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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 7 August 2016

* MIT and DARPA Pack Lidar Sensor onto Single Chip >>
* This startup uses machine learning and satellite imagery to predict crop yields >>
* Asthma pill could reduce symptoms in severe sufferers >>

* Building a smarter robot with deep learning and new algorithms >>
* Busting the baby brain myth: Why motherhood makes minds sharper >>
* No, exercise does not wipe out previous memories >>

* The Washington Post will use robots to write stories about the Rio Olympics >>
* You Can Now Grow Human-Animal Hybrids, But You Can’t Breed ‘Em >>
* Netflix will drastically change in the next few years — here’s how >>

* Scientists are racing to freeze priceless records of Earth’s history before they all melt >>
* Hyperloop One is designing a high-speed way to travel underwater >>
* This drone looks and flies just like a bird >>

* DARPA’s Cyber Grand Challenge Is a Glimpse of Our Human-Free Future >>
* Implantable neural dust powered by ultrasound within a body >>
* Scientists In The Dark Over Years-long Dimming Of ‘alien Megastructure Star >>

* North Korea Aims To Place Its Flag On The Moon >>
* Past as Prelude — “Milky Way Collided With a Small Galaxy or Massive Dark Matter Structure 100 Million Years Ago” >>

* Sun’s Plasma ‘Rain’ Captured In High Detail By NASA Probe | Video >>
* NASA Captures Details of a Rocket Test With Its New Camera >>
* Major Overhaul Of Vab For Nasa’s Sls Mars Rocket Reaches Halfway Point With Platform Installation >>

* Unconventional laser generates terahertz waves that are five times stronger which will enable IED scanning from 100 feet away >>
* DARPA developing programmable, self healing building material >>
* Liquid metal enable dynamically reconfigurable soft circuits >>

* Rio Olympic Games Opening Ceremonies >>
* Video Friday: Drone With Lidar, Robot Tai Chi, and Strange Android >>
* Autonomous Security Bots Seek and Destroy Software Bugs in DARPA Cyber Grand Challenge >>

* China begins developing a spaceplane that is targeting operations by 2030 >>
* A Peek Inside Andy Rubin’s Playground >>
* Touchscreen Design with Computational Apps >>

* Another five quit trapped ion question Antrim computer >>
* Twisted Light Could Dramatically Boost Data Rates >>

* Former Ghibli Producer Details the Large Amount of Work That Goes Into Creating a Movie >>
* This Power Generator Runs On Saltwater >>

* This Robot Stick Makes Skateboards Go as Fast as a Car >>
* The So-Called Alien Megastructure Just Got Even More Mysterious >>
* A Flat Screen No More: Envelop For Windows Brings VR To Your Desktop >>

* Pokémon Go is now live in 15 more countries in Asia, but not India or China >>
* Darpa’s Cyber Grand Challenge Ends In Triumph >>
* A Lab-grown Diamond Ring, Mars Colonies In The Mojave, And More >>

* The first website went public 25 years ago >>
* Disney Research prints realistic, textured 3D models using thermoforming >>

* Mindshow turns you into a VR actor in your own production >>
* Yahoo’s New Anti-Abuse AI Outperforms Previous AI >>
* Google Cloud Now Allows Customer-Generated Encryption >>

* DJI Issues Software Update That Implements No-Fly Zones For Rio Olympics >>
* Too Bad You’ll Never Drive Nissan’s Razor-Like Electric Concept >>
* Can Aging Be Reversed by Getting Blood Transfusions from Young People? >>

* Watch a single neuron die from concussive impact >>
* Google’s self-driving car has another crash: A minor bump causes damage to the vehicle’s sensors >>
* Counting genetic mutations predicts how soon you’ll get cancer >>

* NASA’s 2020 Rover Will Carry Microphones to Mars >>
* Barco Escape takes Star Trek from the big screen to three big screens >>
* Google loses longtime self-driving car guru >>

* NBC’s Rio Olympics are in VR, but on a delay >>
* Apple Buys Turi Artificial Intelligence Start Up: ‘One Of Apple’s Biggest Steps Forward’ In AI >>
* NASA 2016 –Identifies Eight Potentially Hazardous Near-Earth Objects: “Major Impact Could Cause Evolutionary Change” >>

* Police 3D-printed a dead man’s finger to unlock his iPhone >>
* Researchers at Columbia University are developing ‘the espresso machine of 3D printers’ >>
* ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ – Images from TV’s New Voyage to the Final Frontier >>

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