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Futueseek Daily Link Review; 4 December 2015

* Researchers claim they’ve built the first 3D color hologram >>
* New Nanoparticle Fusing Method Could Put Tiny Complex Circuits on Paper >>
* Evidence that our Sun could release ‘superflares’ 1000x greater than previously recorded >>

* No one needs to fear Facebook M for a good while >>
* Lessons Learned from Observing 90 Untrained Participants Abusing a Flying Robot >>
* DARPA has been working on hand held Magnetic jet guns and China is copying it >>

* Men and Women Alter a Home’s Bacteria Differently >>
* The Innovation Group launches The Future 100 >>

* Finally, a smartphone you can wash with soap and water >>
* Gene drive one of many ways to prevent ocean suffocation Doomsday scenario >>
* Cars Could Follow the Flight of the Bumblebee >>

* 30 GENES OUT OF 40,000 EXTEND LIFESPAN >>
* How Supercomputing Can Survive Beyond Moore’s Law >>
* A Smarter Kind of Crash Test Dummy >>

* Patients Favor Changing the Genes of the Next Generation with CRISPR >>
* A Supercharged System to Teach Robots New Tricks in Little Time >>
* Spacecraft Launches to Test the Hunt for Ripples in the Fabric of Spacetime >>

* 400-YEAR-OLD HEARTS HAD SAME DISEASES AS HEARTS OF TODAY >>
* Everything You’ve Ever Wanted To Know About Digital Camera Sensors >>
* Here’s How To Use Google Play Music From a Desktop App >>

* Reinventing Cancer Surgery—By Designing A Better Hospital Experience >>
* WATCH A PERSONAL FLYING MACHINE BUILT BY STUDENTS TAKE OFF >>
* A SINGLE BREATHALYZER FOR BOTH WEED AND BOOZE >>

* How Scientists Study Wasp Stings Without Getting Stung >>
* Nokia’s $60,000 Virtual Reality Camera Goes On a Drone Test Flight >>
* YouTube reportedly seeks licenses for Hollywood movies and TV episodes, yet again >>

* Google’s latest app can turn Android phones into VR cameras >>
* Cellphones Really Are Not As Good As They Were 10 Years Ago At Making Calls >>

* Is AI Development Moving In the Wrong Direction? >>
* Microsoft Facial Recognition Project Allows Computers To ‘See’ Your Mood >>
* This enormous 10TB disk drive will hold 15 hours of VR footage >>

* The ‘Star Wars’ VR experience for Google Cardboard is here >>
* Google image search now lets you save photos to your browser >>
* Developers get new tools from Google to analyze images >>

* ROBOTS CAN LEARN BY PLAYING, JUST LIKE BABIES >>
* Pay $10 to dump your girlfriend? Now you can >>
* DirecTV to Offer Live 4K Broadcasts in 2016 >>

* Amazon Fire TV Can Now Control Your Smart Home >>
* New antibiotic jab may treat whooping cough >>

* Critical Cygnus Return to Flight Mission via Atlas V Set to Restore US Cargo Launches to ISS – Watch Live >>
* “A New Hint in the Decade-Long Quest to Explain Mysterious Radio Pulses from Deep Space” >>
* Cygnus Spacecraft Hauling Science to Space Station on Return-to-Flight Mission >>

* Russian plans manned mission to Moon and moon base around 2030 >>
* What If We Get The Ability To Extract By Nanotech Rare Elements From The Bulk of The Earth? >>
* George Church confident of reversing some aging in humans by 2022 >>

* Kepler: A New Look at False Positives >>
* The High-Stakes Race to Rid the World of Human Drivers >>
* Watch This Robot Solve a Rubik’s Cube in a World Record 2.39 Seconds >>

* Mind-Controlled Robot Suits Help the Paralyzed Move Again >>
* Teaching AI to Play Atari Will Help Robots Make Sense of Our World >>

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