Archive for May 31, 2016

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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