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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 June 2016

* A planet 1,200 light-years away is a good prospect for a habitable world >>
* Researchers want robots to feel pain >>
* DARPA $6.4M contract supports malaria research aimed at enhancing resilience >>

* Diabetes discovery could lead to more effective drugs >>
* Samsung Continues to Work on a Foldable Galaxy Smartphone >>
* These Single-Person Spaceship Ideas by Students Are Just Wild >>

* How to Build a Moral Robot >>
* Do We Want Robot Warriors to Decide Who Lives or Dies? >>
* Can We Trust Robots? >>

* Would You Trust a Robot Surgeon to Operate on You? >>
* Can You Program Ethics Into a Self-Driving Car? >>
* See The Difference One Year Makes In Artificial Intelligence >>

* Crapbots: How Fake #AI and not-so-deep Learning Could Stunt the Bot Revolution >>
* How The Technology Executive Role Will Change By 2020 >>
* Will Batteries Ever Get Better? And What To Do Until Then? >>

* Intel Launches Its First 10-Core Desktop CPU With Broadwell-E >>
* Intel’s new 10-core Core i7 Extreme Edition costs a whopping $1,723 >>
* BBC’s $22 computer is now available to everyone >>

* How to Find Platinum on the Side of the Road >>
* Periscope introduces real-time comment moderation >>
* Intel sees connected car future in Itseez >>

* Navy Lasers, Railgun and Hypervelocity Projectile are each game changers but combined will be a revolution >>
* Spectacular Imagery Showcases Spacex >>
* Climate Change Is Real and This Chart Proves It >>

* “Alien Worlds of Endless Oceans” –Kepler Reveals Planets Unlike Anything in Our Solar System >>
* Alien Minds Part Ii: Do Aliens Think Big Brains Are Sexy Too? >>
* Bigelow Module Expanded On Space Station | Highlight Video >>

* NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Could Study Planet 9 >>
* When a Robot Books Your Airline Ticket >>
* The smart tampon that can give you a monthly checkup >>

* Dog Intelligence and What It Can Tell Us about Our Own Intelligence >>
* Blood Test Quickly Detects Tb In Cows >>
* Google plans to replace smartphone passwords with trust scores >>

* Russia is ready for its own Hyperloop: £8billion project >>
* Technology separates landing aircraft by time instead of distance cuts hold ups by 60% >>
* Microsoft starts venture fund targeting cloud, AI >>

* An exoplanet 1,200 light years away might be capable of sustaining life >>
* Volvo’s first self-driving car has a big edge over the competition — and it’s coming sooner than you think >>
* Airbus Unveils Thor, Their Fully 3D Printed Unmanned Test Aircraft >>

* Intel says its next generation of PC chips will arrive this year >>
* Xbox VR Rumours Continue to Mount as Official E3 Site Chips in >>
* HoloLens’ First Ever Update Provides ‘Much Needed Fixes’ >>

* The Defense Department Wants Your Ideas For A Military Space Plane >>
* Intel knows it’s no longer inside >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 May 2016

* Asus Zenbo is a ridiculous home robot for $599 >>
* Human Stentrode trials in 2017 could see commercial direct mind interfaces by 2022 >>
* DARPA seeks mathematical framework to characterize fundamental limits of machine learning >>

* The phones of 2017 will be all about VR >>
* Catch up with Computex 2016: Day one >>
* Watch Microsoft Accelerator’s Machine Learning Demo Day here >>

* Direct mind links will shave milliseconds off jet fighter control >>
* Kniterate Updates the Knitting Machine to Be an Easy-to-Use 3-D Printer for Fabric >>
* Galaxy Evolution Tracking Animation >>

* Smart Contact Lens-Eyeglass Combo Could Monitors Diabetes and Delivers Drugs >>
* 8 Great Philosophical Questions That We’ll Never Solve >>
* New Quantum ‘Cat State’ Can Be in Two Places at Once >>

* Are telecoms being overlooked in smart city deployments? >>
* How driverless cars will change car ownership forever >>
* ‘Firefox’-Styled Neuro-Avionics Are Likely Still Decades Away >>

