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Futueseek Daily Link Review; 14 January 2016

* A battery that shuts down at high temperatures and restarts when it cools >>
* Programmable Material Algorithm Solves Universal Coating Problem >>
* Why evolution may be intelligent, based on deep learning >>

* Air Mule Hovercraft Ambulance Flies Autonomously >>
* Physicist Tweets Rumor That Gravitational Waves May Have Finally Been Detected >>
* Nasa Considers Titan And Enceladus For Next New Frontiers Mission >>

* Book: The Patient as CEO: How Technology Empowers the Healthcare Consumer >>
* Integrated CPU graphics are catching up with discrete graphics cards, says Intel >>

* Artificial Intelligence: Friend Or Foe Of The Middle Class And The Knowledge Economy? >>
* Authentic Drugs Tagged with Plant DNA Could Help Snare Fake Meds >>

* 25 skills you’ll need to master if you want to land a job in 2016 >>
* Scientists may have detected gravity waves for the first time ever >>
* Inside the Lab Where Invisibility Cloaks Are Made >>

* Ultra-Thin Sensors Flex for Medicine >>
* Brain receptor regulates fat burning in cells >>
* HTC CEO Cher Wang: “We had to rethink phones as a company. VR is more important.” >>

* The Industrialist’s Dilemma >>
* Solo drone extends its capabilities with a parachute and 360 degree camera >>
* 5 Predictions for Artificial Intelligence in 2016 >>

* The Future of Intelligent Machine Communication –From Apple’s Siri to Honda’s Robot Asimo >>
* Who Owns Space Shuttle Atlantis? Trademark Question Cited in Lawsuit >>
* One-Eyed Bug Vision Helps Drones Land >>

* “Printing Press” Method Stamps Out Gold Nanoparticles With New Properties >>
* Graphene Flakes Make Laser Neuron Superfast >>
* A Robot Life Preserver Goes to Work in the Greek Refugee Crisis >>

* Magnetic MoonWalker Shoes Ditch Gravity >>
* Spacex Trying Ambitious 2nd Rocket Recovery Landing In 4 Weeks >>
* Could this common painkiller become a future cancer-killer? >>

* Advanced Nuclear Startup Terrestrial Energy Lands Initial Funding >>
* AI is not needed to address Population, Climate Change, Human Development and Education >>
* Project Pacer And the Unbuilt Pacer Economy Part 2: Ralph Moir’s 2 Kiloton Variant and the Future of Pacer >>

* Boeing Wants to Turn the Interiors of Its Planes Into Giant Screens >>
* What Are Gravitational Waves And Why Do They Matter? >>
* Smart Scanner Will Make It Easier To Digitize Archaeological Relics >>

* DARPA’s developing an unjammable communications chip >>
* Algorithms Claimed To Hunt Terrorists While Protecting the Privacy of Others >>

* Swallowing this smart nano pill could stop us from making diet mistakes >>
* Watch this tiny car drive through Santa Cruz with a 360 view >>
* Amazing New Paste From Japan Heals Cavities Without Drilling >>

* FGF21, The Hormone That Makes You Live Longer, Boosts Your Immune System And Activates Weight Loss >>
* Microsoft bought a little company’s technology to boost Skype in the workplace >>
* A Coral Reef Revival >>

* Medgadget @ CES 2016: Samsung Shows Off S-Patch Wearable Featuring Its Bio-Processor Chip (VIDEO) >>
* Microsoft may have cancelled the PC sales apocalypse >>
* Scientists asked 2,799 people from 12 countries to define ‘happiness’ — here’s what they said >>

* Why evolution may be intelligent, based on deep learning >>
* Marc Andreessen: ‘In 20 years, every physical item will have a chip implanted in it’ >>
* Medgadget @ CES 2016: Profusa Unveils Long-Term Implanatable Biosensor >>

* The $100bn robotics opportunity >>
* Traces of the First Stars in the Universe Possibly Found >>
* How Much Light Is in the Universe? >>

* Potential of Graphene Nanoribbons in Electronics Gets a Boost >>
* Fluttering Flag Generates Power From Wind >>
* Let’s Bring Rosie Home: 5 Challenges We Need to Solve for Home Robots >>

* Non-Invasive Nerve Stimulator Tamps Down Brainwaves That Cause Migraines >>
* 3D printing and advanced computer modeling was used to develop China Y-20 military transport aircraft >>
* Big Pharma Doubles Down on CRISPR for New Drugs >>

* Nasa’s Heavy Lift Rocket Is Plagued With Problems >>
* Google X Is Now Just Called ‘X’ >>
* The Fixed-wing Flying Er >>

* Stephen Hawking reckons he’s cracked the black hole paradox >>
* VR brings better motion capture to your video games >>
* LG plans to triple its solar panel production by 2020 >>

* Star clusters could host long-lived technological civilisations >>
* UK scientists ready to genetically modify human embryos >>

* The internet is absolutely loving these mesmerising mermaid pillows >>
* Look at the Largest Residential Pool in the World >>

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