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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 September 2015

* Liquid water flows on today’s Mars, NASA confirms >>
* World’s tiniest snail is so small that 10 fit in a needle’s eye >>
* Rechargeable battery to power homes from rooftop solar panels >>

* Neural Implant Enables Paralyzed ALS Patient to Type Six Words per Minute >>
* How a Microscopic Supercapacitor Will Supercharge Mobile Electronics >>
* Multi-Year deal for ongoing upgrades to DWave Quantum Annealers with more quits for Google, NASA And USRA’s Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab >>

* Testing Neurons With Ultrasound >>
* Translational Stem Cell Research Conference 2015 >>

* Are You Ready for a Robot Colleague? >>
* John Markoff at The Interval: Robots and Humans >>

* Work in Transition >>
* On the Edge of Automation >>
* Elon Musk talks about 1200 kilometer range for Tesla Electric cars in 2020 >>

* Even Robots Suck at Building Ikea Furniture >>
* Watch This Magical Concrete Slurp Up 1,000 Gallons of Water In a Minute >>

* LG’s Crazy-Light Gram Series Laptops Are Ready To Take On Apple’s Macbook Air >>
* This Tiny 4-Gram Robot Jumps and Walks Using Memory Alloy Springs >>
* 110-Year-Old Electric Car Sells for $95,000 >>

* uBeam Banks $10M For Ultrasound Wireless Power >>
* Getaround’s Revenue Has Doubled To “Tens Of Millions” In The Last Six Months >>
* Google Is Preparing To Take Over Your Living Room >>

* LG’s Gram laptop is larger yet lighter than a MacBook Air >>
* Google Virtual-Reality System Aims to Enliven Education >>

* Smart Homes Need Smart Communities >>
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* First light-based memory chip puts SSDs on notice >>

* IBM Watson Gets Smarter Artificial Intelligence — Language, Vision And Speech >>
* Netflix For The Arts: New Samsung Gear VR App Aims To Make Virtual Access To Museums Mainstream >>

* Google is putting WiFi in 400 Indian train stations >>
* Can Math Predict Erratic Heartbeats? >>
* These Artificial Teeth Are As Tough As Real Ones >>

* How Your Brain Is Wired Reveals the Real You >>
* Why Humanity Keeps Putting Off the Trip to Mars >>
* Light-based memory chip is first to permanently store data >>

* Strong Solar Flare Triggers Brief Radio Blackout | Video >>
* Google bringing high-speed Wi-Fi to 100 Indian rail stations by the end of 2016 >>
* China’s first domestic aircraft carrier the Type 001A reported to be launched Dec 26, 2015 >>

* Design Tools for the Trillion-Device Future >>
* 2015–16 State of the Future >>
* These self-propelled microscopic carbon-capturing motors may reduce carbon-dioxide levels in oceans >>

* Brain-computer interface enables paralyzed man to walk without robotic support >>
* Pushing the resolution and exposure-time limits of lensless imaging >>
* NASA to Unveil Big Mars Discovery Monday: How to Watch Live >>

* Micromotors remove carbon dioxide in the lab and could eventually be scaled to remove from ocean >>
* Carbon fiber with Molybdenum disulfide promising for large scale hydrogen production >>
* NASA Is Sending Bacteria to the Edge of Space to See if They Can Hitchhike to Mars >>

* A Driverless Mercedes, Smart Drugs And The Complete Tree Of Life >>
* Smaller, Faster, Cheaper, Over: The Future of Computer Chips >>

* This totally crazy wingsuit video made me stop breathing >>
* TRAIN SURFING: terrifying Russian craze involves teens riding on top of trains at 150 mph >>

* Lucasfilm shows off VR prototype for ‘Star Wars’ filmmaking >>
* Gillmor Gang: Special Edition >>
* Nasa’s Mars rover ‘smarter’ than Curiosity >>

* Indian scientists’ discovery can lead to development of new antibiotics >>
* Mark Zuckerberg wants to bring the internet to everyone on the planet by 2020 >>
* The 10 craziest projects Google has acquired >>

* The 10 highest-paying jobs in Britain that don’t require a degree >>
* Volkswagen’s cheating engines can’t be easily fixed >>
* Virtual reality is about to go mainstream >>

* Google Is Bringing Vr To The Classroom >>
* Flowing Water on Mars: The Discovery in Pictures >>
* Searching for Life in Martian Water Will Be Very, Very Tricky >>
* Salty water seen flowing on Mars, not far from Curiosity rover >>

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