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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 3 October 2015

* Sereneti Kitchen Robot Cooks So You Don’t Have To >>
* Microsoft, Tesla say software-defined batteries could mix and match power on the fly >>
* Martian Life Could Be a Biotech Bonanza >>

* EP. 383: APPROACHES TO ABSOLUTE ZERO >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – Oct 2, 2015: Water on Mars, Blood Moon Eclipses, and More Pluto! >>
* IBM Scientists Find New Way to Shrink Transistors >>

* NASA’s New-Horizons Spacecraft Zooms in on the Solar System’s Largest Moon –Pluto’s Charon >>
* Singularity, an ‘Error’ in Spacetime –A Look Back at the Epic Theorem >>
* Elon Musk elaborates on his proposal to nuke Mars >>

* Oxygen on Exoplanets May Not Mean Alien Life >>
* Russia’s big plans to modernize their nuclear powered submarines >>
* Video Friday: Walking on Ceilings, Cat-Inspired Legs, and Robot Grasps Tofu >>

* Robot See, Robot Do: How Robots Can Learn New Tasks by Observing >>
* IBM Solves Nanotube Transistor’s Big Shrinking Problem >>

* Honda Using Experimental New ASIMO for Disaster Response Research >>
* How Brain Scientists Outsmart Their Lab Mice >>
* What Will Alphabet Be When It Grows Up? >>

* Study of protein folds adds to evidence that viruses are alive and ancient >>
* New test detects almost all viruses that infect people, animals >>
* Robot With Bimetal Feet Can Walk in a Frying Pan Forever >>

* Want to give a tech demo or talk at TED2016? Apply to share your idea >>
* Final Spectre Trailer Is Non-Stop James Bond Action >>
* Mapping the 88 Million Ways That Humans Are Genetically Different >>

* Robots cleverly find their way through obstacle course with flick of a switch >>
* The Next Big Space Race? >>
* Oculus Rift consumer price will be more than $350 >>

* Android TV gets HBO Now and Showtime as Google reveals more apps, smart TV partners >>
* Microsoft gives more weight to gaming plans with physics engine acquisition >>
* Google Patents Holograms For Glass, Which Could Involve Magic Leap >>

* NZ rocket company signs deal to fly to the moon >>
* Self Assembling Artificial Microflower Blooms In Three Hours >>
* Soon, `smart’ glove to turn sign language into text >>

* ‘Exercise’ pills to keep you fit a reality soon >>
* Jaw-dropping images give us a first glimpse of Mars’ liquid water >>
* Search for Mars life stymied by contamination threat >>

* Intelligent people’s brains wired differently to those with fewer intellectual abilities, says study >>
* New 3D Printing Complex Microscopic Constructs using Human Cells >>

* IEET Fellow David Eagleman to host television series on how brain works >>
* Anti-love drugs? The ethics of a chemical break up >>
* Touchless displays superseding touchscreens? >>

* Scientists closer to controlling body temperature in response to ‘fight or flight’ >>
* What IBM Watson can do for elite athletes >>
* Flying to the edge of space without an engine is an idea so crazy it might just work >>

* Bring virtual reality field trips to your school with Google Expeditions >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 October 2015

* What 2,500 Sequenced Genomes Say About Humanity’s Future >>
* The Excruciating, 200-MPH World of Wingsuit Racing >>
* US F22 stealth fighter vs Russian T50 fighter >>

* Samsung denies using software to cheat TV energy efficiency tests >>
* Project Moonspike wants to send the first crowdfunded rocket to the Moon >>

* New prosthesis bypasses brain damage by re-encoding memories >>
* Combining the best parts of supercapacitors and Batteries with production like printing DVDs >>
* Forbes | The Kurzweilian logic of exponential growth in the interconnected era >>

* This Car Knows Your Next Misstep Before You Make It >>
* PC Magazine | These robots want out of the lab and into your house >>
* Scientists are developing an invisibility cloak for solar panels >>

* Scientists’ ‘practice run’ for saving the world >>
* 3D Memory Chips May Beat 3D Hybrid Memory Cube >>
* Why Lightbulbs Will be Hacked >>

* Take a look inside Japan’s Neon Genesis Evangelion bullet train >>
* Gut bacteria could be key in preventing asthma in children >>
* 3D Modeling Startup BioDigital Launches An API For The Human Body >>

* 1st Private Moon Landing Set for 2017 >>
* IBM Scientists Find New Way to Shrink Transistors >>
* Scientists Capture Hiv Spreading Through The Body In Real Time >>

* ‘Major’ IBM breakthrough breathes new life into Moore’s Law >>
* Tribeca and Lionsgate’s video-streaming service is now available >>
* Listening for Alien Life: Could New Tech Detect Microbe Movements? >>

* NASA Eyeing Venus, Asteroids for Next Low-Cost Robotic Mission >>
* Optical memory success which combined with photonic logic will enable computers 100 times faster than today >>
* Drones with 150KW High Energy Lasers in 2017 >>

* Goodbye MagStripe, Hello Chip Cards >>
* Boeing builds British Airways 787 Dreamliner in 4 minutes >>
* THESE ARE THE VOYAGES of the space probe Discovery >>

* Samsung TVs Reportedly Use Less Power in Efficiency Tests Than in Real Life >>
* LIVE STREAMING’S NEXT LUCRATIVE FRONTIER: YOGA >>
* Hands-on with LG’s dual-screen, dual-selfie camera V10 >>

* Tiny ‘supercapacitors’ could make batteries live longer >>
* Disney Research designs 3D-printed soft skin system for toy robots >>
* 3D PRINTING LETS SURGEONS LEARN TO CARVE EARS >>

