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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 September 2015

* Could We Terraform the Sun? >>
* Can eating more than six bananas at once kill you? >>
* 5 Reasons Why An International Space Station Should Really Orbit The Moon >>

* DARPA Is Developing Human Bio-Factories to Brew Lifesaving Vaccines >>
* Samsung Chip to Bring 6GB of RAM to Your Smartphone >>
* As PlayStation turns 20, Sony looks to future beyond games >>

* Robot journalist introduced in China >>
* New lab-on-chip device to cut health test costs >>
* Our moon is surrounded by neon >>

* The jobs that AI can’t replace >>
* What is artificial intelligence? >>
* Colonizing Mars With 3D Printed Sfero Habitats Made from Local Materials >>

* A Pregnancy Souvenir: Cells That Are Not Your Own >>
* Legendary Productivity And The Fear Of Modern Programming >>
* The Brain vs Deep Learning Part I: Computational Complexity — Or Why the Singularity Is Nowhere Near >>

* Internet of Things could get big battery free Devices powered by Wi-Fi signals >>
* Behold the Blazing Splendor of the Sunflower Galaxy >>
* Super Mario Bros. Turns 30 Today — When Did You First Play? >>

* Flickr wants you to explore photos in VR >>
* 283 DEVELOPERS HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO POPCORN TIME, SO FAR >>

* Why We’re Looking For ET All Wrong >>
* iOS Dev: Why Apple TV Is ‘Game Over’ For Xbox One And Ps4 >>
* TV Bundles Challenge Apple to Make a Deal >>

* Is Apple’s competitive edge dangerously fading away? >>
* DNA From Neanderthal Relative May Shake Up Human Family Tree >>
* Self-destructing computer chip can protect top secret data >>

* Google hires auto industry veteran to run self-driving car project >>
* Prosthetic hand restores a man’s sense of touch >>
* A Video-Game Algorithm to Solve Online Abuse >>

* Flickr wants you to explore photos in VR >>
* Can red wine and chocolate really stave off Alzheimer’s disease? >>
* It’s My Nervous System That’s Lazy >>

* How smart can the electricity grid be? >>
* An atomic laser capable of operating at a wavelength of 0.15 nanometers >>
* A Video-Game Algorithm to Solve Online Abuse >>

* Holy Crap, Look At This Crocodile Jumping Vertically Out Of A River >>
* Rogue Dolphin Takes Down A Paddle Surfer >>

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