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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 August 2015

* Stephen Hawking says he has a way to escape from a black hole >>
* OSIRIS REx: Asteroid Sample Return >>
* MIT unveils world’s first ‘crash proof’ computer >>

* Google Wants To Use Your Car’s GPS To Track Potholes >>
* An Algorithm Can Quickly Find the Killer in an Agatha Christie Mystery >>
* App gives smartphone snaps more than 5 million different filters >>

* Making hydrogen fuel from water and visible light at 100 times higher efficiency >>
* First-Generation “Robot Scientist” to Search for Underlying Laws of Nature >>
* Private Space Stations Could Be a Reality by 2025 >>

* Microsoft’s MobileFusion lets you scan 3D objects via smartphone >>
* Researchers envisage swarms of tiny drones for dangerous rescue missions >>

* Tri-alpha Energy targets 1 second plasma duration at 100 million degrees in the one to three years >>
* Profile: KSI Data Sciences Defies the Coming Drone Data Deluge >>
* Li-Fi in the ER >>

* Meteors and Milky Way over Mount Rainier >>
* Vysor puts your Android device in a desktop browser window >>
* Salesforce Lightning Ushers In New Design For Core CRM Product >>

* The Air Force Wants You to Trust Robots–Should You? >>
* How Intel’s Future Goes Way Beyond the PC >>
* Gene study confirms low Vitamin D, multiple sclerosis link >>

* This MIT presentation reveals why the Mars One colony isn’t feasible >>
* Salesforce finally kills its embarrassing old look and starts over >>
* Capturing the Wonder of the Sea in Stunning Black and White >>

* Cheerleaders hired to motivate programmers >>

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