhere and of course it will come from Google >>

* Could nanowires be the LEDs of the future? >>
* Engineers Just Broke the Capacity Limit For Fiber Optic Transmission >>
* This Insanely Hard, Self-driving Robot Race Takes Place In A Parking Lot >>

* Cold Wall Chemical Vapor Deposition produces graphene at 100 times the speed and 100 times lower cost >>
* Spacex talks about how and why they want to land rockets >>
* How That Lexus Hoverboard Actually Works >>

* Computers Are Getting a Dose of Common Sense >>
* This Touchable Midair 3D Laser Display Is Pretty Magical >>
* America’s Next Top Chef Is A Supercomputer From Ibm >>

* Psychosurgeons Use Lasers To Burn Away Mental Illness >>
* Mr. Robot was renewed for a second season before it premiered >>
* Smartphone-Sized Genetic Sequencer Transcribes Entire Bacterial Genome >>

* Google tests self-driving car that belongs in A Pixar movie >>
* A germ-free smartphone in the offing >>
* ‘Virtual reality’ therapy could treat alcoholism >>

* Can game theory explain the Greek debt crisis? >>
* These tiny robots are designed to assemble themselves into a syringe >>

* The Algorithmic Society and the Birth of Religion >>
* 3-D heart printed using multiple imaging techniques >>

* A Soda Can Explosion At 62,000 FPS >>
* Why A Post-Nuclear World Would Look Nothing Like “Mad Max” >>
* Update on the leading edge of brain implant research and Kurzweils predictions for brain implants in twenty years >>

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