* The kitchen of the future knows what’s in your fridge >>
* Big Data Sleuths Uncover Clues to the Roots of Depression >>
* Should We Fear Supersmart Robots? >>

* Is Intelligence Hereditary? >>
* Multi-LEDS, lasers hold promise of brighter headlights >>
* Google defeats Oracle in Java code copyright case >>

* How ‘robo recruiters’ could affect your job prospects >>
* This Bill Gates-backed veggie burger is the best one you can buy in a grocery store >>
* Tour the factory where Boeing is building the last of its legendary 747s >>

* Here’s how SpaceX plans to land on Mars in 2018 >>
* Stop telling people there’s a dot in your Gmail address — it doesn’t matter >>
* Researchers created a robotic hand that is eerily human-like and can learn on its own >>

* This technology could help feed the 9 billion people expected to populate the world by 2050 >>
* Wearable, tricorder-like device elevates health and fitness monitoring >>
* Using CRISPR To Learn How a Body Builds Itself >>

* Device eavesdrops on voices in your head: Mind-reaching machine could soon turn your secret thoughts into speech >>
* Research explains the role of the gene BRCA1 in DNA repair >>
* New Viagra PLASTER could work in just minutes – and last even longer than the little blue pill >>

* Russia wants to use ‘space taxis’ to send humans to the moon: Firm reveals plans for shuttle between ISS and lunar surface >>
* Nvidia chief downplays challenge from Google’s hyper-specialized AI chip >>
* This Edible Supercapacitor Could Transform Ingestible Electronics >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 May 2016

* On Its Second Try, NASA Adds Space to Station >>
* First-stage landing | Onboard camera >>
* Ray Kurzweil is building a chatbot for Google >>

* HP just officially made backpack VR computers a trend >>
* $10bn Oracle v Google copyright jury verdict: Google wins, Java APIs in Android are Fair Use >>
* ‘All glass’ iPhone on the way >>

* The sweep of the Internet of Things, garbage cans and all >>
* JumpRoACH Is a Robotic Bug That Leaps and Flips Just Like an Insect >>
* New Horizons’ Best Close-Up of Pluto’s Surface >>

* The Internet of Things and the next great era of hardware >>
* Planetary Resources Raises $21.1 Million In Funding and Unveils Advanced Earth Observation System >>
* Military Analysts concerned about the lost of the US conventional military technology advantages >>

* Cell-phone-radiation study finds associated brain and heart tumors in rodents >>
* Video Friday: Swarming UAVs, Perching RoboBees, and Skydiving Kamigamis >>
* Blue Origin Will Shoot Itself In The Foot On Purpose >>

* Space beamed energy bootstrapping video >>
* Keith Henson on Space Based Power satellites that can replace coal for electricity and oil at $40 per barrel >>
* Controversial software claims to tell personality from your face >>

* Deep learning applied to drug discovery and repurposing >>
* Infrared Technology on the Cheap With Nanostructured Gratings >>
* Start Shipyards with drawingless plans could lower costs by 15% for third aircraft carrier >>

* Toyota Is Buying Up Robotics Companies. Could Boston Dynamics Be Next? >>
* WHO Rejects Call To Move Olympics Despite Zika, Other Factors >>
* Here’s How IndyCar Aerodynamics Have Changed In The Last 100 Years >>

* Check Out These Three New International Trailers for Finding Dory >>
* Darpa Urgently Wants A Space Plane It Can Fly Day After Day >>
* Someone Built a Real-Life Mechanical Version of Pong Complete With a Square Ball >>

* Robot Roach Can Jump Up To Five Feet High >>
* The World’s Biggest Ever Math Proof Is a Whopping 200TB >>
* Technological innovation is often simply an innovation in how we think about technology >>

* Superbugs Could Usher in a Frightening, Post-Antibiotic World >>
* 360-degree camera maker Jeffrey Martin talks about what it takes to film for VR >>
* Harvard Scientist Engineers Superbug That Inhales CO2, Produces Energy >>

* Steven Spielberg Is Wrong About Virtual Reality >>
* 7 can’t-miss apps: MuseCam, Summit, Yammo and more >>
* Your wearable alcohol monitor is worried about you >>