* Asteroids are Moon’s main ‘water supply’ >>
* Patiala scientist developing nano sensors to detect cancer early >>
* ‘Electrosmog’ to help fight real smog >>

* Tokyo 2020: Stars of baseball, surfing, skateboarding & karate? >>
* We took Google’s self-driving car prototype through an obstacle course at the mall >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 October 2015

* Google’s secret strategy for controlling your home >>
* DOM Indoors’ Tiny Robots Can Assemble A Room In Minutes >>

* HITACHI SAYS IT CAN PREDICT CRIMES BEFORE THEY HAPPEN >>
* 3D ROBOTICS LAUNCHING SCI-FI VIDEO SERIES, ALL SHOT ON ITS DRONES >>

* NASA’s Search for Extraterrestrial Life in the Universe –“The Next Ten Years” >>
* Mobile Launcher Upgraded to Launch NASA’s Mammoth ‘Journey to Mars’ Rocket >>

* NASA Tests Lunar Rover Prototype with Eye Toward Flying Real Thing >>
* Self-assembling material could lead to artificial arteries >>
Interactive Video: Andy Weir Talks Mars, The Martian, and The Movie >>

* Tomorrow’s Space Suit: Personal “Gravity Pack” Comes Standard >>
* Harvard’s Robot Bee Is Now Also a Submarine >>
* The Mars Generation Suits Up >>

* Robot and AI Reads This Week >>
* Trick That Doubles Wireless Data Capacity Stands Up in Cell Network Tests >>
* Celebrating the 10 Year Anniversary of The Singularity Is Near >>

* Reseachers Create First Integrated Circularly Polarized Light Detector on a Silicon Chip >>
* Shooting Challenge: Vanishing Point >>
* Eight cores good, ten cores better: MediaTek resumes Qualcomm multi-core war >>

* Nvidia’s Game Streaming Service Launches Tomorrow, and Will Cost You $8 a Month >>
* THIS 3D PRINTED ROBOT CAN PICK UP EVEN YOUR MOST FRAGILE MESS >>
* Google literally dangles its new dongle in front of gasping TV audiences >>

* WATCH: THE FIRST GLOWING SEA TURTLE >>
* Gillmor Gang LIVE 09.30.15 >>
* Facebook Starts Letting You Add A 7-Second Looping Video As A Profile Pic >>

* Google’s Three-Step Formula for Happiness >>
* Could this be the end of the office as we know it? >>
* Tesla Model X revealed: 250-mile range, falcon doors, Ludicrous mode >>

* We Drove Tesla’s Crazy Fast Model X SUV >>
* $20 Million XPRIZE Takes On Carbon Emissions >>
* Google triples self-driving car fleet in four months >>

* Watson-Type Machine Learning Affordable for Small Business >>
* MotionEngine Wear Debuts >>
* ROBOT FINGERS TOUCH WITH FIBER OPTIC SENSORS >>

* CANCER WINS BY EATING ALL THE SUGAR >>
* Morals, Not Memories, Define Who We Are >>
* Google’s self-driving pod car unveiled >>

* 3 companies race to charge smartphones without wires >>
* Plastic eating worms could save the world >>
* Electrical barriers to tracking apps: Oz discusses shark deterrent techs >>

* Cure for age ­related blindness in sight? >>
* Singing cells in our brain >>
* Too much sleep can spell cardiac trouble >>

* AI Is About To Go Mainstream And Reshape The Workplace >>
* 3D-printing needle creates intricate objects in soft gels >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 September 2015

* RESEARCHERS MAKE ARTIFICIAL CELLS THAT CAN REPLICATE THEMSELVES >>
* The First Ever Optical Rectenna Turns Light Directly Into DC Current >>
* 2015 MACARTHUR FOUNDATION ‘GENIUS’ SCIENTISTS ANNOUNCED >>

* Beyond Higgs: Nature’s Top Quark Hints “Universe Could Suddenly Collapse” >>
* DARPA GIVES MIT LAB $32 MILLION TO PROGRAM LIVING CELLS >>
* We’re One Small Step Closer to a Working Light Saber >>

* Google’s new Chromecast Audio will make dumb speakers smart >>
* Google’s Chromecast 2.0 is faster, more colorful and still just $35 >>
* Android Marshmallow reaches devices next week >>

* Drones, electric barriers and sonar to help keep sharks away in Australia >>
* Dark Matter Dust Particles Could Cause Cancer in Humans >>
* Synthetic Biology Is Not Just Good, It’s Good For You >>

* Self-Rolling Dice Are One Less Physical Burden in Your Life >>
* A terrifying robot baby is teaching scientists about baby feelings >>
* A Huge Leap Forward is possible for the bottom 2 billion people within 5 to 10 years >>

* Watch a robot have an awful time building IKEA furniture >>
* Another Day, Another Origami Robot That Walks And Jumps >>
* Global Warming News: “Communicating Via Electrons Help Deep Sea Microbes Gulp Methane” >>

* Water on Mars Could Help Put Astronaut Boots on Red Planet >>
* One of Game of Thrones’ Biggest Secrets Is Being Revealed, And We’ve Got The First Details >>
* Tesla will have 745-mile range, fully autonomous vehicles by 2020 >>

* Google is making its self-driving cars drive more like people >>
* Something Strange Is Happening Inside Saturn >>
* Astronomy Picture of the Day >>

* Virtual Worlds for Online Learning: Cases and Applications >>
* Reclaiming Conversation: The Power of Talk in a Digital Age >>
* First optical ‘rectenna’ converts light to DC current >>

* How to make 3-D objects totally disappear >>
* Linux-powered botnet lets rip on victims with 180Gbps network floods >>

* This Element Could Have Made an Atom Bomb If Not for One Thing >>
* 34 Amazing Photos Of The Super Blood Moon >>

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