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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 6 May 2016

* Smartwatch Turns Your Skin Into A Touchscreen >>
* Luxembourg Announces New Asteroid Mining Spacecraft: Prospector-x >>
* Drones Will Deliver On-demand Organs >>

* Microsoft Made a Smartphone That Reacts Before You Even Touch It >>
* Artificial Wombs Just Got One Step Closer to Reality >>
* A Self-powered Camera >>

* Siri’s creators say they’ve made something better that will take care of everything for you >>
* Meet the fridge that orders groceries and finds recipes >>
* Tesla’s ‘upgradable’ battery may change the way we buy cars >>

* How Deep Learning Networks Can Use Virtual Worlds To Solve Real World Problems >>
* Building and deploying large-scale machine learning applications >>

* Virtual reality helps paranoia patients face their fears >>
* Netflix and 4K HDR: Proof that data caps will stifle video innovation >>

* ‘Kidney On A Chip’ Could Lead To Precision Drug Dosing >>
* Single-Atom Sensor Offers New View of the Nanoscale >>

* This Drone Just Seeded A Rain Cloud In The Desert >>
* Mankind Doesn’t Stand a Chance Now That Robotic Cockroaches Have Started Cooperating >>
* A Robot’s Stitched Up a Pig Gut All By Itself >>

* Lyft Will Put Driverless Cars On The Road In 2017 >>
* Windows 10 Upgrades Will Cost $120 Starting July 30th, So Go Do It Now >>
* Elon Musk Worries That Babies Are Built More Efficiently Than Teslas >>

* Change this Netflix setting to use less data on mobile >>
* Google looks beyond Cardboard for the future of VR >>
* 3D-printing vending machines aim to customize your food >>

* Microsoft splashes out for IoT startup Solair >>
* Securifi’s Almond 3 connected-home router is now available for pre-order >>

* Time’s ‘Life VR’ will ‘showcase the world through virtual reality’ >>
* Deep Space Industries partners with Luxembourg to test asteroid mining technologies >>
* ‘Battlefield 5’ Announcement Coming Tomorrow >>

* Surgical robot could sew you up better than a doctor >>
* Virtual reality record set as man spends 25 hours in an HTC Vive >>
* 12 amazing projects from companies like Google, Facebook, and Microsoft that will truly change your world >>

* Why An Autonomous Robot Won’t Replace Your Surgeon Anytime Soon >>
* This Black Hole Is 660 Million Times As Massive As The Sun >>
* Systems of molecular origami devices and their uses for molecular computing, quorum sensing and programmable drug delivery >>

* Can Artificial Intelligence Create the Next Wonder Material? >>
* Can Tesla Build Enough Electric Cars? >>
* Dragonfly wings can track radiation doses after a nuclear mishap >>

* NASA takes us on a journey to the center of our galaxy >>
* New ‘Skinterface’ Could Make Smartwatches Suck Less >>

* Take an Uncanny Tour of the World’s Largest Prosthetics Fair >>
* The Best Data Visualizations of the Year Are Absolutely Incredible >>
* High-Tech Eavesdropping on the Ganges River Dolphin >>

* Elon Musk hired the designer of suits for Superman, Batman and Black Panther in movies to make real spacesuits >>
* Robot Roaches With Tiny Magnetic Winch Cooperate to Scale Steps >>
* Original Patent details on DNA Origami Molecular buckets which enables nanomedicine >>

* China’s Journey to the Far Side of the Moon –“Will It Lead to the 1st Radio Telescope Beyond Earth?” >>
* LIGO Discovery Honored! –“The Signal Opens the Window on the Dark Side of the Universe” >>
* The Universe Has Probably Hosted Many Alien Civilizations: Study >>

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