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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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