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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 August 2016

* UK ultra-lightweight UAV Zephyr X can fly at 70,000 feet for up to 45 days at a time >>
* Hypersonic missile threat is focus of space and missile defense symposium >>
* A new ‘Einstein’ equation suggests wormholes hold the key to quantum gravity >>

* Intel Launches Silicon Photonics Chip with 100G tranceivers and preps Next-Gen Phi for machine learning >>
* Low-power Always-on Camera With Gesture Recognition >>
* Columbus’ smart city win may lead to autonomous trucks >>

* Gartner Hype Cycle For Emerging Technologies, 2016 Adds Blockchain & Machine Learning For First Time >>
* US Air Force wants to plasma bomb the skies to improve radio reception >>
* Intel Demos A New Robotics Controller Running Ubuntu >>

* From Printer to Plate: How Might 3D Food Printing Transform the Grocery Store? >>
* Why I Watch People Play Videogames on the Internet >>
* Why R&D Spending Is Not A Measure of Innovation >>

* Offshore wind farm a green-energy milestone >>
* Tokyo 2020: Everything we know about the next Olympic Games >>
* This Google Chrome extension weeds out politics from your Facebook >>

* The 37 highest-paying jobs in America >>
* Apple’s retail boss thinks Apple stores should be a social ‘gathering place’ >>
* How to ace a salary negotiation, in 15 steps >>

* Genetically modified insects may be the key to the US military’s new armor >>
* World’s Astronomers –“Our 21st Century Technology Too Primitive to Detect an Advanced Alien Civilization” >>

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