* North Sense implant turns you into a human compass >>
* Wearable ‘backpack PCs’ let you experience high-end VR on the go >>
* Is this pen your next 3D printer? >>

* Future of Work: We’ll Work More (But Be Happier About It?) >>
* Why Does E=mc^2? >>
* Intel buys computer vision startup Itseez to improve navigation in self-driving cars >>

* War Is Our Most Urgent Problem; Let’s Solve It >>
* How Might Cell Phone Signals Cause Cancer? >>
* Why Siri Won’t Listen to Millions of People with Disabilities >>

* An Internet Cable Will Soon Cross the Arctic Circle >>
* Tech to prevent distracted driving >>
* Your home speaker could be listening to you >>

* The Real Problem With Fusion Energy >>
* Can Apple still win in the AI era? – >>
* Long-Dreaded Superbug Found in Human and Animal in U.S. >>

* DARPA Requests Designs for XS-1 Military Space Plane >>
* Genetic engineering of humans has great potential, says Nobel winner >>

* Bigelow Expandable space station module has been expanded at the Space Station >>
* Watch an amazing onboard video of SpaceX’s most recent rocket landing >>
* SpaceX’s third sea landing in a row and fourth successfully returned rocket. >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 May 2016

* NASA Hits Snag While Inflating Space Station’s New BEAM Habitat >>
* The Dark ‘Fifth Force’ of the Universe –“It’s Totally Beyond Anything We Understand” >>
* Scientists have a new theory on what makes up dark matter >>

* Vulcan-1! Students Successfully Launch Rocket With Fully 3D Printed Engine >>
* Carnegie Mellon University Research Finds Flaws in 3D Printed Titanium >>

* German boffins smash records with 37km wireless spurt at 6Gbp >>
* The First Flexible Screen Might Come From An Unknown Company >>
* It’s official: We now get most of our news from social media >>

* Machine Learning’s Next Trick Will Transform How Research Is Done >>
* Why Education Does Not Fix Poverty >>
* Bilayer Graphene Quantum Tunneling transistors are ultralow power and could achieve 100 gigahertz operations >>

* Finding the Perfect Blend of Full and Half Duplex for Future Cell Phone Networks >>
* Tesla Reveals Its Crowdsourced Autopilot Data >>
* A Simple Software Update Lets Any Smartphone Detect Squeezes and Forceful Touches >>

* Africa Faces Hotter Future >>
* See-through brains reveal memory pathways for pleasure and fear >>
* Whatever Happened to Advanced Biofuels? >>

* The future of Microsoft and Nokia >>
* Since 2014, 60K Chinese workers have been replaced by robots at Foxconn >>

* NASA’s New Inflatable Space House Failed and Nobody Knows Why >>
* A New Algorithm Could Help Warn Of Incoming Tsunamis >>
* You Can Absolutely Be Identified Just By How You Drive >>

* This Is How Hot The Arctic Is Right Now >>
* Is Technology Out to Get Us? (Or Out to Save Us?) >>
* Microsoft and Facebook building giant cable across the Atlantic: 4,100-mile-long >>

* The future of warfare is coming, and it’s bringing lasers >>
* How to build an air conditioner in under 15 minutes >>
* Lasers Could Blast Astronauts to Mars, Protect Earth from Asteroids >>

* This 344-square-foot apartment in China can transform into 24 different rooms >>
* Where does intelligence come from? >>
* Google could replace some passwords with a ‘trust score” by the end of the year >>

* Common Infections Might Be Causing Alzheimer’s Disease >>
* The Time To Nuke Mars Is Now >>
* Why Do Tiny Fruit Flies Have Giant Sperm? >>

* Could A Road-Straddling Bus Really Ease Future Traffic Jams? >>
* ‘Black box’ no more: This system can spot the bias in those algorithms >>
* Smart thermostat market dials up the heat >>

* ISS experiment will investigate how pills dissolve in space >>
* MIT exploited heat to make the most efficient solar cell yet >>
* The Pirate Bay Sails Back To Its .ORG Domain >>

