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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 August 2016

* IBM’s Watson AI saved a woman from leukemia >>
* ‘Smart clothes’ of future will auction themselves on eBay if they are not worn >>

* Scientists might have identified the region of the brain that makes us stop eating >>
* The world’s first VR camera satellite launches next summer >>

* Sleep smarter with a pillow that streams music and gathers analytics >>
* Are We Reaching the End of World Records? >>
* T-1000 shape-shifting metal becomes a reality >>

* A robot that can sing by itself and other technology news >>
* Amazon plans to turn Alexa into a ‘Star Trek’ AI assistant: Firm has 10,000 partnership developers >>
* “Neural Dust” Could Enable a Fitbit for the Nervous System >>

* Scientists develop quick-destructing battery to power ‘transient’ devices >>
* Vortex laser offers hope for Moore’s Law >>
* Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence and 3D Printing Team Up for the Production of the World’s First AI-Engineered Car >>

* This Battery Will Self-Destruct in 30 Minutes >>
* Ultrasonic wireless ‘neural dust’ sensors monitor nerves, muscles in real time >>
* Your future home could have self-repairing abilities >>

* Google’s Demis Hassabis on using artificial intelligence on everything from climate change to aging. >>
* This tiny chip could be the future of robot vision >>
* No More Pills? Tiny Nerve-Zapping Implants to Fight Disease >>

* Kepler’s ‘Alien Megastructure’ Star Just Got Weirder >>
* In the Interstellar Danger Zone –“The Last Time Our Sun Was In This Exact Spot In Its 226-Million-Year Milky-Way Orbit, Dinosaurs Ruled Earth” >>
* IBM lab on a chip can sort 20 nanometer nanoparticles such as DNA, viruses and exos >>

* Innoviz takes $9M to put the squeeze on solid state Lidar >>
* Can “Cupping” Treatments Raise Anything but Welts for Phelps or Other Olympians? >>
* Autopilot to the rescue! Tesla’s self-driving feature may have saved a man’s LIFE by helping him get to hospital >>

* This Very Big Machine Picks Very Small Berries >>
* “Second Skin” Could Protect Troops From Chemical, Biological Agents >>
* Gadget Thirst Trap: A tattoo robot, a pen that creates 16 million colors, and a booze gadget >>

* North Korea aims to have a flag on the moon in 10 years >>
* You Could Roll on Land or the Seafloor in This Fanciful Concept Car >>
* Why We Shouldn’t Go to Mars: We Might Decimate the Martians >>

* 5 Future Visions to Fuel Your Imagination of What’s Possible >>
* Boeing Starts Assembly Of 1st Flightworthy Starliner Crew Taxi Vehicle At Kennedy Spaceport >>
* Io: Moon over Jupiter >>

* This Brilliant Lightning Show Is Perfectly Synced to a Rousing Soundtrack >>
* Learn to Solve a Rubik’s Cube in Less Than Two Minutes >>
* Scientists Discovered a New Type of Fire >>

* Tumors use local food shortage against T-cells >>
* Stunning map shows EVERY web-connected device on the planet >>
* This protein suggests learning protects brain >>

* Genetic switches for regenerating tissue are traced back 420 million years >>
* Why do we fall for false positives even though they’re common? >>

* The Scientific American Guide to Cheating in the Olympics >>
* Scientists invent a hi-tech vibrating glove that can bring cinema to life >>
* Nissan’s newest concept car is fully electric, fast, and futuristic >>

* Wilson’s smart football hits stores next month for $200 >>
* How Brazil is trying (and failing) to keep drones away from the Olympics >>
* Facebook is testing a new Wi-Fi service in India >>

* This VR gun uses haptic feedback to simulate real gunfire >>

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