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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 March 2016

* Human OS: Scientists Flip Switch on Genes With a Magnet >>
* Rats vs. computers vs. rat cyborgs in maze navigation >>
* All 2.3 Million Species Are Mapped into a Single Circle of Life >>

* BMW Presents Vision For Next 100 Years While Acknowledging Past Sins >>
* Ford Just Patented an Absurd Movie Screen Windshield For Driverless Cars >>
* Google Opens Project Fi Mobile Network To Everyone In The U.S. >>

* Amazon Video could deliver VR content to your headset in the future >>
* Facebook wants to detect slang before it’s popular >>
* Nanoscale rotor and gripper push DNA origami to new limits >>

* Boeing develops airplane bathroom that cleans itself in 3 seconds >>
* Some Olympic events will air in 8K and VR this year >>
* Meteorologists May Be On The Verge of Forecasting Tornadoes Weeks In Advance >>

* Fox Sports will stream the Big East hoops tournament in VR >>
* Review: Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are the phones we’ve craved >>
* Machine Learning Needs A Human-In-The-Loop >>

* Google’s Robots Are Learning How To Pick Things Up >>
* This Bionic Fingertip Lets Amputees Feel Rough and Smooth >>
* Why You Want Your Drone to Have Emotions >>

* Scientists Discover A New Kind Of Stem Cell >>
* Some Guy Figured Out How to Hack Into Any Facebook Profile >>
* Why Lockheed Martin Is Blasting The Orion Spaceship With 1,500 Speakers >>

* Lab-Grown Brain Balls Strengthen Zika’s Link to Microcephaly >>
* How 3D Printing Is Transforming the Way We Make Things >>
* “The Virus Planet” –Evolution of “Fossil” Viruses Identified as Far Back as 30 Million Years Ago >>

* Stretchable, flexible ‘meta-skin’ cloaks objects from radar at a range of frequencies >>
* Recycling Glass Bottles as Artificial Pumice Stone >>

* Does being in a bad mood affect your mental performance? >>
* The World’s First Silicon-Based Laser Will Light Up Computing >>
* Google renames its satellite startup, Skybox Imaging, to Terra Bella >>

* NEC uses sound echoes in your ear as biometric authentication >>
* HP puts laser printing on notice with proprietary ink in new office printers >>
* This Week’s TV: The ‘Sex-Drenched’ Biblical Drama We’ve All Been Waiting For >>

* Seagate Unveils Fastest Ever Solid-State Disk >>
* Skype Translator adds Arabic to its real-time translation tool >>
* Teens freak out at Windows 95: It looks dull and ancient >>

* Hands on with Hero, the pill-dispensing robot >>
* Google’s DeepMind AI will take on a Go champ tomorrow night >>
* 4chan founder Chris Poole will try to fix social at Google >>

* Why Reading Becomes Second Nature To The Human Brain >>
* BMW Reveals First Of Four Concept Cars To Show The Future Driving >>
* Remembering Raymond Tomlinson, the Father of Email >>

* This Brain Region Motivates Us To Violently Attack >>
* Pro Baseball Player Tech Avatars Could Be a Hit >>
* Facebook AI is playing with children’s blocks to learn physics >>

* Banned drug used by Sharapova staved off fatigue in animal tests >>
* Bionic fingertip gives amputee a feel for different textures >>
* Screening for Alzheimer’s Gene Tests the Desire to Know >>

* First U.S. Uterus Transplant a Success >>
* Amazon posts VR job on Glassdoor >>
* Animal selfies are way better than people selfies…see for yourself >>

* People who love chocolate are more likely to be clever >>
* Google AI takes on the world’s Go champion >>
* Add These Gorgeous Scifi Landscapes to Your Art Collection Right Now >>

* SAMSUNG GALAXY S7 REVIEW On the edge of perfection >>
* Two Pilots Say They Can Find MH370. All They Need Is $5 Million >>
* This New Sport Allows You To ‘Fly’ Underwater >>

* Everything Is Crumbling; Influential psychological theory, borne out in hundreds of experiments, may have just been debunked. How can so many have been wrong? >>
* Why Apple is thinking small for its next iPhone, iPad >>

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