* Planet Eight Times Size of Jupiter Discovered Orbiting a Young Star –“Nixes Accepted Theory” >>
* The Black Hole Enigma –“Spacetime Physics Peer Beyond the Event Horizon” >>
* Watch SpaceX Launch a Rocket, and Try One of Its Trickiest Ocean Landings Yet >>

* How the Internet works: Submarine fibre, brains in jars, and coaxial cables >>
* Elevated Buses That Ride Right Over Traffic Might Be The Future Of Mass Transit >>
* Microsoft won PC but lost mobile, what now? >>

* A new theory is close to solving one of the greatest mysteries of how life began on Earth >>
* Tesla Model X Beats A Supercar In A Race… While Towing A 4,000 Pound Trailer >>
* Apple is Playing The Long Game With VR – And It May Work >>

* WorldViz Laughs Off Room-Scale VR, Introduces ‘Warehouse-Scale’ for Unreal & Unity >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 May 2016

* Smaller Xbox One Coming This Year, More Powerful Xbox One In 2017 >>
* Moogfest 2016: Day 2 >>
* First flexible smartphone may be released in China this year, but it’ll cost >>

* Researchers Teaching Robots to Feel and React to Pain >>
* Carbon Nanotubes Reveal Cancer Deep Inside Tissue >>
* Inside The X-ray Laser That Can Recreate A Star’s Core >>

* Microsoft reportedly seeking Xbox deal with Oculus >>
* Airbus Files Patent for 3D Printing Process That Could Print Entire Super-Strong Airplanes >>
* Scientists block breast cancer cells hiding in bones of mice, prompting hope for human trials >>

* Samsung Showcases 4K UHD Display For VR >>
* Chornobyl360 Is Proof VR Will Change The Way We Remember History >>
* MIT Has Invented A Shapeshifting Block Interface That Imitates Water >>

* Has a Hungarian Physics Lab Found a Fifth Force of Nature? >>
* Alzheimer’s may be caused by brain’s sticky defence against bugs >>
* Tiny Stunt Cars Test Limits Of Self-driving Vehicles >>

* Adidas to make shoes in Germany again – using robots >>
* Researchers microwave a graphene composite to toughen wellbore oil and gas well walls >>
* pCell being trialed by Nokia and VenueNext at large traffic indoor venues like stadiums >>

* World’s Largest Telescope Now Has a Construction Contract >>
* Extremely Large Telescope Could Unlock Secrets Of Alien Planets – How It Works | Video >>

* James Webb Science Gear Installed- Will Detect Solar Systems Capable of Supporting Life >>
* Breakthrough Starshot: ‘Challenges’ Forum Opens >>

* Lasers Could Blast Astronauts to Mars, Protect Earth from Asteroids >>
* Mars Makes Closest Approach to Earth in 11 Years on May 30 >>
* Chilling Effects Watch: Oracle v. Google >>

* Samsung and SK Telecom to build LoRaWAN Network Dedicated to Internet of Things >>
* China Will Test A ‘straddle Bus’ That Drives Over Cars >>
* How Northrup’s B-2 Bomber Stays Invisible On Radar >>

* Hydraulic Press Versus Nearly Invincible Glass Teardrops >>
* New Solar Cell Turns Light Into Heat to Potentially Double Efficiency >>
* Give Your Smartphone a Kitchen Apron, Too >>

* Mark Zuckerberg’s Net Worth Soars $18 Billion In A Year >>
* Magic Leap partners with messaging startup Twilio >>
* Why Artificial Intelligence Will Change Our World And Why It Needs To Be Purposeful >>

* The reality of augmented and virtual reality venture capital >>
* Artificial Intelligence Is Far From Matching Humans, Panel Says >>
* Could Alzheimer’s Stem From Infections? It Makes Sense, Experts Say >>

* Google opening self-driving car facility near Detroit >>
* Microsoft to slash up to 1,850 jobs >>
* Report: AT&T made bid for Yahoo assets >>

* Uber and Toyota Announce Partnership >>
* Alzheimer’s cure never been developed because disease misunderstoodfor 30 years, study >>
* ‘Mere humans’ could tackle big health problems with the help of this supercomputer >>

* 13, right now; This is what it’s like to grow up in the age of likes, lols and longing >>
* Report: Microsoft Considering Xbox That Can Run The Oculus Rift >>
* Technology is changing how we live, but it needs to change how we work >>

* The yachts of America’s Cup are faster and weirder than ever >>
* Watch first expandable habitat inflate on International Space Station tomorrow >>
* Mossberg: Can Apple win the next tech war? >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 May 2016

* Full scale Straddle bus has been built and tests in July >>
* An AI Wrote This Short Film—and It’s Surprisingly Entertaining >>
* The Hyperloop Is One Step Closer to a Full Scale Test Later This Year >>

* Donated organs kept ‘alive’ may ease the transplant shortage >>
* Google plans to bring password-free logins to Android apps by year-end >>
* Solar and Wind Energy From the Same Device >>

* Netflix Will Soon Be the Only Place to Find Disney, Marvel, Lucasfilm, and Pixar Movies >>
* New A.I. Analyzes Facial Structure To See Who’s A Terrorist >>
* Next Spacex Launch Will Pave The Way For First Crewed Private Spaceflights >>

* World’s first 3D-printed office opens in Dubai >>
* AI ‘doctors’ will diagnose your X-rays >>
* Pepper the robot gets a job at Pizza Hut >>

* Latest ‘BigScreen’ Update Adds Vive Controllers, Offline Mode, and More >>
* Apple is reportedly building a Siri speaker to rival Amazon’s Echo >>

* Alien Life? Radiation May Erase Mars, Europa Fossils >>
* How Big Are Those Killer Asteroids? A Critic Says NASA Doesn’t Know. >>
* Spectroscopic system with chip-scale lasers cuts explosive detection time from minutes to microseconds >>

* Autonomous Vehicles Traveling in Convoys Will Run Into This Inevitable Tradeoff >>
* A Tiny Robot That Can Fly and, Amazingly, Rest >>
* Facebook just bought VR audio company Two Big Ears and is making their tech free to developers >>

* 1st Kid-Built Mini Satellite Launches from Space Station (Video) >>
* How I Designed a Practical Electric Plane for NASA >>
* “We Live in an Unstable Universe” –Physicists Open Door to Deepest Mysteries of the Cosmos >>

* Australia and DARPA making separate advances in vastly lower cost night vision technology >>
* Atlanta, Seattle, and Chicago are Desperate for Software Engineers, says Job Search Firm >>
* 13,000 People Watched This Car Get A Parking Ticket Via Livestream >>

* Robots learn to cut through clutter >>
* ORNL laser method could dramatically reduce cost of carbon fiber polymer composites for lightweight and more energy efficient cars >>
* You Don’t Actually Own Your Data and Devices >>

* MacBook Pros Will Reportedly Get an OLED Touchscreen Above the Keyboard >>
* U.S. Lawmakers Want To Kill Nasa’s Mission To Send Astronauts To An Asteroid >>
* Pebble’s New Smartwatches Have a Fitness Obsession >>

* It Takes Just Four Minutes To Explain the Entire Universe >>
* First F-35s Arrive In Netherlands >>
* Researchers Try To Preemptively Imagine The Worst Things A.I. Could Do >>

* ChargePoint raises $50 million to charge more cars >>
* Do we really want to DIY our home automation? >>
* Things Have Gotten Much Worse Since An Inconvenient Truth >>

* 10 things you may have missed at Google I/O >>
* Microsoft tries its hand at a news bot with Rowe >>
* ‘Rocket League’ gets cross-network play for Xbox One and PC >>

* Vuze VR camera aims to give you high-end 360 video for only $800 >>
* UK court using VR to transport jurors to the scene of the crime >>
* Volkswagen pours $300 million into Gett’s ride hailing service >>

* Forget flying or driving, this bus lets you sleep from San Francisco to LA for $48 >>
* Miniature IoT sensor has five little superpowers >>
* Why AI is finally going mainstream >>

* Windows hardware demands are going up for first time in seven years >>
* Too Bad We Didn’t Find Aliens Before the Internet Was Invented >>
* Scientists discover a method for healing certain solar cells with intense light >>

* Hyperloop has Vibranium now, too >>
* NuTonomy raises $16M to make self-driving taxis a reality by 2018 >>
* Archaeologists Draft Ancient Chinese Beer Recipe >>

* Facebook auto-translates 200 million lines of text every day >>
* DuckieTV Tracks Your Favorite Shows, Automatically Downloads New Episodes >>
* Facebook Live video replays will highlight the best moments >>

* ZModo’s Pivot gives you 24/7 monitoring on the cheap >>
* Facebook enables Continuous Live Video to power puppycams and more >>
* Did Our Helpless Babies Make Humans So Smart? >>

* SpaceX is about to attempt another extremely difficult landing >>
* Google plans to eliminate passwords from Android >>
* NASA built a robot that looks like Iron Man — and it could one day help build colonies on Mars >>

* This Machine Spits Out Pills In A Whole New Way >>
* Balloon-in-a-Pill May Be New Weight-Loss Tool >>
* 360fly VR Camera Gets 4K Upgrade And Retail Release >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 May 2016

* Moviegoers Reveal Emotions In The Air They Breathe >>
* Google plans to bring password-free logins to Android apps by year-end >>
* Who comes up with a $700 Wi-Fi-connected juicer? >>

* Cranky young sun could have kickstarted life on Earth >>
* Checklist of worst-case scenarios could help prepare for evil AI >>
* Plant-Based, the Beyond Burger Aims to Stand Sturdy Among Meat >>

* Microsoft wants you to share your 3D printer over your network >>
* Toyota is bringing back Dean Kamen’s stair-climbing wheelchair >>
* This robot suitcase will follow you (almost) anywhere >>

* Indian-led team of doctors develops technology to monitor cancer treatment >>
* Tooth loss linked to cognitive impairment, dementia >>
* Milky Way has 58 billion red dwarf stars, study finds >>

* New blood test diagnoses Alzheimer’s at initial stage >>
* New immune mechanism to protect from cancer identified >>
* Egypt is using a robot submarine to help search for debris from the crashed EgyptAir flight >>

* Solid state RF technology enables cheap and portable battery and solar powered microwave >>
* Who knew a rock-sorting robot could be so mesmerizing? >>
* The Oracle-Google Case Will Decide the Future of Software >>

* Carnigie Mellon will host its first Neurohackathon to solve human brain research goals >>
* Will China’s Super Collider Reveal Unknowns of the Universe? >>
* Brewing Life On Earth – Violent Sun, Weak Shielding May Have Contributed >>

* Ancient Solar Superflare Suggests Risks for Mars Missions >>
* India’s 1st Mini ‘Space Shuttle’ Test Launch in Pictures >>
* Transparent and flexible high-performance supercapacitors based on single-walled carbon nanotube films >>

* Why China’s Wind Energy Underperforms >>
* Inside a Daya Bay Antineutrino Detector >>
* Review: See the Future Through Microsoft’s HoloLens Augmented-Reality Glasses >>

* Gene helps prevent heart attack, stroke; may also block effects of aging >>
* What Would Happen If All The Fuel On Earth Were Burned? >>
* Space Station Inflatable Habitat Will Get Blown Up On Thursday >>

* Astronomers Might Have Just Solved a Key Mystery About the Origin of Life >>
* india just launched a mini-space shuttle >>

* A Virtual Walk On The Martian Surface >>
* The world’s first 3D-printed motorcycle will cost you €50,000 >>

* Science Creates Wine That Doesn’t Need Grapes. Thousands Cheer. >>
* Facebook Live lets you skip to the good part >>
* What Makes Some Forms Of Cancer Inoperable? >>

* The Strongest Gravitational Show In The Universe >>
* Cat treats and the secret to livestreaming success >>
* ‘Smart shoes’ replace maps >>

* Graphene De-icer Adds A Skill For Milder Weather >>
* This New Method Generates Truly Random Numbers >>

* Second ‘Star Trek: Beyond’ Trailer Reveals Starship Enterprise In Peril >>
* The Aliens Are Back in a Huge New Trailer for Independence Day: Resurgence >>
* Someone Recreated A ‘Star Wars’ Chase Scene With Drones And It Is So Cool >>

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